Electrochemistry provides very interesting and versatile means for the study of chemical reactions. Recently, the terms molecular electrochemistry have been used for that part of electrochemistry that studies the mechanistic events at or near an electrode on a molecular level. The main goal of the electrochemical studies is the elucidation of the sequence of electron transfer and chemical reactions that occur near the electrode surface and their applications to electrosynthesis of organic compounds. Among many electrochemical techniques presented for the study of chemical reactions, cyclic voltammetry has become a very popular technique for initial electrochemical studies of new systems, and has proven as very useful tool in obtaining information about fairly complicated electrode reactions. Cyclic voltammograms are frequently and routinely used today to define the redox properties of newly synthesized organic compounds, based the viewpoint of green chemistry. There fore this book is very important for the synthesis of electroorganic compounds with EC mechanism.