Double Layer Structure and Electrode Kinetics.
Final rept. 15 May 76-30 Sep 80,
GEORGETOWN UNIV WASHINGTON D C DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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The modular systems formalism for the description of the admittance of electrode kinetics was applied to membranes, especially to the cases in which membrane-soluble ions cross the membrane, or where ion transport is facilitated by cation carriers, or proton transport by weak acids. The expressions include the effects of the ionic displacement current, which was studied separately in greater detail. Two manuscripts surveyed double layer effects on membranes and at electrodes, while an extensive review discussed the mathematical modeling of ion transport through membranes. Some problems were treated which occur in the application of admittance measurements to a fixed or rotating disk electrode. Author
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