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Gosser D.K. — Cyclic Voltammetry: Simulation and Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms
Gosser D.K. — Cyclic Voltammetry: Simulation and Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms

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Название: Cyclic Voltammetry: Simulation and Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms

Автор: Gosser D.K.


Cyclic Voltammetry is the only book solely devoted to its subject and containing a data analysis project written by the author. Beginning with the fundamentals of cyclic voltammetry from both an experimental and theoretical point of view, the author focuses on the applications in data interpretation with emphasis on chemical reactions and electrode reduction potentials. The PC compatible computer program that accompanies the book provides the experimentalists with a simulation-based approach for the analysis of cyclic voltammograms. A survey format is utilized to discuss the use of CV for the study of reaction mechanisms in diverse branches of chemistry. The author then presents the method of simulation by explicit finite differences, the most commonly employed numerical method of CV analysis. The CVSIM program, written by the author and used in several countries, simulates cyclic voltammetric experiments. It is explained along with DSTEP, a general program for the simulation of double potential step experiments. Next the author describes CVFIT to find the least squares best fit between experimental and simulated cyclic voltammograms. Chemists of all types as well as academic and industrial researchers and graduate level students are certain to find cyclic voltammetry a useful, valuable and long overdue addition to the field.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1993

Количество страниц: 154

Добавлена в каталог: 28.04.2006

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Absolute energy scale      2
Acceptor number      32
Adsorption      43 97—99
Artemisinin      99—102
Benzoquinone reduction      7—10 11—12 79—80
Boiling point      32t
Born model of solvation      9—11
Capacitive current      57—59
Capacitive current in double step experiments      63
Capacitive current, simulation of      116—117
Catalysis of artemisinin reduction      100—102
Catalysis of glucose oxidase oxidation      87—88
Catalysis, Current follower      65—66
Catalysis, electron transfer chain      80—84
Catalysis, homogeneous redox      85—89
dielectric constant      18 32t 73
Diffusion      51—53
Diffusion, simulation of      105—108
Diffusion, visualization of      55
Dimensionless units      109—110
Donor number      32 73
Double layer      22—23
Electrochemical cell      5 28 30—31
Electrochemical cell, equivalent circuit for      56
Electrodes, luggin cappillary      30—31
Electrodes, reference      34—35 66—67
Electrodes, silver amalgam      33
Electrodes, working      33—34 66—67
Electrolytes      33
Electron transfer, Butler — Volmer equation      14 45 109
Electron transfer, free energy relationship, for      19—21
Electron transfer, inner sphere      16—17 19—21
Electron transfer, Marcus theory      17—19
Electron transfer, multielectron transfer      75—77 127.
Electron transfer, outer sphere      16—17
Entropy of reduction      11
Faradaic current      20
Fermi level energy      1—3 67
Ferricyanide reduction      1
Ferricyanide reduction, cyclic voltammetry      30
Ferricyanide reduction, simulation      126 128
Fick's law      51—52 105—107
Formal potential      7
Graphics      125
Heterogeneous rate constant      12 14 45 46
Hydrogen reference      3—4
Inner sphere complex      16 19 74 101—102
IR drop      56—57
IR drop, simulation of      116—117
Koopman's theorem      9
Linear free energy relationship      12—15
Mean square diffusion      38
Melting point      32t
Methylcobalamin reduction      30 47 139—146
Methylcobalamin reduction, simulation      126 129
Microelectrodes      59
Microelectrodes, used to determine electron number      59—69
Nernst equation      3—4 45
Nitric oxide      92—94
Nitrobenzoic acid      90—92
Nitrogen dioxide      72—75
Nitrogen dioxide, simulation      126—127 130—131
Operational amplifiers      64—66
Peak current, reversible one electron transfer      43 44
Peak current, shifted ratio      43
Peak potential, Reversible one electron transfer      42 44
Potential of zero charge      22 24
Potential step chronoamperometry      61—63
Potential step chronoamperometry of methylcobalamin      140—141
Potential step chronoamperometry of nitrogen dioxide      72—73
Potential, electrical      3 5
Potential, electrode      3—5 6—7 27
Potential, window      32 35
Potentiostat      64—68
Protonations      77—80 133
Reduction potential      1—6
Reduction potential for $E_{q}C$ mechanism      139—146
Reduction potential for $E_{r}$ mechanism      43
Reduction potential for $E_{r}C$ mechanism      49
Reversibility      36 45—46 49—50 144—145
Scan rate      28
Scan rate and diffusion      51—52
Solvation      2 8 9—11
Solvatochromatic      321
Solvents      31—32
Solvents, properties      32t
Tempo oxidation      10
Transfer coefficient      14—16 47 145—146
Tricarbonyl(mesitylene)tungsten oxidation      95—97
Voltage amplifier      65—66
Voltage follower      65
work function      1
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