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21; in effect, solution is sucked towards the electrode and then ﬂung outwards. The general mass transport equation for this form of electrode, in the absence of homogeneous chemical kinetics, is given by (73), Ѩ2 [A] Ѩ2 [A] 1 Ѩ[A] 1 Ѩ2 [A] Ѩ[A] ϩ 2 ϩ ϩ ϭD r Ѩ2 r Ѩr Ѩz2 Ѩr2 Ѩt ΄ ΄ Ϫ vr Ѩ[A] v Ѩ[A] Ѩ[A] ϩ ϩ vz r Ѩ Ѩr Ѩz ΅ ΅ (73) MODERN VOLTAMMETRY 47 Fig. 20 Schematic representation of a rotating-disc electrode. where r, z and are cylindrical polar coordinates (see Fig. 20), and vr, vz and v are the respective components of the solution velocity.
At moderate scan rates the C step is outrun, but the E step is now reversible. This would be described as an electrochemically reversible process. • At slow scan rates, the E step remains reversible and the C step is irreversible. This would be termed as an electrochemically reversible and chemically irreversible process. • At very slow scan rates the E and C steps are now reversible. This would be described as an electrochemically and chemically reversible process. Some authors would deﬁne the above processes as Ei, Er, ErCi and ErCr respectively (Bard and Faulkner, 1980).
28 (a) Electrode (b) Fig. 13(a) Potential–time proﬁle for a typical CV experiment, (b) coordinate system for a cyclic voltammetric experiment. These equations assume that the initial scan direction is positive as normally will be the case when studying an oxidation process. In (28) and (29) it is also assumed that the scan rate is the same in both the initial and reverse sweep directions which need not always be the case (the scan rate may be increased in the reverse scan in order to outrun homogeneous chemical steps associated with species formed by heterogeneous electron transfer in the forward scan).
Advances in Heterocycling Chemistry. Vol. 32 by Donald Bethell