The stripping voltammetry of hemispherical deposits under electrochemically irreversible conditions:a comparison of the stripping voltammetry of bismuth on boron-doped diamond and Au(111) electrodes

Jones, Sarah E. Ward and Toghill, Kathryn E. and Zheng, Susan H. and Morin, Sylvie and Compton, Richard G. (2009) The stripping voltammetry of hemispherical deposits under electrochemically irreversible conditions:a comparison of the stripping voltammetry of bismuth on boron-doped diamond and Au(111) electrodes. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113 (7). pp. 2846-2854. ISSN 1932-7447

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Abstract

A study of the stripping voltammetry of hemispherical deposits under electrochemically irreversible conditions is presented. Experiments show a difference in the stripping voltammetry of bismuth from a single crystal Au(111) electrode where the bismuth covers the surface in relatively flat film and a boron-doped diamond (BDD) electrode where the hemispherical deposits are seen on the surface. It is shown using mathematical modeling and numerical simulation that this difference cannot be accounted for by simply considering the different distributions of bismuth on the electrode surfaces. Rather, it is concluded that the difference in voltammetry is mainly due to the morphology/orientation of the deposits formed leading to differences in the kinetics and thermodynamics of the stripping process.

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Journal Article
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The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
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71767
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14 Nov 2014 09:20
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