Статья
2022

Modelling Electrocatalytic Reactions on Rotating Disk Electrodes


 Milivoj Lovrić Milivoj Lovrić
Российский электрохимический журнал
https://doi.org/10.1134/S1023193522030077
Abstract / Full Text

Kinetic currents caused by the interaction of dissolved catalyst and substrate are calculated. Sigmoidal dependence of currents on the bulk concentration of catalyst can be tested and the rate constant of redox reaction can be calculated by the proposed method. The applicability limits are discussed.

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  • 10090, Zagreb, Croatia

    Milivoj Lovrić

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