Publication detail

Liquid/liquid Electrochemistry in Electroanalysis: Fundamentals Revisited

VANÝSEK, P. NOVÁK, V.

Original Title

Liquid/liquid Electrochemistry in Electroanalysis: Fundamentals Revisited

English Title

Liquid/liquid Electrochemistry in Electroanalysis: Fundamentals Revisited

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The interface between two polarized liquids has applications in electroanalytical chemistry as a practical transducer arrangement. With the same importance, such an interface is studied with great interest by theoretical chemists and physicists to garner information about the fine structure of such interface. In our work we touch both of these aspects. In order to correlate the x-ray experimental work we determined Gibbs energies of transport for one supporting electrolyte and present a systematic method for determination of such parameters.

English abstract

The interface between two polarized liquids has applications in electroanalytical chemistry as a practical transducer arrangement. With the same importance, such an interface is studied with great interest by theoretical chemists and physicists to garner information about the fine structure of such interface. In our work we touch both of these aspects. In order to correlate the x-ray experimental work we determined Gibbs energies of transport for one supporting electrolyte and present a systematic method for determination of such parameters.

Keywords

Liquid/liquid interface, electrochemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, Gibbs energies

RIV year

2009

Released

16.06.2009

Location

USA

ISBN

1938-5862

Periodical

ECS Transactions

Year of study

2009 (19)

Number

6

State

US

Pages from

55

Pages to

63

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT49424,
  author="Petr {Vanýsek} and Vítězslav {Novák}",
  title="Liquid/liquid Electrochemistry in Electroanalysis: Fundamentals Revisited",
  annote="The interface between two polarized liquids has applications in electroanalytical chemistry as a practical transducer arrangement. With the same importance, such an interface is studied with great interest by theoretical chemists and physicists to garner information about the fine structure of such interface. In our work we touch both of these aspects. In order to correlate the x-ray experimental work we determined Gibbs energies of transport for one supporting electrolyte and present a systematic method for determination of such parameters.",
  chapter="49424",
  number="6",
  volume="2009 (19)",
  year="2009",
  month="june",
  pages="55--63",
  type="journal article - other"
}