Characterization of the Surface Electrode Reaction in the Presence of Uniform Interaction: The Case of Mo(VI) Reduction in the Presence of Phenanthroline and an Excess of Fulvic Acids - Université de Bretagne Occidentale Access content directly
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Characterization of the Surface Electrode Reaction in the Presence of Uniform Interaction: The Case of Mo(VI) Reduction in the Presence of Phenanthroline and an Excess of Fulvic Acids

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Surface electrode reactions involving lateral uniform interactions between adsorbed species is studied by means of square-wave voltammetry (SWV). Interactions are represented by the interaction product aθ, were a is the Frumkin interaction parameter (a is positive for attraction and negative for repulsion forces) and θ is the surface coverage. The properties of the SW voltammetric response enable detection of interactions and recognition of the type of interaction forces by a simple procedure. The influence of the interactions on the apparent electrochemical reversibility of the surface electrode reaction is studied in detail. Utilizing "quasireversible maximum" the simple methodology for estimation of the standard redox rate constant without knowing the exact value of the interaction product aθ is developed. Theoretical predictions are illustrated and confirmed by experiments with Mo(VI) in the presence of phenantroline and an excess of fulvic acids.

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hal-01763902 , version 1 (11-04-2018)

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François Quentel, V. Mirčeski. Characterization of the Surface Electrode Reaction in the Presence of Uniform Interaction: The Case of Mo(VI) Reduction in the Presence of Phenanthroline and an Excess of Fulvic Acids. Electroanalysis, 2003, 15 (22), pp.1787-1794. ⟨10.1002/elan.200302758⟩. ⟨hal-01763902⟩
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