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· Diffusion equation mass transport fuel cell reactions (2) Oxidation or reduction of species in the bulk measurement Al-wire as reference electrode (separate compartment) Sweep rate (or scan rate) v =100 mV s-1 Two reduction steps separated by 0.5 V.

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· Where A is the electrode surface area (cm2) obtained using geometrical measurements D is the diffusion coefficient (cm2/s) C is the concentration of the electroactive species in the bulk solution (mol/cm3) and V is the scan rate (v) (Muya C.T 2015). Therefore ip is proportional to C and proportional to V1/2. If A is known

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· The cell membrane has a thickness of 10 nm. Describe what happens to the rate of diffusion of oxygen into the cell if the thickness changes to 20 nm. Reveal answer

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· Where A is the electrode surface area (cm2) obtained using geometrical measurements D is the diffusion coefficient (cm2/s) C is the concentration of the electroactive species in the bulk solution (mol/cm3) and V is the scan rate (v) (Muya C.T 2015). Therefore ip is proportional to C and proportional to V1/2. If A is known

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· More the surface area to volume ratio more is the diffusion. Surface area to volume ratio in simple means the size of surface area to the volume of substance that can pass through it at a particular time. Amoeba and some bacterias are flat and have large surface area to volume ratio. So the diffusion rate is very high due to large surface area.

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· Diffusion equation mass transport fuel cell reactions (2) Oxidation or reduction of species in the bulk measurement Al-wire as reference electrode (separate compartment) Sweep rate (or scan rate) v =100 mV s-1 Two reduction steps separated by 0.5 V.

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· More the surface area to volume ratio more is the diffusion. Surface area to volume ratio in simple means the size of surface area to the volume of substance that can pass through it at a particular time. Amoeba and some bacterias are flat and have large surface area to volume ratio. So the diffusion rate is very high due to large surface area.

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· The high single-particle C-rates of up to 23C observed at a 6C cell-level rate (Fig. 4b c) require very high lithium diffusion coefficients.

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· In the electrode kinetics section we have seen that the rate of reaction can be influenced by the cell potential difference. However the rate of transport to the surface can also effect or even dominate the overall reaction rate and in this section we look at the different forms of mass transport that can influence electrolysis reactions.

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· In the electrode kinetics section we have seen that the rate of reaction can be influenced by the cell potential difference. However the rate of transport to the surface can also effect or even dominate the overall reaction rate and in this section we look at the different forms of mass transport that can influence electrolysis reactions.

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· A is surface area of the working electrode (cm 2) D is diffusion coefficient of the analyte (cm 2 /s) is the angular rotation rate of the electrode (rad/s) ν is the kinematic viscosity (cm 2 /s) C is concentration of the analyte (mol/cm 3) Nernst Equation E is cell potential at the temperature of interest E o is the standard cell potential

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· The cell membrane has a thickness of 10 nm. Describe what happens to the rate of diffusion of oxygen into the cell if the thickness changes to 20 nm. Reveal answer

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· Diffusion equation mass transport fuel cell reactions (2) Oxidation or reduction of species in the bulk measurement Al-wire as reference electrode (separate compartment) Sweep rate (or scan rate) v =100 mV s-1 Two reduction steps separated by 0.5 V.

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· The cell membrane has a thickness of 10 nm. Describe what happens to the rate of diffusion of oxygen into the cell if the thickness changes to 20 nm. Reveal answer

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· electrode preparation as well as scan rate.) If the diffusion constants for the oxidized and reduced species are similar the value of Eo can be estimated from the average of E pa and E pc where E pa is the potential of the anodic peak current and E pc is the potential of the cathodic 3-(-) 2

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· Similarly the Randles circuit is typically used to describe the combination of all of the above effects diffusion electrode kinetics and solution resistance. However the influence of kinetics and diffusion on an electrochemical cell s behavior can be described directly

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