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G. step or sinusoidal functions) and analysing the response. Charge transfer kinetics As noted above, the charge transfer step can involve either electron transfer, as in the case, say, of a Pt(s)lFe3+(aq),Fe2+(aq) electrode, or ion transfer, as in the case, say, of a Zn(s)lZn2§ system. While the theoretical treatment of the two forms of charge transfer are essentially different in nature, the final equations relating current and voltage turn out to be very similar. In the case of redox electrodes, the ease with which electrons can tunnel through a potential barrier of the type present at an electrode interface makes the use of classical activated complex theory (with the electrons as one reactant) inappropriate.
One making the cathode more positive and the anode more negative), the net result would be a current flow in the reverse direction, causing a net charging of the cell. Polarization losses Knowledge of the amount by which the voltage of a cell, delivering a particular level of current, deviates from its equilibrium value is of central importance in assessing the performance of a practical battery system. This polarization voltage, Epol, can be associated with two principal causes: 9 'ohmic' or 'iR' drop in the bulk of the electrolyte phases, separators and sometimes in the electrode phases and connectors; 9 'electrode losses' which include the 'activation overvoltage', connected with the charge transfer step and/or nucleation and crystallization processes at each electrode/electrolyte interface, and the 'concentration overvoltage' related to the depletion or accumulation of electroactive material near the electrode surfaces.
E. a metal atom in a favourable surface site - and the metal, followed by, or coincident with, the formation of electrostatic bonds between the newly formed ion and solvent or other complexing molecules. The cathodic charge transfer follows this mechanism in reverse: 9 anodic charge transfer: M(s) ~ M(ad) ---) M n§ (aq) + ne 9 cathodic charge transfer: M n+ (aq) + ne ---) M(ad) ~-- M(s) It is assumed that for pure charge transfer current limitation, the equilibrium between M(s) and M(ad) is fast and potential independent.