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Electrode Processes Complicated by Chemical Reactions and by Adsorption Mercury Electrodes

  • S. G. Mairanovskii

Abstract

The number of research papers in which electrode processes involving chemical steps are studied have increased significantly in recent years. Whereas after publication of the first papers on kinetic currents by Brdička, Wiesner, and co-workers [1–7] electrode processes involving chemical stages appeared to be rare exceptions, we now know that in the majority of cases electron transfers, particularly to organic molecules, are accompanied by chemical reactions taking place near the electrode. As a result of the appreciable adsorbability of many organic compounds at the electrode — solution interface, adsorption phenomena greatly affect both the electrochemical and the chemical reactions.

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Wave Height Nitro Compound Electrode Process Reduction Wave Kinetic Current 
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