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Recent Developments in Faradaic Rectification Studies

  • H. P. Agarwal
Part of the Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry book series (MAOE, volume 20)

Abstract

The mid-twentieth century witnessed the discovery of faradaic rectification by Doss and Agarwal.1–4 In the late 1950s when Oldham,5,32 Vdovin,6 Barker,7 and Rangarajan33 each independently worked out the theoretical formulations which corroborated the results reported earlier,3,4 the effect came into the limelight. After the pioneering work of Barker7,8 and Delahay and coworkers9–14 in the early 1960s, its potential and applicability in the study of fast electrode kinetics were recognized. The method finds mention in books on electrode processes15–17 and in reviews on relaxation methods.17,18 Earlier reviews on the subject deal with preliminary details and development in instrumentation techniques.19–24 Soon, it made an impact and led to the development of other related nonlinear phenomena such as radio frequency polarography,7,8,25,26second-harmonic polarography,27,30 inter-modulation polarography,9,26 and high-level faradaic rectification26 for the study of fast electrode reactions. The first comprehensive review by the author on the subject appeared in Electroanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 7. A later review article describes the work done in the field up to early 1972.40

Keywords

Charge Transfer Kinetic Parameter Supporting Electrolyte Redox Couple Charge Transfer Reaction 
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  • H. P. Agarwal
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryM.A. College of TechnologyBhopalIndia

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