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Related to the bulk concentration via the adsorption isotherm. One of the most frequently used at present is the Langmuir isotherm: BC l+BCj (2-13) where Ym is the surface concentration corresponding to a monolayer coverage (mol cm~2), and B is the adsorption coefficient. , when 1 ^> BC}. The Langmuir isotherm is applicable to a monolayer coverage and assumes that there are no interactions between adsorbed species. , those of Frumkin or Temkin) take such interactions into account. Indeed, the Langmuir isotherm is a special case of the Frumkin isotherm when there are no interactions.
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The resulting current peaks thus reflect the continuous change of the concentration gradient with the time. Hence, the increase to the peak current corresponds to the achievement of diffusion control, while the current drop (beyond the peak) exhibits a t~l/2 dependence (independent of the applied potential). For the above reasons, the reversal current has the same shape as the forward one. As will be discussed in Chapter 4, the use of ultramicroelectrodes— for which the mass transport process is dominated by radial (rather than linear) diffusion—results in a sigmoidal-shaped cyclic voltammogram.
Analytical Electrochemistry by Joseph Wang