Potentiodynamic Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for Solid State Chemistry
G.A. Ragoisha and A.S. Bondarenko
Solid State Phenom. 90-91 (2003) 103-108.

Physico-Chemical Research Institute, Belarusian State University, Minsk 220050, Belarus

Potentiodynamic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (PDEIS) employs virtual instruments for probing the interface and gives, in real time and in a single potential scan, the multidimensional spectra that characterise complex impedance of the interface as a function of frequency and the electrode potential, along with the potentiodynamic voltammogram. The built-in equivalent electric circuit analyser provides semi-automatic extraction of the potential dependencies of the double layer capacitance, components of Faraday impedance (charge transfer resistance and Warburg impedance) and some additional impedance elements from the impedance spectra extended for the variable potential. PDEIS has been applied to probe the electrochemical response of metal monolayers and nanostructures on various supports.

Full-Text Preprint, PDF (234 KB) (a copy from Chemistry Preprint Archive, Volume 2003, Issue 1, January 2003, pages 51-56).

The original publication is available from Solid State Phenomena Vol. 90-91 (Solid State Chemistry V - Proceedings of Solid State Chemistry 2002 IUPAC Conference, 7-12 July 2002, Bratislava) at Scientific.Net (free preview of first pages is available). The abstract of the lecture at SSC2002 site (archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/5ds3IjsB7).

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