Using the pulsed nature of staircase cyclic voltammetry to determine interfacial electron-transfer rates of adsorbed species.
Staircase cyclic voltammetry (SCV) is the digital counterpart of analog cyclic voltammetry (CV). However, when the redox-active species is adsorbed at the electrode surface, the voltammetric peak shapes (width, height, area, and to a lesser extent the reduction potentials) obtained with SCV can be very different from those of CV, even when small potential steps are used. Like analog CV, SCV provides a straightforward method to estimate and subtract the background and charging currents from th...Expand abstract
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