Applications of large amplitude fourier transformed alternating current voltammetry for the determination of fast heterogeneous electrode kinetics
thesisposted on 23.02.2017, 04:06 by Bano, Kiran
The aim of this research is to demonstrate achievements and difficulties of using large amplitude Fourier transformed (FT) alternating current (AC) voltammetry for measurement of the electrode kinetics of fast electron transfer processes. Research is focussed on study of outer-sphere electron transfer processes at electrode/solution interface. Electrode kinetics of these processes have been investigated by varying the electrode size from macro to microdisk electrodes, increasing AC frequency to enhance the sensitivity of the method for determination of electrode kinetics.