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· nanowires analyzed by the Randles-Sevick equation. (C) CV curves of K 0.7 Fe 0.5 Mn 0.5 O 2 particles in the electrochemical window of 1.5–4.0 V at different scan rates. (D) Cycling response of K 0.7 Fe 0.5 Mn 0.5 O 2 particles analyzed by the Randles-Sevick Equation. Figure S11. (A) AC impedance plots of interconnected K 0.7 Fe 0.5 Mn 0.5 O 2

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· concentration and diffusion coefficient of an analyte via the Randles-Sevick equation I p = 1.67 10 5 n3/2 AD1/2v1/2C (1) where i p is the peak current (Amp) n is the electron charge involved in the redox reaction C is the concentration (moles/cm3) A is the electrode area (cm2) D is the diffusion coefficient (cm2/s) and v is the scan

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· The active surface area of the 15-cycles PMB modified electrodes could be evaluated according to the Randles—Sevick equation where i p is the peak current and n c D v represents the number of electron transfer concentration of the reactants diffusion coefficient and the

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· concentration and diffusion coefficient of an analyte via the Randles-Sevick equation I p = 1.67 10 5 n3/2 AD1/2v1/2C (1) where i p is the peak current (Amp) n is the electron charge involved in the redox reaction C is the concentration (moles/cm3) A is the electrode area (cm2) D is the diffusion coefficient (cm2/s) and v is the scan

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· concentration and diffusion coefficient of an analyte via the Randles-Sevick equation I p = 1.67 10 5 n3/2 AD1/2v1/2C (1) where i p is the peak current (Amp) n is the electron charge involved in the redox reaction C is the concentration (moles/cm3) A is the electrode area (cm2) D is the diffusion coefficient (cm2/s) and v is the scan

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· the Randles-Sevick equation. A diffusion coefficient of 3.7∙10–6 cm²/s was calculated. The second electrochemical feature at –2.03 V vs. Fc /Fc is attributed to a one-electron ligand-based reduction (Figure 1a I). This couple is mostly reversible with a peak-to-peak separation of about 66 mV for scan rates in the 10-50 mV/sec range.

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· The Randles-Sevcik equation for the forward sweep of the first cycle is i p = 2.69 X 10 5 n 3/2 AD 1/2 Cv 1/2. where i p = peak current A. n = electron stoichiometry. A = electrode area cm 2. D = diffusion coefficient cm 2 /s. C = concentration mol/cm 3. v = scan rate V/s. Furthermore i p increases with v 1/2 and is directly proportional

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· Randles-Sevick equation 15 to determine diffusion coefficient of the target element in molten salt electrolysis. p 0.4463 nF D inFAC RT X (3) In equation (3) n is the number of electrons transferred in the reaction ip is the peak current F is the Faraday s constant (96500 C/mol) A is the cross-sectional area of the electrode

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The Randles-Sevcik equation. The peak current i p of the reversible redox process is described by the Randles-Sevcik equation. 1 At 298 K the Randles-Sevcik equation is where n is the number of electrons A the electrode area (cm 2) C the concentration (mol·cm-3) D the diffusion coefﬁcient (cm 2 ·s-1) and v the potential scan rate (V·s-1).

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· Randles-Sevcik equation given below ip = 2.99 105nACD1/2v1/2 Where ip is the peak current D and C are the diffusion coefficient and bulk . concentration of the redox probe (5 mM K3 Fe(CN)6 ) respectively. n is the number of

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· Randles-Sevick equation 15 to determine diffusion coefficient of the target element in molten salt electrolysis. p 0.4463 nF D inFAC RT X (3) In equation (3) n is the number of electrons transferred in the reaction ip is the peak current F is the Faraday s constant (96500 C/mol) A is the cross-sectional area of the electrode

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· Randles-Sevick equation The diffusion coefficient for Al3 extraction can be calculated based on the Randles-Sevick equation I p =2.72 105 n 3/2 A D1/2 C 0 v1/2 where the diffusion coefficient D is in the unit of cm2 s-1 I p is peak current (mA) n the number of electrons assumed to be 3 for Al3 A the working electrode area (cm2) C 0

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· Randles-Sevcik equation given below ip = 2.99 105nACD1/2v1/2 Where ip is the peak current D and C are the diffusion coefficient and bulk . concentration of the redox probe (5 mM K3 Fe(CN)6 ) respectively. n is the number of

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· The active surface area of the 15-cycles PMB modified electrodes could be evaluated according to the Randles—Sevick equation where i p is the peak current and n c D v represents the number of electron transfer concentration of the reactants diffusion coefficient and the

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· obtained and analyzed using equation (1) after RandlesSevick equation 6 7 9 . ip=(2.69 105)n3/2 A1/ 2 ν 1/ (q.1) Where i p is used currently in Ampere A is the area of electrode surface in cm2 D is the diffusion coefficient in cm2/sec ν the scan

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· obtained and analyzed using equation (1) after RandlesSevick equation 6 7 9 . ip=(2.69 105)n3/2 A1/ 2 ν 1/ (q.1) Where i p is used currently in Ampere A is the area of electrode surface in cm2 D is the diffusion coefficient in cm2/sec ν the scan

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· Randles-Sevick equation The diffusion coefficient for Al3 extraction can be calculated based on the Randles-Sevick equation I p =2.72 105 n 3/2 A D1/2 C 0 v1/2 where the diffusion coefficient D is in the unit of cm2 s-1 I p is peak current (mA) n the number of electrons assumed to be 3 for Al3 A the working electrode area (cm2) C 0

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