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· peak potentials are slightly changed in the second cycle. The appearance of two reduction peaks c 1 ∕ .∕ and c 1 clearly demonstrates the presence of more than one Cu (II)-complex species in solution at pH 7.10. On increasing the scan rate to 100mV/s the second oxidation peak a 1 ∕ broadened and the third a 1 ∕ .∕ disappeared.

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diffusion coefficient v is the scan rate F is faraday con-stant R is universal gas constant T is temperature α is electron transfer coefficient and k0 is standard rate con-stant. The linear Randles-Sevcik relationship between peak currents and square root of scan rates is observed from Figure 2 indicating that the oxidation of Ce(III)

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Otherwise this information may come from a previous lecture or their textbook. For example p. 737 of the Skoog textbook gives a 50 mV/s scan rate as an example. For reversible reactions peak current (i p) increases linearly with the square root of the scan rate (v) as described by the Randles-Sevcik equation (i_p=2.686 10 5 n 3/2 ACD

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· from a representative voltammagram at each scan rate on a single plot to discuss in your report. Plot the average K4Fe(CN)6 anodic and cathodic peak currents (ipa and ipc) at each scan rate vs. the square root of the scan rate (V/s) to discuss in your report in relationship to the RandlesSevcik

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· According to the Randles-Sevcik equation (Eq. S2) the (peak) current density is proportional to the square root of the scan rate in a reversible system. The resulting plot of the peak current density as a function of the square root of the scan rate does not result in a perfect linear correlation (Figure S7). The shift in the peak potential as a

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· different scan rates use 300 200 100 50 20 10 mV s –1. When changing scan rate stir the solution for 30 s with the magnetic stirrer then let the solution rest for 10 s before starting a new scan. Clean the working electrode between each scan just pull out the electrode from the solution and ()

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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 to concentration. This relationship becomes particularly

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· The effect of scan rate (v) on cyclic voltammograms of 1 mM K 3 Fe(CN) 6 in 0.1M KNO 3 has been observed (Figure 27) at 10 20 50 100 and 200 mV/s. The reversibility of the electrochemical system is indicated by the separation of the peak potentials (D Ep) which is independent of the scan rate v.

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· Scan rate v (mVs-1) Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 3. Dependence of peak current ratio Ipa 1 /Ipc 1 on scan rate of 1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 4. Variation of peak potential separation with scan rate of 1mM1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Also at the switching potential Eλ of -0.305V the reverse

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· The peak potentials do not drift apart as a function of the scan rate and I p (cathodic) ≈ I p (anodic). The difference between the peak potential is about 60 mV indicating a one-electron-process. According to Table 3 the Nicolson parameter Λ =19 and therefore k 0 > 19·0.035· v 1/2 > 0.67· v 1/2 and with v = 0.06 V/s k 0 > 0.16 cm/s.

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· According to the Randles-Sevcik equation (Eq. S2) the (peak) current density is proportional to the square root of the scan rate in a reversible system. The resulting plot of the peak current density as a function of the square root of the scan rate does not result in a perfect linear correlation (Figure S7). The shift in the peak potential as a

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· vs ν1/2 (Randles-Sevcik plot) suggested a diffusion controlled behaviour of all the complexes. voltametric data of the complexes at 100 mVs-1 scan rate and potential range of -0.5 to 1.2 V are The Randles-Sevcik (Eq. 2) plot (a plot of cathodic peak currents (I pa) versus square root of the

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· -2.05 V Phen peak A) Scan rate 1/2 ((Vs-1)1/2) Figure S3 Randles-Sevcik plots2 3 for phenanthroline 21 peak currents. S5 The CV for the phenanthroline substrate at a scan rate of 50 mV s 1 shows two reduction peaks at −2.05 V and −2.24 V vs. SCE and on the reverse scan the oxidation peaks for both processes are observed

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· ) with strong peak current. The effect of the scan rate (Fig. 2) on the electrochemical response of Cu(II) under the same condition (1 mM Cu(II) pH 1.03) was examined between 25 and 125 mVs-1. Their anodic and cathdic peak potentials peak current (i p) peak current ratio (i pa2 /i pc2) and peak potential separation ( E p) are gathered in

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· plotting the square-root of scan rate (v½) versus peak current (i p). Using the variable scan rate experiments show that the RuIII/II couple is electrochemically. 4) From the same plot determine the diffusion coefficient of the RuIII/II couple using the Randle-Sevcik equation ip = (2.69 x 10 5)n3/2 A D1/2 C ν1/2 where ip is the peak current (Amps ipa anodic ipc cathodic) n is the electron stoichiometry

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· follows a linearly ramping potential vs. time as shown in Figure 2. The examplewaveform show ed in. Figure 2. implies the forward scan initiated at 0.8 V vs. Ag/AgCl in negative direction until the potential of -0.2 V is reached. This will produce a cathodic current peak for any analytes that can be reduced through the range of the potential scan.

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· The peak potential shifted to more positive values on increasing the scan rate which conﬁrms the irreversibility of the oxidation process and a linear relationship between peak potential and logarithm of scan rate (Fig. 3D) can be expressed by the following equation (4) E p (V) = 0.0391 log v (Vs − 1) 1.2969 (r = 0.9826)

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· o for each redox couple observed at a scan rate of 50 mVs-1. 2. The effect of scan rate (ν) on the CV can be described by the Randle-Sevcik equation ip = (2.69 x 10 5)n3/2 A D1/2 C ν1/2 where ip is the peak current (ipa anodic and ipc cathodic) n is the electron stoichiometry A is the electrode area (cm2) D is the diffusion coefficient

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· The current vs scan rate relationship for the electrochemical reaction of K4Fe(CN)6 which diffuses to the electrode surface is described according tp the Randles-Sevcik equation coefficientIp = 2.69 x 105AD1/2 n3/2ν1/2C Where Ip A D n ν C are peak current electrochemically active surface area (cm2) diffusion

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· vs ν1/2 (Randles-Sevcik plot) suggested a diffusion controlled behaviour of all the complexes. voltametric data of the complexes at 100 mVs-1 scan rate and potential range of -0.5 to 1.2 V are The Randles-Sevcik (Eq. 2) plot (a plot of cathodic peak currents (I pa) versus square root of the

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· Scan rate v (mVs-1) Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 3. Dependence of peak current ratio Ipa 1 /Ipc 1 on scan rate of 1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 4. Variation of peak potential separation with scan rate of 1mM1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Also at the switching potential Eλ of -0.305V the reverse

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· The Randles-Sevcik equation describes how the scan rate affects the peak current (I p) and how it depends on other electrochemical parameters. Equation (2) describes the Randles-Sevcik equation for quasi-reversible and irreversible systems 11 . In this equation the correlation between the square root of the scan rate the peaks of the

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· vs ν1/2 (Randles-Sevcik plot) suggested a diffusion controlled behaviour of all the complexes. voltametric data of the complexes at 100 mVs-1 scan rate and potential range of -0.5 to 1.2 V are The Randles-Sevcik (Eq. 2) plot (a plot of cathodic peak currents (I pa) versus square root of the

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· Scan rate v (mVs-1) Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 3. Dependence of peak current ratio Ipa 1 /Ipc 1 on scan rate of 1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Scan rate v(mVs-1) Figure 4. Variation of peak potential separation with scan rate of 1mM1mM Cu(en) 2 ClO 4 in aqueous 0.2MNaClO 4 Also at the switching potential Eλ of -0.305V the reverse

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· Plots of Peak Current vs. (Scan Rate)1/2 According to the Randles-Sevcik equation the peak current of a freely diffusing electroactive species in a redox event will be proportional to the square root of the scan rate. Linear plots of peak current vs. the square root of the scan rate provide evidence for a freely diffusing species in

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The scan rate of the system can be varied to get a clear idea of the electrochemistry of the cell. Hence the scan rate plays a crucial role in the voltammetric behavior of the sample to be tested. Based on the scan rate one can expect some changes in the oxidation and reduction peak currents along with peak

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· follows a linearly ramping potential vs. time as shown in Figure 2. The examplewaveform show ed in. Figure 2. implies the forward scan initiated at 0.8 V vs. Ag/AgCl in negative direction until the potential of -0.2 V is reached. This will produce a cathodic current peak for any analytes that can be reduced through the range of the potential scan.

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· The current vs scan rate relationship for the electrochemical reaction of K4Fe(CN)6 which diffuses to the electrode surface is described according tp the Randles-Sevcik equation coefficientIp = 2.69 x 105AD1/2 n3/2ν1/2C Where Ip A D n ν C are peak current electrochemically active surface area (cm2) diffusion

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· Plots of Peak Current vs. (Scan Rate)1/2 According to the Randles-Sevcik equation the peak current of a freely diffusing electroactive species in a redox event will be proportional to the square root of the scan rate. Linear plots of peak current vs. the square root of the scan rate provide evidence for a freely diffusing species in

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