# Electrochemistry of Room-Temperature/ Articles about substances designated as ionic liquids have begun to appear with increasing regularity in chemistry journals around the world, страница 27

 A area (cm2) C* bulk concentration (mol cm-3) Cj* bulk concentration of species j (mol cm-3) D diffusion coefficient (cm2 s-1) Dj diffusion coefficient of species j (cm2 s-1) E electrode potential versus some reference electrode (V) E1/2 half-wave potential (V) E0' formal potential (V) Ep peak potential (V) Ep/2 potential at i = ip/2 (V) Epa anodic peak potential (V) Epc cathodic peak potential (V) Eeq equilibrium potential in a solution containing a redox couple (V) F Faraday constant (96485 C) i current (A) i(t) current as a function of time (A) ip peak current (A) ip/2 half-peak peak current (A) ipa anodic peak current (A) ipc cathodic peak current (A) isp current at the switching potential (A) ila anodic limiting current (A) ilc cathodic limiting current (A) ik kinetically limited current (A) j current density (A cm-2) jm maximum current density (A cm-2) kf(E) potential dependent heterogeneous rate constant for forward reaction (cm s-1) k0 standard heterogeneous rate constant (cm s-1) n number of electrons in an electrode reaction R molar gas constant (8.314 J mol-1 K-1) T absolute temperature (K) t time (s) tm time at maximum current density (s) t0 nucleation delay time (s) t' corrected time = t – t0 (s) tm' corrected time = tm – t0 (s) υ kinematic viscosity (cm2 s-1) x dimensionless time of the maximum α (i) dimensionless parameter; (ii) transfer coefficient η overpotential (V) ν potential scan rate (V s-1) ω angular frequency of rotation (s-1) REFERENCES

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