An examination of the conditions resulting in a temporal convolution related to electrochemical processes
Temporal convolutions represent an important subset for the description of electrochemical systems and enable powerful simplifications to be employed during the analysis of experimental data. However, the circumstances amenable to the acquisition of suitable experimental data are restricted and previously proposed conditions based on concepts that relate to uniform concentration distributions at electrode surfaces are further demonstrated based on the analysis of a hybrid electrode geometry.
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