Deniz, Vivianne; Fogden, Andrew
Consistent incorporation of nonelectrostatic interactions in the chemical potential for electrical double layers at interfaces interacting across electrolytes under the constant potential or charge regulation boundary conditions has recently been presented for the case of ionic dispersion potentials. This gives rise to shifted adsorption equilibria, and thereby a shift in the predicted surface electrostatic potential. It also results in an additional component previously unaccounted for in the...[Show more]
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