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Electrochemical methods I

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 6.0
    • Tutorials : 6.0
    • Laboratory works : 12.0
    ECTS : 2.0

Goals

Theoretical introduction and implementation of the main experimental techniques for quantitative study of thermodynamic and kinetic characteristics (possibly mechanistic) of a redox phenomenon.

LEVEL: Advanced Course in electrochemistry


Contact Alain DENOYELLE

Content

The lectures present the experimental devices required for electrochemical methods (potentiostat), conventional electrochemical techniques (voltammetry and step methods as chronoamperometry and chronopotentiometry) and the type of analysis that can be done.

The excercices present this kind of operations with the necessary precautions.

The experimental works allow to understand the following topics:

  • Electrochemical potentiostatic control with 3 electrodes; influence of the ohmic drop.
  • Non-stationary electrochemical methods; observation of the limits of validity: role of the scan rate, the natural or forced convection, the choice of the value of potential or current jump.
  • Comparative study of the same electrochemical system by different electrochemical techniques.


Prerequisites

Fundamentals of electrochemistry and advanced electrochemical kinetics.

Tests

Written exam (2)+ practical work reports



Additional Information

Curriculum->Master-Recherche->Semester 4
Curriculum->EPEE->Semester 4
Curriculum->Master Electrochimie et Procédés->Semester 4

Bibliography

  • Instrumental methods in electrochemistry. Southampton Electrochemistry Group,
    Ellis Horwood Limited, 1985.
  • Electrochimie. Principes, méthodes et applications. A.J. Bard & L.R. Faulkner.
    traduction : Masson, Paris, 1983.

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