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Electrochemical thermodynamics and kinetics - 4PMPTEL0

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 10.0
    • Tutorials : 10.0
    ECTS : 2.0

Goals

Provide advanced notions in electrochemical thermodynamics and kinetics.

Contact Renaud BOUCHET

Content

A - Thermodynamics

  • AI - Electric, chemical and electrochemical potentials.
  • AII - Thermodynamic equilibrium for homogeneous systemes and interfaces
  • AIII - The galvanic chain: Nernst law, relationship between redox potentials and reaction thermodynamical parameters.

B - Current flow: non-equilibrium process

  • BI - Mass balance: fluxes, current density (faradaic and capacitive), Faraday law.
  • BII - Current flow through a volumic conductor: migration, convection, diffusion, macroscopic and microscopic aspects.
  • BIII - Current flow through an interface : concentration profiles for a fast and reversible system, kinetic model of an heterogeneous reaction (E mechnism), steady-state polarisation for a fast (diffusion limitation: expression of the limiting current) or slow system (kinetic limitation: Butler-Volmer law).

Level : basic lecture in electrochemistry



Prerequisites

Basics in electrochemistry

Tests

Written exam (2h) with documents



Additional Information

Curriculum->Master-Recherche->Semester 3
Curriculum->EPEE->Semester 3
Curriculum->Master Electrochimie et Procédés->Semester 3

Bibliography

Electrochimie. Concepts fondamentaux illustrés. C. Lefrou, P. Fabry, J.C. Poignet. EDP Sciences, collection Grenoble Sciences, Paris 2013.

Electrochimie. Des concepts aux applications. F.Miomandre, S.Sadki, P.Audebert & R.Mealleat-Renault. Dunod, 2005.

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