Submitted by Gerard Rowe / University of South Carolina Aiken on Fri, 05/05/2017 - 11:00
My Notes

This is a great website created by Dr. Daniel Graham (who has the distinction of publishing a paper featured on TOC ROFL) to give anyone a working understanding of cyclic voltammetry techniques, their physical background, and the interpretation of their results.  

Learning Goals

Students will gain experience interpreting the basic features of cyclic voltammograms, including: half-potential, electrochemical reversibility, chemical reversibility, and scan rate dependence

Students will learn the physical origins of the "duck" shape of a reversible CV using the Nernst equation and diffusion concepts

Students will learn what analytical methods are available using CV

Implementation Notes

None yet.  I'm considering creating an activity using the information in this website, but for now I just wanted to share this resource.

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