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estimation of the half wave potentials of the polysulfide ions / by Wilbur G. Evans

Wilbur G Evans

estimation of the half wave potentials of the polysulfide ions / by Wilbur G. Evans

by Wilbur G Evans

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    Subjects:
  • Ions,
  • Polysulfides

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination35 leaves :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14416566M

    The polarographic half-wave oxidation and reduction potentials, singlet and triplet energies of a series of (i) monocyclic aza-aromatics, (ii) polycyclic aza-aromatics and their N-oxides, (iii) condensed aromatic hydrocarbons, and (iv) substituted benzene derivatives are interrelation between the spectroscopic and electrochemical data is developed and discussed . Analysis of voltammetric half-wave potentials in low ionic strength solutions and voltammetric measurement of ion impurity concentrations.

    The Schrödinger equation for the particle’s wave function is Conditions the wave function must obey are 1. ψ(x) and ψ’(x) are continuous functions. 2. ψ(x) = 0 if x is in a region where it is physically impossible for the particle to be. Different categories of redox species, including simple inorganic ions, metal complexes, metal-free organic compounds, polysulfide/sulfur and lithium storage active materials, are reviewed.

    Polysulfide ions, SX, can be considered to be composed of one sulfur in the 2- oxidation state, S(2-), and the remaining (x - 1) sulfurs in the zero-valent oxidation state, S(0). The number of.   The structures of the alkylated mononuclear complex, [(PNPEt)Ni(SC2H4SMe)]OTf, and the dinuclear complex, [(dppeNi)2(SC3H6S)](BF4)2, have been determined by X-ray diffraction studies. The complexes have been studied by cyclic voltammetry to determine how the half-wave potentials of the Ni(II/I) couples vary with chelate ring size of .


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Estimation of the half wave potentials of the polysulfide ions / by Wilbur G. Evans by Wilbur G Evans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Half-wave potential → poluvalni potencijal. Half-wave potential (E 1/2) is a potential at which polarographic wave current is equal to one half of diffusion current (i d).In a given supporting electrolyte, the half-wave potential is unique for each element and its different valence states and chemical forms.

Polarographic half-wave potentials for tetraphenyl onium salts become progressively less negative on moving down the periodic table (Table ) due to the decreasing strength of the carbon-heteroatom bond.

Phosphorus and arsenic compounds show one two-electron wave due to cleavage of one phenyl group followed at this potential by one-electron. The potential of a polarographic or voltammetric @[email protected] at the point, on the rising part of a polarographic or voltammetric wave, where the difference between the total current and the @[email protected] is equal to one-half of the @[email protected]

The quarter-wave potential, the three-quarter-wave potential, etc., may be similarly defined. Information is presented on the half-wave potentials, reversibilities, wave shapes, and probable electrode reaction products for the polarographic waves of most of the common heavy metal ions in F ammonium citrate at pH 6 and in F ammonium citrate, malonate, oxalate, and tartrate containing F by: For the discussion the half-wave potentials of these ions in ethylene sulphite, propanediol carbonate, acetonitrile and water are included.

It is shown that the value for the half-wave potential of an ion referred to that of bisbiphenylchromium(I) iodide is shifted to more negative potentials, by increasing donor number of the solvent.

The difference between the half- wave potentials for a given ion in two solvents is determined by the free enthalpy of transfer for "that ion from one solvent into the other- This free enthalpv cannot be measured, since it is impossible to transfer a single ion between two phases1- With the aid of non-thermodynamic assumptions, however, it is.

For a simple electrode process, the met~l ion-solvent interaction is mainly responsible for the polarographic overvoltage, and hence.Z~/2 of sjm~ie irreversible reductions may also be considered as a funcr, ion of the solvation. POLAROGRAPHIC HALP*WAYE POTENTIALS Yel. S, No.

11 In order to compare the half-wave potentials of a given. Half wave potentials of metal ions for the determination by polarography. In the following tables, the half-wave potentials or peak potentials of 90 metal ions are listed.

The half-wave potentials (listed in volts) are measured at the dropping mercury electrode (DME) at 25 °C unless indicated otherwise. Half wave potentials of metal ions Of interest to: General analytical chemistry B 1 Summary In the following tables the half-wave potentials or peak potentials of 90 metal ions are listed.

The half-wave potentials (listed in Volt) are measured at the dropping mercury electrode (DME) at 25°C unless indicated otherwise. Electrodes. COMPILATION OF HALF-WAVE POTENTIALS Half-wave potentials, the difference in one-quarter- and three-quarter-wave potentials and literature references for the above mentioned cations are summarized in Tables The compilation of data is restricted to half-wave potentials and gives an indication of the reversibility of the electrode reactions.

Half Wave Potential (E 1/2). In a CV containing a feature that has a forward and reverse wave, regardless of whether it is reversible or irreversible, E 1/2 defines the potential exactly in the middle of the two peaks. For example, if the wave that corresponds to the reduction of X to X – has an E p = – V and the wave that corresponds to the oxidation of X – back to X has an.

Studies on the influence of some supporting electrolytes on the diffusion current and half wave pontential of the reducible ions in polarographic studies. Comparative Role of Interfacial Tension, adsorption and ionic strength in the polarographic reduction of Cd++ ions in CdCl2 with different concentration of the supporting electrolytes.

to their high half-wave potentials beyond just activity. The two catalysts with the highest mass activity at V from Figure 3 is UM’s Fe − and UB’s C Fe-ZIF,21 with mass activities of and A/g, respectively. Common character-istics of these catalysts include a high density of active sites.

Polarographic half—wave potentials of inorganic substances TABLE 2 (continued) Electroactive Supporting Reference Half—Wave Slope, Species Electrolyte Electrode Potential V mV Ref Co(II) Co(Cl04)2 NaClO4 Ag —O 81 89 9 Co(II);Co(Cl04)2 Et4NC1O4 SCE(DI1F) — — 14 Co(II); NaClO4( M) Hg — 7 Co(Cl04)2 6aq.

The half-wave potential shift for thallium is more like that of the amine ions than the other aquo ions i.e., the shift is cathodic over the entire concentration range. The data for the six species studied are sum marized in Fig. 1 as half-wave potential vs.

square root of ionic strength and in Fig. 2 diffusion current vs. square root of ionic. This Bulletin is a supplement to Application Bulletin no. 36 (Half-wave potentials of inorganic substances) in the sense that the half-wave potentials of different organic substances are listed.

At the same time the supporting electrolytes used and the limits of determination are given. The various substances are listed in alphabetical order.

Half-wave potential (E 1/2) is a potential at which polarographic wave current is equal to one half of diffusion current (i d).In a given supporting electrolyte, the half-wave potential is unique for each element and its different valence states and chemical forms.

Book. Jan ; A. Lichtenberg An estimation of the half wave potentials of the polysulfide ions / Wilbur G. Evans; Typescript. Thesis (M.S.)--Miami University, Dept. of Chemistry, en For the discussion the half-wave potentials of these ions in ethylene sulphite, propanediol carbonate, acetonitrile and water are included.

It is shown that the value for the half-wave potential of an ion referred to that of bisbiphenylchromium(I) iodide is shifted to more negative potentials, by increasing donor number of the solvent. The half-wave potentials of the conjugated hydrocarbons can be regarded as the standard potentials of the redox systems, the difference of the activity coefficients and the diffusion constants between the molecules and radical ions being neglected.

These half-wave potentials for a number of hydrocar­. Effects of electrolytes on redox potentials through ion pairing.

Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, DOI: /em James B. Sheppard, Bradley Hambly, Bradford Pendley, Erno Lindner. Voltammetric determination of diffusion coefficients in polymer membranes.A linear relationship between half-wave potentials determined from the pseudopolarogram, and thermodynamic stability constants was observed for a collection of model ligands that spanned a.

Figure 2 presents the half-wave potentials versus the reported catalyst loading. As expected, there is a general trend of higher catalysts loadings exhibiting higher half-wave potentials.

In contrast, Figure 3 plots the mass activity results and shows that there is no clear trend between mass activity and catalyst loading. It is interesting that the highest mass activity .