The two-terminal equivalent network of a three-terminal electrochemical cell

2008-10-17T08:48:14Z (GMT) by Stephen Fletcher
The two-terminal equivalent network of a three-terminal electrochemical cell is derived. This reveals, in a particularly clear way, how various artefacts arise from the layout of the cell. It is found that the working electrode response appears in series with an inductive artefact, and both appear in parallel with a capacitive artefact. Advice is given on how to diminish the size of these artefacts.

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