Nicolae C. Bonciocat

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In this second paper an other »intersection« method is theoretically grounded. The method is symbolized »a P«, and it is based on the simultaneously changing of both the activity (activities) of one (or more) electrochemical active species (a), and the polarization (P), of the multielectrode: inert semiconductor/redox electrolyte. Equations for the(More)
The effect of the pH on the ionic transfer of glycine and beta-alanine at the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions (ITIES) was investigated by a simple potentiometric method. Upon addition of small amounts of solution containing the investigated amino acids, a variation of the potential drop across the interface was recorded, which was(More)
In a series of recent papers, Bonciocat et al., have shown that the faradaic current density of an electrode redox reactions occurring with combined limitations, of charge transfer and nonstationary linear, semi-infinite diffusion, is the solution of an integral equation of Volterra type. This integral equation has been transformed to describe the transport(More)
In this paper a third “intersection method” symbolized »L a« is theoretically grounded. The method applies to multielectrodes: inert semiconductors/redox electrolyte, and is based on the simultaneously changing of both the intensity of illumination (L), and the activity (activities) of one (or more) electrochemical active species (a). A first result refers(More)