A Chemical Reaction-based Condition for Flow Electrification

  title={A Chemical Reaction-based Condition for Flow Electrification},
  author={A.. and Washabaugh and Markus Zahn},
A physical model is developed for the charge transfer boundary condition in semi-insulating liquids. The boundary condition is based upon interfacial chemical reactions and extends established relations for the interface by including the effects of interfacial surface charge and charge desorption at the interface. A steady state model for flow electrification in a rotating cylindrical electrode apparatus incorporated this boundary condition and described polarity changes in the open-circuit… CONTINUE READING
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