Induced-Charge Capacitive Deionization: The Electrokinetic Response of a Porous Particle to an External Electric Field.

@article{Rubin2016InducedChargeCD,
  title={Induced-Charge Capacitive Deionization: The Electrokinetic Response of a Porous Particle to an External Electric Field.},
  author={Shimon Rubin and Matthew E. Suss and P. Maarten Biesheuvel and Moran Bercovici},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={117 23},
  pages={
          234502
        }
}
We demonstrate the phenomenon of induced-charge capacitive deionization that occurs around a porous and conducting particle immersed in an electrolyte, under the action of an external electric field. The external electric field induces an electric dipole in the porous particle, leading to its capacitive charging by both cations and anions at opposite poles. This regime is characterized by a long charging time, which results in significant changes in salt concentration in the electrically… 

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