Modelling the electric double layer at electrode/electrolyte interfaces

@inproceedings{Gross2019ModellingTE,
  title={Modelling the electric double layer at electrode/electrolyte interfaces},
  author={Andreas Gross and Sung Sakong},
  year={2019}
}
Summary The description of electrode–electrolyte interfaces is based on the notion of the formation of an electric double layer (EDL). Most of the concepts underlying its structure and properties have been developed more than one hundred years ago based on continuum approaches. Still, a complete atomistic theoretical description is missing. Here, first the traditional models of the EDL will be briefly reviewed before recent atomistic first-principles approaches using either explicit aqueous… CONTINUE READING

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