Spatial variation of permittivity of an electrolyte solution in contact with a charged metal surface: a mini review

  title={Spatial variation of permittivity of an electrolyte solution in contact with a charged metal surface: a mini review},
  author={E. Gongadze and U. van Rienen and V. Kralj-Igli{\vc} and A. Igli{\vc}},
  journal={Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering},
  pages={463 - 480}
  • E. Gongadze, U. van Rienen, +1 author A. Iglič
  • Published 2013
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
  • Contact between a charged metal surface and an electrolyte implies a particular ion distribution near the charged surface, i.e. the electrical double layer. In this mini review, different mean-field models of relative (effective) permittivity are described within a simple lattice model, where the orientational ordering of water dipoles in the saturation regime is taken into account. The Langevin–Poisson–Boltzmann (LPB) model of spatial variation of the relative permittivity for point-like ions… CONTINUE READING
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