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    Steady-state i-E curves of platinum in N 2 -saturated (a) and O 2 -saturated (b) 0.15 M H 2 SO 4 from −0.25 V to +1.25 V vs. <t>Ag|AgCl.</t> (a) The N 2 -saturated i-E curve exhibits typical platinum electrochemistry: oxide formation, oxide reduction, atomic hydrogen (H) adsorption, H desorption, and molecular hydrogen (H 2 ) evolution. Cathodic charge transfer associated with double-layer charging and the hydrogen adsorption reactions (blue shaded area) was 698 µC/cm 2 . (b) The O 2 -saturated i-E curve shows the same reactions as the N 2 case, plus O 2 reduction at potentials negative of the OCP (+0.76 V).
    Ag|Agcl, supplied by Bioanalytical Systems, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 88/100, based on 5 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Steady-state i-E curves of platinum in N 2 -saturated (a) and O 2 -saturated (b) 0.15 M H 2 SO 4 from −0.25 V to +1.25 V vs. <t>Ag|AgCl.</t> (a) The N 2 -saturated i-E curve exhibits typical platinum electrochemistry: oxide formation, oxide reduction, atomic hydrogen (H) adsorption, H desorption, and molecular hydrogen (H 2 ) evolution. Cathodic charge transfer associated with double-layer charging and the hydrogen adsorption reactions (blue shaded area) was 698 µC/cm 2 . (b) The O 2 -saturated i-E curve shows the same reactions as the N 2 case, plus O 2 reduction at potentials negative of the OCP (+0.76 V).
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    Steady-state i-E curves of platinum in N 2 -saturated (a) and O 2 -saturated (b) 0.15 M H 2 SO 4 from −0.25 V to +1.25 V vs. <t>Ag|AgCl.</t> (a) The N 2 -saturated i-E curve exhibits typical platinum electrochemistry: oxide formation, oxide reduction, atomic hydrogen (H) adsorption, H desorption, and molecular hydrogen (H 2 ) evolution. Cathodic charge transfer associated with double-layer charging and the hydrogen adsorption reactions (blue shaded area) was 698 µC/cm 2 . (b) The O 2 -saturated i-E curve shows the same reactions as the N 2 case, plus O 2 reduction at potentials negative of the OCP (+0.76 V).
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    Steady-state i-E curves of platinum in N 2 -saturated (a) and O 2 -saturated (b) 0.15 M H 2 SO 4 from −0.25 V to +1.25 V vs. Ag|AgCl. (a) The N 2 -saturated i-E curve exhibits typical platinum electrochemistry: oxide formation, oxide reduction, atomic hydrogen (H) adsorption, H desorption, and molecular hydrogen (H 2 ) evolution. Cathodic charge transfer associated with double-layer charging and the hydrogen adsorption reactions (blue shaded area) was 698 µC/cm 2 . (b) The O 2 -saturated i-E curve shows the same reactions as the N 2 case, plus O 2 reduction at potentials negative of the OCP (+0.76 V).

    Journal: Journal of neural engineering

    Article Title: Electron transfer processes occurring on platinum neural stimulating electrodes: calculated charge-storage capacities are inaccessible during applied stimulation

    doi: 10.1088/1741-2552/aa6945

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Steady-state i-E curves of platinum in N 2 -saturated (a) and O 2 -saturated (b) 0.15 M H 2 SO 4 from −0.25 V to +1.25 V vs. Ag|AgCl. (a) The N 2 -saturated i-E curve exhibits typical platinum electrochemistry: oxide formation, oxide reduction, atomic hydrogen (H) adsorption, H desorption, and molecular hydrogen (H 2 ) evolution. Cathodic charge transfer associated with double-layer charging and the hydrogen adsorption reactions (blue shaded area) was 698 µC/cm 2 . (b) The O 2 -saturated i-E curve shows the same reactions as the N 2 case, plus O 2 reduction at potentials negative of the OCP (+0.76 V).

    Article Snippet: All potentials were measured with respect to a Ag|AgCl (3 M NaCl, 0.209 V vs. SHE) reference electrode (BASi, #RE-5B).

    Techniques: Adsorption