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25 A we get immediately max which is the Langmuir isotherm. 27 s A (ads) where the subscript s stands for solvent and (sol) means "in solution". In fairly dilute solutions 1 X««n X AM χ S (a ) d s La = L = s = [A\l[s] L a + L a + - L s L s L L 6 max nL (l-9) max 31 3. 28 is just a modified form of the Langmuir isotherm when every adsorbed molecule occupies independent η sites and the value of the equilibrium constant is changed. 29b is not very small. 29 does not change very much with 0. Fig. 29.
28 is just a modified form of the Langmuir isotherm when every adsorbed molecule occupies independent η sites and the value of the equilibrium constant is changed. 29b is not very small. 29 does not change very much with 0. Fig. 29. The curves in Fig. 7 were calculated for η = 2. This dis cussion is to emphasize that, quite often, we need not consider the difference between adsorption from the gas phase and adsorption from solution; the only significant difference is the value of the equilibrium constant.
86 t The reaction orders are assumed to be the same as the stechiometric coefficients of reaction XI to keep treatment of the problem as simple as possible. 51 3. 87 with various values of p, q and /c is shown in Fig. 15. The values of /c where chosen so that nF&[Q] is a constant: [Q] = 1 mole m " , k = 1 0 " m s f o r g = 1 and k = 1 0 " m m o l e " s " f o r g = 2. Therefore curves A and Β in Fig. 15 approach the same value of limiting current. When ρ = 1 this approach is rather gradual and the value of the limiting current is q 4 _ 1 4 3 4 1 1 77 (mV) FIG.
The Chemistry of Electrode Processes by Ilana Fried (Auth.)