faradaic

far·a·da·ic

 (făr′ə-dā′ĭk)
adj.
Variant of faradic.
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The value of Faradaic resistance (RF) increases with increase in concentration showing that BTMT, DBMT and TBMT stabilize the corrosion products on the metal surface and the value reaches more than 42 times greater value for TBMT than that obtained for the blank solution.
Diffusion of water and oxygen seems to occur in the coatings, indicating that a strict barrier-type coating behavior without Faradaic reactions could explain the impedance spectra.
A typical three-electrode experimental cell equipped with a working electrode, a platinum foil counter electrode, and a saturated calomel reference electrode (SCE) was used for measuring the electrochemical properties of the working electrode and its performance as a Faradaic electrochemical capacitances (ECs).
Hybrid capacitors combining a faradaic with an electrostatic electrode have a combination of characteristics that improve performance.
Carbon paste electrodes exhibit low faradaic current, wide potential range for operation, low reactivity, easily renewable surface and suitability to the construction of relatively small electrodes.
In the event of any important deterioration in the paint film, the impedance diagram would have clearly shown the effects of the faradaic corrosion reaction in the uncovered areas of the metallic substrate.
Characterization of the paint includes the determination of the electrical bath conductivity and the cathodic polarization behavior of the bath, being captured in parameters as the specific paint resistivity and Faradaic paint growth factor.
Corresponding Faradaic yields and values for the removal efficiency are given in Table 2b.
Although having high faradaic conversion efficiency, metallic electrodes require large overpotential, leading to high electrical power losses.