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The rate constant, k 0 , is obtained from the current density according to the following relation. The Arrhenius plots for the rate constants are shown in Fig. The rate constants and the activation energies obtained from the Arrhenius plots are listed in Table III. The activation energies for the viscosity are also listed. It has been demonstrated that the diffusion of a charged species is influenced by coulombic interaction between the charged species and the ions composing ionic liquids.

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In addition, the coulombic interaction is found to be dependent on the charge density of the species by comparison between two metal complexes with different sizes. It has been also verified that the coulombic interaction between a redox couple and the ions of ionic liquids dominantly determines the apparent reaction entropy for the redox reaction. User Name Password Sign In. Figure 1. Previous Section Next Section. Figure 2. View this table: In this window In a new window. Table I. Figure 3.

Table II. Figure 4. Figure 5. Table III. Figure 6. Figure 7. Randles-type equivalent circuit for analysis of impedance data. Figure 8. Figure 9. Table IV. Previous Section. Tachikawa N. Solid-State Lett. Silvester D. C , , CrossRef Google Scholar. Interscience, New York, p Hills GJ Reference electrodes in nonaqueous solutions. Academic, New York, p Juillard J J Chim Phys Bertocci U Z Elektrochem Izutsu K Electrochemistry in Nonaqueous Solutions, 2nd edn.

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