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Mapping the ionic fingerprints of molecular monolayers

Mapping the ionic fingerprints of molecular monolayers
Adriano Santos, Gustavo T. Feliciano, Justin R. Weeks, Melany I. G. Nicholson, Joshua Lehr, Jason J. Davis, Paulo R. Bueno
Molecular dynamics simulations support a self-assembled monolayer specific energy barrier to solution-phase ions that once surmounted, the entrapped ions support a film embedded ionic capacitance and non-faradaic relaxation (mapping through electrochemical capacitance measurements). The associated capacitance can be assigned as a particular case of general electrochemical capacitance.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/fBv6XENw0ig/C7CP01500C

DOI: 2017/CP/C7CP01500C

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