Pilo, Maria Itria and Sanna, Gavino and Seeber, Renato (1992) Analysis of cyclic voltammetric responses by Fourier transform-based deconvolution and convolution procedures. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 323 (1-2), p. 103-115. ISSN 1572-6657. Article.
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Numerical procedures for processing linear sweep and cyclic voltammetric responses are suggested in order to (1) deconvolve a sequence accounting for diffusion from the original signals; (2) convolve these with the same sequence. Deconvolution and convolution operations are performed via the Fourier transform method. Responses obtained by simulation of uncomplicated reversible, quasi-reversible and irreversible charge transfers are considered. The values of the parameters characterizing deconvolution and convolution responses are computed and discussed; a comparison is made with the corresponding parameters of the original current/potential curves, as well as with data reported in the literature for nernstian and totally irreversible charge transfers, obtained by following different mathematical procedures.
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