From my comprehension of chronoamperometry, the applied voltage is regarding the reference terminal which bodes well that the affidavit ought to happen fundamentally on the working anode, while the counter cathode serves to finish the circuit. In any case, I might want to realize is it conceivable to accomplish an in any event, covering on the counter anode simply like how it is on the functioning terminal? All runs I had so far shows rather lopsided coatings that increments with applied voltage.
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RE: Which analog section of the rodeostat that is performing the chronoamperometry