The complex impedance of a water-filled cell has been measured in the frequency range between 0.01 Hz and 100 kHz at temperatures ranging between 5°C and 80°C. The obtained results have been interpreted according to the Gouy, Chapmann and Stern model describing the water behaviour in the presence of electrode interfaces. The deconvolution of the measured complex impedance allowed to separate the contribution arising from the «bulk» water from those due to the Helmholtz layer and to the diffuse charge layer occurring at the electrode interface. The capacitance and resistance of the three layers are reported and their frequency and temperature dependences are briefly discussed. The use of this method as a tool to investigate the low-frequency dielectric properties of water is suggested. © 1990 Società Italiana di Fisica.
|Titolo:||Impedance spectroscopy of pure water in the 0.01 Hz to 100 kHz range|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1990|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|