charge transfer


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charge transfer

[′chärj ‚tranz·fər]
(physical chemistry)
The process in which an ion takes an electron from a neutral atom, with a resultant transfer of charge.
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This behavior is well known with regard to the formation of charge transfer complexes (CTCs) or charge transfer (CT) interactions in 6FDATeMPD-based polymers [13], which are attributed to the presence of 7i electrons between the ring structures in polyimides.
Factors influencing MFC performance are charge transfer resistance (Rct), oxidation rate of fuel, electrode spacing, inoculated organism, solution conductivity, biocompatibility with substrate, pH of cell, electrochemical stability, retention time, loading rate, anodic material and cathodic electron acceptor [10-12] Several strategies have been adopted to overcome these problems.
In addition, the measurements data of the present work have given relatively low values of the charge transfer resistance, about 1.
On days 31 and 55, the adsorbed intermediate ionic species and the charge transfer resistance at the corrosion porous layer/substrate interface were the dominant mechanisms influencing electrochemical reactions.
0 M HCl containing plant extracts, which indicated that the corrosion of steel is mainly controlled by a charge transfer process [21,5].
4] (X = H, F, Cl and Br; Y = O in furan, Y = NH in pyrrole, and Y = S in thiophen), donor-acceptor complexes and the charge transfer from Y[C.
Topics include molecular exiton, excited states in solids, photoexcitation dynamics, the photophysics toolbox, vibrational spectroscopy, charge transfer and transport, and pump probe and other modulation techniques.
Changes in the redox state and spin multiplicity can be induced by charge transfer, spin crossover, and electrochemical reaction, resulting in the significant modulation of magnetic properties.
This may due to the slow charge transfer kinetics or ohmic potential (iR) drop (Zhang and Anson, 1992; Wopschall and Shain, 1967a and b).
This control can include the luminescence magnitude as well as on-and-off switching resulting from charge transfer to the quantum dot nanocrystal (ionization) through redox interactions.
The 28 papers discuss them from such perspectives as the role of spontaneous charge transfer in the Bardeen limit and non-integer S regimes at organic/metal interfaces, quasi-static modeling approach to metal-organic semiconductor-metal devices, laboratory teaching modules on organic electronics and liquid crystal displays for undergraduate and graduate education, the impact of gate metal work function on device performance of organic thin film transistors, organic triplet exciton emission and quenching processes by low-temperature photoluminscence and electroluminescence spectroscopy, and organic three-dimensional field-effect transistors.
The existence of a single semicircle in Nyquist plot shows that there was only single charge transfer process during the anodic dissolution of MS and remained unaffected in the presence of N-Benzylimidazole added in the acid.