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Рыжков, Илья Игоревич
Вяткин, Антон Станиславович
Медведева, Мария Ивановна
2020-01-20T07:16:13Z
2020-01-20T07:16:13Z
2019-09
Рыжков, Илья Игоревич. Modelling of Electrochemically Switchable Ion Transport in Nanoporous Membranes with Conductive Surface [Текст] / Илья Игоревич Рыжков, Антон Станиславович Вяткин, Мария Ивановна Медведева // Journal of Siberian Federal University - Mathematics and Physics: Mathematics and Physics. — 2019. — Т. 12 (№ 5). — С. 1-11
19971397
http://journal.sfu-kras.ru/series/mathematics_physics
https://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/128843
The impact of potential applied to the conductive surface of nanoporous membrane on the membrane potential at zero current is investigated theoretically on the basis of two–dimensional Space–charge model. The membrane separates two reservoirs with different salt concentrations. It is shown that the variation of applied potential from negative to positive values results in the continuous change of membrane selectivity from cation to anion. For equal ion diffusion coefficients, the dependence of membrane potential on the applied potential is an odd function, while for different ion diffusion coefficients it is shifted along the applied potential axis due to contribution of diffusion potential enhanced by the induced charge effect. The decrease of pore radius results in the increase of ionic selectivity and steep transition between cation– selective and anion–selective states when the applied potential is changing.
nanoporous membrane
electric double layer
electrolyte transport
membrane potential
Space–
charge model
Modelling of Electrochemically Switchable Ion Transport in Nanoporous Membranes with Conductive Surface
Journal Article
Journal Article Preprint
1-11
30.51.25
2020-01-20T07:16:13Z
Институт космических и информационных технологий
Кафедра прикладной математики и компьютерной безопасности
Journal of Siberian Federal University - Mathematics and Physics
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