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ncIi with i = 1 to 9

This can be used to deconvolute non-catalytic CV data when you think the peaks correspond to distinct populations with different coverages.

The data are fit to:

$\displaystyle i_{\rm total}= \sum_k \left( \frac{F^2\nu A\Gamma^kn_s^k}{RT} \fr...
...ight]} {\left( 1+\exp\left[(n_{\rm app}^kF/RT)(E-E^k)\right] \right)^2} \right)$ (5)

Adjusting for each peak the coverage $ F^2\nu A\Gamma^kn_s^k/RT$, one reduction potential ($ E^k$), and one value for the apparent number of electrons ( $ n_{\rm app}^k$).

You set the initial parameters following the instructions on screen: for each peak, you have to click where you guess its position is and enter the value of $ n_{\rm app}$.

Christophe Leger 2009-02-24