Pseudocapacitance from delocalized valence electrons
What is it about?
The transfer of localized and delocalized valence electrons corresponds to the Nernstian behavior and capacitive behavior of different electrode materials.
Why is it important?
Pseudocapacitance is an exception that cannot be explained by the Nernst equation.
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