# ?V.V. Losev and A.P. Pchel’nikov (Soviet Electrochem. 6, 34 (1970)) obtained the

**Chapter 19, Problem P19D.4**

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V.V. Losev and A.P. Pchel’nikov (Soviet Electrochem. 6, 34 (1970)) obtained the following current–voltage data for an indium anode relative to a standard hydrogen electrode at 293 K:

\(\begin{array}{lllll}-E^{\prime} / \mathrm{V} & 0.388 & 0.365 & 0.350 & 0.335 \\j /\left(\mathrm{A} \mathrm{m}^{-2}\right) & 0 & 0.590 & 1.438 & 3.507\end{array}\)

Use these data to calculate the transfer coefficient and the exchange-current density. What is the cathodic current density when the potential is 0.365 V? Hint: The value of \(E^{\prime}\) with j = 0 is the equilibrium potential.

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-E^prime/V & 0.388 & 0.365 & 0.350 & 0.335 over j/(A m^-2) & 0 & 0.590 & 1.438 & 3.507

E^prime

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