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Electrochemical Dictionary
current flows at any time after application of the potential step will obey the Cottrell equation [i–iv].

Electrochemistry of Insertion Materials for Hydrogen and Lithium
By converting the Nyquist plot into the time domain, the Warburg impedance including the common factor oÀ1/2 becomes simplified to the Cottrell equation including .

Electrochemical Dictionary
Cottrell equation [i–iv].

Electrochemical Effect of Different Modified Glassy Carbon Electrodes on the Values of Diffusion Coefficient for Some Heavy Metal Ions
...the modified film electrodes, demonstrated in the application study for different heavy metal ions such as Hg2+ , Cd2+ , and Mn2+ . Cyclic . voltammetric effect by chronoamperometry (CA) technique was investigated to determination the diffusion coefficient (Df) values from Cottrell equation at these ions.

Electroanalytical Methods
which is called the Cottrell equation .

Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry
In the case of a fractal electrode, the relationship between the current and the time follows generalized Cottrell equation derived .

Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry
the Cottrell equation .

The kinetics of lithium transport through a composite electrode made of mesocarbonmicrobeads heattreated at 800 °C investigated by current transient analysis
In this work we call Eq. 1 the modified Cottrell equation .

http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/29955/53867095.pdf?sequence=1
This idea will be important for the derivation of the Cottrell equation in Section 2.2.3 and the cyclic voltammogram peak shape in Section 3.3.1.