Echem++ — an Object Oriented Problem Solving Environment for Electrochemistry. Part 1. A C++ Class Collection for Electrochemical Excitation Functions

Science Direct Working Paper No S1574-0331(04)70142-3

32 Pages Posted: 6 Jun 2017 Last revised: 6 Jan 2018

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Bernd Speiser

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

K. Ludwig

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

L. Rajendran

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

Date Written: January 2004

Abstract

We describe the object oriented analysis, design and implementation (in the programming language) of the excitation function concept. Excitation functions are used to either drive an electrochemical experiment or form the basis of numerical simulation in electrochemistry. They are assembled from segments, defining a functional relationship between an independent variable and a dependent (exciting) variable. The concept is part of our approach to a problem solving environment in the context of computational electrochemistry. Various paradigms of object oriented programming are exemplified by this work. Some applications of the package are given and discussed.

Keywords: object oriented analysis, problem solving environment, electrochemical data analysis, experimental control, computational electrochemistry, simulation

Suggested Citation

Speiser, Bernd and Ludwig, K. and Rajendran, L., Echem++ — an Object Oriented Problem Solving Environment for Electrochemistry. Part 1. A C++ Class Collection for Electrochemical Excitation Functions (January 2004). Chemistry Preprint Archive Vol. 2004, Issue 1, pp 118-149. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2978945

Bernd Speiser (Contact Author)

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

Tübingen
Germany

K. Ludwig

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

Tübingen
Germany

L. Rajendran

University of Tuebingen - Department of Organic Chemistry

Tübingen
Germany

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