Dictionary:Warburg impedance

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(var’ boorkh) Impedance involved in current transfer at an electrode by a Faradaic path (q.v.); it is a measure of the rate of ion-diffusion. Varies inversely as the square root of the frequency. See also Cole-Cole relaxation model. Named for Emil Gabriel Warburg (1846–1931), German physicist.