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In the derivation of the rate equations thus far, it has been assumed that a one electron-transfer, single-step reaction was involved. In other words the single occurrence of an electron transfer led to the single occurrence of the overall reaction. This is not always true of electrode processes as is exemplified by the oxidation of carboxylate anions (the Kolbe electrosynthesis) to a hydrocarbon, where two electron transfer steps must occur to yield 1 mole of the product: / / / . , determines the fraction of the electrode potential that assists the forward reaction.
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Anodic Oxidation by Sidney D. Ross, Manuel Finkelstein and Eric J. Rudd (Eds.)