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|Title:||Detecting Bifurcations in an Electrochemical Cell Employing an Assisted Reference Model Strategy|
|Publisher:||AMER CHEMICAL SOC|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A, 117(3)535-540|
|Abstract:||Bifurcations are detected in experiments involving the electrochemical oxidation of copper in phosphoric acid. Ideally, a bifurcation detection protocol requires a model with good qualitative and quantitative prediction capabilities that is also able to reproduce the drift inherent to the electrochemical experiment. A generic protocol for manipulation of nonlinear systems is proposed to achieve this goal. This protocol is based on a good qualitative predictor coupled to a modified Kalman filter that corrects the quantitative errors of the model point by point, adapting to the slowly varying conditions imposed by the electrochemical drift.|
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