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Owing to spherical diffusion, a diffusion layer is obtained with constant thickness, therefore resulting in time-independent limiting-current plateaus. This implies that its current is (almost) not affected by convection of the solution, therefore it can be used in flowing streams as long as turbulent behaviour in solution is avoided. Converting the small currents measured at ultramicro electrodes results in higher current densities compared with the values obtained at micro electrodes. This is also caused by the spherical diffusion path.
This is a simplification arising from the Nernst diffusion-layer concept. Primarily, this applies to transport by diffusion, where the current according to the first law of Fick is proportional to the concentration gradient of the reacting component at the electrode surface. Nernst assumes that the concentration profile is linear in a large part of the depletion layer, bordering the electrode surface. By extrapolating the linearised profile, a thickness of the diffusion layer (depletion layer or enhancement layer for the reacting component and the reaction product, respectively) can be calculated.