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The ion distribution within the diffuse layer is given by the solution of the Poisson equation which relates the divergence of the gradient of the electric potential $ to the charge density p at that point (see for instance [23, 24]): divgrad^ ^ $ =-— (83) The compact layer is positively charged and in contact with an electrolyte solution which forms a diffuse layer of charges. The ion concentration distribution within the electrical potential $ obeys Boltzmann: c- = c" e ^ c+ = c+ e " ^ (84) where z~ and z'^ are the valencies of the anions and cations respectively.
The scale bar has a length of 25/im. (redrawn from ) Another elegant approach was suggested by Meunier et. al. who presented a custom made objective based on a modified Schwarzschild objective. Its optic axis is perpendicular to the studied layer and consequently the complete area is in focus. The design is ideally suited for dynamic investigations and the alignment is easier than for the previously discussed solution. 2 Beyond t h e diffraction limit The high vertical resolution of ellipsometry is not matched by the achieved lateral resolution.
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