Hello, my name is Hideshi. It’s my first time posting here or in any other internet thread (github, stackexchange, etc) so please forgive me if I don’t adhere to community common sense.
I am currently interested in the Pourbaix diagram app, especially those of multiple components, such as Ru Ir mixed oxides for OER. However, I am confused with one thing:
If I change the ratio of Ru:Ir from 50%:50% to for example, 80%:20% using the composition slider bar, I am expecting the concentration [mol/kg] to also be affected. However, in the web application, the concentration slider remains the same as before.
- Is this because the concentration slider only shows the magnitude (1e-8, 1e-7, etc) and not the exact concentration?
- If so, how can I tell the concentration of the ions which the Pourbaix app calculates for me?
I tried reading the documentation of the Pourbaix application, but I still don’t really feel like I understand how to use the “concentration slider” and “composition slider” of this tool. I would really appreciate it if someone could help me out.
As a side note, congratulations on this really successful database. Last month, I saw it had 70,000 inorganic compounds, but as I am writing this, it has more than 83,000. Amazing!