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Tabbed Window: Surface Concentrations

Tabbed Window: Surface Concentrations

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<%EXTOGGLE%>Command Group: Active Simulation


Command: Edit
Edit the simulation parameters associated with the active simulation.

Command: Run
Runs a C-Surface Concentrations simulation using the default fixed-grid simulator.

Command: Adaptive Grid Simulator
Runs a  C-Surface Concentrations simulation using the adaptive-grid simulator.

Command: Pause
Pauses or continues the currently running  C-Surface Concentrations simulation.

Command: Break
Breaks  the currently running  C-Surface Concentrations simulation.


File Command: Export
Exports the C-Profiles simulated for the active simulation.

<%EXTOGGLE%>Command Group: Display


Command: Zoom
Zooms the screen display by pressing down the left mouse button and draw a rectangle around the region which is to be zoomed. The zoom command can be repeatedly applied.

Command: Unzoom
Undo the zoom command.

Command: Refresh Screen
Redraws the screen display.

<%EXTOGGLE%>Command Group: Show

Option: Surface Concentrations
Shows surface concentrations.

Option: Surface Coverage
Shows surface coverage.

<%EXTOGGLE%>Summary: Play Movie


Showing surface concentrations profiles for a completed simulation

Adjusting the speed with which the surface concentrations are drawn

Setting a break-point to pause the drawing of the surface concentrations at a predefined potential

Exporting surface concentrations referring to the potential value where the simulation was paused

Changing the default color with which the surface concentration of a particular species is plotted

Selecting the distance from the center of the electrode for which the surface concentrations are drawn in the case of a 2D-simulation (disc or band electrode)

Running a simulation for a charge transfer reaction comprising species involved in an adsorption equilibrium

Viewing the simulated surface coverage and watching how the latter is changing for the individual species in the course of the simulation