# What does the slope of a Levich plot represent?

I know that the limiting current is proportional to the square root of the rotation speed, but what does the slope of the plot represent?

If a bulk concentration is the same as the concentration at the surface of the electrode (the mass-transfer is very high) than the current will be independent on $\sqrt\omega$ and will be constant at the value $i_K$.
The slope of the bold line represent deviation form Levich line and tend towards the limit $\lim_{\sqrt\omega \to \infty} i = i_K$. The higher the speed of rotation is, the less is the electrode reaction limited by mass-transfer effects.
The Levich line (dashed; $\frac{i}{\sqrt\omega}$ ) is constant only when $i_K$ is much larger.