In principle heat effects caused by the passage of an electric current might arise from: electronic peltier effect at the junction of electrode/solution level, Joule effect due to solution resistance, electrochemical Petier effect at the interface level and the thermal effect due overpotential. What is the difference between the last two ones?


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