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In hopes of helping others that have the same question, I think a have a partial answer. From https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780124095472111497 "Traditionally, electrochemical double-layer theory has been concerned with the so-called ideally polarizable interfaces, at which by definition no electrochemical reaction takes place and ...


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In general scientific literature it is said that surface energy of solids is always positive but there is an unsaid assumption being made while doing so. The assumption being that we are talking about a pure single component system. The more accurate way to say this would be, The surface energy of all pure single component solids is positive. Now coming to ...


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