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Differential capacitance (per unit area of interphase or electrode; SI unit \(\text{F m}^{-2}\)) is given by \[C=(\frac{\partial Q}{\partial E})_{T,p,\mu _{i},...}\] where \(E\) is the potential of the electrode with respect to a reference electrode, \(\mu _{i}\) is a set of chemical potentials which are held constant, \(T\) is the thermodynamic temperature, \(Q\) is the electric charge (per unit area of interphase or electrode), and \(p\) is the pressure.*Sources: *

PAC, 1974, 37, 499. 'Electrochemical nomenclature' on page 509 (https://doi.org/10.1351/pac197437040499)

PAC, 1983, 55, 1251. 'Interphases in systems of conducting phases (Provisional)' on page 1261 (https://doi.org/10.1351/pac198355081251)

PAC, 1974, 37, 499. 'Electrochemical nomenclature' on page 509 (https://doi.org/10.1351/pac197437040499)

PAC, 1983, 55, 1251. 'Interphases in systems of conducting phases (Provisional)' on page 1261 (https://doi.org/10.1351/pac198355081251)