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On approximations to a class of Jaeger integrals

2011
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Proceedings of the Royal Society A
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The object of this paper is to revisit a family of improper integrals first investigated by Jaeger (Jaeger 1942 Proc. R. Soc. Edinb., A 61, 223-228). Of particular interest is a subclass related to axisymmetric diffusion as it occurs in contemporary electrochemistry, specifically chronopotentiometry and chronoamperometry; applications that demand precision well beyond what can be achieved by simple interpolation of the tabulated solutions given by Jaeger and coworkers. To that end, the paper

doi:10.1098/rspa.2011.0301
fatcat:lwkpanzvyvbffn2zsax3cst2mi