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AbstractWe examined the spatio-temporal behavior of an electrochemical system in the bistable regime, in which the system might take on either a high current density state (active) or a low current density state (passive) at one value of the externally applied voltage. The transition from the passive to the active state is accompanied by accelerating fronts with sharp interfaces, whereas the reverse transition from the active to the passive state exhibits much smoother spatial variations. Alsodoi:10.1515/zna-1995-1205 fatcat:dbiwyroo7ve3vds7yrvah7inyy