Half Peak Potential (Ep/2)
The half peak potential is the potential where the (baseline corrected) current is half of the value of the peak current (ip). For instance, if a wave has a peak current of 4.6 µA, the Ep/2 of the wave is the potential at which the current is 2.3 µA. There are some fancy analyses that use the Ep/2, but they are beyond the scope of this text.
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