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The deposition of indium and zinc on vitreous carbon was studied by voltammetric, galvanostatic and single potentiostatic pulse techniques. The morphology and composition of deposits were analysed by SEM/EDX. The codeposition process occurs without the formation of alloys or intermetallic...
The mechanism of copper corrosion and its inhibition were studied using electrochemical techniques, in situ scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (EQCM) methods. The morphological changes of Cu (111) were followed in 0.1 M Na 2 SO 4 solution at pH...
This paper describes the mathematical modelling and experimental work performed to evaluate porous cathodes for the electrochemical reduction of nitrates and nitrites in alkaline waste streams. A dynamic model of a batch process was developed that included a divided cell with a porous cathode, a...
Handled stainless steel (SS) structures often need accurate passivating treatments before use. Until now the most frequently used passivating pastes have been based on nitric (fluoridric) acid and, as a result, are responsible for consequent environmental problems. This work addresses the SS...
Silver/metal hydride (Ag/MH) cells of about 1 Ah capacity have been fabricated and their discharge characteristics at different rates of discharge, faradaic efficiency, cycle life and a.c. impedance have been evaluated. These cells comprise metal–hydride electrodes prepared by employing ∼60...
Platinum particles dispersed in a poly(2-hydroxy-3-aminophenazine) film (pHAPh/Pt) provide a better catalyst than smooth Pt for the electrooxidation of methanol and formic acid in perchloric acid aqueous solutions. The catalytic activity of the Pt particles is further enhanced when Sn is...
A two-dimensional electric model of vapour anode, multitube alkali–metal thermal-to-electric conversion (AMTEC) cells was developed. These cells are being developed to power the Pluto/Kuiper Express and Europa Orbiter spacecrafts, at NASA which are scheduled for launch early in the next...
An electrochemical method is used to measure mass transfer coefficients between an electrolytic solution and the inner core of a system formed by stationary coaxial cones of the same apex angle. A swirling decaying flow is induced by means of a tangential inlet at the system base. The average...
The electrochemical behaviour of zirconium metal and Ebonex ® cathodes during the electrolysis of sulphite ions in sulphuric acid, at temperatures from 20 to 90 ∘C, is reported. The inactivity of these materials for the reduction of sulphite ions to sulphur is demonstrated, making the...
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