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Beginning with a construction based on a C-size (LR-14) battery container ('can'), encased in a strong PMMA-support and fitted with a removable cell top equipped with a manometer and a gas-outlet valve, a second and, finally, a more refined third generation cell was developed. The final (3rd...
The electrodeposition of α-nickel hydroxide is promoted by the simultaneous chemical corrosion of the electrode by an acidic nitrate bath. Chemical corrosion results in the formation of a poorly ordered layered phase which is structurally similar to α-nickel hydroxide and provides nucleation...
An electrochemically-based technique, which uses assessment of the oxygen reduction reaction at a rotating disc electrode, has been devised which shows promise as a method for studying nucleation and growth of mineral scale at a solid surface. In this paper the background and development of the...
Cationic polymerization of N,N,N-trimethyl–N-2-methacryl oxyethyl ammonium chloride (DMAEM-MC) was studied using a new synthesis technique and new initiator system, Sn2+. The Sn2+ was produced by the electrolysis of a sacrificial anode. The polymer was prepared in a batch reactor using only Sn...
The electrochemical nucleation of uranium in molten salts on vitreous carbon was studied using chronoamperometry. It is shown that, whatever the applied overpotential and the temperature of the melt, the nucleation of uranium is instantaneous, three-dimensional and controlled by hemispherical...
The electrochemical behaviour of pure aluminium and three of its alloys were investigated in 0.6m NaCl in the presence and absence of In3+ ions. The study comprised polarization and potentiostatic current–time measurements complemented by SEM–EDAX investigation. In 0.6m NaCl the corrosion...
The electrochemical behaviour of UIII in molten salts was studied at 715 ∘C under argon atmosphere in a molten equimolar NaCl–KCl mixture containing uranium ions in oxidation state III (UCl3). Three different complementary electrochemical methods were used, namely cyclic voltammetry,...
The effect of light intensity, flow rate and oxygen bubbling on the photocatalytic degradation rate of oxalic acid on a layer of TiO2 particles was investigated. At higher concentrations of oxalic acid (≥ 0.005 M) and photon flux intensity in the range 3.26 × 10−10 to 1.07 × 10−8 einstein...
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