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Polycrystalline, thin films of ZnSe semiconductor compound were formed by cathodic electrodeposition from acidic aqueous selenite solutions of zinc sulphate, by using a potentiodynamic technique involving the application of repeated double pulses of controlled potential. Conditions for obtaining...
Three different concepts for H 2 –Cl 2 fuel cells have been evaluated. An ordinary PEM fuel cell based on a Nafion membrane, a fuel cell based on a combination of circulating hydrochloric acid and a Nafion membrane and a system based on a phosphoric acid doped Polybenzimidazole (PBI) membrane....
A novel yet efficient method for the computation of simplified tertiary current density and surface concentration distributions in electrochemical processes is presented. The method is rooted in the important physiochemical property that the activation potential is constant and uniform for given...
This work deals with experimental steady-state mass transport at the electrodes of thin cells employing a fixed disk and a disk rotating at low angular velocities. Theoretical solutions in the literature for mass transport to fixed disks under such laminar Bödewadt flow conditions are reviewed....
Negatively charged myoglobin (at pH values above its isoelectric point) was immobilized with the positively charged polyion polyethyleneimine (PEI) on pyrolytic graphite electrodes. A modified form of the common layer-by-layer technique was proposed, which consisted in forming non-ordered cast...
The electrocatalytic properties of an AB 5 -type hydrogen storage alloy towards the electrochemical hydrogenation of unsaturated organic compounds have been studied by a solid electrolyte method using electrochemical hydrogenation of nitrobenzene as a model reaction. Voltammetric studies reveal...
The electrolytic destruction of thiocarbamates in NaCl solutions takes place mainly through indirect electrolysis with Cl 2 , HOCl, ClO − and other oxidising species. The electrochemical destruction of thiocarbamates EPTC and Vernolate was studied in different Cl 2 , HOCl, ClO − domains in...
To determine optimum conditions for the synthesis of LiNiO 2 by the combustion method, syntheses were carried out in air and under oxygen at various calcination temperatures and for different times. The electrochemical properties of the prepared samples were then investigated. The optimum...
Mass transfer has been studied at rotating cylinder electrodes of woven-wire meshes using the reduction of ferricyanide as test reaction. The experimental data are well correlated by an empirical expression between the Sherwood number and the Reynolds number, both in terms of the hydraulic...
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