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Non-faradaic electrocatalysis. Part I. Acceleration of ester hydrolysis in the electrochemical double layer
(Elsevier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne, 1979)
Pulsation of potential of a gold electrode in the double-layer region, between the p.z.c. and a several hundred millivolts more positive value, was found to increase the rate of hydrolysis of tertiary butyl acetate. The ...
The dissolution of iron under cathodic polarization
(Pergamon Press, 1979)
It has been shown that the dissolution rate for iron at cathodic potential is higher than expected on the grounds of the Wagner-Traud mixed potential theory. This observation cannot be explained by a parallel chemical ...
Inhibitory effects of manganeous, cadmium and zinc ions on hydrogen evolution reaction and corrosion of iron in sulphuric acid solutions
(Pergamon Press, 1978)
The presence of metal ions (Cd2+, Mn2+, Zn2+), more electronegative than the cathodic potential for the hydrogen evolution reaction on iron in a 0.25M H2SO4 solution, inhibits the hydrogen evolution reaction and corrosion ...
Platinum-iridium catalyzed titanium anode. I. Properties and use in chlorate electrolysis
(Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 1975)
The use of dimensionally stable titanium anodes activated with Pt, Ir or ruthenium oxide for electrolytic chlorate production has been investigated. Simultaneous measurements were made of the amount of noble metal at the ...
The critical overpotential for zinc dendrite formation
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1979)
The critical overpotential for zinc dendrite growth is determined as 173 mV by the method described by Popov et al. . It was shown that this procedure can be applied successfully to metal deposition processes when there ...