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Theoretical Analysis of Current Distribution in Porous Electrodes
General equations describing the behavior of porous electrodes are developed. These equations are used to determine the initial and the steady‐state conditions in one‐dimensional porous electrodes ofExpand
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Ionic Mass Transfer and Concentration Polarization at Rotating Electrodes
I .. Rates of ionic mass transfer at nickel electrodes rotating about their axes In the center of stationary electrodes were studied using the ferri-ferrocyanide oouple In alkaline solutions. AExpand
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The Anodic Evolution of Ozone
Trends of the anodic ozone evolution reaction are characterized for several different anode material and electrolyte combinations. The effect of electrolyte temperature and concentration, currentExpand
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The solubility and diffusion coefficient of oxygen in potassium hydroxide solutions
The solubility of oxygen in aqueous KOH solutions has been measured by a Van Slyke apparatus and by an adsorption technique developed by Hildebrand. In the range of concentration of KOH between 0 andExpand
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Mass transfer by free convection at horizontal electrodes
Limiting currents were measured in an unstirred cell at horizontal cathodes facing upward. Electrolyte composition ranged from 0·01 to 0·7 M CuSO4 in 1·5 M H2SO4. Cathode sizes varied from 0.1–30 byExpand
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Bubble coalescence dynamics
Coalescence of electrolytically-generated, 50- to 600– μm-diameter gas bubbles was observed using an optical technique that employs a linear photodiode array to detect interface movement with aExpand
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Mass Transfer in Concentrated Binary Electrolytes
The macroscopic description of multicomponent diffusion serves as a basis for the development of equations in a useful form for electrochemical transport problems. A method is proposed for predictingExpand
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Ozone by Electrolysis of Sulfuric Acid
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Measurement of the electric resistance of human blood; use in coagulation studies and cell volume determinations.
Abstract A reliable rapid method for the measurement of electric resistance of small amounts of blood or similar material is presented. A pattern of change in the resistance of blood duringExpand
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