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RESULTS of our potentiometric measurements of the photovoltaic effect in the ultra-violet region on platinum and mercury electrodes in aqueous solutions of sulphuric acid, potassium hydroxide and… (More)
ANODIC photocurrents are often produced when polarized metallic electrodes covered with oxide or other semiconducting material are illuminated in solutions1. The primary process is here the… (More)
As has been already reported1–3, a photocurrent is produced when a dropping mercury electrode is sufficiently strongly illuminated in solutions not absorbing the light.