Electrochemical studies of titanium ions (Ti4+) in equimolar KClNaCl molten salts with 1 wt% K2TiF6

@article{GuangSen1987ElectrochemicalSO,
  title={Electrochemical studies of titanium ions (Ti4+) in equimolar KClNaCl molten salts with 1 wt\% K2TiF6},
  author={Chen Guang-Sen and Masazumi Okido and Takeo Oki},
  journal={Electrochimica Acta},
  year={1987},
  volume={32},
  pages={1637-1642}
}
Abstract The electrochemical reduction of Ti4+ ions in equimolar KClNaCl melts containing less K2TiF6 (1wt%) on a Pt electrode, was studied at 973 K by means of linear sweep voltammetry, stationary current density—potential curve and ac impedance methods. It was found that the reduction of Ti4+ ions in the molten salts proceeded in the following four consequent steps: Ti4+ + e = Ti3+; Ti3+ + e = Ti2+; Ti2+ + 2e = Ti(Pt alloy); Ti2+ + 2e = Ti(pure). And according to ac impedance measurements… Expand
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