Effect of water-soluble polymers additive and surface treatment on particle size distribution are shown in this article.
Keywords: electrolytic copper powder, water-soluble polymer, polyvinylpyrrolidone, polyacrilamide, electropolishing, atomic force microscopy
The effect of sodium chloride concentration on the job ORTA electrodes. It is found that the electrodes OPTA, especially in the sodium chloride concentration below 50 g/liter, three groups occur conjugate processes, oxidation of chloride ions, the solid-phase oxidation of the anode material, dissolution of the active catalytic coating. The processes of oxidation of chloride ions prevail in current densities of 0.001 - 0.032 A/cm2 at high current densities become essential processes of oxidation of the ruthenium oxide coating. The oxidation of chloride ions, especially at concentrations less than 50 g/liter can be described as occurring in a constantly evolving anode active material due to its corrosion and solid-phase oxidation.
Keywords: ruthenium oxide-titanium anode, sodium hypochlorite, polarization dependence, water disinfection, tafel dependence, oxidation of chloride ions, solid-phase oxidation of the anode material, changes in the activity of the anode material, anion ruthenate, an
The effect of two surface-active substances (SAS) - polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) and polyacrilamide (PAA) on formation kinetics of anodic synthesized electrolytes for copper powders production was reviewed, as well as product properties. It was found that the copper powder properties defined by polymer film of PVP and PAA formed on cathode surface. Nanosized particles percentage increasing by dints of copper ions direct discharge from ammonia complex ions provided by polymer film. In the electrolyte containing PAA is possible to obtain copper powder with nanosized (less 100 nm) particles content of 50,2%, average size in nanosized range is 43nm with needle-dendrite particle shape
Keywords: electrolytic copper powder, vibrating cathode, polarization curve, chronopotentiometry, potential dip after current tripping, particle size distribution, water soluble polymer, nanosized particle, ammonia chloride, polyvinylpyrrolidone, polyacrilamide, am
The work investigated the cathode intercalation process alkali metal platinum under the influence of the alternating pulse current of aqueous and non-aqueous solutions containing alkali metal cations. By means of the method of pulse chronopotentiometry found that processes taking place at the platinum cathode polarization in water (neutral and alkaline) and in non-aqueous electrolytes include electrochemical adsorption and intercalation of solvent molecules into the adsorption layer of alkali metal ions. When this surface is oxidized in the intercalation platinum milder than pure platinum.
Keywords: Cathodic intercalation, the intercalation capacity, platinum.
In article the generalized given receptions of an electrolytic copper powder on catalytically active materials are cited at various temperatures.
Keywords: an electrolytic powder of copper, catalytically an active material, a lead dioxide, a manganese dioxide.