ELECTRODE REACTIONS AND RATE PROCESSES IN NONAQUEOUS ELECTROLYTES.
Final rept. for 16 Feb 61-30 Jun 65,
OREGON STATE UNIV CORVALLIS DEPT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
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Research was concerned with two projects in nonaqueous electrochemistry. One project investigated high-temperature thermally activated voltaic cells with solid electrolytes the other investigated low-temperature cells in liquid sulfur dioxide. Optimization of the fabrication of stabilized zirconia electrolytes, the vapor deposition of anode metals, and the evaluation of oxygen cathodes in cells at high temperatures were principal investigations in the thermally activated systems. Investigations of suitable reference electrodes, electrolytic conductivity, polarization parameters, and voltaic-cell investigations were made in liquid sulfur dioxide. Author