Heat Produced During the Electrolysis of D2O With Titanium Cathodes
PORTLAND STATE UNIV OR DEPT OF PHYSICS
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Cold rolling 20 appears to increase both the amounts of excess heat and reproducibility obtained by electrolysis of acidified D2O with titanium cathodes. Unexpected elements such as chromium and iron were detected on the surfaces of cathodes after electrolysis. The presence of chromium was confirmed by neutron activation analysis.
- Physical Chemistry
- Fabrication Metallurgy