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OXYGEN ADSORPTION BY THE SILVER ELECTRODE
CALVIN COLL GRAND RAPIDS MICH
A STUDY WAS MADE OF THE COULOMBIC EFFICIENCY OF THE SILVER ELECTRODE IN KOH solutions. The coulomb input during anodization is grear than the coulomb output during cathodization plus the coulomb equivalent of the O evolved. This is interpreted as due to adsorption of O by the electrode during the process in which AgO is formed. Both constant current and constant voltage conditions were used. Author