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OXIDATION OF HYDROGEN ON A POROUS NICKEL ELECTRODE,
AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY BOSTON MASS
Elevation of the sintering point of powder nickel electrodes reduces the activity of their surface diffusion current oxidation and subsequent reduction loosens and activates the surface of the nickel. The macroscopic polarization characteristics of porous electrodes are determined both by their kinetic and their structural properties. The electrodes studied were compared with each other and with a smooth nickel electrode and it was found that the best of the porous electrodes was 1000 times more active than the smooth nickel electode. Author
Okislenie Vodoroda na Poristom Nikelevom Elektrode, trans. of Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii (USSR) 1964, v. 37, no. 6, p. 1256-1260.
AF19 628 3880