RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES.

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Abstract

Adsorption of C1** minus , HSO** minus //4 and H//2PO** minus //4 ions on electrodes formed by electrodeposition of silver on thin silver or gold layer has been studied in acidic medium (mostly in 1 mol dm** minus **3 HC10//4). Potential dependence of the adsorption has been determined at low concentration of these species (c less than 10** minus **3 mol dm** minus **3). It is shown that the onset of the anodic dissolution of silver is preceded by a significant adsorption of the anions. Potential dependence of the adsorption of labelled Ca**2** plus ions was studied in alkaline medium (0. 1-1. 0 mol dm** minus **3 NaOH) at low Ca**2** plus ion concentrations. It is found that a significant adsorption occurs at low potentials where the formation of surface oxides cannot be assumed only the electrosorption of OH** minus ions is expected on the basis of literature data.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationExtended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry
PublisherInt Soc of Electrochemistry
Pages853-855
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1984

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Silver
Gold
Copper
Adsorption
Electrodes
Ions
Electrodeposition
Dissolution
Negative ions
Oxides

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Horányi, G., & Joó, P. (1984). RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES. In Extended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry (pp. 853-855). Int Soc of Electrochemistry.

RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES. / Horányi, G.; Joó, P.

Extended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry. Int Soc of Electrochemistry, 1984. p. 853-855.

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Horányi, G & Joó, P 1984, RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES. in Extended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry. Int Soc of Electrochemistry, pp. 853-855.
Horányi G, Joó P. RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES. In Extended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry. Int Soc of Electrochemistry. 1984. p. 853-855
Horányi, G. ; Joó, P. / RADIOTRACER STUDY OF ADSORPTION OF IONS AND ORGANIC SPECIES ON GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ELECTRODES. Extended Abstracts, Meeting - International Society of Electrochemistry. Int Soc of Electrochemistry, 1984. pp. 853-855
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