Investigation of the electrochemical dissolution of сonstantine electrode by polarization of an alternating current
The electrochemical behavior of Constantine electrode in hydrochloric acid solution by polarization of an alternating current by frequency of 50 Hz was studied. It was considered the influence of main electrochemical parameters (density of current on titanium and constantine electrodes, concentration of electrolyte, temperature of solution, frequency of an alternating current) on the process of alloy dissolution. The optimal parameters of the electrochemical dissolution of Constantine electrode were established. It was shown that dependіng on the electrolysіs condіtіon the constantine electrode are dissolving with forming ions of copper (І) and nicel (ІІ).
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