anodic polarization

anodic polarization

[ə′näd·ik pō·lə·rə′zā·shən]
(physical chemistry)
The change in potential of an anode caused by current flow.
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Figure 1 shows the influence of pH values (1-4) of the plating bath on the potentiodynamic cathodic and anodic polarization parts of cyclic voltammogram curves.
The anodic polarization curves were recorded with sweeping speed 0.
By anodic polarization, the peaks and valleys are removed at the different rates (anodic leveling) and the smoothness is achieved up to the desired level.
The results of every electrochemical measurement were obtained as a computer printout of the shape of cathodic and anodic polarization curves as well as the value of corrosion potential [E.
Standard reference test method for making potentiostatic and potentiodynamic anodic polarization measurements.
2] or boron-doped diamond (BDD), a novel electrode material known for stimulating the formation of reactive hydroxyl radicals under anodic polarization (Marselli et al.
36, (37) The anodic polarization branch is slightly influenced by the filled and unfilled silane layer.
Typical Anodic polarization curves for Al matrix & composites containing 2, 4 & 6% by weight of Ti[O.
The anodic polarization curve for 316L posessed a positive slope indicating that the passive/oxide film was not truly protecting the material from corrosion even in the passive region.
2 V SHE, the active loop of the potentiostatic anodic polarization plot shows an increasing current density with increasing potential.
5% NaCl solution was investigated by carrying out EIS and anodic polarization curves.