deposition potential

deposition potential

[‚dep·ə′zish·ən pə′ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
The smallest potential which can produce electrolytic deposition when applied to an electrolytic cell.
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From XRD and EDX analyses, pure silver has been detected in the deposit obtained at a deposition potential of -0.
Pure silver has also been detected in the deposit obtained at a deposition potential of -0.
However, the deposits obtained at the applied deposition potential of -0.
3] ionic liquids at applied deposition potential of -0.
Provision of transport and deposition potential of cold mixes in road centers county road agency Carpentras - supply depot on emulsion 65% - supply and transport of aggregates on various projects located on the territory of the agency county road from Carpentras.
shellfish, deposit feeders) results in "organic stripping," with less organic material in resulting feces, thereby reducing the net organic load and benthic deposition potential.
However, pseudofeces are very light and flocculent, with even less deposition potential than mussel feces.
In should be noted that although deposition potential is related to organic loading, increases or decreases in organic load may or may not necessarily be reflected in deposition within the site lease area.
shifts the deposition potential of Zn to less negative values) because of the presence of [Ni.
This signifies that the decrease in pH of the plating bath generally decreases the cathodic deposition potential of the alloy, whereas the lowering of its overpotential makes the deposition process easier.
A potential sweep, encompassing the deposition potential for the conversion of Cu(2+) +2e(-) [double dagger] Cu(0), is then applied to the rotating disk electrode and the metal plating occurs as would happen in the plating bath.
Although, the polarization curve of Zn-Ni and Zn-Ni-Fe alloy deposition lies between the polarization curves of each deposition Zn and Ni and/or Fe, but Zn-Ni-Fe alloy deposition potential is nobler than Zn-Ni deposition potential; this may be due to codeposition of Fe into the alloy.