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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The deposition time, deposition potential and Bi(III) concentration were investigated using acetate buffer solution (0.1 mol [L.sup.-1]) as supporting electrolyte and potential step of 1.95 mV, while the solution was stirred.
Effect of Deposition Potential. The effect of deposition potential on the morphology of tin deposits obtained in ionic liquid/water mixture (30% [H.sub.2]O, v/v) is examined, as shown in Figure 4.
From XRD and EDX analyses, pure silver has been detected in the deposit obtained at a deposition potential of -0.12 V (from the first reduction waves [C.sub.1] and [C'.sub.1]) by constant potential method.
Single visit fruit setTo confirm the pollen deposition potential of different pollinators during a single visit, their effectiveness in terms of fruit set percentage was also calculated.
For enhancing the stripping signal of dissolved [Ag.sup.+], a systematic study on experimental parameters including the working electrode, deposition potential, and deposition time was optimized.
Nickel films were electrodeposited from the electrolyte containing 0.1 mol/L nickel sulfate, 0.01 mol/L nickel chloride, 0.05 mol/L boric acid, and 0.3756 mol/L diethanolamine at the deposition potential of 1.3 V.
Interception, consumption, and digestion of organic portions from the fed trophic level (e.g., fish) by organic extractive species (e.g., shellfish, deposit feeders) results in "organic stripping," with less organic material in resulting feces, thereby reducing the net organic load and benthic deposition potential. Shellfish are deployed beside fish cages in some openwater IMTA systems.
On the other hand, the use of additives in the electrodeposition bath is very vital due to their influence on the gain of an appropriate deposition potential and, growth and structure of the deposits obtained.
Potentials above 1.6V, the deposition potential of PbO2 film, and the currents measured for electrodeposition is a measure of the rate of PbO2 electrodeposition.
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.