noble potential

noble potential

[′nō·bəl pə′ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A potential equaling or approaching that of the noble elements, such as gold, silver, or copper, of the electromotive series.
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The third anodic peak at more noble potential characterizes the dissolution of nickel from its phases.
29) However, the third (-597 mV) and the fourth (-294 mV) anodic peaks at more noble potentials correspond to the dissolution of iron from the [Fe.
2] are more interesting, since at low deposition durations of up to about 3 min, the deposition takes place at more noble potentials.