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Electrical impedance at the surface of Pd/H/H2 electrodes

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Barton, J.C., Lewis, F.A., McIlhagger, D.S. et al. Electrical impedance at the surface of Pd/H/H2 electrodes. Naturwissenschaften 48, 216–217 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00597477

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  • Electrical Impedance