The anodic behaviour of zinc in KOH solution. V: Galvanostatic polarization with an interruption
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Galvanostatic polarization experiments, in which the current flow is interrupted and re-established, show that the process of passivation is controlled by the transport of mass in the solution phase.
KeywordsZinc Physical Chemistry Current Flow Solution Phase Polarization Experiment
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