The Dissolution Kinetics of Lithiated NiO in Aqueous Acid Solutions
Transition metal oxides are of major importance in a number of areas of electrochemistry, foremost of which are the corrosion of transition metals and their alloys, various battery systems, and electrochemical catalysis. A study of the mechanism of oxide dissolution and the factors which control the dissolution kinetics should lead to a better understanding of the role of oxides in these various areas of electrochemistry.
KeywordsDissolution Rate Space Charge Region Anodic Potential Residual Current Dissolution Kinetic
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