Structural Features of the Interface Between Liquid Aluminum and a Cryolite-Alumina Melt
One of the methods of studying the features of the interface or boundary between a metal and an electrolyte is the method of the electrocapillary motion of drops of metal in the electrolyte . Its application to melts has provided information on the metal-slag interfaced] and matte-slag interface . In the present work, the method of electrocapillary motion of drops of aluminum in a cryolite-alumina melt has been used in an attempt to elucidate the structural features of their interface.
KeywordsDielectric Constant Double Electric Layer Concentration Polarization Liquid Aluminum Metallic Aluminum
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