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Application of Porous Electrode Theory on Metal Hydride Electrodes in Alkaline Solution
Journal of the Electrochemical Society
  • G. Zheng, University of South Carolina - Columbia
  • Branko N Popov, University of South Carolina - Columbia
  • Ralph E White, University of South Carolina - Columbia
Publication Date
1-1-1996
Document Type
Article
Subject Area(s)
Chemical Engineering
Disciplines
Abstract

Porous electrode theory was applied to estimate the exchange current density, the polarization resistance, and symmetry factor for LaNi4.27Sn0.24 hydride electrode in alkaline solution. The exchange current density, polarization resistance, and symmetry factor were determined from polarization curves which were obtained at low overpotentials.

Citation Information
G. Zheng, Branko N Popov and Ralph E White. "Application of Porous Electrode Theory on Metal Hydride Electrodes in Alkaline Solution" Journal of the Electrochemical Society (1996) p. 435 - 441
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ralph_white/126/