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Division of partial rates of copper ionization, anodic oxide formation and chemical dissolution of Cu (I) oxide by chronoammetry of RRDE

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The method of RRDE chronoammetry is used to divide the polarization current of Cu-electrode into components, corres-ponding to copper ionization, anodic formation and chemical dissolution of Cu (I) oxide. Oxide formation current decreases with time at potentials of Cu (I) oxide growth and increases at potentials of Cu (II) oxide growth. The rate of copper active dissolution increases with potential of disk polarization. It does not reveal a systematic dependence on time. The current of oxide Cu (I) chemical dissolution generally decreases with time and disk potential.

Keywords

anodic dissolution of copper; anodic oxide formation; corrosion; RRDE chronoammetry

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UDC

544.653.2

Pages

2196-2200

Received

2013-05-15

Section of issue

Section 1. KINETICS OF ELECTRODE PROCESSES

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