MECHANISM OF THE DISCHARGING AND IONIZATION OF RHODIUM AND IRIDIUM IONS ON A GRAPHITE ELECTRODE IN THE PRESENCE OF MERCURY(II) IONS.

M. S. Chemeris, N. A. Kolpakova, A. G. Stromberg, Yu B. Vasil'ev

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Abstract

The mechanism of the discharging and ionization of rhodium and iridium on a graphite electrode was studied by the method of film polarography with accumulation. It is shown that in chloride solutions rhodium and iridium ions are not discharged on the graphite electrode whereas the addition of mercury ions to the investigated solutions permits the production of cathodic and anodic peaks of rhodium and iridium. Investigations of the mechanism and kinetics of the discharging and ionization of mercury in chloride solutions and in the presence of rhodium(III) or iridium(III) ions were conducted preliminarily.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSov Electrochem
Pages681-686
Number of pages6
Volume12
Edition5
Publication statusPublished - May 1976

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    Chemeris, M. S., Kolpakova, N. A., Stromberg, A. G., & Vasil'ev, Y. B. (1976). MECHANISM OF THE DISCHARGING AND IONIZATION OF RHODIUM AND IRIDIUM IONS ON A GRAPHITE ELECTRODE IN THE PRESENCE OF MERCURY(II) IONS. In Sov Electrochem (5 ed., Vol. 12, pp. 681-686)