The Anomalous Dissolution of Iron As a Result of the Chemical Conjugation between Iron Ionization and Hydrogen Evolution View Full Text


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DATE

2001-03

AUTHORS

I. D. Zartsyn, A. E. Shugurov, I. K. Marshakov

ABSTRACT

Based on an idea about common intermediate particles, a physicochemical model of iron dissolution and hydrogen evolution is proposed. According to the model, the independence of the dissolution rate of a cathodically polarized metal of the potential is a particular case of chemically conjugate anodic–cathodic reactions. Parameters of the model calculated with the use of kinetic diagrams are compared with the experimental values. Assumptions which provide a satisfactory agreement between the calculated and experimental data are formulated. Equations describing the dissolution of iron both in the anodic and cathodic ranges are obtained. More... »

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138-143

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