in Rolla, Mo .
Written in English
|Statement||By Thomas Gordon Day, Phillip Hall Delano and W. T. Schrenk.|
|Series||School of Mines and Metallurgy. University of Missouri. Bulletin. Technical series,, v. 12, no. 2, June 1935|
|Contributions||Delano, Phillip Hall., Schrenk, Walter Theodore, 1891- .|
|LC Classifications||TA1 .M75 vol. 12, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||36027720|
The electrolytic separation of lead and lead dioxide from pre-roasted carbonate ore residues was studied using a variety of acid and alkaline baths. The optimum conditions and the efficiency of. The electrolytic determination of large amounts of lead as lead dioxide G. Norwitz, Analyst, , 76, DOI: /AN Electrochimica Acta. Vol. pp. to Pergamon Press. Printed in Northern Ireland EFFECT OF ADDITION OF LEAD ACETATE DURING THE DEPOSITION OF LEAD DIOXIDE FROM THE NITRATE BATH* S. VASUNDARA, K. C. NARA5IMNAM and H. V. K. UDUPA Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi-3, , India Abstract When lead dioxide is deposited from lead Cited by: 5. chemical treatment before lead can be plated as the dioxide. Silver, bismuth, and manganese will co-deposit as oxides on the anode with lead. Chromate, arsenic, antimony, tin, phosphate, and chlorine either hinder the deposition of the lead dioxide or contaminate the deposit. Mercury will cause part of the lead to co-deposit on the.
The ground samples were analysed for the quantitative determination. Afifi, S.E. and Madkour, L.H., Electrolytic deposition of metal values from Umm. Samiuki polymetal sulphides of lead. to separate lead trom other metals by deposition as peroxide. He used an acetic acid solution. Luckow (Dingl. Jour. , , ) first published a method tor the quantitative determination of lead as peroxide. He u••d. l~ tre. nitric acid and eleotroly••d tor ••veral houri. (5). Summary: Electrodeposition of pure and doped lead dioxide on titanium substrate are described from acid bath at room temperature, voltage - V and current density - A/cm 2. Prepared electrodes were tested for anodic oxidation of chromium(III) sulphate in sulphuric acid. The influence of an ultrasonic field on the deposition of lead dioxide on to a graphite substrate from an aqueous solution of lead nitrate and copper nitrate has been investigated. In general, the deposits were smooth, adherent and free from pinholes at anode current densities up to 10 A dm−2.
Behaviour and Analytical Use of Lead Dioxide Electrodes Under Pulse Treatment. Analytical Letters , 14 (3), DOI: / Taitiro Fujinaga, Tadayosi Yoshimura. ELECTROLYTIC BEHAVIOR OF ACETYLACETONE AT LEAD DIOXIDE . The electrolytic determination of lead as dioxide and its conversion into lead monoxide by ignition. A. J. Lindsey, , A.I.C. Abstract. The first page of this article is displayed as the abstract. amount of lead dioxide deposited on the anode. Keywords: Electrodeposition; Lead dioxide; Alpha-lead dioxide. 1. Introduction Electrodeposition, electroplating or electrochemical deposition is the process by which an applied current or potential is used to deposit a film of metal or alloy from by the reduction of metallic ions onto a conductive. The electrodeposition of lead dioxide on graphite substrates was studied earlier. In this work rotation or oscillation of the anode was employed to get a smooth and adherent deposit, free from pinholes. The influence of the addition of cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB), a cationic surfactant, to the bath during the electrodeposition of lead dioxide has been studied in the present work.