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Volume 42, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

The first two parts of this paper on titanium-based electrodes concentrated on the development of coatings comprising noble metals and their oxides suitable for use in chloride-bearing electrolytes. This concluding part deals with similar types of electrodes which act as counter electrodes in commercial processes where the product is made on the cathode. Many electrolytes in this category involve sulfuric acid, which means that oxygen evolves at the anodes. Applications for which these electrodes are used range from those operating at very high current density, such as electrogalvanising, to others at much lower current density, such as impressed current cathodic protection of rebar in concrete.

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