Dissolution of a Copper Electrode in Sulfuric Acid at Polarization by an Industrial Alternating Current

Author(s): A. B. Baeshov, A. S. Kadirbayeva and M. J. Jurinov

The electrochemical behavior of the copper electrode in sulfuric acid at polarization by an industrial alternating current was studied. It was investigated for the influence of the different parameters to the yield by current of the copper dissolution: the current density at the titanic electrode, the current density at the copper electrode, the electrolyte concentration, the electrolysis duration, and of the copper ions (II).

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