lead dioxide


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lead dioxide

 (lĕd)
n.
A poisonous brown crystalline compound, PbO2, used as an oxidizing agent in electrodes, batteries, and explosives.
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Contract awarded for lead dioxide specn:dynamit nobel
A typical lead-acid battery contains pure lead that is referred to as a negative electrode and lead dioxide that is used as a positive electrode.
Summary: Electro deposition of pure and doped lead dioxide on titanium substrate are described from acid bath at room temperature, voltage 3.
2003, "Morphologic Study of Electrochemically Formed Lead Dioxide," Eelctrochemica Acta, 48, pp.
An SLA cell has one plate of lead and another of lead dioxide, with a strong sulfuric acid electrolyte in which the plates are immersed.
ABSTRACT: The electrochemical anodic behaviour of lead dioxide, and mixed lead dioxide electrodes electrodepositd on stainless steel have been investigated for the oxygen evolution reactions in sulphuric acid electrolytes.
The opening and longest chapter in this collection examines the electrochemical behavior of modified titanium electrodes in aqueous solutions and develops a method for depositing lead dioxide on titanium electrodes.
Lead dioxide -- much higher OEP than Ir or Ru oxides but can be reduced by alloying etc
coli DNA by adding lead dioxide to the nutrient agar.
With flat plate design, each positive plate is a cast metallic lead frame that contains lead dioxide active material.
The investigations suggest that the stability and activity of the lead dioxide anode is influenced by the presence of Ce+3 / Ce+4 ions in the lead dioxide electrodeposits.