electrochemical equivalent


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electrochemical equivalent

n
(Chemistry) the mass of an element liberated from its ions or converted into them by one coulomb of electric charge
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where: m is the deposit weight [g], Fe% and Ni% [wt.%] are the percents of iron and nickel in deposits, respectively, [Eq.sub.1] and [Eq.sub.2] are the electrochemical equivalent [g x [C.sub.-1]] of [Fe.sup.2+] and [Ni.sup.2+], respectively, I is the deposition current [A], and t is the deposition time [s]; we obtain theoretical equations of the balance sheet cathode (5) / (13) and replacement anode compartment by the degree of transformation [[eta].sub.NiFe] of the component values in each balance equation with equation ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), assessment of theoretical equations are obtained (14) / (23) (Tab.
Figure 8 shows typical Nyquist diagrams, together with the electrochemical equivalent circuit used in each curve to fit the impedance data.
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