"The apparent valence of lead was determined in one normal solutions of potassium nitrate, ammonium acetate, lead nitrate, and lead acetate at temperatures of 25 and 50°C. The current density was varied from 0.001 to 1.00 amp•cm -2. The apparent valence of lead ranged between 1.90 and 2.00 in all solutions. The lower valences were reached at higher current densities. The amount of disintegration was very small, and was dependent upon film formation on the surface of the anode.
Potential-current density relationships for the anodic dissolution of lead were obtained in the electrolytes mentioned above. In potassium nitrate and ammonium acetate solutions, the Tafel slopes were 0.030 volts. The proposed dissolution mechanism is
Pb(s) → Pb+(s) + e (fast)
Pb+(s) → Pb+2(s) + e (fast)
Pb+2(s) → Pb+2(aq) (slow)"--Abstract, page ii.
Johnson, James W., 1930-2002
James, William Joseph
Strunk, Mailand R., 1919-2008
Straumanis, Martin E., 1898-1973
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
M.S. in Chemical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
viii, 62 pages
© 1966 Christopher Kuo-chieh Wu, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Lead -- Dissolution
Lead -- Anodic oxidation
Corrosion and anti-corrosives -- Testing
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b1068329~S5
Wu, Christopher Kuo-chieh, "Anodic dissolution of lead in aqueous solutions" (1966). Masters Theses. 2944.