Control of the electro crystallization process is essential in the deposition of metals from aqueous electrolytes. A knowledge of the influence of mass transfer on the metal ion reduction is a critical element in any number of electrolytic processes, particularly where relatively high current densities are desired. The use of more positive ion tracer techniques as a means of experimentally determining some of the mass transport properties of interest are described. Examples for copper, zinc and zinc alloys electrolysis are included. © 1989 Chapman and Hall Ltd.
H. M. Wang et al., "Evaluation Of Mass Transport In Copper And Zinc Electrodeposition Using Tracer Methods," Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 174 - 182, Springer, Mar 1989.
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