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EIS Investigation of Zinc Electrodeposition in Basic Media at Low Mass Transfer Rates Induced by a Magnetic Field

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This paper is devoted to the description of magnetic field effects on zinc electrodeposition from basic media. The major effect of the magnetic field stems from a slight magnetohydrodynamic forced convection located close to the cathodic interface. Classical impedance analysis reveals that the reaction mechanism is governed by two diffusing species, Zn(II) and OH-, the contributions of which have been discerned. This leads to a good agreement between experimental and theoretical impedance diagrams and shows, once again, that the magnetic field exerts no effect upon the transfer kinetics.

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hal-04287191 , version 1 (15-11-2023)

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Olivier Devos, Omar Aaboubi, Jean Paul Chopart, Etienne Merienne, Alain Olivier, et al.. EIS Investigation of Zinc Electrodeposition in Basic Media at Low Mass Transfer Rates Induced by a Magnetic Field. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 1999, 103 (3), pp.496-501. ⟨10.1021/jp9835263⟩. ⟨hal-04287191⟩
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