Publication detail

Pulse Deposition of Zinc in Alkaline Electrolytes for Ni-Zn Secondary Batteries

CHLADIL, L. DVOŘÁK, P. ČUDEK, P. NOVÁK, V.

Original Title

Pulse Deposition of Zinc in Alkaline Electrolytes for Ni-Zn Secondary Batteries

English Title

Pulse Deposition of Zinc in Alkaline Electrolytes for Ni-Zn Secondary Batteries

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Electrochemical deposition of Zn under the DC and various frequencies of pulse deposition modes was studied in pure 6 M KOH electrolyte saturated by zinc oxide. Current density was set up to the level of mossy deposit creation under DC condition. Morphology of deposit was visualized by scanning electron microscopy and the corrosion properties of the deposited layers examined by discharging/dissolution of the deposit after different open circuit voltage waiting times.

English abstract

Electrochemical deposition of Zn under the DC and various frequencies of pulse deposition modes was studied in pure 6 M KOH electrolyte saturated by zinc oxide. Current density was set up to the level of mossy deposit creation under DC condition. Morphology of deposit was visualized by scanning electron microscopy and the corrosion properties of the deposited layers examined by discharging/dissolution of the deposit after different open circuit voltage waiting times.

Keywords

zinc, deposition, pulse

RIV year

2014

Released

05.12.2014

Publisher

ECS

Location

st, Pennington, USA

ISBN

978-1-62332-230-4

Book

15th International Conference on Advanced Batteries, Accumulators and Fuel Cells (ABAF 2014)

Pages from

217

Pages to

223

Pages count

7

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT110555,
  author="Ladislav {Chladil} and Petr {Dvořák} and Pavel {Čudek} and Vítězslav {Novák}",
  title="Pulse Deposition of Zinc in Alkaline Electrolytes for Ni-Zn Secondary Batteries",
  annote="Electrochemical deposition of Zn under the DC and various frequencies of pulse deposition modes was studied in pure 6 M KOH electrolyte saturated by zinc oxide. Current density was set up to the level of mossy deposit creation under DC condition. Morphology of deposit was visualized by scanning electron microscopy and the corrosion properties of the deposited layers examined by discharging/dissolution of the deposit after different open circuit voltage waiting times.",
  address="ECS",
  booktitle="15th International Conference on Advanced Batteries, Accumulators and Fuel Cells (ABAF 2014)",
  chapter="110555",
  doi="10.1149/06301.0217",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="ECS",
  number="1",
  year="2014",
  month="december",
  pages="217--223",
  publisher="ECS",
  type="conference paper"
}