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Electrochemistry of Uranium on Liquid Cadmium Electrode in LiCl-KCl Eutectic. / Novoselova, Alena; Smolenski, Valeri; Mushnikov, Peter.
в: Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Том 171, № 4, 042504, 01.04.2024.

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Novoselova A, Smolenski V, Mushnikov P. Electrochemistry of Uranium on Liquid Cadmium Electrode in LiCl-KCl Eutectic. Journal of the Electrochemical Society. 2024 апр. 1;171(4):042504. doi: 10.1149/1945-7111/ad3aeb

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title = "Electrochemistry of Uranium on Liquid Cadmium Electrode in LiCl-KCl Eutectic",
abstract = "This work presents the electrochemical study of LiCl-KCl-UCl3 solutions at the temperature range 673–823 K on inert and reactive electrodes, i.e. W and Cd, respectively. On inert electrode, U(III) ions were reduced to metallic uranium through one step and the mechanism of the cathode reaction was irreversible. The diffusion coefficients of U(III) ions in molten chloride eutectic and liquid cadmium were calculated. On reactive electrode, U(III) ions were reduced with depolarization and were accompanied by the formation of intermetallic compound UCd11. The reactions of the cathodic deposition and anodic dissolution of the U-Cd alloy were studied and the conditions of the alloy formation via galvanostatic electrolysis were found. The solubility and the activity of uranium in liquid cadmium were determined.",
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N2 - This work presents the electrochemical study of LiCl-KCl-UCl3 solutions at the temperature range 673–823 K on inert and reactive electrodes, i.e. W and Cd, respectively. On inert electrode, U(III) ions were reduced to metallic uranium through one step and the mechanism of the cathode reaction was irreversible. The diffusion coefficients of U(III) ions in molten chloride eutectic and liquid cadmium were calculated. On reactive electrode, U(III) ions were reduced with depolarization and were accompanied by the formation of intermetallic compound UCd11. The reactions of the cathodic deposition and anodic dissolution of the U-Cd alloy were studied and the conditions of the alloy formation via galvanostatic electrolysis were found. The solubility and the activity of uranium in liquid cadmium were determined.

AB - This work presents the electrochemical study of LiCl-KCl-UCl3 solutions at the temperature range 673–823 K on inert and reactive electrodes, i.e. W and Cd, respectively. On inert electrode, U(III) ions were reduced to metallic uranium through one step and the mechanism of the cathode reaction was irreversible. The diffusion coefficients of U(III) ions in molten chloride eutectic and liquid cadmium were calculated. On reactive electrode, U(III) ions were reduced with depolarization and were accompanied by the formation of intermetallic compound UCd11. The reactions of the cathodic deposition and anodic dissolution of the U-Cd alloy were studied and the conditions of the alloy formation via galvanostatic electrolysis were found. The solubility and the activity of uranium in liquid cadmium were determined.

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