With a big graphite cathode, the mixed potentials, which were only slightly lower than the open rest potentials of the cathode, were almost unchanged with time after short circuiting of the cell, and the relationship between the anodic current and time can be represented by an electrochemical equation.

The continuous, momentum, energy, voltage and electrochemistry equations of molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) were described. The computation fluid dynamics(CFD) method was presented to simulate the output performance of MCFC numerically, such as some important parameter distributions of temperature, power and current density etc.

According to the electrochemical equation deduced in this paper, the binding constant of 1.36 × 105 (mol/L)-1 and the binding size of 1.94 (base pairs) of CFX with ctDNA were obtained by nonlinear fit analysis of the electrochemical data.

Based on thermo-electrochemical equation for an electrode reaction, the entropy change of it can be obtained by the thermo - electrochemical technology (TECT).

Application of thermal electrochemical equation to metal-hydride half-cell system

Application of thermal electrochemical equation to metal-hydride half-cell system was investigated, and the influence of state of charge on the thermal electrochemical performance of hydrogen storage materials was studied.

By using an electroless configuration with a diaphragm separating anol yte and catholyte, the anodic dissolution rate of nickel matte in acidic chloride solution was investigated.Under direct short circuiting of the cell, the coupled reactions were driven by the open circuit rest potentials of the nickel matte and the rotating graphite disk-iron chloride couple. The mixed currents and potentials were measured at different conditions. The reaction rate at a coupled graphite cathode was found to depend on iron...

By using an electroless configuration with a diaphragm separating anol yte and catholyte, the anodic dissolution rate of nickel matte in acidic chloride solution was investigated.Under direct short circuiting of the cell, the coupled reactions were driven by the open circuit rest potentials of the nickel matte and the rotating graphite disk-iron chloride couple. The mixed currents and potentials were measured at different conditions. The reaction rate at a coupled graphite cathode was found to depend on iron ion concentra tion, temperature and rotating rate of graphite disk. The anodic dissolution was well correlated by a mechanism involving the solid phase diffusion and electron charge transfer. With a big graphite cathode, the mixed potentials, which were only slightly lower than the open rest potentials of the cathode, were almost unchanged with time after short circuiting of the cell, and the relationship between the anodic current and time can be represented by an electrochemical equation. The apparent activation energy for nickel matte to dissolve in acidic FeCl_3 solutions is about 8.208 kJ/mol.

The continuous, momentum, energy, voltage and electrochemistry equations of molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) were described. The computation fluid dynamics(CFD) method was presented to simulate the output performance of MCFC numerically, such as some important parameter distributions of temperature, power and current density etc. Comparing the numerical results of the distributions of temperature with the experimental data in a kW class stack, it shows the good agreement and proves the higher reliability of...

The continuous, momentum, energy, voltage and electrochemistry equations of molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) were described. The computation fluid dynamics(CFD) method was presented to simulate the output performance of MCFC numerically, such as some important parameter distributions of temperature, power and current density etc. Comparing the numerical results of the distributions of temperature with the experimental data in a kW class stack, it shows the good agreement and proves the higher reliability of the numerical model.