A two-phase (liquid-liquid) mixture was introduced into a flow-through porous electrode cell in order to study mass transfer behavior. An increased understanding of fundamental aspects of electrolysis in two-phase systems would be beneficial, especially in porous electrodes where industrial interest is high. Experiments were carried out on a flow-through porous electrode with the direction of current flow perpendicular to the direction of solution flow. Mass transfer was measured for single and two-phase flow where the reactant was in either the continuous phase or in both of the phases.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - Dec 1 1984|
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