Study on Kinetics of Growth and Weight of Vanadium Gel on Short-Circuited Probes from Various Materials

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Study on Kinetics of Growth and Weight of Vanadium Gel on Short-Circuited Probes from Various Materials

August 26, 2021 Chemical and Material Science 0

The development of technical processes in the chemical and metallurgical industries has resulted in a considerable growth in research chemical systems with the goal of putting them into practise. The findings of investigations on the speed of increasing vanadium gel on short-circuited probes made of various metals, mainly copper and aluminium, are presented in this article. It is demonstrated that the material of a probe and the configuration of probes in a solution affect the pace of rising gel on probes. The electrochemical character of this process can be determined by studying the formation of vanadic gel on metal probes made of various metals. The formation of vanadic mesogels can be viewed as a macroscopically visible expression of self-organizing processes that occur spontaneously in a solution.

Author (S) Details

Sulejmenov Esen Nurgalyevich
Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty 050000, Republic of Kazakhstan.

Utelbayeva Akmaral Bolysbekovna
Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty 050000, Republic of Kazakhstan.

Meldeshov Amangeldy Abdychalikovich
Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty 050000, Republic of Kazakhstan.

Romanteyev Yuri Pavlovich
Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty 050000, Republic of Kazakhstan.

Utelbayev Bolysbek Toychibekovich
Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty 050000, Republic of Kazakhstan.

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