Electrodes and their production

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  • Assignees: Union Carbide Corp
  • Publication Date: July 21, 1965
  • Publication Number: GB-999193-A


999,193. Electric cells. UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION. Sept. 19, 1963 [Sept. 21, 1962], No. 36850/63. Heading H1B. A negative electrode for an alkaline secondary cell consists of a compound mixture of a conductive metal powder, a negative active material and solid NaOH or (preferably) solid KOH. Fe or Ni are examples of conductive powders and CdO or Cd(OH) 2 of active materials. Primary electrodes containing Zn may also be made in this way. The solid NaOH or KOH dissolves in use to give a highly porous electrode.




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