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R. Whyatt a n d N. A. , 1979, 9, 351. 138 K . Micka, M. Svata, and V. Koudelka, J . Power Sources, 1979, 4, 43. 139 N. A. Hampson, C. Lazarides, a n d M. Henderson, J . Power Sources, 1981/82, 7 , 181. 141 C. Lazarides, N. A. Hampson, and G. M. Bulman, J . Power Sources, 1981, 6 , 83. C. Lazarides, N. A. Hampson, a n d M. Henderson, J . , 1981, 11, 605. 5 mol dm-3) where the attack is an 'advancing front'. '41 An alternative method has been proposed'42for the preparation of Plante porous positive electrodes in fully assembled cells.

These were to determine the charge capacity which gives the best utilization of the active material for a given polarization current and conditions of final potential ; to determine the smallest capacity for a given current load and a given limit on the termination of the reaction and the final polarization; and finally to determine the capacity which gives the best utilization of the active material for the given conditions. 18 cm for a final overpotential of 200 mV. There appears to have been no reported extension to this work, the suitability of the technique to the identification of the ultimate performance notwithstanding.

Chem. , 1980, 112, 355. 122 N. A. Hampson and J. B. Lakeman, J . Appl. , 1981, 11, 361. 123 N. A. Hampson, J. B. Lakeman, K. S. Sodhi, and J. G. , 1980, 11, 377. 124 D. B. Matthews, J . Electroanul. Chem. , 1981, 118, 157. 125 C. P. Wales, S. M. Caulder, and A. C . Simon, J . Electrochem. , 1981, 128, 236. 28 Electrochemistry However, the form of the polarization curves of the electrode indicated that limited rates of diffusion of the electrolyte and reduced contact between crystals of the active material (as a consequence of the porosity that is produced by cycling)could also act to reduce the capacity of a plate.

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