Electrochemical Cell Design by S. N. Chatterjee (auth.), Ralph E. White (eds.)

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C: &. E 60 0 u c: . ,. l! :i 40 r£ 0 ';; ;. is -g 30 0 >< " iL ;; 0 20 ~ 10 o~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ o ru M M M M M ro M M W onalyte cothalyte ~. Figure 16. 0X10-4 cm/s (see Table 3). Finally, it should be mentioned that Pe /Pe in equation 32 can be c rewritten as ~: Pe Pe c i/(FF 1 ) v (35) where NH is the Hine number because since Hine and Yasuda (15) were 51 A DIAPHRAGM-TYPE CHLORINE CELL Table 3. 605 X 10-8 mOl/em2s * 19 © © Used to prepare Figure 14. A = (-D -/N. 605 8 52 R. E. WHITE ET AL. 30 i, Current Density, A/cm2 Figure 17.

21 em, - - predicted by equation 12). (7) have presented values for DOH- and Hine (13) has presented values for Kavg' These values are on the order of those shown in Table 1 but without measured values for N_ -Mac ,for the diaphragms used by Hine, et a1. (9) it is impossible to determine quantitatively the utility of Additional experimental work in which N_ -Mac is measured needs to be done. the model presented here. 36 R. E. WHITE ET AL. 94 :: . 88 ~ ~ "c U ;. 80 2 3 4 y Figure 3. • 5 6 7 8 9 10 4, Velocity, cm/s Comparison of model predictions and the experimental data from Ref.

WHITE ET AL. Thus, a negative sign for NOH- means that the flux of OH catholyte to the anolyte. is from the Equation 2 can be simplified by assuming that the current density through the diaphragm is related simply to the potential gradient through the diaphragm as follows: (4 ) i where K is defined to be the average specific conductivity of the avg electrolyte within the diaphragm. Both DOH- and K are defined here avg to be constants over the range of effluent concentrations of interest at a given temperature (these quantities will be discussed further below).

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