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"Electrode materials for higher transfer of electrons (Higher Current Generation)"
January 10, 2016
I have a couple of questions:
#1: Please let me know some metal combination, which when used as electrodes, will provide the maximum transfer of electrons.
#2: How can I measure the number of electrons transferred (or the current) in "Nano-electrodes"? Say, I have a combination of Magnesium and Silver Nano-Electrodes, I would like to know of any method to detect the current flow between them in the presence of the electrolyte.
My question may be vague, but please do ask me it something is not clear.
Student - Be'er Sheva, Israel
Hi Ram. Indeed I have o idea what you're talking about. Sorry.
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finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
January 11, 2016
1) Electron transfer depends on more factors than that, but all other things being equal, I suppose the "best" electrode material will be whichever has the highest conductivity. I'm sure there are tables you can look up online or in textbooks for the conductivity of various metals and alloys.
2) An amp meter?
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