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Active-passive transition shows potential sweep containing no dependence on rotation and square-pulse Ti(III) or speed and is explained by potentiostatic Ti(IV) formation of passivating measurements; film directly at electrode, rotating ring- rather than by dissolution- dis k electrode precipitation in a competl (Ti in H zS04) tive process with dissolution [l85] and hydrogen-evolution reaction Clectrochemical None Both solution and film-forming Oxide (Cu in alkaline reactions promoted by pres solution) ence of OH-.
Oxides and oxide films by John W Diggle