O. Takai

Nagoya University, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

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    ABSTRACT: An electrolytic water removal device using a solid polymer electrolyte membrane has been developed for controlling the humidity in the atmosphere of electrical control boxes. The device consists of a solid polymer electrolyte and thin film electrodes. The anode side of the device shows a dehumidifying effect while the cathode side shows a humidifying effect. This paper reports the evaluation and separation of the anode and cathode potentials by installing a gas port as a reversible hydrogen reference electrode attached to the water removal device. The polarization curves show that the anode potential remained stable at 2 V vs RHE, while the cathode potential changed significantly.
    Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 10/2000; 30(11):1235-1241. · 2.15 Impact Factor

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  • 2000
    • Nagoya University
      Nagoya, Aichi, Japan