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Title: Platin-Gold voltaic cell, would it work?
Post by: dieter on June 07, 2016, 05:06:00 PM
Would a simple voltaic cell with gold and platin work? And if so, how, as they both don't oxidize?

Alternatively a Gold-Gold cell could be tried, with two molecular variations or differing surface-properties of gold, or with two diffrent concentrations of electrolytes for the 2 electrodes.
Title: Re: Platin-Gold voltaic cell, would it work?
Post by: pomodoro on June 07, 2016, 05:29:19 PM
Yes it works best  :-[ in 98% H2SO4. I tried platinum black vs shiny Pt in air. Hydrogen Karpens at one atmosphere don't work for long. Check my posts from a few years ago when I did some experiments with Profitis. The power from the air Karpens ( not posted here) was so weak that it is not worth it. :o :o
Title: Re: Platin-Gold voltaic cell, would it work?
Post by: dieter on June 07, 2016, 05:47:10 PM
So the electron-negativity diffrence of the elements is limited by the factor of possible oxidation, I guess?
Title: Re: Platin-Gold voltaic cell, would it work?
Post by: profitis on April 05, 2019, 07:10:01 PM
'So the electron-negativity diffrence of the
elements is limited by the factor of possible
oxidation, I guess?'
>Nah.gold and plat will simply not corrodes one iota in koh,h2so4,naso4,nahco3 electrolyes.it'l work
Title: Re: Platin-Gold voltaic cell, would it work?
Post by: profitis on April 05, 2019, 07:12:18 PM
'The power from
the air Karpens ( not posted here) was so weak that it is not worth it. :o :o'>errm