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Effect of admixture of silver on the rectifying properties of Cu−Cu2O cells

  • K. R. Dixit
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Summary

The effect of including silver in copper blocks on which rectifying layers of Cu2O are formed is determined experimentally. The rectification is maximum for 71/2% Ag when the temperature of formation of the layer is 800° C., but if the temperature of formation is 850° C. the maximum rectification is obtained with 6% Ag inclusion. It appears that the rectification is probably poverned by statistical laws.

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Cu2O Pure Copper Cuprous Oxide Silver Oxide Copper Block 
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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1941

Authors and Affiliations

  • K. R. Dixit
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  1. 1.Gujarat CollegeAhmedabad

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