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Partial anode effect in a two-compartment laboratory alumina reduction cell
Most laboratory systems investigating the aluminium production process utilize a single anode set-up. When approaching alumina depletion under constant current conditions in such a system, the potential will increase to high levels (>10 V) and initiate an anode effect and perfluorocarbon generation...
Effect of Coke Properties on the Bubble Formation at the Anodes During Aluminium Electrolysis in Laboratory Scale
Interfacial Boundary between Carbon Anodes and Molten Salt Electrolyte
The properties of calcined petroleum cokes (CPC), used in the anodes in the Hall-Héroult process, are important for the electrochemical behaviour of the anodes. CPCs from different sources vary not only in impurity level but also in microstructure. The trend of available CPCs for anode production...