The anodic behaviour of gold: Part 1 - Oxidation in acidic solutions
Nicol, M.J. (1980) The anodic behaviour of gold: Part 1 - Oxidation in acidic solutions. Gold Bulletin, 13 (2). pp. 46-55.
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The anodic behaviour of gold is of fundamental importance not only in processes involving the metal, such as its extraction, refining, electroplating, electroetching and electropolishing, but also in the many uses of gold in which its resistance to corrosion is critical. The first part of a review of this subject is presented here. Part II, dealing with reactions in alkaline media, will appear in the next issue of Gold Bulletin.
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