depolarize

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de·po·lar·ize

(dē-pō'lăr-īz),
To deprive of polarity.
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Very few references were found in the literature about the effect of temperature on the electrode kinetics of irreversible reduction of organic depolarisers (Volke et al, 1955 , Ram Ratan et al, 1979 and Veerabhadram, 1984).
However, as there are no 'depolarisers' added to aid solubility/corrosion, this type of material is the most critical with regard to anodic current density and electrolyte composition (pH and chloride).
The potential use of sulphur dioxide as an anodic depolariser in copper electrowinning has been studied by Dawson et al(49).