By Richard C. Alkire, Heinz Gerischer, Dieter M. Kolb, Charles W. Tobias
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Oxides are always present on the surface of transition metals in alkaline solution. At open circuit they are intermediates in the mechanism of corrosion. The resistance of Ni towards corrosion in base is better than Fe or mild steel, especially at high caustic concentration and high temperature [23, 241. The role of surface oxides in the cathodic range of potentials depends on the conditions of their formation. Thus, a reducible layer of hydroxide Ni(OH), or even oxohydroxide NiOOH has been fomd  to be beneficial for the electrocatalytic activity.
Various metals can be prepared in Raney form [410, 413, 4141. In particular Co, Fe and Ni-Co have been compared with Ni. While in one case the presence of Co has been found detrimental , in another synergetic effects have been claimed for Raney Ni-Co alloys . Alloy compounds will be discussed later on. More complex structures have been designed to meet special technological requirements. A cathode developed by the Japanese chlorine industry  consists of a layer of Ni electrodeposited on steel, covered by a second layer of Ni co-deposited from a bath containing dispersed active charcoal, with on top a layer of an electroplated Ni - S alloy to impart better mechanical strength thus avoiding erosion of the active layer by evolving hydrogen.
386, by permission of Chapman & Hall. coverage is close to saturation of Erw. This enables the true surface area to be determined from the charge spent to ionize the adsorbed hydrogen. A capacitance value of 260pFcm-'  or of 1120mFcm-2  (depending on the procedure of calculation) has been suggested as a basis for surface area determinations. The amount of adsorbed hydrogen increases with increasing temperature as expected for an activated process. Comparison between gas phase and solution shows that water molecules occupy some of the sites otherwise covered by hydrogen .
Advances in electrochemical science and engineering by Richard C. Alkire, Heinz Gerischer, Dieter M. Kolb, Charles W. Tobias