Intensification of ion transfer in chloride electrolyte of aluminum

О. М. Shabanov, L. А. Каzieva, R. Т. Каchaev, А. О. Маgomedova, S. I. Suleimanov


chloride electrolyte of aluminum, high-voltage electrical conductivity, activation, prolonged relaxation.


Electrical conductivity of molten chloride electrolytes of aluminum was established to increase with the rise of intensity of electrical field and reach its limiting values which inhundreds percents exceed the low-voltage values.  Melts transfer into inequilibrium state with increased electrical conductivity and prolonged relaxation under high-voltage microsecond impulses.