The Effects of High Magnetic Field on the Deposition of Silver
Deposition of silver was observed under a high gradient magnetic field. When a copper wire was placed on a piece of filter paper which was wet with silver nitrate aqueous solution (0.5 mol dm<SUP>−3</SUP>), the deposition of silver grew uniformly around the wire at zero field. In the presence of the magnetic field (B<SUB>max</SUB> = 8 T), the area of the deposition at the center of the magnetic field decreased. Diffusion of ions generated in the reaction seems to be affected by the high gradient field.
- Chemistry letters
Chemistry letters 1996(3), 219-220, 1996-03-05
The Chemical Society of Japan