I ordered in chemicals for doing some electrolysis work, one of which was Nickel Oxide. I didnt think to check if it was NiO, or Ni2O3. I was supposed to be using NiO for the Ni2+ ions, but I am curious how this would work out with Ni3+ ions? Will Ni3+ still reduce in the same manner as Ni2+? I was digging through some previous work, and saw a couple of places using 2Ni3+ + 2e- -> 2Ni2+, which made me think that it would reduce and plate in two steps. First going from 3+ to 2+, and then plating on. Does anyone know? Normally I would just give it a shot, but the rest of the electrolyte composition is too expensive for me to try and toss for no reason.