electrosynthesis


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electrosynthesis

(ē-lĕk″trō-sĭn′thĕ-sĭs)
The use of electricity to synthesize chemical compounds.
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Recent research on microbial electrosynthesis has shown the conversion of CO2 into useful organic chemicals.
Applications of these materials in electroanalysis, biosensing, electrosynthesis, environmental remediation, energy conversion and storage will be covered.
Bipolar electrochemistry can be used for detecting analyts in microfluidic channels, in electrosynthesis, water spiliting and for increasing fuel cell performances.
Among his topics are electrocatalysis, electrochemical sensing through porous materials, the magneto- and photo-electrochemistry of porous materials, and microporous materials in electrosynthesis and environmental remediation.
Bazzaoui, M, Martins, LI, Bazzaoui, EA, Martins, TI, "New Single-Step Electrosynthesis Process of Homogeneous and Strongly Adherent Polypyrrole Films on Iron Electrodes in Aqueous Medium.
Rehan, Electrosynthesis and characterization of a new electro-active polymer from 2-phenylazo-1-naphthol, Polym.
TSX-V: VRB) is pleased to announce it has entered into technology development agreements with Electrosynthesis Company Inc.
You will learn about a wide range of electrosynthesis and separation technologies that are used, or could be used, in both the mainline processes and for pollution control in the pulp and paper industry.
white LEDs"); electrosynthesis for fuel manufacture and electricity storage; and better electricity storage devices such as intercalation batteries and high-performance "ultracapacitors.
According to conference organizers, topics to be addressed at the meeting include fuel cells; advanced primary and secondary batteries; electrochemical supercapacitors; electrolytic and electrosynthesis systems; sensor systems; photoelectrochemical systems; elaboration and characterization; systems integration; and commercial aspects.
The acquisition of the Electrosynthesis Company, based in Buffalo, New York, forms part of Innogy's plans to develop its pioneering electricity storage business, Regenesys.
We previously described another arraying mode based on the electrosynthesis of a conducting polymer film, including ODNs (9-11).