electrosynthesis


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electrosynthesis

(ē-lĕk″trō-sĭn′thĕ-sĭs)
The use of electricity to synthesize chemical compounds.
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Martins, NCT, Mourae Silva, T, Montemor, MF, Fernandes, JCS, Ferreira, MGS, "Polyaniline Coatings on Aluminium Alloy 6061-T6: Electrosynthesis and Characterization.
Recent research on microbial electrosynthesis has shown the conversion of CO2 into useful organic chemicals.
Specialists in electrochemistry, Fuchigami, Inagi, and Atobe introduce organic electrochemistry to graduate students, focusing on electrosynthesis and basic aspects of organic electrode electron transfer.
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.
The experimental setup for the electrosynthesis of magnesium hexaboride is described elsewhere [14-17].
Coplanar interdigitated band electrodes for electrosynthesis.
The common starting material, nitroethane was used in electrosynthesis reactions.
The Lead dioxide electrode is favoured as an anode material for the electrochemical oxidation processes and industrial electrosynthesis due to its high electrical conductivity (Chun and Bing, 1993), low electrical resistivity resembling metals (Mindt, 1969), chemical inertness and chemical stability (Grigger, 1964), hardness (Kuhn and Wright, 1971), high oxygen over-potential (Ruetschi et al.
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.