electrosynthesis


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electrosynthesis

(ē-lĕk″trō-sĭn′thĕ-sĭs)
The use of electricity to synthesize chemical compounds.
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Mosivand, "Electrosynthesis and characterization of Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticles and their application in removal of congo red from water without UV radiation," Ceramics International, vol.
Casu et al., "A new terpyridine tethered polythiophene: electrosynthesis and characterization," Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, vol.
The electrosynthesis process was then carried out in the presence of PEG and PEI polymers with applying current density of 10 mA [cm.sup.-2] for 30 min.
Riley, "Templated electrosynthesis of nanomaterials and porous structures," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
(4.) Camalet, JL, Lacroix, JC, Aeiyach, S, Chane-Ching, K, Lacaze, PC, "Electrosynthesis of Adherent Polyaniline Films on Iron and Mild Steel in Aqueous Oxalic Acid Medium." Synth.
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.