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Electrocatalysis on Surfaces Modified by Foreign Metal Adatoms
An approach to the problem of electrocatalysis, which consists of modification of electrode surfaces by foreign metal adatoms, is presented. The paper reviews the work done in the author's lab on the effects of foreign ...
The dissolution of iron under cathodic polarization
(Pergamon Press, 1979)
It has been shown that the dissolution rate for iron at cathodic potential is higher than expected on the grounds of the Wagner-Traud mixed potential theory. This observation cannot be explained by a parallel chemical ...
A new type of d.c. arc as spectrochemical light source
(Elsevier BV, 1974)
A new type of d.c. arc light source for spectrochemical purposes has been developed. The horizontal arc burning in a graphite tube is placed in an inhomogeneous magnetic field. The limits of detection of In and Pb have ...
Acceleration of electrocatalytic reactions by pulsation of potential: Oxidation of formic acid on Pt and Pt/Pbads electrodes
(Pergamon Press, 1978)
Pulsating potential electrolysis has been applied to one typical electrocatalytic reaction ie, the oxidation of formic acid on platinum and platinum partially covered by lead adatoms electrodes. It has been found that much ...
Control of intramolecular γ-alkylation vs. α-alkylation of an αβ-unsaturated ketone: An unusual solvent effect
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 1979)
Most base-solvent combinations convert (2) into (3); γ-alkylation to yield (5) is effected by sodium hydroxide in dimethyl sulphoxide-water mixtures in which the water content is critical.
Electrocatalysis by foreign metal monolayers. Oxidation of formic acid on palladium
Catalytic effects of foreign metal monolayers deposited at underpotentials have been found for the oxidation of formic acid on palladium electrode. Palladium is known to form no poisoning species in oxidation of HCOOH. ...
Inhibitory effects of manganeous, cadmium and zinc ions on hydrogen evolution reaction and corrosion of iron in sulphuric acid solutions
(Pergamon Press, 1978)
The presence of metal ions (Cd2+, Mn2+, Zn2+), more electronegative than the cathodic potential for the hydrogen evolution reaction on iron in a 0.25M H2SO4 solution, inhibits the hydrogen evolution reaction and corrosion ...
Effect of codeposition of polymer on the morphology of electrodeposited copper
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1979)
Poly(4-vinyl pyridine-co-methyl methacrylate), which is soluble in water in its protonated form and insoluble as a neutral molecule, has been synthesized and introduced into an acid bath for copper deposition. Potential-sweep ...
A simple boundary condition at semiconductor-insulating substrate interface of a TFT
(Elsevier BV, 1977)
Using the Wexler, Green and Miles (WGM) procedure, a criterion is given for neglecting the electric field in insulating substrate of a Thin Film Transistor in presence of surface states. It is shown that this is fulfilled ...