The Effect of Morphology of Activated Electrodes on their Electrochemical Activity
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The aspects of the newest developments of the effect of surface morphology of activated electrodes on their electrochemical properties are discussed. These electrodes, consisting of conducting, inert support which is coated with a thin layer of electrocatalyst, have applications in numerous electrochemical processes such as fuel cells, industrial electrolysis, etc. The inertelectrodes are activated with electrodeposited metals of different surface morphologies, for example, dendritic, spongy-like, honeycomblike, pyramid-like, cauliflower-like, etc. Importantly, the authors correlate further the quantity of a catalyst and its electrochemical behavior with the size and density of hemispherical active grain.
Keywords:Polarization Curve / Diffusion Layer / Graphite Electrode / Dendritic Growth / Exchange Current Density
Source:Electrodeposition: Theory and Practice, Series: Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, 2010, 48, 163-213
- This is the author's version of the accepted, peer-reviewed manuscript: Popov K.I., Živković P.M., Nikolić N.D. (2010) The Effect of Morphology of Activated Electrodes on Their Electrochemical Activity. In: Djokic S. (eds) Electrodeposition. Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, vol 48. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-5589-0_4
- Published version: https://cer.ihtm.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4098