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Electrochemical fabrication and electrocatalytic properties of nanostructured mesoporous platinum microelectrodes

Nie, M.Y. and Elliott, J.M. (2005) Electrochemical fabrication and electrocatalytic properties of nanostructured mesoporous platinum microelectrodes. Journal of Materials Science & Technology, 21 (6). pp. 863-865. ISSN 1005-0302

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Abstract/Summary

Electrodeposition from a lyotropic liquid crystal template medium was used to produce nanostructured platinum microelectrodes with high specific surface area and high mass transport efficiency. Compared to polished and conventional platinized microelectrodes, well-ordered nanostructured platinum microelectrodes exhibited enhanced electrocatalytic properties for oxygen and ascorbic acid, whilst well-ordered nanostructured platinum microelectrodes offered improved electrocatalytic properties for oxygen reduction compared to disordered nanostructured platinum microelectrodes.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:11532
Uncontrolled Keywords:liquid crystal template, mesoporous, microelectrode, electrocatalysis, LIQUID-CRYSTALLINE PHASES, L(+)-ASCORBIC ACID, FILMS, ELECTRODEPOSITION, DEPOSITION, OXIDATION, BI

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