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Slow Diffusion Reveals the Intrinsic Electrochemical Activity of Basal Plane Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite Electrodes / Martin A Edwards; Paolo Bertoncello; Patrick R Unwin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Volume: 113, Issue: 21, Pages: 9218 - 9223
Swansea University Author: Paolo, Bertoncello
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Slow Diffusion Reveals the Intrinsic Electrochemical Activity of Basal Plane Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite Electrodes
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Electrochemical activity of basal plane HOPG electrodes using ultra-thin Nafion LS films. This is one of the first papers in which SECM has been used to evaluate the different reactivity of basal and edge planes in highly oriented pyrolytic graphite electrodes using voltammetric methods. This is of paramount importance to understand the different electrocatalytic behaviour of carbon materials. The author designed the experiment with related theoretical model and wrote the paper. This is one of the significant papers published as a result of a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship held at Warwick University.
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