Formation of palladium nanoparticles under pulse current in a dimethylformamide solution
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The morphology of palladium deposited by pulse electrolysis from dimethylformamide solutions of PdCl2 on the surface of graphite and ITO glass was studied. The effect of the value of cathode potential and electrolysis duration on the sizes of particles and their distribution in the substrate was investigated. It was shown that, on the substrate surface, deposits with particle sizes of 30–350 nm are formed.
KeywordsPalladium Cathode Potential Palladium Nanoparticles Palladium Particle Germ Formation
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