Sandwich Electrodes and Their Possible Application in Organic Electrosynthesis Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy
The concept of sandwich electrodes and their application in organic electrosynthesis will be discussed. Sandwich electrode (SE) (see e.g. ) consists of at least 3 layers: flat current collector, thin catalyst layer and special organic membrane.
KeywordsAtomic Force Microscopy Glassy Carbon Organic Anion Current Collector Electrocatalytic Oxidation
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