Electrochemical Oxidation of Alcohol with Nickel Hydroxide Electrocatalyst Studied by the in Situ Techniques: Infrared Spectroscopy, Potential Modulated Reflectance Spectroscopy and Electrochemical Methods. An Attempt for Electrooganic Synthesis of Organic Acids
Both the organic phase and catalyst surface were monitored in situ during the electrochemical synthesis by just using two types of radiation. To monitor the organic phase we use infrared radiation , and to examine the catalyst surface we use UV-VIS radiation (320-800 nm) .
KeywordsCatalyst Surface Electrochemical Oxidation Electrochemical Synthesis Nickel Hydroxide Alkaline Electrolyte
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