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Anodic deposition of lead dioxide at Nafion® covered gold electrode

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Anodic electrodeposition of lead dioxide at the bare and Nafion® covered gold electrode was studied by cyclic voltammetry and chronoamperometry. The results showed that Nafion® layer has a favourable effect on the efficiency of the deposition process which was caused by both thermodynamic and kinetic reasons. Electrodeposition process at Nafion® covered gold electrode goes via Pb(III) intermediate species which are stabilized within Nafion® membrane. The final PbO2 deposit crystallizes in tetragonal β-PbO2 form.

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The authors are indebted to Professor György Inzelt for many valuable and fruitful discussions led during our cooperation in recent years. The support of Croatian Science Foundation under the project ESUP-CAP (IP-11-2013-8825) is greatly acknowledged.

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Burazer, S., Sopčić, S. & Mandić, Z. Anodic deposition of lead dioxide at Nafion® covered gold electrode. J Solid State Electrochem 20, 3053–3059 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10008-016-3261-0

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Keywords

  • Gold Electrode
  • PbO2
  • Rotate Disk Electrode
  • Oxygen Evolution Reaction
  • Electrodeposition Process