Electrolysis of Organic Compounds with Use of Ion-Exchange Membranes

  • M. Ya. Fioshin


The effectiveness of many electrochemical processes is determined by the presence of a porous partition or diaphragm, which separates the electrolyzer into cathodic and anodic compartments. In processes of electrosynthesis of organic compounds the diaphragm has usually the role of separating the electrolysis products so as to prevent reverse oxidation or reduction and also to prevent mutual contamination of the products.


Central Compartment Electrochemical Synthesis Sebacic Acid Cathode Compartment Anode Compartment 


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