Electro-Oxidation: Principles, Materials and Applications

Soren Briard (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013000



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Electro-Oxidation: Principles, Materials and Applications provides an overview of the most relevant literature and novel research in nanostructured Pt-based electrocatalysts for low-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells directly fed by C2-C4 alcohols.

An overview of different voltammetric sensors based on the electro-oxidation of clinically important compounds is provided, and the applications of voltammetry extended from single to multi-component determination are discussed.

Additionally, a brief review is provided regarding the main results and conclusions obtained and published by the authors’ research groups in recent years related to the preparation and characterization of different types of electrocatalysts using aBCs as catalyst support.


Chapter 1. Pt-Based Electrocatalysts for the Electrooxidation of C2-C4 Alcohols: Current Status and Future Challenges
(Juan Manuel Sieben Andrea E. Alvarez and Rodrigo M. Castagna, Instituto de Ingeniería Electroquímica y Corrosión, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, Argentina, and others)

Chapter 2. Electro-Oxidation in the Development of Voltammetric Sensors for Clinically Important Compounds
(Girish Kumar Krishnapillai, Sanu K. Anand and Manna Rachel Mathew, Department of Applied Chemistry, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, Kerala, India)

Chapter 3. A Short Review of Biocarbon Materials as Catalyst Support for Ethanol Electro-Oxidation
(Elen Leal da Silva, Célia de Fraga Malfatti, Nestor Tancredi and Andrés Cuña, Area Fisicoquímica, DETEMA, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República, Uruguay, and others)


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