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Development and electrochemical studies of ruthenium based mixed oxide catalyst electrodes for chlorine evolution

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Lianxi Yang


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Experimental results are presented which allow comparison of the electrochemical performance of RuO2/Ti, Ru0.3Sn0.7O2/Ti and Ru0.3V0.7O2/Ti catalysts prepared on a titanium substrate by thermal decomposition from respective precursors. The highest activity for chlorine evolution is observed on the Ru0.3V0.7O2/Ti electrode, lower on Ru0.3Sn0.7O2/Ti and least on RuO2/Ti. Voltammograms obtained in the polarisable region are used to characterize the different electrodes. Further more an analysis of the catalytic activity and reaction kinetics of the developed electrodes in NaCl are presented.

Publication metadata

Author(s): Yang LX, Farr JPG

Publication type: Article

Publication status: Published

Journal: Chemical Research in Chinese Universities

Year: 2002

Volume: 18

Issue: 2

Pages: 133-138

ISSN (print): 1005-9040

ISSN (electronic): 2210-3171

Publisher: Jilin Daxue