Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis Via Nitrogen …

T1 - Electrochemical synthesis and nanoscale photoluminescence of poly(3-butylthiophene) nanowire

Electrochemical Synthesis of Zirconium n-Butoxide

Electrochemical synthesis of titanium suicides from chloro-fluoride melts has been investigated by thermodynamic calculation, voltammetry and electrolysis. The electrochemical synthesis of four titanium suicides (TiSi2, TiSi, Ti5Si4, Ti5Si3) was to be a one-step process, the stoichiometry of the deposited suicides being correlated with the concentration of Si and Ti ions in the melt.

Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis Via Nitrogen Reduction Under Mild Conditions

Electrochemical synthesis of nanoparticles - Technology

N2 - Electrochemical synthesis of titanium suicides from chloro-fluoride melts has been investigated by thermodynamic calculation, voltammetry and electrolysis. The electrochemical synthesis of four titanium suicides (TiSi2, TiSi, Ti5Si4, Ti5Si3) was to be a one-step process, the stoichiometry of the deposited suicides being correlated with the concentration of Si and Ti ions in the melt.

Patent US7314544 - Electrochemical synthesis of …

AB - We report on the electrochemical synthesis and direct observation of nanoscale photoluminescence (PL) of a single strand of poly(3-butylthiophene) (P3BT) nanowire. π -conjugated P3BT nanowires having a diameter of ∼200 nm were electrochemically synthesized by using 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate as a dopant, based on Al2 O3 nanoporous template. From the UV and visible absorption spectra, the doping and dedoping effects of the P3BT nanowires, through the treatment of HF and NaOH solvents, were investigated. By means of a laser confocal microscope with a high spatial resolution, we clearly observed the variation of light-emitting color and PL intensity in the nanoscale for the single strand of P3BT nanowire with different doping states.

Electrochemical synthesis of graphite intercalation compounds with low-or non-sulfur content


Electrochemical routes for industrial synthesis - SciELO

AB - The synthesis of yttrium oxide nanotubes using a nonaquous electrochemical method that involves oxide transfer to Y(III) precursors was investigated. The synthetic conditions used in the experiment for depositing yttrium oxide were designed to avoid the production of OH - by directly producing oxide phases. This was achieved by electrochemical reduction of oxygen atom transfer reagents under nonaqueous, aprotic conditions in the presence of Y(III) precursors. In the presence of Y(III) precursors the generation of oxide donor species resulted in the deposition of yttrium oxide. Repeated scanning over the potential range is found to result in decreasing reduction current and deposition of visible films on the electrode surface. Scanning electron microscopy of the deposits show the formation of uniform, horn-shaped nanotubes with narrow size distribution coexisting with small nodular deposits.

Main technological principals of electrochemical activation

N2 - We report on the electrochemical synthesis and direct observation of nanoscale photoluminescence (PL) of a single strand of poly(3-butylthiophene) (P3BT) nanowire. π -conjugated P3BT nanowires having a diameter of ∼200 nm were electrochemically synthesized by using 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate as a dopant, based on Al2 O3 nanoporous template. From the UV and visible absorption spectra, the doping and dedoping effects of the P3BT nanowires, through the treatment of HF and NaOH solvents, were investigated. By means of a laser confocal microscope with a high spatial resolution, we clearly observed the variation of light-emitting color and PL intensity in the nanoscale for the single strand of P3BT nanowire with different doping states.