HEAT TREATED MACROCYCLES FOR O//2 REDUCTION ELECTRODES.

R. Holze, Daniel Alberto Scherson, D. Tryk, S. Gupta, E. Yeager

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Abstract

The object of this study is to gain more detailed information concerning the conditions involved in the heat treatment necessary to obtain enhanced electrocatalytic activity. The results provide strong evidence that both the thermally treated macrocycle and the cobalt, either initially bound to the macrocycle or otherwise added, are important for high O//2 reduction activity. This conclusion is at variance with the view of I. Iliev et al. and of G. Gruenig et al. , which is that the metal is not required for electrocatalytic activity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages399-401
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1984 Dec 1
Externally publishedYes

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Cobalt
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Holze, R., Scherson, D. A., Tryk, D., Gupta, S., & Yeager, E. (1984). HEAT TREATED MACROCYCLES FOR O//2 REDUCTION ELECTRODES.. 399-401.

HEAT TREATED MACROCYCLES FOR O//2 REDUCTION ELECTRODES. / Holze, R.; Scherson, Daniel Alberto; Tryk, D.; Gupta, S.; Yeager, E.

1984. 399-401.

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Holze, R, Scherson, DA, Tryk, D, Gupta, S & Yeager, E 1984, 'HEAT TREATED MACROCYCLES FOR O//2 REDUCTION ELECTRODES.' pp. 399-401.
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