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Issue 3, 2006

Relevance of electron transfer mechanism in electrocatalysis: the reduction of organic halides at silver electrodes

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Abstract

The mechanism of dissociative electron transfer (ET) to a series of organic chlorides has been investigated both at an inert electrode and at a catalytic surface such as Ag; electrocatalysis is important only when breaking of the carbon–halogen bond is concerted with the ET.

Graphical abstract: Relevance of electron transfer mechanism in electrocatalysis: the reduction of organic halides at silver electrodes

Article information


Submitted
29 Sep 2005
Accepted
08 Nov 2005
First published
02 Dec 2005

Chem. Commun., 2006, 344-346
Article type
Communication

Relevance of electron transfer mechanism in electrocatalysis: the reduction of organic halides at silver electrodes

A. A. Isse, L. Falciola, P. R. Mussini and A. Gennaro, Chem. Commun., 2006, 344 DOI: 10.1039/B513801A

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