TITLE

Electrochemical behaviour of Mn3+/Mn2+, Co3+/Co2+ and Ce4+/Ce4+ redox mediators in methanesulfonic acid

AUTHOR(S)
Devadoss, V.; Noel, M.; Jayaraman, K.; Basha, C. Ahmed
PUB. DATE
March 2003
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry;Mar2003, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p319
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The redox behaviour of Mn3+/Mn2+, Co3+Co2+ and Ce4+/Ce3+ mediators commonly used in indirect oxidation of organic compounds were evaluated in methane sulfonic acid on a glassy carbon working electrode employing cyclic voltammetry. Manganic methanesulfonate exhibits higher instability in dilute methanesulfonic acid. The solid MnO, formed during disproportionation on the glassy carbon electrode further affects the reproducibility. Cobaltic methanesulfonate formation occurs only at oxygen evolution region rendering the overall oxidation process less efficient. Ceric methane sulfonate formation is highly efficient over a wide acid concentration range. Ceric methanesulfonate can also be employed over a wide temperature range to oxidize different aromatic compounds.
ACCESSION #
15102838

 

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