TITLE

Electrocatalytic hydrogenation of cyclohexanone: Simple dynamic cell design

AUTHOR(S)
Dubé, P.; Kerdouss, F.; Laplante, F.; Proulx, P.; Brossard, L.; Ménard, H.
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry;Jun2003, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p541
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The electrocatalytic hydrogenation of cyclohexanone has been investigated with catalytic powder particles made of metal nanoaggregates deposited on a nonconductive material such as activated carbon and alumina. The catalytic powder particles were suspended in the solution under vigorous stirring conditions. The brief contact of the powder particles with a porous carbon cathode was sufficient to form adsorbed hydrogen on the metallic nanoaggregates through water electrolysis and initiate the electrohydrogenation process. It is demonstrated that the key parameters of the electrohydrogenation process are both the nature of the metallic nanoaggregates and the nature of the non-conductive material. The hydrodynamics of the solution under vigorous stirring conditions have also been studied for the particular cell used in the present study.
ACCESSION #
16781764

 

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