Chemical Modification of Carbon Electrodes.
NORTH CAROLINA UNIV AT CHAPEL HILL WILLIAM R KENAN JR LABS OF CHEMISTRY
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Using thermally generated carboxylic acid carbon surface functionalities, tetraaminophenylporphyrin is covalently bound amide bond to glassy carbon electrodes. The immobilized porphyrin and its in situ CoII metallated derivative yield clearly defined, reversible surface electrochemical waves with properties quite similar to those of the conventional solution forms. This is the first example of covalently-immobilized redox systems on carbon electrodes. Author
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy