Iron porphyrin-modified electrodes: influence of the method of modification on the stability and electroactivity in oxidation of sulfite or hydrogensulfite in ethanol-water solutions
The aim of this work is to study four types of modification of a glassy carbon electrode by Fe(III)-tetrakis(p-tetraaminophenyl)porphyrin and determine the influence of the method of immobilization of the complex on glassy carbon in electrocatalytic properties for the sulfite and hydrogensulfite oxidation in ethanol-water. The first modification was deposition of a drop of solution containing the porphyrin on a glassy carbon electrode and evaporation of the solvent (dry-drop method). The second method was immersion of the electrode at 54°C in a solution of dimethylformamide containing the porphyrin for 2h. The third method consisted of the same heating treatment but after formation of a chemical bond of 4-aminopyridine on the glassy carbon surface, which acts as an axial ligand for the first layer of porphyrin. The fourth method involves electropolymerization of the porphyrin on the electrode surface. Important differences in stability, the potential where the oxidation wave begins and selectivity of the electrode to sulfite or hydrogensulfite were observed. The behavior of the polymer-modified electrode is different in water compared to ethanol-water.© 2009 Taylor & Francis.
|Título según WOS:||Iron porphyrin-modified electrodes: influence of the method of modification on the stability and electroactivity in oxidation of sulfite or hydrogensulfite in ethanol-water solutions|
|Título según SCOPUS:||Iron porphyrin-modified electrodes: Influence of the method of modification on the stability and electroactivity in oxidation of sulfite or hydrogensulfite in ethanol-water solutions|
|Título de la Revista:||JOURNAL OF COORDINATION CHEMISTRY|
|Editorial:||TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD|
|Fecha de publicación:||2009|
|Página de inicio:||2782|