Clay-modified electrodes. 5. Preparation and electrochemical characterization of pillared clay-modified electrodes and membranes

  title={Clay-modified electrodes. 5. Preparation and electrochemical characterization of pillared clay-modified electrodes and membranes},
  author={Kingo Itaya and Allen J. Bard},
  journal={The Journal of Physical Chemistry},
Donnees sur la preparation des electrodes a couches d'argile sur la surface en traitant de la montmorillonite avec [Fe 3 (OCOCH 3 ) 7 OH.2H 2 O]NO 3 , du chlorure de zirconyle ou des solutions d'hydroxy-aluminium, suivi de chauffage. Donnees sur le comportement de voltammetrie cyclique des ions incorpores dans ces couches d'argile (par exemple Fe(bpy) 3 2+ ), dans des solutions aqueuses et non aqueuses 

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