An electrochemical study of the oxidation of hydrogen at platinum electrodes in several room temperature ionic liquids.
The electrochemical oxidation of dissolved hydrogen gas has been studied in a range of room-temperature ionic liquids (RTILs), namely [C(2)mim][NTf(2)], [C(4)mim][NTf(2)], [N(6,2,2,2)][NTf(2)], [P(14,6,6,6)][NTf(2)], [C(4)mpyrr][NTf(2)], [C(4)mim][BF(4)], [C(4)mim][PF(6)], [C(4)mim][OTf], and [C(6)mim]Cl on a platinum microdisk electrode of diameter 10 microm. In all cases, except [C(6)mim]Cl, a broad quasi-electrochemically reversible oxidation peak between 0.3 to 1.3 V vs Ag was seen prior ...Expand abstract
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