Oyama, Noboru and Anson, Fred C. (1980) Electrostatic Binding of Metal Complexes to Electrode Surfaces Coated with Highly Charged Polymeric Films. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 127 (1). pp. 247-250. ISSN 0013-4651 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:OYAjes80a
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Previous reports in which metal complexes have been attached to electrode surfaces coated with polymeric molecules have depended upon the formation of covalent or coordination bonds in the attachment procedure (1-4). Such schemes can be quite successful but depending, as they do, on rather specific surface chemistry, they are not applicable to as wide a variety of metal complexes as might be desirable. We have observed that coating graphite electrodes with polymers bearing charged ionic groups produces surfaces which strongly bind multiply-charged metal complexes bearing charges opposite to that on the attached ionic polymer. By exploiting this observation it is entirely possible that virtually any desired metal ion can be attached in large quantities to electrode surfaces by coordinating the metal ion with ligands that produce a multiply-charged complex ion.
|Additional Information:||©1980 The Electrochemical Society, Inc. Manuscript submitted July 31, 1979; revised manuscript received Oct. 22, 1979. Publication costs of this article were assisted by the California Institute of Technology. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation and the U. S. Army Research Office.|
|Subject Keywords:||electrochemical electrodes; graphite; polymer films; polymer electrolytes; voltammetry (chemical analysis); metals|
|Classification Code:||# 82.45.Fk Electrodes # 82.45.Mp Thin layers, films, monolayers, membranes (electrochemistry) # 82.45.Wx Polymers and organic materials in electrochemistry # 82.45.Gj Electrolytes (electrochemistry)|
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