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High frequency mass transfer responses with polyaniline modified electrodes by using new ac-electrogravimetry device

Abstract

For many years, polyaniline films have appeared to be one of the most studied conducting polymers. At the same time, ac-electrogravimetry has been used as a powerful technique for different polymer films but in general for slow perturbation rates. Two reasons for that: on the one hand, high frequency mass transfer responses are not expected and on the other hand, the electronic interfaces dedicated for ac-electrogravimetry are not prepared to follow, without distortion, high rate frequency shifts, faster than a few hertz. This paper shows that high ionic transfer responses can be detected by using a new ac-electrogravimetry concept. The experiments conducted with PANI tried to verify whether high frequency responses in conducting polymers are possible or not. The main interest of the new device is to reach the high frequency values directly and to demonstrate an ionic transfer contribution at 1 kHz which was not predicted with old systems.

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hal-04112460 , version 1 (31-05-2023)

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R. Torres, Y. Jimenez, A. Arnau, Claude Gabrielli, Suzanne Joiret, et al.. High frequency mass transfer responses with polyaniline modified electrodes by using new ac-electrogravimetry device. Electrochimica Acta, 2010, 55 (21), pp.6308-6312. ⟨10.1016/j.electacta.2010.02.009⟩. ⟨hal-04112460⟩
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