Site Selective Generation of Sol–Gel Deposits in Layered Bimetallic Macroporous Electrode Architectures

Abstract : The elaboration of an original composite bimetallic macroporous electrode containing a site-selective sol–gel deposit is reported. Regular colloidal crystals, obtained by a modified Langmuir–Blodgett approach, are used as templates for the electrogeneration of the desired metals in the form of a well-defined layered bimetallic porous electrode. This porous matrix shows a spatially modulated electroactivity which is subsequently used as a strategy for targeted electrogeneration of a sol–gel deposit, exclusively in one predefined part of the porous electrode.
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Hélène Lalo, Yémima Bon-Saint-Côme, Bernard Plano, Mathieu Etienne, Alain Walcarius, et al.. Site Selective Generation of Sol–Gel Deposits in Layered Bimetallic Macroporous Electrode Architectures. Langmuir, American Chemical Society, 2012, 28 (5), pp.2323-2326. ⟨10.1021/la204679u⟩. ⟨hal-01941835⟩

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