Direct Formation of Nanofilament Structure of Metallic Silver on Electrode with Combination of Electrochemical and Photographic Techniques

Abstract

type:text

Metallic silver with a nanofilament morphology was directly formed on electrodes with a combination of electrochemical processes and a silver halide photography development reaction. Metallic silver was first electrodeposited on a substrate electrode, and then converted to silver iodide through a combined electrochemical/chemical process. The silver iodide on the electrode was then treated with a photographic developer solution, giving metallic silver with the nanofilament morphology. The use of carbon paper as the substrate electrode gave superior adhesive stability of the nanofilaments for future functionalization.

Journal

  • Chemistry Letters

    Chemistry Letters 48 (3), 274-276, 2019-02-28

    Chemical Society of Japan

Citations (1)*help

See more

References(12)*help

See more

Related Projects

See more

Details 詳細情報について

Report a problem

Back to top