Formation of nanostructured copper electrodes for the conversion of carbon (IV) oxide
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The basic conditions for the formation of nanostructured copper electrodes by depositing silver sols from solutions of complexes in an environment of an organic proton solvent dimethylformamide (DMF) are established. Their comparative catalytic activity for the conversion of carbon (IV) oxide has been investigated.
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