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Mass Transport in Nanoporous Gold and Correlation with Surface Pores for EC 1 Mechanism: Case of Ascorbic Acid

Abstract : Entry for the Table of Contents Playing with the pores: Surface pores size in nanoporous gold modulates the electrode reactions pathways of ascorbic acid. The reaction is largely driven by diffusion when pores are smaller (nanometer). On the contrary, adsorption holds the key role when pores are bigger (micrometer), allowing permeation of molecules in the film volume.
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Abhishek Kumar, Josue Gonçalves, Vinicius Furtado, Koiti Araki, Lucio Angnes, et al.. Mass Transport in Nanoporous Gold and Correlation with Surface Pores for EC 1 Mechanism: Case of Ascorbic Acid. ChemElectroChem, Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2021, 8 (11), pp.2129 - 2136. ⟨10.1002/celc.202100440⟩. ⟨hal-03368918⟩

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