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H2O2 processing technology

For over a hundred years, people have relied on Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) as a green alternative to traditional energy sources. Solar-powered hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) production is now feasible thanks to developments in the chemistry and technology of the compound. Electrocatalysis, the process in question, has the potential to serve as a sustainable energy supply.

Hydrogen peroxide is a clean energy source for the future

Hydrogen peroxide  and anthraquinone hydrogen peroxide is a common disinfectant that is used in hospitals, food production facilities, and other types of work environments. It is a highly oxidative substance that can react with other toxic substances and break them down. Because it can be dangerous, it is usually transported as a hazardous substance. However, it can be produced at home or on a large scale.

In the US, a start-up called Monolith has developed a process that generates carbon black, a material that is added to tires to strengthen rubber. This carbon black can be used to make lithium-ion battery anodes. Other companies are also developing ways to produce hydrogen at home, including the Australian Hazer Group.

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UV-vis spectral changes in four-electron four-proton reduction of O2 by Fc* and [(tmpa)CuII(H2O)]2+

The UV-vis spectral changes associated with four-electron four-proton reduction of O2 by Fc* and [(tmpa)CuII(H2O)]2+ have been studied. The aforementioned acronym, CF3COOH, clarifies the role of this tritium containing compound in catalytic four-electron reduction of O2. A number of electrochemical measurements were performed under pseudo-first order conditions to determine the kcat, rate constant for adsorption, and reaction rate of Fc* and its various co-adducts.

The aforementioned CF3COOH containing compound was first added to an O2-saturated acetone solution. The color of the resulting compound changed from purple to orange. At a controlled temperature, the chemical adsorption of O2 to the CF3COOH was observed with the Hewlett Packard 8453 photodiode-array spectrophotometer.

Cyclic voltammograms

For the analysis of hydrogen peroxide, the present study aimed to develop a non-enzymatic H2O2 sensor using a hybrid nanofilm consisting of gold nanoparticles. The proposed biosensor was characterized by cyclic voltammograms (CVs).

A fabricated GNPs/PCB modified electrode showed enhanced electrochemical sensing towards H2O2 compared to the PCB electrode. Furthermore, it had a high catalytic sensitivity under dynamic conditions. It was applied for the analysis of H2O2 in milk samples.

The pH dependence of the redox process was studied in the presence and absence of H2O2 at GC-Nf-B-3Nf and CS/AgNPs-modified GCEs. Both sensors were scanned in 0.1 M degassed PBS. At a pH of 7.4, the midpoint potential of the GC-Nf-B-3Nf was -128 mV.

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