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The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions


Bura-Nakić, Elvira; Marguš, Marija; Milanović, Ivana; Jurašin, Darija; Ciglenečki-Jušić, Irena
The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions // Environmental chemistry, 11 (2013), 2; 187-195 doi:10.1071/EN13090 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions

Autori
Bura-Nakić, Elvira ; Marguš, Marija ; Milanović, Ivana ; Jurašin, Darija ; Ciglenečki-Jušić, Irena

Izvornik
Environmental chemistry (1448-2517) 11 (2013), 2; 187-195

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Chronoamperometry; collision; impact transients; FeS nanoparticles; Hg electrode

Sažetak
The interactions of FeS nanoparticles (NPs) with a hanging mercury drop electrode in NaCl solutions were monitored by chronoamperometric measurements. Collisions of FeS NPs with the mercury surface were studied in a wide range of electrode potentials (between 0 and –1.9 V vs. Ag/AgCl). Faradaic impact transients were recorded only at the negative potentials (between –1.5 V and –1.9 V). It was shown that the mercury electrode surface modified with a FeS adlayer catalyzes sodium reduction by shifting the potentials of this process to more positive values. This catalytic process together with possible hydrogen evolution is assumed to be the physicochemical basis for the determination of FeS NPs. Chronoamperometric measurements at the electrode potential of –1.9 V showed that the reduction processes of sodium and/or hydrogen on FeS NPs upon collision are the main cause of sharp reduction current transients. At sufficiently positive electrode potentials (around –1.5 V) the colliding FeS NPs would not be immediately repelled ; instead they stayed stuck at the mercury surface, causing “staircase-like” chronoamperometric signals. It appears that recorded reduction current transients are carrying FeS NPs size information, what is consistent with parallel dynamic light scattering (DLS) measurements.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija



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Projekt / tema
098-0982934-2717 - Priroda organske tvari, interakcije s mikrokonstituentima i površinama u okolišu (Irena Ciglenečki-Jušić, )

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Bura-Nakić, Elvira; Marguš, Marija; Milanović, Ivana; Jurašin, Darija; Ciglenečki-Jušić, Irena
The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions // Environmental chemistry, 11 (2013), 2; 187-195 doi:10.1071/EN13090 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Bura-Nakić, E., Marguš, M., Milanović, I., Jurašin, D. & Ciglenečki-Jušić, I. (2013) The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions. Environmental chemistry, 11 (2), 187-195 doi:10.1071/EN13090.
@article{article, year = {2013}, pages = {187-195}, DOI = {10.1071/EN13090}, keywords = {chronoamperometry, collision, impact transients, FeS nanoparticles, Hg electrode}, journal = {Environmental chemistry}, doi = {10.1071/EN13090}, volume = {11}, number = {2}, issn = {1448-2517}, title = {The development of electrochemical methods for determining nanoparticles in the environment. Part II : chronoamperometric study of FeS in sodium chloride solutions}, keyword = {chronoamperometry, collision, impact transients, FeS nanoparticles, Hg electrode} }

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