The electrochemical behavior of complexes of fatty amides, synthesized from vegetable oil, with Cu(II) has been investigated. In this study, a platinum electrode was used in presence of DMSO as a medium. Reduction of Cu(II)/fatty amides complex was found with quasi-reversible reaction. The peak potential of voltammetric behavior of fatty amides is about −0.77 V at a scan rate v = 0.1 V s−1 versus Ag|Ag+ electrode. This study shows that Cu(II)-fatty amides complex is poorly adsorbed on the electrode surface. Additionally, the copper complex form of fatty amides has a more stable structure than pure fatty amides to form the electrochemical reduction of the complex.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 15, 2012
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