Electrosorption of manganese dioxide on an electrochemically activated carbon fiber nonwoven electrode was studied as influenced by the current density, solution flow-through rate, and concentration of the MnO(OH)2 colloid solution. It was found that manganese hydroxide can be deposited onto electrochemically activated fibers of fibrous carbon materials by different methods: (1) electrosorption of MnO(OH)2 from its colloid solution, (2) synthesis of MnO(OH)2 directly on the fibrous carbon material sample, and (3) impregnation with an MnO(OH)2 colloid solution.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 15, 2012
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