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Accueil > Séminaires > Archive des séminaires d’Utinam > Archive des séminaires de chimie (jusqu’en 2011) > 2008

Sonoelectrochemistry in the University of Alicante

par Edith Burgey -

Jeudi 28 février 2008

José Garcia-Gonzales

Université d’Alicante (Espagne)

Résumé :

Sonoelectrochemistry, in which an electrochemical cell is irradiated with sound waves, is now a most promising technique in view of recent developments in both sonochemical and electrochemical technologies. Many electrochemical systems are now known to be influenced by ultrasound, and the methodology offers considerable practical benefit in a wide range of applications. In the last years, several topics in this field have been analyzed in the Group of New technological developments in Electrochemistry : Sonoelectrochemistry and Bioelectrochemistry for University of Alicante. A review of the main sonoelectrochemical develpments is presented, ranging from fundamental aspects in the sonoelectrodeposition, characterization of sonoreactors to applications in the chlorinated organocompounds degradation.