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Photoinduced Electron Transfer Reactions At Methylene Blue Adsorbed Nafion and Clay Coated Electrodes

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Nafion and montmorillonite clay adsorbed methylene blue coated onto platinum electrode were prepared. These dye modified electrodes were used as photoelectrodes in a photogalvanic cell in the presence of Fe2+ ions. The photoelectrochemical investigations showed that the dye coated electrodes behaved as cathode upon irradiation whereas the plain platinum electrode dipped in a homogeneous solution containing methylene blue and Fe2+ ions behaved as anode. It is suggested that the intermediate complex formed between the photoreduced methylene blue and ferric ion lead to the reductive reaction at the coated electrode.

Affiliations: 1: School of Chemistry Madurai Kamaraj University Madurai-625 021, INDIA


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