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Systematic approach to the quantitative voltammetric analysis of the Fe III /Fe II component of the [α 2 -Fe(OH 2 )P 2 W 17 O 61 ] 7-/8- reduction process in buffered and unbuffered aqueous media

Guo, Si-Xuan, Feldberg, Stephen W., Bond, Alan M., Callahan, Damien L., Richardt, Peter J.S. and Wedd, Anthony G. 2005, Systematic approach to the quantitative voltammetric analysis of the Fe III /Fe II component of the [α 2 -Fe(OH 2 )P 2 W 17 O 61 ] 7-/8- reduction process in buffered and unbuffered aqueous media, Journal of physical chemistry B, vol. 109, no. 43, pp. 20641-20651, doi: 10.1021/jp0528459.

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Title Systematic approach to the quantitative voltammetric analysis of the Fe III /Fe II component of the [α 2 -Fe(OH 2 )P 2 W 17 O 61 ] 7-/8- reduction process in buffered and unbuffered aqueous media
Author(s) Guo, Si-Xuan
Feldberg, Stephen W.
Bond, Alan M.
Callahan, Damien L.ORCID iD for Callahan, Damien L. orcid.org/0000-0002-6384-8717
Richardt, Peter J.S.
Wedd, Anthony G.
Journal name Journal of physical chemistry B
Volume number 109
Issue number 43
Start page 20641
End page 20651
Total pages 11
Publisher American Chemical Society
Place of publication Washington, D.C.
Publication date 2005
ISSN 1520-6106
1520-5207
Summary The one-electron reduction of [α2-FeIII(OH2)P2W17O61]7- at a glassy carbon electrode was investigated using cyclic and rotating-disk-electrode voltammetry in buffered and unbuffered aqueous solutions over the pH range 3.45−7.50 with an ionic strength of approximately 0.6 M maintained. The behavior is well-described by a square-scheme mechanism P + e- ↔ Q (E10/ = −0.275 V, k10/ = 0.008 cm s-1, and α1 = 1/2), PH+ + e- ↔ QH+ (E20/ = −0.036 V, k20/ = 0.014 cm s-1, and α2 = 1/2), PH+ ↔ P + H+ (KP = 3.02 × 10-6 M), and QH+ ↔ Q + H+ (KQ = 2.35 × 10-10 M), where P, Q, PH+, and QH+ correspond to [α2-FeIII(OH)P2W17O61]8-, [α2-FeII(OH)P2W17O61]9-, [α2-FeIII(OH2)P2W17O61]7-, and [α2-FeII(OH2)P2W17O61]8-, respectively; E10‘ and E20‘ are the formal potentials, k10‘ and k20‘ are the formal (standard) rate constants, and KP and KQ are the acid dissociation constants for the relevant reactions. The analysis for the buffered media is based on the approach of Laviron who demonstrated that a square scheme with fully reversible protonations, reversible or quasi reversible electron transfers with the assumption that α1 = α2, can be well-described by the behavior of a simple redox couple, ox + e- ↔ red, whose formal potential, Eapp0‘, and standard rate constant, kapp0‘, are straightforwardly derived functions of pH, as are the values of E10‘, k10‘, E20‘, k20‘, and KP (only three of the four thermodynamic parameters in a square scheme can be specified). It was assumed that αapp = 1/2, and the simulation program DigiSim was used to determine the values of Eapp0‘ and kapp0‘, which are required to describe the cyclic voltammograms obtained in buffered media in the pH range from 3.45 to 7.52 (buffer-related reactions which effect general acid−base catalysis are included in the simulations). DigiSim simulations of cyclic voltammograms obtained in unbuffered media yielded the values of E10‘ and k10‘; KQ was then directly computed from thermodynamic constraints. These simulations included additional reactions between the redox species and H2O. The value of the diffusion coefficient of the [α2-FeIII(OH2)P2W17O61]7-, 2.92 × 10-6 cm2 s-1, was determined using DigiSim simulations of voltammograms at a rotating disk electrode in buffered and unbuffered media at pH 3.45. The diffusion coefficients of all redox species were assumed to be identical. When the pH is greater than 6, instability of P (i.e., [α2-FeIII(OH)P2W17O61]8-) led to the loss of the reactant and precluded lengthy experimentation.
Language eng
DOI 10.1021/jp0528459
Field of Research 030604 Electrochemistry
030207 Transition Metal Chemistry
03 Chemical Sciences
09 Engineering
02 Physical Sciences
Socio Economic Objective 970103 Expanding Knowledge in the Chemical Sciences
HERDC Research category C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
ERA Research output type C Journal article
Copyright notice ©2005, American Chemical Society
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