Structure and electrocatalytic activity of composites of polyaniline doped with nickel (II) and cobalt (II) chlorides

  • Nina Mikhailovna Ivanova Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
  • Dariya Serikovna Izbastenova Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
  • Yakha Akhmadovna Visurkhanova Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
  • Ivan Vladimirovich Kirilus Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
Keywords: polyaniline-metal composites, electrocatalysis, hydrogenation, crotonic acid

Abstract

Polyaniline composites containing Ni(II) and Co(II) chlorides were synthesized by a method in situ during oxidative polymerization process of aniline with and without metal cations reduction using sodium borohydride and hydrazine hydrate. The structure of the composites was studied by the methods of IR spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and electronic microscopy. The electrocatalytic activity of the polyaniline-metal composites was investigated in a hydrogenation of crotonic acid, and it was higher for Co-containing composites. In the phase constitution of PAni+MeCl2 composites after hydrogenation were detected the crystal phases of nickel and cobalt hydroxides which define apparently their catalytic activity.

Author Biographies

Nina Mikhailovna Ivanova, Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
Laboratory of physical chemical methods of research and electrocatalysis, Chief Scientist
Yakha Akhmadovna Visurkhanova, Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Karaganda
Laboratory of physical chemical methods of research and electrocatalysis, Engineer

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Published
2014-08-14
How to Cite
Ivanova, N., Izbastenova, D., Visurkhanova, Y., & Kirilus, I. (2014). Structure and electrocatalytic activity of composites of polyaniline doped with nickel (II) and cobalt (II) chlorides. Chemical Bulletin of Kazakh National University, 74(2), 3-12. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15328/chemb_2014_23-12
Section
Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry