F Ti/PbO2, Ti/SnO2, Ti/IrO2, glassy carbon are generally used as the materials, but some suffers for loss of activity due to surface fouling (glassy carbon) or limited service life (Ti/IrO2).
F S i l i c o n c o a t e d b y a l a y e r o f s y n t h e t i c d i a m o n d , h e a v i l y d o p e d (to obtain acceptable electric conductivity), was with boron2,3
proposed as anode for the oxidation of organic compounds4.
F On this boron-doped diamond (BDD) anode, discharge of water does not occur in a wide potential range.
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