Salah Neghmouche Nacer, Touhami Lanez, The Effect of Hydrazide Group on the Oxydation of Ferrocene at Two Different Electrodes Using Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE) in Organic Medium, Volume 12, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 12)
https://www.scipress.com/ILCPA.12.1
Abstract:
    Through this work we adopted Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE) Voltammetry to study the kinetics of oxidation and the effect of hydrazide group on ferrocene in organic medium. Thus, two different electrodes (Pt and Ge) were used in order to determine this latter. According to the ferrocene taken as a witness the hydrazide group related to the ferrocene made oxidation more difficult. This ferrocenic derivative showed an electrochemical stability, a reversible electrochemical system and an electronic attractor effect of these substitutional ferrocene groups. Finally, we calculated some electrochemical parameters which were: the diffusion coefficients (D), the layer thickness ‹δ› in addition to the electron transfer rate.
Keywords:
    Diffusion Coefficient, Ferrocene Derivative, Half-Wave Potential, Randles-Sevcik Equation, Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE)