The Theoretical Description of Cathodic Deposition of New Conducting Polymer Composite, Assisted by a Perrhenate of a Novel Triazolic Derivative
- conducting polymer composites,
- assisted polymerization,
- electrochemical oscillations,
- stable steady-state
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The theoretical description of a new sandwich-like rhenium-based polymer composite cathodic electrodeposition has been given. The cathodic process is realized by perrhenate-ion electrochemical reduction to rhenium (IV) oxide, acting as an in situ formed oxidant for 3,4-dimethoxypyrrole polymerization. It is shown that the polymer deposition in this system is realized by more efficient manner than during the direct electropolymerization. The polymer composite has to have a well-developed morphology and enhanced conductivity by sandwich-like structure. The oscillatory behavior, in this case, is also possible, being caused by the DEL influences on both electrochemical and chemical stages of the process.