platinum oxide

platinum oxide

[′plat·ən·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
An oxide of platinum; examples are platinum monoxide (or platinous oxide), PtO, and platinum dioxide (or platinic oxide), PtO2.
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The electrode behavior changed if the electrode was preoxidized producing a platinum oxide coating.
On exposure to oxygen the platinum surface is oxidised, resulting in the formation of an inactive surface platinum oxide.
Some specific subjects discussed include formation of metal-semiconductor core-shell nanoparticles using electrochemical atomic layer deposition, and remote plasma and thermal ALD of platinum and platinum oxide films.
Platinum oxide, Karstedl's catalyst (platinum (0)-L3-divinyl-l,l,33-tet-ramethyl disilo'xane complex), 1-iodooctane, CD[Cl.
00 g ol' platinum oxide was added to Ihe reaction mixture and the reaction mixture vigorously stirred for 16 h at 60[degrees]C.
After completion of the reaction, platinum oxide was removed by filtration.
Furthermore, "the platinum oxide layer that quickly forms on an electrode's surface dramatically slows down the chemical reactions there," says Adzic.
The method is based on a hydrogen gas-saturated mobile phase with fluorescent detection after postcolumn reduction by a platinum oxide catalyst column (3).
Determination of endogenous vitamin K (phylloquinone and menaquinone-n) in plasma by high performance liquid chromatography using platinum oxide catalyst reduction and fluorescence detection.
Native elements and alloys of silver, gold-silver, gold-mercury-lead-tin, and a mixed grain of platinum, platinum-palladium, lead-gold-mercury and platinum oxide were also detected.