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Electrochemical Generation of Solvated Electrons and Hydrogen Evolution in Hexamethylphosphortriamide'"
22nd Meeting of the .International Society of Electrochemistry
Electrolysis experiments with rotating disc electrodes of copper , amalgamated copper, and platinum in anhydrous hexa-methylphosphortriamide are described. It is shown that the generation of solvated electrons is a primary process. In the same solutions (0.2 M LiCl + 0.09 to 0.20 M HCl) hydrogen evolution occurs as a direct proton discharge step and not through a reaction with the solvated electron(s). Electrochemical generation of solvated electrons is a special, scantily studied, class offatcat:ppxwofoobrh3bcx6eill5ptksa