Study of Electrochemical Behavior of Hybrid Materials Based on GO/ PMo12/Conducting Polymer Obtained By Interfacial Polymerization
In this work was obtained hybrid materials based on GO/ PMo12/conducting polymer, conducting polymer/PMo12 and GO/ PMo12. The OG was obtained by Brodie method and thermally reduced. The method that was used for polymerization of monomers (pyrrole and aniline) was interfacial. For the cases of conductive polymer/PMo12, the ratio was 16.6% monomer and 83.4 % of PMo12 of weight while GO/ PMo12/conducting polymer this ration was of 10, 50 and 40% in weight, respectively.
All materials obtained were characterized by DRX, SEM, Raman and FTIR; and for evaluate their electrochemical behavior, the materials was deposited on cloth carbon and characterized by voltamperometry cyclic using a cell with three electrodes and H2SO4 1M at different scan rates; also was evaluated stability cyclic at 1000 cycles.