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Electrocatalysis

In general, electrocatalysis refers to the heterogenous catalysis of an electrochemical reaction.  Most often, this reaction occurs at the electrode|electrolyte interface where the the electrode acts as both an electron donor and electron acceptor.  Often molecular catalysts are cast onto the surface of an electrode to drive the catalytic process.


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