Recent work from the Mourzina group at Institute of Complex Systems-8 (Bioelectronics), Germany was published in Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry presenting electrochemical properties and biomimetic activity of a series of water-soluble meso-substituted Mn(III) porphyrin complexes in the electrocatalytic reduction of hydrogen peroxide in aqueous solutions. The results of this study demonstrate that the electrochemical systems with biomimetic manganese porphyrin complexes can provide a means of electrochemically synthesizing intermediates derived from oxygen or incompletely reduced oxygen and can also be employed for the development of non-enzymatic hydrogen peroxide sensors, biomimetic (electro)catalysis, and energy research.
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