—Generalized results are given of the investigation into the electrochemical behavior of elec trodes made from monocrystals of dielectric and semiconducting synthetic diamonds, polycrystalline dia mond films, amorphous carbon and hydrogenated amorphous carbon films, as well as of compacts from nanoo and microdispersed diamond powders in aqueous solutions. It is shown that the decisive role in the use of these electrodes is played by the value and type of electroconductivity of diamond materials, quality (continuity) of films and their resistance to corrosion. Our findings have shown that the use of the studied materials in electrochemical processes has considerable promise.
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