Is there any danger of forming explosive reaction products during the electrodeposition in Diethylene glycol?

I know that perchloric acid could be potentially explosive and some organic solvents could form dangerous peroxides.

I am going to do an electrodeposition in diethyleneglycol solution containing $\ce{NH4Cl}$, $\ce{ZnCl2}$ and $\ce{FeCl2}$. Since in my case there are all elements to form $\ce{HClO4}$ and I am going to heat everything up to 60 degrees I want to be sure that it is safe.

Is there any danger of forming explosive reaction products during the electrodeposition?

• I am way too lazy to do it myself, sadly... but this will help you. – CHM Jun 29 '12 at 5:16