White, Ralph E., Bockris, John O'M., Conway, Brian E. (Eds.)
1999, XVI, 644 p.
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1: The Potential of Zero Charge; S. Trasatti, E. Lust. I. Introductory Concepts. II. Experimental Aspects. III. Analysis of the Experimental Data. IV. Conclusions. V. References. 2: Nonequilibrium Fluctuations in Corrosion Process; R. Aogaki. I. Introduction. II. Active, Passive and Transpassive States of Metals. III. Nonequilibrum Fluctuations in Corrosion. IV. Conclusion. V. References. 3: Conducting Polymers, Electrochemistry and Biomimicking Processes; T. Fernández Otero. I. Introduction. II. Electropolymerization of Conducting polymers. III. Electrochemical versus Chemical Polymerization of Conducting Polymers. IV. Selfdoped Polymers, Polymeric Composites and Hybrid Materials. V. Physical Properties of Dry Conducting Polymers. VI. Electrochemical Properties. VII. Electrochemistry and Electrode Structures. VIII. Experimental Chronoamperograms and Chronocoulograms Under Conformational Relaxation Control. IX. Polymer-Solvent Interactions from the ESCR Model. X. Chronocoulograms Under Conformational Relaxation Control. XI. Voltammetry Under Conformational Relxation Control. XII. Experimental and Theoretical Voltammograms. XIII. Experimental and Theoretical Coulovoltagrams. XIV. Conducting Polymers as Soft and Nonstoichiometric Materials. Electrochemical Evidences. XV. Conducting Polymers as Three-Dimensional Electrodes at Molecular level. XVI. Soft, Wet and Complex Materials MimickingBiological Processes. XVII. Technological Applications of the ESCR Model. 4: Microwave (Photo)Electrochemistry; H. Tributsch. I. Introduction. II. Experimental. III. Theoretical Challenge. IV. Potential Dependent Stationary Microwave Conductivity Measurements. V. Potential Dependent Time Resolved Measurements. VI. Potential Dependent Periodical Measurements. VII. Oxides and Sensitization Cells. VIII. Microwave Phase Measurements. IX. Summary and Discussion. X. Acknowledgements. XI. References. XII. Figure Legends. 5: Improvements in Fluorine Generations; G.L. Bauer, W.V. Childs. I. Introduction. II. A Caution. III. The Challenge. IV. Acknowledgements. V. References.