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Chemistry - Electrochemistry | Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry

Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry

Bockris, John O'M., Conway, Brian E., White, Ralph E. (Eds.)

2002, XI, 283 p.

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Recognized experts present incisive analysis of both fundamental and applied problems in this continuation of a highly-acclaimed series.
Topics discussed include:
  • The way in which electrochemical systems may function as on a single electrode;
  • The foundational area of voltaic measurements at liquid interfaces;
  • Direct methanol fuel cells, which would avoid the unpleasant necessity faced by the current general of fuel cells - namely, using hydrogen;
  • Dynamic processes in molten salts;
  • Electrochemical techniques and Microbial Induced Corrosion (MIC).

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ion - corrosion - direct methanol fuel cell - electrochemistry - fuel cell

Related subjects » Electrochemistry - Physical Chemistry

Table of contents 

I. A Critique of the Additivity Principle for Mixed Couples. II. Voltaic Cells in Electrochemistry and Surface Science of Liquids. III. Direct Methanol Fuel Cells: From a 20th Century Electrochemist's Dream to a 21st Century Emerging Technology. IV. Transport Properties of Molten Salts. V. Application of Electrochemical Techniques to the Study of MIC.

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