Andriiko, Aleksandr A., Andriyko, Yuriy O, Nauer, Gerhard E.
2013, XIX, 167 p. 99 illus., 6 illus. in color.
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Provides a unified basis for understanding many-electron processes
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Here, the authors provide a unified concept for understanding multi-electron processes in electrochemical systems such as molten salts, ionic liquids, or ionic solutions. A major advantage of this concept is its independence of assumptions like one-step many-electron transfers or ‘discrete’ discharge of complex species. Therefore this monograph is a unique resource for basic electrochemical research but also for many important applications such as electrodeposition, electrorefining, or electrowinning of polyvalent metals from molten salts and other ionic media.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Electrochemical Kinetics - Electrochemistry of Ionic Liquids - Electrochemistry of Ionic Solutions - Electrochemistry of Molten Salts - Electrode Film Systems - Electrodeposition - Electrorefining - Electrowinning of Polyvalent Metals - Lithium Power Sources - Many-electron Electrochemcal Systems
Many-Electron Electrochemical Systems: Concepts and Definitions.- Many-electron Systems at Equilibrium.- Phenomenology of Electrochemical Kinetics.- Electrode Film Systems: Experimental Evidences.- Dynamics of a Non-Equilibrium Electrochemical System.- Electrochemistry of Ti(IV) in Ionic Liquids.