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Electrochemistry in Molecular and Microscopic Dimensions

  • ID: 1760064
  • Book
  • December 2003
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

This book is a hard bound edition of a special issue (vol. 48/20-22) of the journal Electrochimica Acta. It summarizes the highlights of the 53rd Annual meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry and Annual meeting of the GDCh-Fachgruppe Angewandte Elektrochemie. The theme of the conference was Electrochemistry in Molecular and Microscopic dimensions and was based on the role of electrochemistry in the miniaturization of chemical and physical methods. Topics covered are :
- development of electrochemistry with microscopic and molecular resolution;
- initiation of advances in Electrochemical Microsystem Technologies EMT, and micro/nano-electronics;
- development of Electrochemical Materials Science for nanomaterials;
- enhancement of miniaturization and sensitivity of electroanalysis, and;
- the bridge from electrochemistry to biology and medicine of microscopic and molecular understanding.

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The 53rd Annual Meeting of ISE jointly organized with the GDCh-Fachgruppe Angewandte Elektrochemie

Report on the 53rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) jointly organised with GDCh-Fachgruppe Angewandte Elektrochemie in Düsseldorf 2002

Electrochemistry and Microsystems

Microfabricated fuel cells

Defect engineering: design tools for solid state electrochemical devices

Micro reactor for electroorganic synthesis in the simulated moving bed-reaction and separation environment

Tunnel spectroscopy of tip-generated copper clusters on Au(111)

Electrochemical nucleation and growth of nano- and microparticles: some theoretical and experimental aspects

In-situ video-STM studies of Cu electrodeposition on Cu(100) in HCl solution
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Joachim W. Schultze AGEF eV-Institut an der Heinrich-Heine-Universitat, Germany.

G. Staikov Institut für Physikalische Chemie und Elektrochemie, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Universitätsstrasse 1, 40225 Düsseldorf.
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