Ion–Transfer Kinetics

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  • Book
  • 142 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Ion–Transfer Kinetics Principles and Applications Edited by James R. Sandifer The goal of this book is to give the reader an understanding of the fundamental principles of electrostatics and thermodynamics as they apply to the kinetics of ion transfer between phases and ion transport within phases. A grasp of these principles leads to a conceptual understanding of the unity that spans the diverse fields and applications of ion–transfer kinetics, which range from solid–state physics and photography to electrochemistry and biology. Ion–Transfer Kinetics begins with a theoretical treatment of ion transfer across liquid–liquid interfaces. Subsequent chapters extend the fundamental electrostatic and thermodynamic principles further, with in–depth discussion of systems involving thicker membranes, ion exchangers, thin lipid bilayer membranes, ion–selective membranes, and photographic emulsions. In the concluding chapter, some simple computer simulation techniques are used to demonstrate the principles of ion transfer in diverse systems that range from membranes to semiconductors. Written by an outstanding group of authors, Ion–Transfer Kinetics will be an important resource for physical chemists, electrochemists, biological chemists, and chemical engineers in academia and industry who seek a better understanding of the principles underlying biological, electrochemical, and interfacial processes. Also available from VCH The Colloidal Domain Where Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Technology Meet D. F. Evans and H. Wennerström, eds. Hardcover, ISBN 1–56081–525–6 Surface Electron Transfer Processes R. J. D. Miller, G. L. McLendon, A. Nozik, W. Schmickler, and F. Willig Hardcover. ISBN 1–56081–036–X
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From the Contents:

Theoretical Treatment and Experimental Investigation of Ion–Transfer Across Liquid/Liquid Interfaces/

Ion Transport Phenomena: Charge Exchange and Transport Into and Within "Thick" Ideal Membranes/

Intrinsic Conductance of Inorganic Ions Through Bilayer Lipid Membranes/

Ion Transport Into and Within Plastic Ion–Selective Membranes/

Ionic Space–Charge and the AgX Surface/

Techniques for Computer Simulation of Ion Transport Phenomena
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J. R. Sandifer
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