Frontiers of Electrochemistry. The Electrochemistry of Novel Materials. Volume 3. Frontiers in Electrochemistry

  • ID: 2180981
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Electrochemistry of Novel Materials Frontiers of Electrochemistry Edited by Jacek Lipkowski Philip N. Ross Electrochemistry of Novel Materials brings together into one source the latest experimental and theoretical techniques as well as the methods for applying these techniques to different problems. Each chapter provides sufficient background material so that it can be read and appreciated by specialists and nonspecialists alike. Coverage includes electrode materials for photoelectrochemistry, polymeric materials, and insertion compounds for lithium batteries. The book also features a careful description of electrochemistry of carbon, thin polymer film coated electrodes, electrocatalytic metal–oxide electrodes, electrochemistry of nuclear fuels, and electrochemistry of clays and zeolites. Electrochemistry of Novel Materials is an essential reference for graduate students and scientists interested in materials science, and the chemistry and physics of electrified phases.
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From the Contents:

Electrode Materials and Strategies for Photoelectrochemistry/

Polymeric Materials for Li Batteries/

Insertion

Compounds for Lithium Rocking Chair Batteries/

Thin Polymer Films on Electrodes/

Electrochemistry of

Carbon/

Electrocatalytic Metal–Oxide Electrodes/

Electrochemistry of VO2, Nuclear Fuel/

Electrochemistry of

Clays and Zeolites
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