Physical Electrochemistry. Fundamentals, Techniques and Applications. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 4470383
  • Book
  • 512 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This bestselling textbook on physical electrochemistry caters to the needs of advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of chemistry as well as students of chemical engineering. It is unique in covering both the more fundamental, physical aspects as well as the application–oriented practical aspects in a balanced manner. In addition it serves as a self–study text for scientists in industry and research institutions working in applied electrochemistry.

The second edition has been revised and updated to reflect recent developments in the field with completely new chapters on electrochemical scanning microscopy and applications in materials science, while the other chapters have been thoroughly revised and extended.
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INTRODUCTION

THE POTENTIALS OF PHASES

FUNDAMENTAL MEASUREMENTS IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY

ELECTRODE KINETICS: SOME BASIC CONCEPTS

SINGLE–STEP ELECTRODE REACTIONS

MULTI–STEP ELECTRODE REACTIONS

SOME SPECIFIC EXAMPLES

THE IONIC DOUBLE–LAYER CAPACITANCE Cdl

ELECTROCAPILLARITY

NANOTECHNOLOGY AND ELECTROCATALYSIS

INTERMEDIATES IN ELECTRODE REACTIONS

UNDERPOTENTIAL DEPOSITION AND SINGLE–CRYSTAL ELECTROCHEMISTRY

ELECTROSORPTION

EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES:

EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES (2)

EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES (3)

THE ELECTROCHEMICAL QUARTZ–CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE

CORROSION

ELECTROPLATING

ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE

MATERIALS SCIENCE

ELECTROCHEMICAL SCANNING MICROSCOPY

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Eliezer Gileadi has been a professor of chemistry at Tel–Aviv University since 1966 (Emeritus since 2000). He obtained his MSc at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and his PhD at the University of Ottawa, Canada. He is a member of the Center for Electrochemical Science and Technology of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA, and Adjunct Professor at the Yeager Center of Electrochemical Science of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. He has received the Olin–Palladium Award of the Electrochemical Society and the Herzberg Memorial Prize of the National Research Council of Canada.

Noam Eliaz is a full professor at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Tel Aviv University. He completed his BSc in Materials Engineering from Ben Gurion University. Afterwards, he served for three years in the Department of Materials and Failure Analysis of the Israeli Air Force (IAF). He returned to Ben Gurion University to simultaneously pursue a PhD in Materials Engineering and an MBA. As a Fulbright and Rothschild Fellow, he then conducted his postdoctoral research in the H.H. Uhlig Corrosion Laboratory at MIT, USA. In August 2001, he joined the academic staff of Tel Aviv University in Mechanical Engineering and in August of 2013 he became the founding Chair of the Department of Materials Science and Technology.

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