Electrode Dynamics by A. C. FisherElectrode Dynamics by A. C. Fisher

Electrode Dynamics

byA. C. Fisher

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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This highly illustrated textbook provides a framework of the key concepts involved in electrochemical kinetics. A wide range of modern electrochemical techniques and applications are discussed. The mathematical content has been minimised for clarity, whilst retaining the important resultsnecessary for physical insight. A substantial series of examples and illustrations are taken from the recent research literature to explore the potential applications of electrochemical techniques. This book will be of interest to students taking courses in chemistry, material science and physicsstudents.
A. C. Fisher is at University of Bath chemistry.
Title:Electrode DynamicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.24 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019855690X

ISBN - 13:9780198556909

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Mass transport3. Voltammetry: the study of electrolysis mechanisms4. Structure of the electrode/solution interface5. Spectroelectrochemistry

From Our Editors

Electron transfer is of fundamental importance to the study of chemical reactivity. Investigation of electrode kinetics provides a unique method with which to explore the nature of electron transfer phenomena and construct models of its behaviour. Unlike conventional methods for studying chemical reactivity, electrochemical techniques provide an additional and powerful new tool with which to manipulate the rate of electron transfer reaction - the electrode potential. This text seeks to introduce students to the kinetics of electron transfer reactions and explore the potential applications of electrochemical methodology. The mathematical content has been purposely minimized for clarity throughout, whilst retaining the important results necessary for physical insight.

Editorial Reviews

`It will be useful to those teaching early courses on fundamental electrochemistry, typically first and second year undergraduate courses in chemistry. ... it is good to find a concise book for just 5.99. The publishers are to be congratulated for bringing this Oxford chemistry primers seriesto the market at such a low price.'Chemistry in Britain, September 1997