Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry : No. 15

This volume contains five chapters covering four topics of current research interest: splitting of water, lithium batteries, intercalation, and fundamental aspects of electrode processes. Two chapters are devoted to splitting of water. The first chapter, by Gutmann and Murphy, presents a comprehensi...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Bockris, John O M. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1983, 1983
Edition:1st ed. 1983
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Table of Contents:
  • 1 The Electrochemical Splitting of Water
  • I. Introduction
  • II. Units
  • III. Electrochemistry
  • IV. Improvements Achieved in Water Electrolysis
  • V. Novel Ways to Reduce Activation Overvoltage
  • VI. Magneto-Electrolysis
  • VII. Steam Electrolysis
  • VIII. Series or Parallel Electrolyzers
  • IX. Economical Electrolyzers
  • X. Advanced Electrolyzers
  • XI. Super Electrolyzers
  • XII. State-of-the-Art Electrolyzers
  • XIII. Applications of Electrolytic Hydrogen Generator Technology
  • XIV. Cost of Hydrogen Production
  • XV. Hydroelectric Resources
  • XVI. Hydrogen Storage
  • References
  • 2 Interfacial Charge Transfer Reactions in Colloidal Dispersions and Their Application to Water Cleavage by Visible Light
  • I. Introduction
  • II. Dynamics of Photoinduced Electron-Transfer Reactions in Simple Micellar Assemblies
  • III. Interfacial Electron- and Hole-Transfer Reactions in Colloidal Semiconductor Dispersions
  • IV. The Principles of Redox Catalysis
  • III. The Effect of Applied Potential on the Fermi Level in Metal and Semiconductors
  • IV. Fermi Energies in Solution
  • V. Distribution of Electron States in Ions in Solution
  • VI. The Calculation of Electronic Energy States of Ions in Solution
  • VII. Applications of the Born—Landau Equation
  • VIII. Nonadiabaticity
  • IX. The Mechanism of Proton Transfer at Interfaces
  • X. The Semiconductor/Solution Interface
  • XI. Auger Neutralization
  • Notation
  • References
  • V. Light-Induced Water Cleavage in Microheterogeneous Solution
  • VI. Splitting of Hydrogen Sulfide and Reduction of Carbon-Dioxide as Alternative Light-Energy-Storing Reactions
  • VII. Conclusions
  • References
  • 3 Lithium Batteries with Liquid Depolarizers
  • I. Introduction
  • II. Discharge Reaction Mechanism
  • III. Battery Design Procedures
  • IV. Materials of Construction
  • V. Processing and Assembling
  • VI. Testing and Evaluation
  • VII. Applications
  • VIII. Deactivation, Disposal, and Reclamation
  • References
  • 4 Physical Mechanisms of Intercalation
  • I. Introduction
  • II. Review of Intercalation Systems
  • III. Thermodynamics of Intercalation and Lattice Gas Models
  • IV. Interactions between Intercalated Atoms
  • V. Kinetics of Intercalation Cells
  • VI. One-Dimensional Lattice Gas
  • VII. Conclusions
  • References
  • 5 Some Fundamental Aspects of Electrode Processes
  • I. Introduction
  • II. The Meaning of Absolute Scale Potential in Electrode Kinetics