Electrochemistry in Transition From the 20th to the 21st Century

This book originated out of the papers presented at the special symposium, "Electrochemistry in Transition-From the 20th to the 21st Century," scheduled by the Division of Colloid and Surface Science during the American Chemical Society meeting in Toronto. The symposium was in honor of Pro...

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Other Authors: Conway, Brian E. (Editor), Murphy, O.J. (Editor), Srinivasan, S. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1992, 1992
Edition:1st ed. 1992
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a 23. Electrochemical Treatments of Wastes -- VI: Bioelectrochemistry -- 24. Coherent Dynamics and Solitary Waves in Ordered Monolayers -- 25. Electrochemical Aspects of Bone Remodeling -- 26. Electrochemistry Applied to Medical Diagnostics -- 27. Utilization of Dissolved Oxygen in Water to Prevent Microbial Fouling on Metals -- VII: Electrodeposition and Electrodissolution, High-Temperature Electrochemistry -- 28. Identification of Phase Structure of Alloys by Anodic Linear Sweep Voltammetry -- 29. The Effects of the Slow Adsorption of Anions and Some Organics on Iron Dissolution Kinetics -- 30. Electroless Deposition of Metals and Alloys -- 31. Electrochemical Nucleation on Active Sites -- 32. Cathodic Reduction of Oxygen on a Partially Immersed Electrode in Chloride and Carbonate Melts -- VIII: Passivity, Corrosion, Steels, and Minerals -- 33. Spectroscopic Characterization of the Passive Film on Iron before and after Exposure to Chloride Ion --  
505 0 |a 34. Corrosion of Thin Film Storage Media: A Review -- 35. Characterization of Sulfide Mineral Surfaces -- IX: Electrochemical Energy Conversion -- 36. Electrode Kinetic and Electrocatalytic Aspects of Electrochemical Energy Conversion -- 37. XAS Techniques for Investigation of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage -- 38. Electrocatalysis on SPE Membrane Electrodes -- 39. Advances in Aluminum-Air Salt Water Batteries -- 40. Organic Electrolytes of Rechargeable Lithium Batteries -- 41. Mechanism of the Cathodic Discharge of MnO2 in Alkaline Electrolyte 
505 0 |a I: Double Layer -- 1. The Concept of Electrochemical Double Layer in the Case of Weakly Adsorbed Anions -- 2. Electroflotation: From the Double Layer to Troubled Waters -- 3. Importance of Electrical Double Layer in Technological Applications -- 4. Electrochromism -- II: Spectroscopic Studies -- 5. Ellipsometry at Metal-Electrolyte Interfaces -- 6. Combined Ellipsometric and Reflectance Measurements for Characterization of Films Formed on Electrodes -- 7. In Situ SNIFTIRS and Radiotracer Study of Adsorption on Platinum: CF3SO3H and H3PO4 -- III: Electrode Kinetics and Electrocatalysis -- 8. Transition-Metal Oxide Electrocatalysts for O2 Electrodes: The Pyrochlores -- 9. Progress in the Studies of Oxygen Reduction during the Last Thirty Years -- 10. Mechanism of Oxygen Reduction on Iron in Neutral Aqueous Solutions: Oxygen Chemisorption Model -- 11. Rechargeable Manganese Oxide Electrodes and Cells --  
505 0 |a 12. A Direction of Study of Electrocatalysis in Anodic O2 Evolution through Characterization of Chemisorption Behavior of Intermediates -- 13. Quantum-Mechanical Formalisms of Electron Transfer Reactions at Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces -- IV: Photoelectrochemistry -- 14. Novel Approaches for the Study of Surface Structure and Reactivity of Semiconductor Electrodes -- 15. Photoelectrocatalysis -- 16. An Application of Optical Waveguides to Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Processes -- 17. Electrons, Interfaces, and Societies in the 21st Century -- V: Hydrogen Technologies, Organic Electrochemistry -- 18. Comparison of Hydrogen with Coal and Synthetic Fossil Fuels -- 19. Adsorption and Absorption of Hydrogen in Metals. FTIR and RT Approach -- 20. Investigations on the Fabrication of Active Electrocatalysts for Methanol Electrooxidation -- 21. Some Perspectives on Electroorganic Chemistry -- 22. Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide --  
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653 |a Physical Chemistry 
653 |a Electrochemistry 
653 |a Materials / Analysis 
653 |a Characterization and Analytical Technique 
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520 |a This book originated out of the papers presented at the special symposium, "Electrochemistry in Transition-From the 20th to the 21st Century," scheduled by the Division of Colloid and Surface Science during the American Chemical Society meeting in Toronto. The symposium was in honor of Professor J. O'M. Bockris, who received the ACS award on "The Chemistry of Contemporary Technological Problems" (sponsored by Mobay Corporation) during this meeting and who also reached his 65th birthday in the same year. The symposium was of a multidisciplinary nature and encompassed the fields of theoretical and experimental elec­ trochemistry, surface science, spectroscopy, and electrochemical technology. The symposium also had an international flavor in that the participants represented several countries­ Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, England, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzer­ land, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, and the United States. The symposium was graciously sponsored by the ACS (Petroleum Research Fund and Division of Colloid and Surface Science), Alcan International, Dow Chemical Company, EG&G, Electrolyzer Corporation, Exxon, General Electric Company, IBM, Institute of Gas Technology, International Association of Hydrogen Energy, Johnson Matthey, Inc. , Kerr-McGee Corporation, Medtronics, and Texas A&M University (Center for Electrochemical Systems and Hydrogen Research and the Hampton Robinson Fund). The "theme" of the papers presented at the symposium covered not only significant contributions made to electrochemistry in the twentieth century, but also "New Horizons in Electrochemistry" for the twenty-first century. Thus, the scientists who presented papers were invited to contribute chapters to this book, having the same titles as the symposium