Kinetics of electrode processes and null points of metals.
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Published by Council of Scientific & Industrial Research in New Delhi .
Written in English


  • Electrochemistry.,
  • Electrodes.

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Includes bibliography.

LC ClassificationsQD571 .A68
The Physical Object
Pagination 94 p.
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5816052M
LC Control Number61000073

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behavior of electrode systems. Thus electrode reaction processes are characterized as two states separated by an energy barrier. The application of static and alternating fi elds to electrode systems is interpreted in terms of the kinetic parameters of the electrode reactions. Advanced Electrochemistry Lecture Notes. This note explains the following topics: Nonfaradaic processes and electrode-solution interface, Faradaic processes and rates of electrode reactions, Mass-transfer controlled reactions, Basic Electrochemical Thermodynamics, Electrochemical potential, Liquid junction potential, Selective electrodes, Essentials of electrode reactions, Butler-Volmer . ELECTRODE KINETICS AND DOUBLE LAYER STRUCTURE B. TIMMER, M. SLUYTERS-REHBACH and J. H. SLUYTERS Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, State University, Utrecht, The Netherlands Several electrochemical methods have been developed in recent years for the study of the kinetic parameters of electrode reactions. electronic band structure of the electrode, on the kinetics of the electrode process. Quantum electrode kinetics was disc overed early on in the development of electrochemistry, but was neglected for many years and consequently has not undergone the same degree of development as its more traditional macroscopic counterpart.

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