Electroanalytical Chemistry: A Series Of Advances: (Google eBook)

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Israel Rubinstein
CRC Press, Jun 18, 1999 - Science - 368 pages
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Provides comprehensive, authoritative reviews on recent developments and applications of well-established techniques in the field of modern electro- and electroanalytical chemistry, defined in its broadest sense.

  

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Contents

I Introduction
2
II Template Synthesis
5
III Nanoscopic Electrodes and Ensembles
8
IV Gold Nanotubule Membranes with Electrochecmically Switchable IonTransport Selectivity
24
V Molecular Filtration and Chemical Transport Selectivity in the Au Nanotubule Membranes
30
VI Nanomaterials in Secondary Battery Research and Development
48
References
70
ELECTROCHEMICAL ATOMIC LAYER EPITAXY
75
VI Directions
193
References
196
SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPY STUDIES OF METAL ELECTRODES
211
I Introduction
212
II Quantum Mechanical Tunneling
219
III Experimental Considerations
244
IV Applications
252
References
295

II Thin Layer Electrochemical Cell Studies
100
III Thin Film Formation Using ECALE
120
IV Surface Chemistry in the ECALE Cycle
145
V Digital Electrochemical Etching
180

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