Principles of electrochemistry
Presents electron transfer & double-layer theories in an understandable manner while keeping mathematics to a minimum. Revised & expanded, this edition features a number of new sections which deal with electrochemical materials science, photoelectrochemistry, stochastic processes, novel aspects of ion transfer across biological membranes, biosensors & more.
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Equilibrium Properties of Electrolytes
Transport Processes in Electrolyte Systems
Equilibria of Charge Transfer in Heterogeneous
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