Industrial Electrochemistry

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Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 28, 1990 - Science - 654 pages
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A manual of electrochemical technology which aims to build a bridge from fundamental electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering to industrial electochemistry by demonstrating how an understanding of the fundamentals is essential to the efficient design and operation of the process.
 

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Contents

Fundamental concepts
1
11 Electron transfer
8
12 Mass transport
18
13 The interplay of electron transfer and mass transport control
30
14 Adsorption
32
15 Electrocatalysis
38
16 Phase formation in electrode reactions
48
17 Chemical reactions
50
64 The future of electrosynthesis
329
Further reading
330
Water purification effluent treatment and recycling of industrial process streams
331
71 Metal ion removal and metal recovery
333
72 Hypochlorite and lowtonnage chlorine electrolysers
353
73 Electrodialysis
358
74 The treatment of liquors containing dissolved chromium
364
75 Electrolytic methods of phase separation
374

18 The properties of electrolyte solutions
51
19 The assessment of cell voltage
54
110 Electrochemistry at surfaces on open circuit
55
Further reading
58
Electrochemical engineering
60
22 Costing an electrolytic process
64
23 Performance and figures of merit
70
24 Electrolysis parameters
91
25 Principles of cell design
95
26 The additional technology of electrolytic processes
109
27 Typical cell designs
141
28 Laboratory data and scaleup
166
Further reading
171
The chloralkali industry
173
31 General concepts of brine electrolysis
175
32 Modern technological developments
177
33 Chlorine cell technologies
184
34 The production of potassium hydroxide
208
Further reading
209
The extraction refining and production of metal
210
41 Electrowinning
211
42 Cementation
228
43 Electrorefining
231
44 Electrodeposition of metal powders
245
Further reading
247
Other inorganic electrolytic processes
249
52 Water electrolysis
256
53 Sodium chlorate and sodium bromate
269
54 Peracids and their salts
274
55 Potassium permanganate
275
56 Potassium dichromate and chromic acid
278
57 Hydrogen peroxide
279
58 Ozone
282
59 Manganese dioxide
288
510 Cuprous oxide
290
511 Synthesis of metal salts via anodic dissolution
291
Further reading
292
Organic electrosynthesis
294
61 The hydrodimerization of acrylonitrile
298
62 Other commercial electrosynthetic processes
311
63 Indirect electrosynthesis
326
76 Fluegas desulphurization
379
77 Other electrochemical processes
382
Further reading
384
Metal finishing
385
81 Electroplating
386
82 Electroless plating
424
83 Conversion coatings
434
84 Electrophoretic painting
441
85 Other related surfacefinishing techniques
447
Further reading
448
Metals and materials processing
451
92 Electrochemical machining
457
93 Electrochemical etching
468
Further reading
479
Corrosion and its control
481
101 Fundamentals of corrosion
483
102 The thermodynamics of corrosion
489
103 The kinetics of corrosion reactions
498
104 Corrosion problems in practice
509
105 Corrosion prevention and control
518
106 Corrosion problems in electrolytic processing
536
107 Corrosion measurement and monitoring
538
Further reading
541
Batteries and fuel cells
543
111 Battery characteristics
546
112 Battery specifications
551
113 Evaluation of battery performance
554
114 Battery components
555
115 Present battery systems
559
116 Batteries under development
584
117 Fuel cells
590
Further cells
595
Electrochemical sensors and monitoring techniques
596
123 Ionselective electrodes
603
124 Portable and online devices
609
125 Electrochemical biosensors
618
126 Electrochemical detector cells for highperformance liquid chromatography HPLC
624
127 Miscellaneous
634
Further reading
636
Index
639
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