Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids
Focusing on the electrochemistry of ionic liquids, Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids examines the fundamentals and electrochemical applications of ionic liquid. This professional-oriented book provides the latest data for engineers and researchers in relevant industry as well as academic scientists and graduate students. The book starts with the importance and fundamental properties of ionic liquids, followed by a more general review of electrochemical processes, and finally covers some highly specialized and novel developments such as Ionic Liquidized DNA.
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