Electrochemistry in Nonaqueous Solutions
Nonaqueous solutions are equally indispensable to electrochemistry. Here, Kosuke Izutsu brilliantly illustrates the numerous aspects of this fascinating topic, whether the focus be on physicochemical processes or analytical methods.
The author discusses solvation and solvent effects emphasizing dynamic aspects, important reactions including ionic and supercritical media, as well as advanced techniques in polarography and voltammetry. Throughout, he effortlessly manages to provide a comprehensive overview while also
presenting the very latest developments. A number of example applications further enhance the practical value of this book and give it the feel of a reference work.
Written for both users and specialists this volume represents a wealth of
vital information and belongs on every bookshelf.
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Properties of Solvents and Solvent Classification
Solvation and Complex Formation of Ions and Behavior of Electrolytes
AcidBase Reactions in NonAqueous Solvents
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