Correspondingly, the spectroscopic approach can be applied to surfaces, and B. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Neutralization of Ions in Solution at Temperatures above 0°K. An excellent review of these definitions was given some years ago by Parsons. Results Which Are Independent of the Model. For a metal M, the right-hand side of Eq. Without the image term, no solvent-metal binding was found.
Effects of Diagonal and Off-Diagonal Dynamic Disorder in Reactions Involving Transfer of Weakly Bound Electrons A Configurational Model 3. She updates the reader on certain medical applications involving electrochemistry. Book is in Used-Good condition. This produces a small negative dipole field, corresponding to preferential orientation of the oxygen end of the water molecules toward the metal. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. He pre- sents various models with supporting data, electrocataly- sis on solid metal electrodes and particle size effects in electrocatalysis. Chapter 6: Mauritz and Hopfinger present various models for the structural properties of membranes and discuss a trans- port model for ions through membranes.
Capacitance-charge curves were calculated and discussed. For Cd, this model gave inverse capacitances which, for the range of qM investigated, differed from the experimental capacitances by only half as much as did those obtained with the previous model. The theoretical interpretation of these effects are also treated in some detail. It was also noted97 that a theory including the polarization of the solvent molecules in the compact layer must be included along with a treatment of the metal to explain the temperature dependence of the compact-layer capacitance. Pathways for Carbon Dioxide Reduction 4. Chapter 2, by Rusling, deals with electrochemistry and electro catalysis in microemulsions, thus connecting aspects of electrode kinetics, adsorption at electrode interfaces, and colloid chemistry.
A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. In general, the potential of zero charge becomes more negative as the electron density of the metal increases. The second was triggered by the re-discovery of Kramers' theory for reactions in condensed phases. Glow-Discharge Phenomena in Conventional Electrolysis. The present volume presents six chapters, two of them fairly brief, covering both fundamental and applied electrochemistry.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. It is assumed that no change in the electronic structure of the metal-ion cores or in their distribution occurs during charging. Nonadiabaticity Effects in Processes Involving Transfer of Atoms and Atomic Groups 4. The essential distinguishing element of electrode, compared with chemical, kinetics is the characteristic dependence of electrode reaction rates on the electrode potential. Physical Mechanism of the Elementary Act and a Basic Model 2. Interaction of Reactants with the Medium 1. Hydrogen Ion Discharge at Metal Electrodes 4.
The solvent molecules in the surface layer were modeled as charged layers, associated with the protons and the oxygen atoms of molecules oriented either toward or away from the surface. We will argue, that the time has come for a third cycle based on recent progress in electrocatalysis. Dynamic and Fluctuational Subsystems 2. Koch; his chapter demonstrates the value of qualitative electrochemical studies in this field. Electrodes Consisting of Solids of Revolution.
The moral is perhaps that a good model for one part of the interface can only show whether or not there is a large contribution of that part to properties of the interface but cannot hope to reproduce these properties unless the other part of the interface is also well described. It is instructive to see how this comes about for the potential of a simple electrochemical cell. . A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Energy of Activation or Free Energy of Activation? Experimental Results on Surface Potential. This allows the use of the correct value for the solvent dipole in the image-force attraction of solvent to metal, rather than treating it as a fitting parameter. Surface Potential of Charged Monolayers.
Kinetics of Aluminum Anodization 1. These are of interest in new approaches to reductive electro-organic synthesis. Role of Inertia Effects in the Sub-Barrier Transfer of Heavy Particles 3. Neutralization of Ions in Solution, 0°K Approximation. Furthermore, the changes from metal to metal were generally reproduced, as shown in Table 2. Reduction of Carbon Dioxide at Illuminated p-Type Semiconductor Electrodes 2.
The exchange-correlation potential is a local-density approximation, derived from the uniform electron gas result, i. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. It is to be hoped that the author's aim might be realized, and sufficient interest might be stimulated by this chapter that a quantitative quantum mechanical theory of adsorption upon charged electrodes from condensed media might evolve. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Chapter 2: Macdonald and McKubre give a review of impedance techniques, including derivations of various impedance functions for electrochemical systems and discussions of instrumental methods.
The Adiabatic Principle and Related Approximations -- References -- 5 Electrochemical Processes in Glow Discharge at the Gas-Solution Interface -- I. The spine may show signs of wear. Substrates for Hybrid Integrated Circuits 3. The present volume contains five chapters covering areas of contemporary interest in the fields of electrolyte solutions, the state of solvent molecules at electrode surfaces, charged colloid interfaces, surface chemistry of oxide electrodes and electro chemistry, and bioelectrochemistry of charge transfer complexes. Collection Efficiency at Neighboring Electrodes. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. About this Item: Plenum, 1977.