Electroanalytical Methods: Guide to Experiments and Applications (Google eBook)

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Springer, 28/nov/2009 - 386 pagine
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Researchers and professionals will find a hands-on guide to successful experiments and applications of modern electroanalytical techniques here. The new edition has been completely revised and extended by a chapter on quartz-crystal microbalances. The book is written for chemists, biochemists, environmental and materials scientists, and physicists. A basic knowledge of chemistry and physics is sufficient for understanding the described methods. Electroanalytical techniques are particularly useful for qualitative and quantitative analysis of chemical, biochemical, and physical systems. Experienced experts provide the necessary theoretical background of electrochemistry and thoroughly describe frequently used measuring techniques. Special attention is given to experimental details and data evaluation.
  

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Part I Basic Electrochemistry
2
I1 The Electrical Double Layer and Its Structure
3
I2 Thermodynamics of Electrochemical Reactions
10
I3 Kinetics of Electrochemical Reactions
33
Part II Electroanalytical Techniques
54
II1 Cyclic Voltammetry
57
II2 Pulse Voltammetry
107
II3 SquareWave Voltammetry
120
II9 Potentiometry
236
II10 Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Nanobalance
257
Part III Electrodes and Electrolytes
271
III1 Working Electrodes
273
III2 Reference Electrodes
291
III3 Electrolytes
309
III4 Experimental Setup
331
Part IV Publications in Electrochemistry
336

II4 Chronocoulometry
147
II5 Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy
159
II6 UVVisNIR Spectroelectrochemistry
178
II7 Stripping Voltammetry
201
II8 Electrochemical Studies of Solid Compounds and Materials
223
IV1 Seminal Publications in Electrochemistry and Electroanalysis
339
IV2 Books on Fundamental Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical Techniques
343
Index
346
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