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Electrochemical Methods

Fundamentals and Applications

Bard, Allen J. / Faulkner, Larry R. / White, Henry S.


3. Auflage Mai 2022
1104 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-33406-4
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The latest edition of a classic textbook in electrochemistry

The third edition of Electrochemical Methods has been extensively revised to reflect the evolution of electrochemistry over the past two decades, highlighting significant developments in the understanding of electrochemical phenomena and emerging experimental tools, while extending the book's value as a general introduction to electrochemical methods.

This authoritative resource for new students and practitioners provides must-have information crucial to a successful career in research. The authors focus on methods that are extensively practiced and on phenomenological questions of current concern.

This latest edition of Electrochemical Methods contains numerous problems and chemical examples, with illustrations that serve to illuminate the concepts contained within in a way that will assist both student and mid-career practitioner.

Significant updates and new content in this third edition include:
* An extensively revised introductory chapter on electrode processes, designed for new readers coming into electrochemistry from diverse backgrounds
* New chapters on steady-state voltammetry at ultramicroelectrodes, inner-sphere electrode reactions and electrocatalysis, and single-particle electrochemistry
* Extensive treatment of Marcus kinetics as applied to electrode reactions, a more detailed introduction to migration, and expanded coverage of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
* The inclusion of Lab Notes in many chapters to help newcomers with the transition from concept to practice in the laboratory

The new edition has been revised to address a broader audience of scientists and engineers, designed to be accessible to readers with a basic foundation in university chemistry, physics and mathematics. It is a self-contained volume, developing all key ideas from the fundamental principles of chemistry and physics.

Perfect for senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in electrochemistry, physical and analytical chemistry, this is also an indispensable resource for researchers and practitioners working in fields including electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, energy storage and conversion, analytical chemistry and sensors.

Major Symbols and Abbreviations

1 Overview of Electrode Processes

2 Potentials and Thermodynamics of Cells

3 Basic Kinetics of Electrode Reactions

4 Mass Transfer by Migration and Diffusion

5 Steady-State Voltammetry at Ultramicroelectrodes

6 Transient Methods Based on Potential Steps

7 Linear Sweep and Cyclic Voltammetry

8 Polarography, Pulse Voltammetry, and Square-Wave Voltammetry

9 Controlled-Current Techniques

10 Methods Involving Forced Convection--Hydrodynamic Methods

11 Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and ac Voltammetry

12 Bulk Electrolysis

13 Electrode Reactions with Coupled Homogeneous Chemical Reactions

14 Double-Layer Structure and Adsorption

15 Inner-Sphere Electrode Reactions and Electrocatalysis

16 Electrochemical Instrumentation

17 Electroactive Layers and Modified Electrodes

18 Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

19 Single-Particle Electrochemistry

20 Photoelectrochemistry and Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence

21 In situ Characterization of Electrochemical Systems


A Mathematical Methods

B Basic Concepts of Simulation

C Reference Tables

Allen J. Bard is Professor and Hackerman-Welch Regents Chair in Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin in the United States. His research is focused on the application of electrochemical methods to the study of chemical problems.

Larry R. Faulkner is President Emeritus of the University of Texas at Austin in the United States. He has served on the chemistry faculties of Harvard University, the University of Illinois, and the University of Texas.

Henry S. White is Distinguished Professor and John A. Widstoe Presidential Chair in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Utah in the United States. His research is focused on experimental and theoretical aspects of electrochemistry.

A. J. Bard, University of Texas at Austin, USA; L. R. Faulkner, University of Texas at Austin, USA; H. S. White, University of Utah, USA