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Electroanalytical Chemistry

A Series of Advances: Volume 22, 1st Edition

Edited by Allen J. Bard, Israel Rubinstein

CRC Press

312 pages

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For more than three decades the Electroanalytical Chemistry series has delivered the most in-depth and critical research related to issues in electrochemistry.  Volume 22 continues this gold-standard with practical reviews of recent applications, as well as innovative contributions from internationally respected specialists—highlighting the emergence of new technologies and trends in the field. Previous volumes in the series were “highly recommended” by the Journal of the American Chemical Society and considered “essential” by the Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, and this volume continues with a collection of state-of-the-art advances and studies of the highest caliber.


“All three chapters of Volume 22 of this series are well-written, well-referenced, and provide timely and expansive descriptions of the subject matter at hand. … [T]his volume should appeal to a large and diverse readership. … [It] provides authoritative overviews of three timely electrochemical topics that should be relevant to analytical chemists with greatly differing research interests.”

— Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2004

“…[This is] a series which, from its very beginning, proved to be one of the most successful and most frequently cited….The series has shaped the electrochemists of the last thirty years and, even more remarkably, each volume has turned out to be of lasting significance and influence.”

Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry  

Table of Contents

Looking at the Metal/Solution Interface with the Electrochemical Quartz-Crystal Microbalance - Theory and Experiment, V. Tsionsky, L. Daikhin, M. Urbakh, E. Gileadi; The Indirect Laser Induced Temperature Jump Method for Characterizing Fast Interfacial Electron Transer - Concept, Application, and Results, Stephen W. Feldberg, Marshall D. Newton, John F. Smalley; Electrically Conducting Diamond-Thin Films - Advanced Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Technologies, Greg M. Swain.

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Industrial & Technical