This volume details the basic principles of interfacial electrochemistry and heterogenous electron transfer processes. It presents topics of current interest in electrochemistry, considering the application of electrochemical techniques in a variety of disciplines, and nonelectrochemical methodologies in electrochemistry.;The work is intended for: electrochemists; analytical, physical, industrial and organic chemists; surface and materials scientists; materials and chemical engineers; physicists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
". . .provides very readable introductions to many active research areas of electrochemistry.. . . . . .Each chapter is supported by extensive lists of references. "
---Journal of the American Chemical Society
". . .a well-written and valuable collection of reviews on specialised aspects of modern electrochemistry. . .deserves to be read by most. It should prove useful to postgraduate and other research workers. "
---Journal of Applied Electrochemistry
". . .excellent updated reviews on selected topics in physical electrochemistry. . ..will be highly useful to researchers and advance-level students of electrochemistry and allied interfacial chemistry. . ..publishers of this monograph. . .Marcel Dekker, Inc. deserve appreciation for their splendid job. . ..the book. . .deserves a prominent place in the research and academic libraries. "
---Bulletin of Electrochemistry
". . .especially outstanding. . ..the key fundamental principles of physical electrochemistry are collected and presented in a most concise and lucid fashion. The. . .chapters are all high-quality contributions dealing with very timely subjects and authored by leading experts. "
Fundamentals of physical electrochemistry; heterogeneous electron transfer kinetics at metallic electrodes; solid-state electrochemistry; digital simulation with the fast implicit finite difference algorithm - the development of a general simulator for electrochemical processes; electrochemistry at ultramicroelectrodes; scanning probe techniques in electrochemistry; scanning electrochemical microscopy; electrochemical impedance spectroscopy - principles, instrumentation, and applications; principles and applications of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance; in situ synchrotron techniques in electrochemistry; recent applications of ellipsometry and spectroellipsometry in electrochemical systems; analysis of surface layers on well-defined electrode surfaces; electrodeposition of II-VI semiconductors; electronically conducting soluble polymers.