Electrochemistry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483198316, 9781483223346


1st Edition

Proceedings of the First Australian Conference on Held in Sydney, 13—15th February and Hobart, 18—20th February 1963

Editors: J. A. Friend F. Gutmann
eBook ISBN: 9781483223346
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 1006
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Electrochemistry is a collection of papers presented at the First Australian Conference on Electrochemistry, held in Sydney on February 13-15 and in Hobart on February 18-20, 1963, jointly sponsored by The Royal Australian Chemical Institute, The University of New South Wales, and The University of Tasmania. This conference highlights the numerous advances in the field of electrochemistry.
This book is organized into 12 parts encompassing 70 chapters. The first parts deal with the solid-state reactions and processes in electrochemistry; the thermodynamic aspects of electrolytes; and the role of electrodic in corrosion control. The succeeding parts explore the concepts of equilibrium and non-equilibrium theory of double layers, as well as the various electroanalytical methods used in electrochemistry, including polarography, potentiometry, and coulometry. Other parts consider the areas of application of electrochemistry, such as in electroplating, anodizing, fuel cell, electrowinning, and electrorefining. The remaining chapters are devoted to non-aqueous electrolytes, molten salts, and electrode and electrochemical processes. Electrochemists and physicists will find this book invaluable.

Table of Contents

Solid-State Chemistry

Chairman's Address: Elementary Processes in Sohd-State Reactions

Contributed Papers:

The Interaction of Chlorine and of Oxygen v^ith Evaporated Films of Sodium

The Germanium-Aqueous Electrolyte Contact Zone

The Electrical Properties of Polycrystalline Oxide Semiconductors

Effect of Quench Frequency on the Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance of some Compounds containing 35Cl

The Silver Oxides

Microscopic Investigation of the Thermal Decomposition of Silver and Potassium Permanganates

Thermodynamics Of Electrolytes

Chairman's Address: Thermodynamics of Electrolytes in Three-Component Systems

Contributed Papers:

The Ion Activity Function—An Approach to the Study of Electrolyte Behavior in Concentrated Solutions

The Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of Copper Complex Ions

Thermodynamics ofAqueous Bismuth (III)

The Thermodynamics of Ion Association in Solutions Containing Bivalent Transition Metal Ions

Heat Effects at Electrodes


Chairman's Address: Corrosion at High Temperatures

Contributed Papers:

A Potentiostatic Study of the Corrosion ofIron-Chromium Alloys

Anodic Processes on Iron in Neutral Sulphide Solutions

Two Applications of Potentiostats in Corrosion Research

Theory of Double Layers

Chairman's Address: Equilibrium Double-Layer Theory

Contributed Papers:

Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Theory of Adsorption Pseudocapacitance

Effect of Adsorbed Ions and Molecules on the Rates of Electrode Processes at the Dropping Mercury Electrode

On the Impedance of Two Types of Mercury Drop Electrodes

Electroanalytical Methods

Contributed Papers:

New Analytical Techniques Employing A.C. Polarography

Alternating Voltage Polarography

New Developments in A.C. Polarography

Square Wave Polarography in Trace Analysis

Some Studies in the Theory of Alternating Current Polarography

Potentiometrie and Coulometric Determination of Fluoride

The Potentiometrie Titration of Zinc and Cadmium with Potassium Ferrocyanide

Applications (Electroplating, Anodizing)

Editorial Note: This session was planned to give practical information on commercially employed electrochemical processes which need not be new or original

Chairman's Address: Decorative Electroplating

Contributed Papers:

Electroplating of Die Cast Parts

Electrodeposition from the Sulphamate Bath

Practical Applications of Anodic Coatings in Nameplate Manufacture

The Corrosion-Resistance of Nickel/Chromium Coatings: Some Electrochemical and Metallographic Features

Electrodeposited Magnetic Films: a Critical Survey

Some Problems Associated with Architectural Anodizing

The Manufacture of Electrolytic Tinplate in Australia

Non-Aqueous Electrolytes

Chairman's Address: Ions in Non-Aqueous Solvents

Contributed Papers:

The Voltage-Current Characteristics of Benzene

The Behavior of Silver- and Halide-ion Responsive Electrodes in Mixed Solvent-Water Media, and the Influence of Restoring Currents on Electrode Response

Triple Ion Equilibria in Acetic Acid

The Investigation of the Kinetics of the Electrode Reactions of Organic Compounds by Potentiostatic Methods

Molten Salts

Chairman's Address: Solvation and Complex Ions in Molten Salts

Contributed Papers:

Standard Electrode Potentials and an Electromotive Force Series in Molten Magnesium Chloride - Sodium Chloride -- Potassium Chloride Eutectic

A Test of Polarized Electrode Methods for the Study of Diffusion in Fused Salts

Potentiometric Acid-Base Titrations in Fused Salts

The Density and Surface Tension of Molten Fluorides

Transport Numbers in Pure Fused Electrolytes

Fuel Cells

Chairman's Address: Fuel Ceh Technology: A Survey of Advances and Problems

Contributed Papers:

Some Problems in the Construction of Membrane-Type Fuel Cells

An Electrolyte Vehicle Eliminates Many Fuel Cell Problems

The Anodic Oxidation of Formaldehyde on Platinized Platinum in Acid Solution

Fuel Cell Electrolytes

Performance of a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell and Battery System

Electrode Processes

Chairman's Address: Progress and Problems in Electrode Kinetics

Contributed Papers:

Hydration, Salting-out and Dielectric Saturation at Simple and Polymeric Ions

Current Conduction by a Flowing Electrolyte

Some Problems of the Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of Electrode Kinetics

Studies on the Effect of Adsorption on Polarographic Curves

High-Speed Cinematography at the Dropping Mercury Electrode

The Mechanism of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction

Electrochemical Processes

Chairman's Address: Methods of Approach in the Study of Electrochemical Reaction Mechanisms

Contributed Papers:

Differential Electrolytic Potentiometry — XL An Appraisal of the Analytical Applications

The Effect of Monovalent and Trivalent Impurities on the Oxidation of Lead in the Very Thin Layer Region

The Electrochemical Aspects of Some Biochemical Systems — II: Further Investigations on the Glucose-Glucose Oxidase System

On the Structure of Charged Interfaces

Electrowinning and Electrorefining

Chairman's Address: Recent Developments in the Electrolytic Extraction of Light Metals

Contributed Papers:

The Surface Properties of Molten Mixtures of Sodium Fluoride, Aluminium Fluoride and Alumina

Influence of Cobalt in the Electrodeposition of Zinc

Anodic Overpotentials and Mechanism of the Anodic Process on Carbon in Cryolite-Alumina Electrolytes

Multikilogram Electrorefining of Plutonium Metal

Polarization Phenomena in Aluminum Cells

The Effects of Strontium Compounds and Related Materials in the Electrolytic Production of Zinc

Report on the Melbourne Symposium on Tunneling Effects

Author Index


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