Chapter 1. Fundamentals. The Basics of Electrode Reactions (E.J. Calvo). Introduction. General. Simple electron transfer. Multiple electron transfer. Theoretical treatments. Effect of adsorption at electrodes. Electrocatalysis. Mixed potentials and corrosion. Electrocrystallization. 2. Mass Transport to Electrodes (K.B. Oldham and C.G. Zoski). Introduction. Modes of transport. Preliminary considerations of the experiment. Finite planar geometry. Semi-infinite geometry. 3. Linear Sweep and Cyclic Voltammetry (V.D. Parker). Introduction. Theory of LSV and CV. Experimental aspects of LSV and CV. Electrode kinetics. Homogeneous chemical kinetics. Detailed analysis of linear sweep voltammetry waves. Applications. Concluding remarks. 4. Alternating Current and Pulse Methods (M. Sluyters-Rehbach and J.H. Sluyters). Introduction. The mathematics of relaxation methods. On the praxis of large and small amplitude relaxation methods to the study of electrochemical processes. Elucidation of mechanisms of electrode reactions by means of zeroth-, first- and second-order relaxation methods. Zeroth-, first-, and second-order parameters. Multi-step mechanisms with stable intermediates. Reactant adsorption. Kinetics of homogeneous chemical reactions coupled to electrode reactions. 5. Hydrodynamic Electrodes (C.M.A. Brett and A.M.C.F. Oliveira Brett). Introduction. Mass transport. Experimental. Application of hydrodynamic electrodes to electrode kinetics. The application of hydrodynamic electrodes to the study of electrode processes with coupled homogeneous reactions. Transient techniques at hydrodynamic electrodes. Hydrodynamic electrodes and spectroscopic techniques. (References are included in each chapter). Index.