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Electrochemistry on Liquid/Liquid Interfaces

Author: P Vanýsek
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1985.
Series: Lecture Notes in Chemistry, 39; Lecture notes in chemistry, 39.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A charge transfer across the interface between two immiscible liquid media has an important role both in nature and in man-designed applications. Ion transfer across the biological membranes, behavior of ion-selective electrodes with liquid membranes and similar sensors, extraction processes, phase transfer catalysis and applications in electroanalytical chemistry can serve as examples. Present interest in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P Vanýsek
ISBN: 9783642489105 3642489109 9783540156772 3540156771
OCLC Number: 858927906
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Contents: I. Introduction --
II. Theory --
Equilibrium Conditions --
The Nernst Potential --
Single Ion Gibbs Energy of Transfer --
Ideally Polarizable L/L Interface --
Redox System Equilibrium --
III. Experimental Arrangements --
Electrode Configuration --
Quasi-Reference Electrodes --
Reference Electrodes --
Four Electrode Potentiostat --
Convention of Signs --
Experimental Arrangements --
IV. Double Layers at L/L Interfaces --
V. Current Flow Across the Interface --
VI. Mediated Properties --
VII. Impedance Measurements --
AC Bridges --
Lissajous Figures --
Phase Sensitive Detection --
VIII. Phase Transfer Catalysis --
References.
Series Title: Lecture Notes in Chemistry, 39; Lecture notes in chemistry, 39.
Responsibility: by P. Vanýsek.

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Present interest in the interface between two immiscible electrolytes (liquid liquid or L/L interface) was originated by Koryta's idea (Koryta, Vanysek and Brezina 1976) that the interface between  Read more...

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