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Solid state electrochemistry

Author: Peter G Bruce
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Series: Chemistry of solid state materials.
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Describes for the first time the fundamental principles on which solid state chemistry is based. Topics include solid (ceramic) electrolytes, glasses, polymer electrolytes, intercalation electrodes,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter G Bruce
ISBN: 0521400074 9780521400077
OCLC Number: 215383314
Description: xvi, 344 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction P. G. Bruce; 2. Crystalline solid electrolytes I: general considerations and the major materials A. R. West; 3. Crystalline solid electrolytes II: material design J. B. Goodenough; 4. Ionic transport in glassy electrolytes J. L. Souquet; 5. Polymer electrolytes I: general principles D. F. Shriver and P. G. Bruce; 6 Polymer electrolytes II: physical principles P. G. Bruce and F. M. Gray; 7. Insertion electrodes I: atomic and electronic structure of the hosts and their insertion compounds W. R. McKinnon; 8. Electrode performance W. Weppner; 9. Polymer electrodes B. Scrosati; 10. Interfacial electrochemistry R. D. Armstrong and M. Todd; 11. Applications O. Yamamoto.
Series Title: Chemistry of solid state materials.
Responsibility: edited by Peter G. Bruce.


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