4 edition of Electrodics: modern ideas concerning electrode reactions found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 128-129.
|Statement||with 10 tables by Henry H. Bauer.|
|Series||Thieme editions in chemistry and related areas|
|LC Classifications||QD571 .B347|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 131 p.|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||73154286|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bauer, Henry H. Electrodics: modern ideas concerning electrode reactions. Stuttgart, Thieme, (OCoLC) 1. Author(s): Bauer,Henry H Title(s): Electrodics, modern ideas concerning electrode reactions.
Country of Publication: Germany Publisher: Stuttgart, Thieme, ELECTRODICS--MODERN IDEAS CONCERNING ELECTRODE REACTIONS Stuttgart: Georg Thiemeix + pp. Japanese translation by Reita Tamamushi & Gen P. Sato, Tokyo Kagaku Dozinix + pp.
(an upper-level textbook) WorldCat count ALTERNATING CURRENT POLAROGRAPHY AND TENSAMMETRY by B. Breyer & H. Bauer. ELECTRODICS--MODERN IDEAS CONCERNING ELECTRODE REACTIONS Stuttgart: Georg Thiemeix + pp.
Japanese translation by Reita Tamamushi & Gen P. Sato, Tokyo Kagaku Dozinix + pp. (an upper-level textbook) ALTERNATING CURRENT POLAROGRAPHY AND TENSAMMETRY by B. Breyer & H.
Bauer. A far simpler and common procedure is to set up a cell in which one of the electrode reactions involves the insoluble salt, and whose net cell reaction corresponds to the dissolution of the salt. For example, to determine the K sp for silver chloride, we could use the cell.
Mainstream electronics for the foreseeable future will be based on Si substrates and on transistors that rely Electrodics: modern ideas concerning electrode reactions book the manipulation of charged carriers. Hence, engineering of the transport properties by the introduction of Si-based heterostructures is, on the one hand, a strongly application-driven field.
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