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Author: John O'M. Bockris,Shahed U. M. Khan
ISBN: 0306311437
Pages: 518 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (June 30, 1979)
Language: English
Category: Chemistry
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e-Book Quantum Electrochemistry epub download

by John O'M. Bockris,Shahed U. M. Khan



John O'M. Bockris, Shahed U. M. Khan.

John O'M. The origin of this book lies in a time before one of the authors (J. O'M. left the University of Pennsylvania bound for the Flinders University. His collaboration with Dennis Matthews at the University of Pennsylvania had contributed a singular experimental datum to the quantum theory of elec trode processes: the variation of the separation factor with potential, which could only be interpreted in terms of a quantum theory of electrode kinetics.

Quantum Electrochemistry Paperback – 28 March 2012. by John O'M. Bockris (Author), Shahed U. Khan (Author).

Quantum Electrochemistry. by Shahed U M Khan and John O'M. Bockris. left the University of Pennsylvania bound for the Flinders University

Quantum Electrochemistry. by. Bockris, J. (John O'., 1923-. Includes bibliographical references and index. Electrochemistry, Quantum chemistry. New York : Plenum Press. Khan, Shahed U. Bookplateleaf. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).

The text Modern Electrochemistry (authored by J. Bockris and A. K. N. Reddy and published by Plenum . Reddy and published by Plenum Press in 1970) was written between 1967 and 1969. However, if a new Bockris and Reddy was to be prepared and include the advances of the last 20 years, with the same degree of lucidity as characterized the first one, the depth of the development would have to be well short of that needed by professional electrochemists.

Khan, "Quantum Electrochemistry", Plenum Press, New York, 1979, 538 pp. (ISBN 0-306-31143-7). Standard bearer of Quantum Electrochemistry" ("Flagman Kvantovoy Elektrokhimii"). About Professor Revaz R. Dogonadze. Urushadze, Publishing House of the Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, 1991, 140 pp. (In Russian). Bixon and J. Jortner, "Electron Transfer. From Isolated Molecules to Biomolecules". Springer US. John O’M. Khan (auth.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Bockris (Author), Shahad . ISBN-13: 978-0306443398.

Shahed Khan of Duquesne University, PA with expertise in Electrochemistry. Surface Electrochemistry. Since electrons and protons are quantum particles, their behavior and reactivity should be treated in terms of quantum-mechanical concepts. The first application of quantum-mechanical concepts to electrochemical reactions was made by R. W. Gurney as early as 1931.

The origin of this book lies in a time before one of the authors (J. O'M. B.) left the University of Pennsylvania bound for the Flinders University. His collaboration with Dennis Matthews at the University of Pennsylvania had contributed a singular experimental datum to the quantum theory of elec­ trode processes: the variation of the separation factor with potential, which could only be interpreted in terms of a quantum theory of electrode kinetics. The authors came together as a result of grad~ate work of one of them (S. U. M. K.) on the quantum mechanics and photo aspects of elec­ trode processes, and this book was written during a postdoctoral fellowship held by him at the Flinders University. Having stated the book's origin, it is worthwhile stating the rational­ izations the authors had for writing it. Historically, quantization in elec­ trochemistry began very early (1931) in the applications of the quantum theory to chemistry. (See the historical table on pages xviii-xix.) There was thereafter a cessation of work on the quantum theory in electrochemistry until a continuum dielectric viewpoint, based on Born's equation for solvation energy, began to be developed in the 1950s and snowballed during the 1960s.