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Electrochemical Surface Modification: Thin Films, Functionalization and Characterization

Electrochemical Surface Modification: Thin Films, Functionalization and Characterization

Richard C. Alkire (Editor) , Dieter M. Kolb (Editor) , Jacek Lipkowski (Editor) , Phil N. Ross (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-31419-5

Oct 2008

360 pages

In Stock

$279.00

Description

In this topical volume, the authors provide in-depth coverage of the vital relationship between electrochemistry and the morphology of thin films and surfaces. Clearly divided into four major sections, the book covers nanoscale dielectric films for electronic devices, superconformal film growth, electrocatalytic properties of transition metal macrocycles, and the use of synchrotron techniques in electrochemistry. All the chapters offer a concise introduction to the relevant topic, as well as supplying numerous references for easy access to further reading and the original literature.
The result is must-have reading for electrochemists, physical and surface chemists and physicists, as well as materials scientists and engineers active in the field of spectroscopic methods in electrochemistry.
Valve Metal, Silicon and Ceramic Oxide Dielectric Films for Electronic Devices
Superconformal Film Growth
Transition Metal Macrocycles as Electrocatalysts for Dioxygen Reduction
Multiscale Modeling and Design of Electrochemical Systems
"Despite these weaknesses, the book is a must for all libraries already owning previous volumes." (J Solid State Electrochem, 2010)