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  1. Experimental Electrochemistry: A Laboratory Textbook by Rudolf Holze, 2009-07-14
  2. Modern Electrochemistry 1: Ionics by John O'M. Bockris, Amulya K.N. Reddy, 1998-06-30
  3. Modern Electrochemistry 2A: Fundamentals of Electrodics (Volume 0) by John O'M. Bockris, Amulya K.N. Reddy, et all 2001-01-31
  4. Electrochemistry by Carl H. Hamann, Andrew Hamnett, et all 2007-04-23
  5. Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry (Lecture Notes in Physics) by Dieter Britz, 2010-11-30
  6. Interfacial Electrochemistry by Wolfgang Schmickler, Elizabeth Santos, 2010-09-09
  7. Modern Electrochemistry: An Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Area by John O'M. Bockris, Amulya K.N. Reddy, 1973-10-31
  8. Electrochemistry: Principles, Methods, and Applications (Oxford Science Publications) by Christopher M. A. Brett, Ana Maria Oliveira Brett, 1993-07-22
  9. Fundamentals of Electrochemistry (The ECS Series of Texts and Monographs)
  10. Electrochemistry for Chemists by Donald T. Sawyer, Andrzej Sobkowiak, et all 1995-09
  11. Elements of Molecular and Biomolecular Electrochemistry: An Electrochemical Approach to Electron Transfer Chemistry by Jean-Michel Savéant, 2006-04-28
  12. Techniques and Mechanisms in Electrochemistry by P.A. Christensen, A. Hamnet, 1993-11-30
  13. Electrochemistry for Materials Science by Walfried Plieth, 2008-01-22
  14. Electrochemistry of Porous Materials by Antonio Doménech Carbó, 2009-12-10

1. Analytical Electrochemistry Forum
Login for analytical chemists that focuses on analytical electrochemical methods, including databases, journals, news, jobs and conferences from

2. Electrochemistry Dictionary
A nice dictionary of electrochemical terms.Category Science Chemistry electrochemistry......Simple and brief definitions of words and phrases used often in electrochemistry.electrochemistry Dictionary. Simple and brief definitions
E lectrochemistry D ictionary
Simple and brief definitions of words and phrases used often in electrochemistry. In some cases, a second paragraph provides further information for the "more scientifically minded." ( Revision date: January 21, 2003. Hosted by the Ernest B. Yeager Center for Electrochemical Sciences (YCES) and the Chemical Engineering Department Case Western Reserve University , Cleveland, Ohio.
Maintained by Zoltan Nagy ( The Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering and Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering Illinois Institute of Technology , Chicago, Illinois. Go to: Index Encyclopedia ESTIR Home Page YCES Home Page There are presently more than 700 entries in the dictionary, but it is far from complete. More terms are added at irregular intervals. The selection process to include terms is purely random, and it usually results in a chain reaction. Suggestions of terms to be included are welcome, together with corrections of the inevitable errors. Send them to: Zoltan Nagy at

3. International Society Of Electrochemistry
Russian Journal of electrochemistry. The discount price is 12% of the standard subscription price.
About ISE Contact Address Reports Society Awards Membership ...
Activities Annual ISE Meetings Divisions ISE Sponsored Meetings Links Publications Scientific Journals Eurocurriculum Electrochemistry Subscription form Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers has established a special price for personal subscriptions for ISE members to the
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry
The discount price is 12% of the standard subscription price. Members must confirm that the subscription is for their personal use only.
Enquireis and orders can be directed to:
Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers , P.O. Box 322, 3300AH Dordrecht, TheNetherlands
The deadline for personal subscription to the Russian Journal ofElectrochemistry for the 12 issues of 2003 is June 30, 2003.
Election results for President Elect and Vice Presidents Dear Members and Colleagues
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Winners of the 2002 Awards Winners 2002 ISE Awards 2003 Call for Applications and Nominations LINK TO: Job and for fellowship positions By FontisMedia in collaboration with H.H. Girault and O. Dossenbach

4. The Electrochemistry Group @ The University Of Liverpool
The Homepage for the electrochemistry Group at the University of Liverpool The electrochemistry Group. Prof. David J. Schiffrin
The Electrochemistry Group
Prof. David J. Schiffrin

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Department of Chemistry home page

Introduction This is the homepage of the Electrochemistry and Nanochemistry Group of Professor David J. Schiffrin . We are currently carrying out research in the following areas E-mail any comments to Last reviewed 26/09/2002.

5. Chemistry - Links For Chemists - Topics - Electrochemistry
Links for Chemists (19952002) is an index of Chemistry resources on the WWW, this section provides links to electrochemical and electrochemistry resources ELETQM-L ELETQM-L-REQUEST@UFU.BR electrochemistry. electrochemistry MAILBASE@MAILBASE.AC.UK electrochemistry for subscription
Links for Chemists
Chemistry section of the WWW Virtual Library Virtual Library Science Chemistry : Electrochemistry
This page was placed online with permission from Zoltan Nagy -, FAQs Mailing Lists Societies Journals ... Miscellaneous Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Mailing Lists Electrochemical Societies

6. Experiments In Electrochemistry
Article on experiments in electrochemistry for schools and amateur scientists. EXPERIMENTS IN. electrochemistry. by Giorgio Carboni, January 1998
by Giorgio Carboni, January 1998
Translated by G.L. Stuart CONTENTS INTRODUCTION In 1791 Luigi Galvani discovered electrical activity in the nerves of the frogs that he was dissecting. He thought that electricity was of animal origin and could be found only in living tissues. A few years later, in 1800 Alessandro Volta discovered that electricity could be produced through inorganic means. In fact, by using small sheets of copper and zinc and cloth spacers soaked in an acid solution, he built a battery - the first apparatus capable of producing electricity. Naysayers were quick to predict that electricity would never serve a useful purpose. Obviously they were very wrong. Electricity has a central role in our lives and to this day Electrochemistry is a standard course of study. While listening to lessons on Electrochemistry, many students may wonder why it was ever invented, if it was really ever necessary to invent it and if the world would be better off without it. With the small experiments that follow, we hope to make peace between these students and the study of Electrochemistry. These fun and simple experiments can teach the fundamental concepts of Electrochemistry without asking much of the student. As you will see, many of these demonstrations are easily adapted to various configurations and each can be done independently or as part of the full curriculum. POROUS VASE - An actual porous vase made for the purpose may be difficult to acquire. It is used to prevent the quick mixing of various solutions, while permitting the exchange of ions. For our purposes you can adapt a terracotta pot of the type used in gardening simply by plugging the hole in the bottom with molten wax and allowing it to cool. Another even more economical answer lies in constructing a barrier of paper. As shown in figure 4, roll the paper to form a cylinder and glue it in place on the bottom of the main container using a silicone adhesive such that liquids cannot pass between the two areas defined by the paper. A barrier of just one sheet would be too permeable, therefore use at least three layers of paper when building this device.

7. Analytical Chemistry - Electrochemistry
Pretty good selection of links. Annotated.
  • Archived Lists from the Newsgroup sci.chem.electrochem
    Gopher menu to the list archives. The real-time newsgroup is found at news:sci.chem.electrochem Chemistry and Ultrasound Research Page
    This group is studying many aspects of chemistry and ultrasound, often referred to as sonochemistry. Their research focuses on the applications of ultrasound in electrochemistry. Cold Fusion!
    The ICCF5 Discussion Group - This is the archive of an independent discussion group devoted to substantive scientific critism of the abstracts of papers that have been submitted for the Fifth International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF5 April 9-13, 1995, Monte Carlo). Corrosion and Materials Conference Diary
    A listing of upcoming conferences in the area of corrosion science. Corrosion Information Server
    Electrochemical Database

    Extensive database about conjugated polymers, covering Synthesis of heterocyclic compounds (carbazoles, pyrroles, thiophenes), Polymerization of heterocyclic compounds, Electrochemistry of conjugated polymers, Cyclic voltammetry (theory and praxis), Other conjugated polymers (polyphenylenes, polyanilines, e.g.), and Sonochemistry. Electrochemical Simulation Package - ESP
    A freeware program for IBM-PC to simulate Cyclic Voltammetry, Square Wave Voltammetry, Chronoamperometry and Sampled DC Polarography, by

8. Electrochemistry Resources
Get contact information and read about the activities and services of this British professional organization.
Agricultural Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Biochemistry Chemical Education ... Metalurgy
May 23-29,1998
Fourteenth International Symposium
Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics
Vingstedcentret, Denmark

An International Journal of Fundamental and Practical Aspects of Electroanalysis
Published by: Wiley-VCH
Electrochemistry Mailing List Electrochemistry Newsgroup Electrochimica Acta Electrochimica Acta ... Electrochimica Acta
The Journal of the International
Society of Electrochemistry Journal of Power Sources Journal of Applied Electrochemistry
Published by Chapman and Hall Journal of The Electrochemical Society Journal of the Electrochemical Society Russian Journal of Electrochemistry
Use of Electrochemistry for
Detection of Pesticides in Water
The Electrochemistry Society's Book Store How to Grow an Electrodeposited Fractal
A Search engine for electrochemistry

Bangor Electrochemistry Group
University of Wales Bangor Center for Electrochemical Engineering University of South Carolina Central Electrochemistry Research Institute, India Dennis Evans Electrochemistry Group University of Delaware Electrochemical Science and Technology University of Newcastle Upon Tyne Electrochemistry for Clean Chemical Processing Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology

9. Reference Electrodes, Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), Voltammetry, Potentiostats
Tips and information on reference electrodes, Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), instrumentation.
Electrochemistry Resources RESOURCES We hope that you will find the information in the following pages useful. Resource Topics on this Website: CLICK HERE FOR A MORE DETAILED MAP Impedance Spectroscopy can give both qualitative and quantitative information. Check here for EIS resources. UPDATED ! Quartz Crystal Microbalance in Electrochemistry Wondering about reference electrodes ? We were too! Here's what we found! Simulating Cyclic Voltammetry Some resources and hints on potentiostats . Stability, Scanning fast, application info.
Purifying mercury . Also, mercury toxicity and handling tips. Looking for a textbook on electrochemistry? Check Our Bookstore
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this information? General Resources - Elsewhere on the 'Net
Zoltan Nagy's ESTIR is probably the net's largest collection of useful Electrochemistry links. Check there for links to Societies Journals , Grad Schools The dmoz Open Directory Project 's Electrochemistry Bob Rodgers edits the Electrochemistry category.

10. RACI Electrochemistry Division
Site has a nice collection of links of interest to Australians, Resource links of interest to all.
T he R oyal A ustralian C hemical I nstitute
Chemistry in the service of Australia
EDRACI Home ... Electrochemistry Links Electrochemistry Division Welcome to EDRACI, the Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. The Division exists to promote the study and application of electrochemistry, especially within Australia. The Division has a Chair, Secretary and Treasurer, who are part of the elected committee Major activities of the Division include:
  • organization of meetings, symposia, postgraduate student schools, and local workshops sponsoring awards to recognise achievement in Australian and international electrochemistry production of a newsletter , and other initiatives that promote electrochemistry.
The next meeting of the Division will be the:

11. ScienceDirect - Electrochemistry Communications - List Of Issues
Similar pages Springer LINK Journal of Solid State electrochemistryThe Journal of Solid State electrochemistry publishes papers on all aspects ofelectrochemistry of solid compounds, including experimental and theoretical
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12. Colin's Ph.D. Thesis
Colin Cameron's Ph.D. thesis Enhanced Rates of Electron Transport in ConjugatedRedox Polymer Hybrids.
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Enhanced Rates of Electron Transport in Conjugated-Redox Polymer Hybrids
Colin G. Cameron
Please do not cite this web page directly; instead, reference it as a Ph.D. thesis using the information given on the title page. Did you find this information useful? Do you have a question or comment? Drop me a note at . Don't be shy!

13. Springer LINK Journal Of Solid State Electrochemistry - Contents
Springer LINK, Forum Springer Journal of Solid State electrochemistry.Forum What's New Search Orders Helpdesk Up. Online First 2002

14. Humphry Davy Electrochemistry
Short article how he proved that it was not using two different metals that made the Voltaic Pile work.
AD 1806
Humphry Davy
Humphry Davy (1778-1829), an English chemist, proved that it was not using two different metals that made the Voltaic Pile work. The electricity was actually caused by the chemical reaction caused by the cloth soaked in brine that Volta had used to increase conductivity. Davy was able to create an electric current from the same metal in two different fluids with the metal in each fluid touching. Among his early experiments, he used the Voltaic Pile to decompose water into hydrogen and oxygen. In fact he used this method to decompose several compounds and in the process discovered several new elements. Fun Word Fact: The process of decomposing compounds electrically is electrolysis Return to Timeline

15. Famous Scientists
Links to biographies of those who greatly contributed to electrochemistry and related fields, particularly to the physical theory of electricity and electronics.
HTTP 200 Document follows Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 13:54:37 GMT Server: NCSA/1.5.2 Last-modified: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 16:56:19 GMT Content-type: text/html Content-length: 63565 Famous Scientists
greatly contributed to "electro" science:
electricity, electromagnetism, electrical technology, electronics, electrical telegraphy, radio, electrochemistry, electromedicine, etc. This site has been optimized for 640 x 480 screen resolution.
Some pages contain many images and could take a few munites to download.
If you don't know what specifically you are looking for, I recommend you to use index pages with portraits and summaries of the scientists.

Frequently Asked Questions

about this site Virtual Museum of Old Electric, Electronic and Electrochemical Instruments
Scientists born before 1751
index page with portraits and summaries William Gilbert Niccolo Cabeo Athanasius Kircher ... George Adams, Jr.
Scientists born 1751-1800
index page with portraits and summaries Samuel Thomas Soemmering Giovanni Aldini Johann G. Friedrich Bohnenberger ... Joseph Saxton
Scientists born 1801-1850
index page with portraits and summaries Carl August von Steinheil Auguste-Arthur de La Rive Moritz Hermann Jacobi ... Robert W. E. von Bunsen

16. Welcome To The Bangor Electrochemistry & Sensors Group Homepage
Contains a detailed introduction to the electrochemistry group, under the supervision of Dr M. Kalaji .Category Science Chemistry electrochemistry Research Groups......
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17. Electrochemical Science And Technology Information Resource
Electrochemical Science and Technology Information Resource, edited by Zoltan Nagy.Category Science Chemistry electrochemistry......electrochemistry general information. Internet connections. This site contains generaland varied information about electrochemistry in thirteen sections.
E lectrochemical S cience and T echnology I nformation R esource (ESTIR)
This site contains general and varied information about electrochemistry in thirteen sections. ( Hosted by the Ernest B. Yeager Center for Electrochemical Sciences (YCES) and the Chemical Engineering Department Case Western Reserve University , Cleveland, Ohio.
Maintained by Zoltan Nagy ( The Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering and Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering Illinois Institute of Technology , Chicago, Illinois. Go to: Index Search Electrochemistry Encyclopedia Electrochemistry Dictionary ... YCES Home Page You can search the whole site, or you can choose from the INDEX. Some of the larger files can be accessed in three ways:
  • You can "browse" through the file.
  • You can "search" the file.
  • You can get a plain ascii version of the file through anonymous "ftp." The smaller files can be "browsed," and you can search them with the EDIT/FIND feature of your web browser. Visit also the sister sites of ESTIR:
    Electrochemistry Encyclopedia
  • 18. Research Solutions And Resources: An Electrochemistry Resource
    Specializes in electrochemistry and its applications, including batteries, fuel cells, corrosion, sensors, plating and electrodeposition, redox, cyclic voltammetry (CV), electrochemical impedance (EIS), instrumentation, and custom potentiostat applications.
    Welcome to
    Dr. Robert S. Rodgers maintains this site as a resource for chemists and others who have discovered the wide-ranging applications of electrochemistry. He has over 30 years experience in practicing and teaching electrochemistry and instrumentation. In the Resources section you'll find information on...

    Cyclic Voltammetry

    Quartz Crystal
    Highlights and News
    The Hydrogen Electrode
    - Nomenclature!
    Computing Impedances
    -Tips! Examples of High Temperature Reference Electrodes Harry B. Mark, Jr. Analytical Chemist. Polymer electrodes. Homepage. Ralph "Buzz" Adams SEAC Recollections Home What's New? Electrochemistry Resources CONTENTS The Bookstore CONTENTS Search Contact Us! About this Site Read our PRIVACY STATEMENT HOME NEW ... Research Solutions and Resources Updated Mar 9, 2003. Best viewed 800 x 600. Validated by W3C

    19. Physical Chemistry In Uppsala
    Research in surfactants, polymers and colloids, electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry, artificial photosynthesis, ultrafast spectroscopy, and molecular dynamics and quantum chemistry.



    Department of Physical Chemistry
    at Uppsala University
    We are located at on the Uppsala map R esearch opportunities available Internal links External links Last modified 6-Mar-03

    20. Summer School, Instrumental Methods In Electrochemistry
    The University of Southampton electrochemistry Group is holding its annual Summer School Instrumental Methods in electrochemistry from 2nd to 7th July 2000. A fairly diverse offering.
    University of Southampton ELECTROCHEMISTRY - SUMMER SCHOOL Instrumental Methods in Electrochemistry th of June to 4 th of July 2003 The course comprises a combination of lectures and laboratory work. The objective is to teach the application of modern electrochemical techniques to problems in Chemistry, Biology, Sensors, Materials Science and Industrial Processing. Instrumental Methods in Electrochemistry Topics covered in the course include: Mass transport in liquids and solids Electron transfer Potential step Instrumentation AC impedance Rotating disc electrode Ultramicroelectrodes Cyclic voltammetry and physical techniques: ECSTM, ECAFM, EQCM, SECM and Spectroelectrochemistry. The fees are as follows: Course: Accommodation (5 nights Bed and Breakfast): A discounted fee of £1100 (inclusive of accommodation) is available for delegates who register and pay before th May 2003 Additional accommodation before and after the course can be arranged. See the registration form for details. Downloads Registration Form Experiment Choice Form Forms should be sent, faxed or emailed as an attached file to Guy Denuault, to whom all enquiries should also be addressed.

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