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by Samuel Glasstone

eBook An Introduction To Electrochemistry download ISBN: 1443722944
Author: Samuel Glasstone
Publisher: Maurice Press (November 4, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 572
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An Introduction to Electrochemistry - Samuel Glasstone. Since the practical units are most frequently employed in electrochemistry, the most useful method of expressing the connection between the various units is to give the number of . CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION. units corresponding to one practical unit: the values are recorded in Table I. Table I. conversion of electrical units.

+ + + - introduction to electrochemistry Dr. Glasstone has succeeded in preparing a dearly written book which will he welcomed by those desiring . .

+ + + - introduction to electrochemistry. Samuel Glasslone, Professor of Chemistry, University of Oklahoma. D. Van Nostrand Company, In. New York, 1942. vii 557 pp. 135 figs. The hook contains a good suhject index and is well illustrated with figures.

Description: The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electrochemistry in its present state of development.

You can download the book or read it online. Description: The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electrochemistry in its present state of development. An attempt has been made to explain the fundamentals of the subject as it stands today, devoting little or no space to the consideration of theories and arguments that have been discarded or greatly modified.

The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electro chemistry in its present state of development. The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electro chemistry in its present state of development. In this way it is hoped that the reader will acquire the modern point of view in electrochemistry without being burdened by much that is obsolete.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROCHEMISTRY by SAMUEL GLASSTONE. PREFACE: The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electro chemistry in its present state of development. An attempt has been made to explain the fundamentals of the subject as it stands today, de voting little or no space to the consideration of theories and arguments that have been discarded or greatly modified. In this way it is hoped that the reader will acquire the modern point of view in electrochemistry without being burdened by much that is obsolete. In the opinion of the writer, there have been four developments in the past two decades that have had an important influence on electrochemistry. They are the ac tivity concept, the interionic attraction theory, the proton-transfer theory of acids and bases, and the consideration of electrode reactions as rate processes. These ideas have been incorporated into the structure of the book, with consequent simplification and clarification in the treatment of many aspects of electrochemistry. This book differs from the au thors earlier work, The Electrochem istry of Solutions in being less comprehensive and in giving less detail. While the latter is primarily a work of reference, the present book is more suited to the needs of students of physical chemistry, and to those of chemists, physicists and physiologists whose work brings them in con tact with a variety of electrochemical problems. As the title implies, the book should also serve as an introductory text for those who in tend to specialize in either the theoretical or practical applications of electrochemistry. In spite of some lack of detail, the main aspects of the subject have been covered, it is hoped impartially and adequately. There has been some tendency in recent electrochemical texts to pay scant attention to the phenomena at active electrodes, such as ovcrvoltage, passivity, cor rosion, deposition of metals, and so on. These topics, vihich are of importance in applied electrochemistry, are treated here at Mich length as seems reasonable. In addition, in view of tho growing interest in electrophoresis, and its general acceptance as a branch of electrochem istry, a chapter on clectrokinetic phenomena has boon included. No claim is made to anything approaching completeness in the matter of references to the scientific literature. Such reformers as arc given arc generally to the more recent publications, to review articles, and to papers that may, for one reason or another, have some special interest. References are also frequently included to indicate the sources from which data have been obtained for many of the diagrams and tables. Since no effort was made to be exhaustive in this connection, it was felt that an author index would be misleading...
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There is nothing wrong with this book, but everything with its "product description". As you will note when clicking on the Copyright page, this is a reprint of a 1942 book by Glasstone; it is by now two-thirds of a century old. Yet the product description does not state so explicitly, but merely copies the 1942 introduction, which talks about the "present state of development" of electrochemistry, and expresses the hope that "the reader will acquire the modern view in electrochemistry".

That was indeed the object of this book in 1942; the object of reprinting this introductory statement now is clearly to mislead the prospective buyer.