3 edition of electrochemistry of oxygen found in the catalog.
electrochemistry of oxygen
James Patrick Hoare
|Statement||[by] James P. Hoare.|
|LC Classifications||QD571 .H56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 423 p.|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||68016055|
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The Plastic Hydrogen Bomb It sounds like the perfect terrorist weapon, but it is a toy that teaches the principles of 's also a high-tech squirt gun. The Plastic Hydrogen Bomb uses electricity to break apart water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY 25 () Electrochemical removal of dissolved oxygen from water K. VUORILEHTO, A. TAMMINEN, S. YLASAARI Laboratory of Corrosion and Material Chemistry, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland Received 3 November ; revised 25 August File Size: KB.
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New York, Interscience Publishers  (OCoLC) Explores both electrochemistry fundamentals and the applications of oxygen in electrochemical systems. Much of the information is summarized in tables which are accompanied by a list of references to consult for details.
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A process of this kind is known generally as an electrode Size: KB. Explores both electrochemistry fundamentals and the applications of oxygen in electrochemical systems. Much of the information is summarized in tables which are accompanied by a list of references to consult for details.
Emphasizes fuel cells and metal/air batteries. Electrochemistry Skills Expected in Quiz. Explain the meaning of terms used in electrochemistry and properly use the cell notations. For example, galvanic cells or voltaic cells are devices that use spontaneous chemical reactions to produce electric currents.
Other terms are reduction potentials, oxidation potentials, oxidation state, redox reactions, cathode, anode, cell potentials, Nernst. One of the oldest and most important applications of electrochemistry is to the storage and conversion of energy.
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