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Electrochemistry: Volume 11 - Nanosystems Electrochemistry Editors: Jay D Wadhawan, Richard G Compton



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Print publication date: 14 Dec 2012
Copyright year: 2012
Print ISBN: 978-1-84973-401-1
PDF eISBN: 978-1-84973-482-0
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About this book

Relaunching in 2012, the Specialist Periodical Report, Electrochemistry presents comprehensive and critical reviews in all aspects of the field. Specialist Periodical Reports present comprehensive and critical reviews of the current literature, with contributions from across the globe. Relaunching in 2012 with a new editorial team (Compton and Wadhawan) the eleventh volume of Electrochemistry has a special focus on Nanosystems. Uniquely, this series will include a review of Chinese literature - opening up this expanse of information to the rest of the word. Topics examined in this volume include: Nanopore systems, metal organic frameworks, nanoparticles, nanocarbon electrochemistry, bipolar electrochemistry in nanosscience and electrochemistry with liquid nanosystems. This volume is a key reference in the field of electrochemistry, allowing the reader to easily become aquainted with the latest research and opinion. Purchasers of the print edition can register for free access to the electronic edition by returning the enclosed registration card.

From the book series:
SPR - Electrochemistry

Author information

Professor Richard Compton leads the Electrochemistry Group at the University of Oxford. The author of several textbooks, Professor Compton lectures in the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry laboratory at Oxford. Dr Jay D Wadhawan is a lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Hull. His research interests include molecular electrochemistry, photoelectrochemistry and liquid:liquid electrochemistry.