This introduction to the principles and application of electrochemistry is presented in a manner designed for undergraduates in chemistry and related fields. The author covers the essential aspects of the subject and points the way to further study, his concern being with the overall shape of electrochemistry, its coherence and its wider application. This edition differs from its predecessors in having principles and applications separated, and greater prominence is given to areas such as electrochemical sensors and electroanalytical techniques, of which a number of modern methods were not included in previous editions. A range of numerical problems and outline solutions is provided for each chapter to cover most situations that a student might encounter.3.8.2 Titrimetric practice It is found in practice that an observer can normally detect no change from a full acid or full ... can be detected is therefore given by pH = pA:jApl (3.71) Problems 3.5 (i) Estimate the pH of the solution containing 0.02 .
|Title||:||Principles and Applications of Electrochemistry, 4th Edition|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-09-30|