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Electrochemical Engineering Across Scales: From Molecules to Processes.


Electrochemical Engineering Across Scales: From Molecules to Processes

Edited by Richard C. Alkire, Philip N. Bartlett, and Jacek Lipkowski



328 pages



Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering; Volume 15


Scientists and engineers in the physical sciences describe electrochemical systems for which new experimental and computational approaches are used to facilitate movement between scientific fundamentals and technological applications. They cover the role of electrochemical engineering in the energy future, the path from invention to product for the magnetic thin film head, electrochemical surface processes and opportunities for material synthesis, the mathematical modeling of self-organized porous anodic oxide films, engineering self-organizing electrochemistry: porous alumina and titania nanotubes, diffusion-induced stress within core-shell structures and implications for robust electrode design and materials selection, cost-based discovery for engineering solutions, and the multi-scale study of electrochemical energy systems.

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