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By Henri D. Hurwitz, André Jenard, Bede Bicamumpaka (auth.), Oliver J. Murphy, Supramaniam Srinivasan, Brian E. Conway (eds.)

This ebook originated out of the papers awarded on the certain symposium, "Electrochemistry in Transition-From the 20 th to the twenty first Century," scheduled through the department of Colloid and floor technological know-how through the American Chemical Society assembly in Toronto. The symposium used to be in honor of Professor J. O'M. Bockris, who got the ACS award on "The Chemistry of up to date Technological difficulties" (sponsored through Mobay company) in this assembly and who additionally reached his sixty fifth birthday within the comparable 12 months. The symposium used to be of a multidisciplinary nature and encompassed the fields of theoretical and experimental elec­ trochemistry, floor technology, spectroscopy, and electrochemical know-how. The symposium additionally had a world style in that the individuals represented a number of nations­ Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, England, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzer­ land, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, and the U.S.. The symposium used to be graciously subsidized via the ACS (Petroleum learn Fund and department of Colloid and floor Science), Alcan overseas, Dow Chemical corporation, EG&G, Electrolyzer company, Exxon, normal electrical corporation, IBM, Institute of fuel expertise, overseas organization of Hydrogen power, Johnson Matthey, Inc. , Kerr-McGee company, Medtronics, and Texas A&M collage (Center for Electrochemical platforms and Hydrogen study and the Hampton Robinson Fund). The "theme" of the papers offered on the symposium lined not just major contributions made to electrochemistry within the 20th century, but additionally "New Horizons in Electrochemistry" for the twenty-first century. hence, the scientists who awarded papers have been invited to give a contribution chapters to this e-book, having a similar titles because the symposium.

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