This new book is dedicated to presenting the latest research from around the world in electroanalytical chemistry, also known as electroanalysis, which lies at the interface between analytical science and electrochemistry. It is concerned with the development, characterisation and application of chemical analysis methods employing electrochemical phenomena. It has major significance in modern analytical science, enabling measurements of the smallest chemical species, the proton, right up to the macromolecules of importance in modern biology. Electroanalytical methodologies, devices and systems have importance in the contemporary laboratory as well as in out-of-laboratory applications. The latter applications are enabled by the role of electroanalysis as a major driving force in modern chemical sensor and biosensor technology as well as electroanalytical detection in microsystems technology.
Table of Contents: Preface
Chapter 1. Critical Evaluation of Dynamic Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids (Angel A. J. Torriero, Alan M. Bond, School of Chemistry, Monash University, Australia) pp. 1-63
Chapter 2. Applications of the Maximum Likelihood Technique to Certain Electrochemical Observations (Thomas Z. Fahidy, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) pp. 65-81
Chapter 3. Electrochemical Synthesis, Charge Transport and Multi-Electron Transfer Control For A New Semiconductor Nanocomposite Film With A Functional Molecule (Koji Sone, Masayuki Yagi, Niigata University, Japan) pp. 83-105
Chapter 4. Porous Silicon Formation by Metal Particle Enhanced HF Etching (Shinji Yae, Naoki Fukumuro, Hitoshi Matsuda, Department of Materials Science and Chemistry, University of Hyogo, Japan) pp. 107-126
Chapter 5. Detection of Active Oxygen Species in TiO2 Photocatalysis (Yoshio Nosaka, Nagaoka University of Technology) pp. 127-142
Chapter 6. Nonparametric Anova-Based Diagnostics of Electrochemical/Electroanalytical Measurements: An Introduction (Thomas Z. Fahidy, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada) pp. 143-161
Chapter 7. Boron Trifluoride Diethyl Etherate and Its Mixed Electrolytes: Application to the Electrochemical Syntheses of Inherently Conducting Polymers (Jingkun Xu, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, China, Weiqiang Zhou, Yichun University, China, Guangming Nie, Qingdao University of Science and Technology, China) pp. 163-183
Chapter 8. The Mutual Relation of Decisive Characteristics of Electrolytic Copper Powder and Effect of Deposition Conditions On Them (Nebojsa D. Nikolic, Ljubica J. Pavlovic, ICTM-Institute of Electrochemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia, Snezana B. Krstic, University of Belgrade, Serbia) pp. 185-209
Chapter 9. Significant Influence of the Spherical Voids in Nanocrystalline TiO2 Films on the Light Scattering and Mass Transport Behaviors (Yuan Lin, Yu-tao Ma, Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences, Key Laboratory of Photochemistry, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Sheng-jun Li, Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences, Key Laboratory of Photochemistry, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, College of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, China) pp. 211-226
Chapter 10. Electroanalysis of Organohalides (Mithran Somasundrum, Werasak Surareungchai, School of Bioresources and Technology, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand) pp. 227-242
Chapter 11. The Application of Multi-Phenyl-Naphthyl-Amine-Based Hole-Transporting Materials in Electrochromic Devices (Chien-Hsin Yang, National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Liang-Ren Huang, Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Taiwan) pp. 243-263
Chapter 12. Solvent Effect on the Adsorption of Bromide Ions on the Cd (0001) Single Crystal Plane (M. Vaartnou, K. Lust, E. Lust, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Tartu, Estonia) pp. 265-279
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Book Description: This new book is dedicated to presenting the latest research from around the world in electroanalytical chemistry, also known as electroanalysis, which lies at the interface between analytical science and electrochemistry. It is concerned with the development, characterisation and application of chemical analysis methods employing electrochemical phenomena.