List of Review Chapters Relating to Electrochemistry

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This compilation of review chapters on electrochemistry: science, engineering, and technology is collected from multi-author advances/review books published in English since 1950. Contributions from selected review journals are also included. In all probability, these reviews (and their reference lists) contain all major advances made in electrochemistry during the last few decades. Hopefully, this listing will provide a useful information source for students and research workers of electrochemistry. Many of the sources used are not included in standard abstracting services. The file contains more than 7,000 reviews.

The reviews are listed in chronological order by year of publication, and in alphabetical order by first author for each year. Publication information (editor, title, publisher, etc) is coded in source abbreviations listed at the beginning of the file. The file can be viewed in its entirety or by year. If you wish, you can also carry out a keyword search of this file. You can not search the “source abbreviations“ through this command, for that you must use the search function of your internet browser.

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AACI: Advances in analytical chemistry and instrumentation, 11 volumes
Edited by C.N. Reilley, Vol. 10 edited by H.W. Nurnberg, Wiley-Interscience, New York 1960-1974.

ACAR: Analytical chemistry, annual review issues
Review journal published by the American Chemical Society, Washington From 1960–, Vol. 32–

ACEM: Advanced chromatographic and electromigration methods in biosciences (J. of chromatography library, Vol. 60)
Edited by Z. Deyl, I. Miksik, F. Tagliaro, and E. Tesarova, Elsevier, New York 1998.

ACEP: Affinity capillary electrophoresis in pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics (Drugs and the pharmaceutical sciences, Vol. 128)
Edited by R.H.H. Neubert and H.-H. Ruttinger, Dekker, New York 2003.

ACES: Advances in chemical engineering and science, 3 volumes
Scientific Research Publishing Inc., Irvine CA USA 2011-2013

ACHE: Advances in chemical engineering, 41 volumes
Academic Press, New York 1956-2012.

ACHP: Advances in chemical physics, 148 volumes
Wiley-Interscience, New York 1958-2012.

ACHR: Advances in chromatography, 47 volumes
Marcel Dekker, New York 1965-2005.
CRC - Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL 2006-2009.

ACIS: Advances in colloid and interface science
Review journal published by Elsevier, Amsterdam 1967–

ACST: Advances in corrosion science and technology, 7 volumes
Edited by M.G. Fontana and R.W. Staehle, Plenum Press, New York 1970-1980.

ADCA: Advances in catalysis, 54 volumes
Edited by D.D. Eley, H. Pines, and P.B. Weisz, Academic Press, New York 1948-2011.

ADCS: Advances in colloid science, 3 volumes
Interscience, New York 1942-1950.

ADFC: Advances in fuel cells
Edited by T.S. Zhao, K.-D. Kreuer, and T.V. Nguyen, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2007.

ADHT: Advances in heat transfer, 36 volumes
Edited by T.F. Irvine and J.P. Hartnett, Academic Press, New York 1964-2002.

ADLB: Advances in lithium-ion batteries
Edited by W.A. van Schalkwijk and B. Scrosati, Kluwer, Boston, MA 2002.

ADSC: Advances in sonochemistry
JAI, London 1990–

AEAP: Applications of electroactive polymers
Edited by B. Scrosati, Chapman and Hall, London 1993.

AEEE: Advances in electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, 13 volumes
Vol. 1-8, edited by P. Delahay and C.W. Tobias, 1961-1971
Vol. 9, Optical techniques in electrochemistry, edited by R.H. Muller 1973
Vol. 10-13, edited by H. Gerischer and C.W. Tobias, 1977-1984
Wiley-Interscience, New York 1961-1984.

AEPH: Advances in electrophoresis, 7 volumes
Edited by A. Chrambach, M.J. Dunn, and B.J. Radola, VCH, New York 1987-1994.

AESE: Advances in electrochemical science and engineering, 13 volumes
Vol. 1-4, edited by H. Gerischer and C.W. Tobias, VCH, New York 1990-1995.
Vol. 5, edited by R.C. Alkire, H. Gerischer, D.M. Kolb, and C.W. Tobias, 1997
Vol. 6-8, edited by R.C. Alkire and D.M. Kolb, 1999-2003
Vol. 9-12, edited by R.C. Alkire, D.M. Kolb, J. Lipkowski, and P.N. Ross
Vol. 13, edited by R.C. Alkire, D.M. Kolb, and J. Lipkowski
Vol. 9: Diffraction and spectroscopic methods in electrochemistry, 2006
Vol. 10: Electrochemical surface modification: thin films, functionalization and characterization, 2008
Vol. 11: Chemically modified electrodes, 2009
Vol. 12: Photoelectrochemical materials and energy conversion processes, 2010
Vol. 13: Bioelectrochemistry, 2011
Wiley-VCH, New York 1997–.

AETC: Advances in electron transfer chemistry, 5 volumes
Edited by P.S. Mariano, JAI Press, Greenwich, CT 1991-1996.

AFEP: Affinity electrophoresis: principles and applications
Edited by J. Breborowicz and A. Mackiewicz, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1992.

AGSE: Advanced gas sensing: the electroadsorptive effect and related techniques
Edited by T. Doll, Kluwer Academic, Boston 2003.

AICH: Advances in inorganic chemistry, 61 volumes
Vol. 1-31, edited by H.J. Emeleus and A.G. Sharpe
Vol. 32–, edited by A.G. Sykes and R. Cammack
Academic Press, New York 1959-2009.

AIMA: Advanced instrumental methods of chemical analysis
Edited by J. Churacek, Ellis Horwood, New York 1993.

AISM: The applications of ion-selective microelectrodes (Research Monographs of Cell and Tissue Physiology, Vol. 4)
Edited by T. Zeuthen, Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical, Amsterdam, 1981.

ALE1: Understanding the Hall-Heroult process for production of aluminium (aluminum)
Edited by K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, Aluminium-Verlag, Dusseldorf, 1986.

ALE2: Introduction to aluminium electrolysis: understanding the Hall-Heroult process (2nd ed) (aluminum)
Edited by K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, Aluminium-Verlag, Dusseldorf, 1993.

ALFU: Alcoholic fuels
Edited by S. Minteer, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 2006.

ALUM: Aluminum, Vol. 3
Edited by K.R. Van Horn, American Society for Metals, Metals Park, OH 1967.

AMSC: Advances in molten salt chemistry, 6 volumes
Edited by J. Braunstein, C.B. Mamantov, G. Mamantov, and G.P. Smith
Vol. 1-4, Plenum Press, New York 1971-1981
Vol. 5–, Elsevier, New York 1983-1987.

ANCE: Analysis of nucleic acids by capillary electrophoresis
Edited by C. Heller, Vieweg, Braunschweig, Germany 1997.

ANFC: Assessment of research needs for advanced fuel cells
Edited by S.S. Penner, Pergamon, New York 1986

ANSD: Applications of nanomaterials in sensors and diagnostics
Edited by A. Tuantranont, Springer, New York 2013.

APHC: Advances in physical chemistry: current developments in electrochemistry and corrosion
Edited by Y.M. Kolotyrkin, MIR, Moscow 1982.

APOC: Advances in physical organic chemistry, 44 volumes
Academic Press, New York 1963-2010.

ARAC: Annual review of analytical chemistry
Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA.
From 2008--- (Vol. 1---)

ARCH: Annual reports on the progress of chemistry
The Royal Society of Chemistry, London.
From 1950– (Vol. 46–)

ARCE: Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering
Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA.
From 2010--- (Vol. 1---)

ARMS: Annual review of materials research
Vol. 1-30, Annual review of materials science, 1971-2000.
Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA.
From 1971– (Vol. 1–)

ARPC: Annual review of physical chemistry
Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA.
From 1950– (Vol. 1–)

ASET: Aqueous systems at elevated temperatures and pressures: physical chemistry in water, steam and hydrothermal solutions
Edited by D.A. Palmer, R. Fernandez-Prini, and A.H. Harvey, Elsevier, New York 2004.

ATRP: Advances in transport processes
Edited by A.S. Mujumdar and R.A. Mashelkar, Wiley, New York 1980.

AUBT: Automotive battery technology
Edited by A. Thaler and D, Watzenig, Springer, New York 2014.


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BASU: Batteries for sustainability
Edited by R.J. Brodd, Springer, New York 2013.

BATT: Batteries, 2 volumes
Edited by K.V. Kordesch, Marcel Dekker, New York 1974-1977.

BBIS: Biological and biomedical applications of isoelectric focusing
Edited by N. Catsimpoolas and J. Drysdale, Plenum Press, New York 1977.

BECF: Bioelectrochemistry: fundamentals, experimental techniques and applications
Edited by P.N. Bartlett, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2008.

BESA: Bioelectrochemical systems: from extracellular electron transfer to biotechnological application
Edited by K. Rabaey, L. Angenent, U. Schroder, and J. Keller, IWA, London 2010.

BFTP: Portable batteries: fundamentals and theory, running techniques, outlook
Edited by H.A Kiehne, Expert-Verlag, Ehningen bei Boblingen, Germany, 1988.

BFTR: Batteries: fundamentals and theory, running techniques, outlook
Edited by H.A Kiehne, Expert-Verlag, Ehningen bei Boblingen, Germany 1989.

BIBD: Batteries for implantable biomedical devices
Edited by B.B. Owens, Plenum Press, New York 1986.

BIEC: Bioinorganic electrochemistry
Edited by O. Hammerich and J. Ulstrup, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands 2008.

BIOT: Biotechnology, Vol. 10, (2nd ed)
Edited by H.-J. Rehm, Wiley-VCH, New York 2001.

BPAP: Bioelectrochemistry: principles and practice, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, Switzerland.
Vol. 1. Bioelectrochemistry: general introduction, Edited by S.R Caplan, I.R. Miller, and G. Milazzo, 1995.
Vol. 2. Bioelectrochemistry of cells and tissues, Edited by D. Walz, H. Berg, and G. Milazzo, 1995.
Vol. 3. Experimental techniques in bioelectrochemistry, Edited by V. Brabec, D. Walz and G. Milazzo, 1996.
Vol. 4. Bioenergetics, Edited by P. Graber and G. Milazzo, 1997.
Vol. 5. Bioelectrochemistry of biomacromolecules, Edited by G. Lanaz and G. Milazzo, 1997.
Vol. 6. Bioelectrochemistry of membranes, Edited by D. Walz, J. Teissie, and G. Milazzo, 2004.

BMEL: Biomembrane electrochemistry (American Chemical Society Advances in Chemistry Series 235)
Edited by M. Blank and I. Vodyanov, ACS, Washington 1994.

BTH1: Battery technology handbook (Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Vol. 60)
Edited by H.A. Kiehne, Marcel Dekker, New York 1989.

BTH2: Battery technology handbook (2nd ed)
Edited by H.A. Kiehne, Marcel Dekker, New York 2003.


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CACE: Clinical applications of capillary electrophoresis (Methods of molecular medicine, 1999;27)
Edited by S.M. Palfrey, Humana, Totowa, NJ 1999.

CAEC: Capillary electrochromatography
Edited by Z. Deyl and F. Svec, Elsevier, New York 2001.

CAEL: Capillary electrochromatography
Edited by K.D. Bartle and P. Myers, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK 2001.

CAFC: Catalysts for alcohol-fuelled direct oxidation fuel cells
Edited by Z.-X. Liang and T.S. Zhao, RSC, Cambridge 2012.

CAP1: Capillary electrophoresis, theory and practice
Edited by P. Camilleri, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1993.

CAP2: Capillary electrophoresis, theory and practice (2nd ed)
Edited by P. Camilleri, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1998.

CAPP: Corrosion: aqueous processes and passive films
Edited by J.C. Scully, (Treatise on materials science and technology, Vol. 23, treatise editor: H. Herman) Academic Press, New York 1983.

CARE: Catalysis reviews, science and engineering
Review journal published by Marcel Dekker, New York, From 1967–

CCHK: Comprehensive chemical kinetics, 42 volumes
Edited by C.H. Bamford, C.F.H. Tipper, R.G. Compton, A. Hamnett, and G. Hancock, Elsevier, New York 1969-2007.

CEAB: Capillary electrophoresis in analytical biotechnology
Edited by P.G. Righetti, CRC, New York 1996.

CEAD: Coulometric electrode array detectors for HPLC (Progress in HPLC-HPCE, Vol. 6)
Edited by I.N. Acworth, M. Naoi, H. Parvez, and S. Parvez , VSP, Utrecht, Netherlands 1997.

CEBE: Capillary electrophoresis in biotechnology and environmental analysis (Progress in HPLC-HPCE, Vol. 5)
Edited by H. Parvez, P. Caudy, S. Parvez, and P. Roland-Gosselin, VSP, Ultrecht 1997.

CEBI: Capillary electrophoresis of biomolecules: methods and protocols
Edited by N. Volpi and F. Maccari, Humana, New York 2013.

CECH: Catalysis in electrochemistry: from fundamentals to strategies for fuel cell development (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
Edited by E. Santos and W. Schmickler, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2011.

CEES: Carbons for electrochemical energy storage and conversion systems
Edited by F. Beguin and E. Frackowiak, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2010.

CEMC: Capillary electrophoresis and microchip capillary electrophoresis: principles, applications, and limitations
Edited by C.D. Garcia, K.Y. Chumbimuni-Torres, and E. Carrilho, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2013.

CEMP: Capillary electrophoresis: methods and protocols (Methods in molecular biology, Vol. 384)
Edited by P. Schmitt-Kopplin, Humana, Totowa, NJ 2008.

CENA: Capillary electrophoresis of nucleic acids, Vol. 1-2 (Methods of molecular biology, Vol. 162-163)
Edited by K.R. Mitchelson and J. Cheng, Humana, Totowa, NJ 2001.

CENE: Copper electrodeposition for nanofabrication of electronics devices
Edited by K. Kondo, R.N. Akolkar, D.P. Barkey, and M. Yokoi, Springer, New York 2014.

CENP: Catalysis and electrocatalysis at nanoparticle surfaces
Edited by A. Wieckowski, E.R. Savinova, and C.G. Vayenas, Marcel Dekker, New York 2003.

CEP1: Chromatography: adsorption, partition, ion exchange, electrochromatography, column, slab, paper, gas
Edited by E. Heftmann, Reinhold, New York 1961.

CEP2: Chromatography (2nd ed)
Edited by E. Heftmann, Reinhold, New York 1967.

CEP3: Chromatography: a laboratory handbook of chromatographic and electrophoretic methods (3rd ed)
Edited by E. Heftmann, Reinhold, New York 1975.

CEP4: Chromatography: fundamentals and applications of chromatographic and electrophoretic methods, Parts A and B (4th ed)
Edited by E. Heftmann, Elsevier, New York 1983.

CEP5: Chromatography: fundamentals and applications of chromatography and related differential migration methods, Parts A and B (5th ed)
Edited by E. Heftmann, Elsevier, Amsterdam 1992.

CEP6: Chromatography: fundamentals and applications of chromatography and related differential migration methods, Parts A and B (6th ed)
Edited by E. Heftmann, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2004.

CEPA: Capillary electrophoresis methods for pharmaceutical Analysis
Edited by S. Ahuja and M.I. Jimidar, Elsevier/Academic, Boston 2008.

CEPG: Capillary electrophoresis guidebook: principles, operation, and applications (Methods in molecular biology, Vol. 52)
Edited by K.D. Altria, Humana, Totowa, NJ 1996.

CEPH: Cell electrophoresis
Edited by J. Bauer, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1994.

CEPT: Capillary electrophoresis technology (Chromatographic science series, 64)
Edited by N.A. Guzman, Dekker, New York 1993.

CET1: Chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques, Vol. 2: zone electrophoresis
Edited by I. Smith, Heinemann, London 1960.

CET2: Chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques, Vol. 2: zone electrophoresis (2nd ed)
Edited by I. Smith, Heinemann, London 1968.

CET4: Chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques, Vol. 2: zone electrophoresis (4th ed)
Edited by I. Smith and J.W.T. Seakins, Heinemann, London 1976.

CETP: Capillary electrophoresis: theory and practice
Edited by P.D. Grossman and J.C. Colburn, Academic, San Diego 1992.

CFEP: Clinical and forensic applications of capillary electrophoresis
Edited by J.R. Petersen and A.A. Mohammad, Humana, Totowa, NJ 2001.

CHE1: Carbohydrate analysis: high performance liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis (J. of chromatography library, Vol. 58)
Edited by Z. El Rassi, Elsevier, New York 1995.

CHE2: Carbohydrate analysis by modern chromatography and electrophoresis (J. of chromatography library, Vol. 66)
Edited by Z. El Rassi, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2002.

CHNM: The chemistry of nanomaterials: synthesis, properties and applications, 2 volumes
Edited by C.N.R. Rao, A. Muller, and A.K. Cheetham, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2004.

CHPC: Chemistry and physics of carbon, 30 volumes
Vol. 1-29, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1965-2004.
Vol. 30---, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2008.

CHRE: Chemical reviews
Review journal published by the American Chemical Society, Washington From 1950–, Vol. 46–

CLE2: Clinical electrotherapy (2nd ed)
Edited by R.M. Nelson and D.P. Currier, Appleton-Lange, Norwalk, CT 1991.

CLE3: Clinical electrotherapy (3rd ed)
Edited by R.M. Nelson, K.W. Hayes, and D.P. Currier, Appleton-Lange, Stamford, CT 1999.

CMAT: Carbon materials for advanced technologies
Edited by T.D. Burchell, Pergamon, New York 1999.

CMCE: Chemometric methods in capillary electrophoresis
Edited by G. Hanrahan and F.A. Gomez, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2010.

CMPU: Chlorine: its manufacture, properties and uses
Edited by J.S. Sconce, Reinhold, New York 1962.

CNAS: The chemistry of non-aqueous solvents, 5 volumes (Vol. 5 in two parts)
Edited by J.J. Lagowski, Academic Press, New York 1966-1978.

CNPM: Characterization of nanophase materials
Edited by Z.L. Wang, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2000.

CNSP: Chemistry of nonaqueous solutions: current progress
Edited by G. Mamantov and A.I. Popov, VCH, New York 1994.

COM1: Corrosion mechanisms in theory and practice
Edited by P. Marcus and J. Oudar, Marcel Dekker, New York 1995.

COM2: Corrosion mechanisms in theory and practice (2nd ed)
Edited by P. Marcus, Marcel Dekker, New York 2002.

COME: Corrosion mechanisms
Edited by F. Mansfeld, Marcel Dekker, New York 1987.

COPR: Corrosion processes
Edited by R.N. Parkins, Applied Science Publishers, New York 1982.

CPSC: Cathodic protection of steel in concrete
Edited by P.M. Chess, E&FN Spon, London 1998.

CRAC: Critical reviews in analytical chemistry
Review journal published by Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia 1970–

CRSM: Critical reviews in solid state and materials sciences
Vol. 1-6: Critical reviews in solid state sciences
Review journal published by The Chemical Rubber Co. Cleveland, OH 1970-1976.
Vol. 7-28: Review journal published by CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 1977-2003.
Vol. 29–: Review journal published by Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia 2004–

CSCE: Chiral separations by capillary electrophoresis (Chromatographic science series, 100)
Edited by A. van Eeckhaut and Y. Michotte, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2010.

CSMC: Comprehensive supramolecular chemistry, 10 volumes
Series editors: J.L. Atwood, J.E.D. Davies, D.D. MacNicol, F. Vogtle, and J.-M. Lehn, Pergamon Press, New York 1996.
Vol. 1: Molecular recognition: receptors for cationic guests Edited by G.W. Gokel
Vol. 8: Physical methods in supramolecular chemistry Edited by J.E.D. Davies and J.A. Ripmeester
Vol. 10: Supramolecular technology Edited by D.N. Reinhoudt

CSPR: Catalysis: a specialist periodical report, 25 volumes
The Royal Society of Chemistry/The Chemical Society, Burlington House, London 1977-2013.

CTEC: Comprehensive treatise of electrochemistry, 10 volumes
Edited by J.O'M. Bockris, Yu.A. Chizmadzhev, B.E. Conway, S.U.M. Khan, S. Sarangapani, S. Srinivasan, R.E. White, and E. Yeager, Plenum Press, New York 1980-1985
Vol. 1: The double layer, 1980
Vol. 2: Electrochemical processing, 1981
Vol. 3: Electrochemical energy conversion and storage, 1981
Vol. 4: Electrochemical materials science, 1981
Vol. 5: Thermodynamic and transport properties of aqueous and molten electrolytes, 1983
Vol. 6: Electrodics: transport, 1983
Vol. 7: Kinetics and mechanism of electrode processes, 1983
Vol. 8: Experimental methods in electrochemistry, 1984
Vol. 9: Electrodics: experimental techniques, 1984
Vol. 10: Bioelectrochemistry, 1985.

CTMS: Current topics in materials science, 12 volumes
Edited by E. Kaldis, North-Holland, New York 1978-1985.


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DEEL: Developments in electrochemistry
J.H. Chun (Ed), InTech, New York 2012.
Available on the WWW: http://www.intechopen.com/books/developments-in-electrochemistry

DIEL: Diamond electrochemisty
Eited by A. Fujishima, Y. Einaga, T.N. Rao, and D.A. Tryk, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2005.

DMED: Demineralization by electrodialysis
Edited by J.R. Wilson, Butterworths, London 1960.

DMFC: Device and materials modeling in PEM fuel cells
Edited by S.J. Paddison and K. Promislow, Springer, New York 2009.

DNAS: DNA structures, Part B, Chemical and electrophoretic analysis of DNA (Methods in enzymology, Vol. 212)
Edited by D.M.J. Lilley and J.E. Dahlberg, Academic, San Diego 1992.


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EABM: Electroanalytical methods for biological materials
Edited by A. Brajter-Toth and J.Q. Chambers, Marcel Dekker, New York 2002.

EACH: Electroanalytical chemistry: a series of advances, 24 volumes
Vol. 1-18: edited by A.J. Bard,
Vol. 19-22: edited by A.J. Bard and I. Rubinstein,
Vol. 23–: edited by A.J. Bard and C.G. Zoski,
Marcel Dekker, New York, Vol. 1-22, 1966-2004.
CRC Press, Boca Raton FL, Vol. 23–, 2010–.

EAEA: Electroanalytical methods in chemical and environmental analysis
Edited by R. Kalvoda, Plenum, New York 1987.

EAE1: Electroanalytical methods: guide to experiments and applications
Edited by F. Scholz, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 2002.

EAE2: Electroanalytical methods: guide to experiments and applications (2nd ed)
Edited by F. Scholz, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 2010.

EAPM: Electroactive polymer (EAP) actuators as artificial muscles: reality, potential, and challenges
Edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, SPIE Press (Vol. PM98) 2001.

ECCE: Electrochemistry of cleaner environments
Edited by J.O'M. Bockris, Plenum Press, New York 1972.

ECEG: Electrochemotherapy, electrogenetherapy, and transdermal drug delivery: electrically mediated delivery of molecules to cells
Edited by M.J. Jaroszeski, R. Heller, and R. Gilbert, Humana, Totowa, NJ 2000.

ECEI: Electrocatalysis: computational, experimental, and industrial aspects (Surfactant Science series Vol. 149)
Edited by C.F. Zinola, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2010.

ECFC: Electrocatalysis in fuel cells: a non- and low-platinum approach (Lecture Notes in Energy, Vol. 9)
Edited by M. Shao, Springer, New York 2013.

ECFE: Electrochemistry for the environment
Edited by C. Comninellis and G. Chen, Springer, New York 2010.

ECHL: The electrochemistry of lead
Edited by A.T. Kuhn, Academic Press, New York 1979.

ECHM: Electrochemical machining
Edited by A.E. De Barr and D.A. Oliver, Macdonald, London and Elsevier, New York 1968.

ECHN:: Electrochemical nanotechnologies
Edited by T. Osaka, M. Datta, and Y. Shacham-Diamand, Springer, New York 2010.

ECHT: Electrochemical hydrogen technologies: electrochemical production and combustion of hydrogen
Edited by H. Wendt, Elsevier, New York 1990.

ECMO: Electrodes of conductive metal oxides, 2 volumes
Edited by S. Trasatti, Elsevier, New York 1980-1981.

ECMT: Electrochemical microsystem technologies (New trends in electrochemical technology, Vol. 2)
Edited by J.W. Schultze, T. Osaka, and M. Datta , Taylor and Francis, New York 2002.

ECNF: Electrochemical nanofabrication: principles and applications
Edited by D. Wei, Pan Stanford, Singapore 2012.

ECNM: Electrochemistry of nanomaterials
Edited by G. Hodes, Wiley-VCH, New York 2001.

ECNP: Electrochemistry of nucleic acids and proteins: towards electrochemical sensors for genomics and proteomics (Perspectives in Bioanalysis, Vol. 1)
Edited by E. Palecek, F. Scheller, and J. Wang, Elsevier, Boston 2005.

ECNS: Electrochemistry at the nanoscale
Edited by P. Schmuki and S. Virtanen, Springer, New York 2009.

ECNT: Electrochemical nanotechnology: in situ local probe techniques at electrochemical interfaces
Edited by W. Lorenz and W. Plieth, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 1998.

ECPD: Encyclopedia of chemical processing and design, 69 volumes
Edited by J.J. McKetta, Marcel Dekker, New York 1976-2002.

ECPC: Electrochemical properties of clays (CMS Workshop Lectures, Vol. 10)
Edited by A. Fitch, The Clay Minerals Society, Aurora, CO 2002.

ECPS: Electrochemical power sources: primary and secondary batteries
Edited by M. Barak, Peter Peregrinus Ltd. (for Institution of Electrical Engineers) New York 1980.

ECRN: Electrocrystallization in nanotechnology
Edited by G. Staikov, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2007.

ECRT: Electrochemical remediation technologies for polluted soils, sediments and groundwater
Edited by K.R Reddy and C. Cameselle, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2009.

ECSI: Electrochemistry: calculations, simulations, and instrumentation
Edited by J.S. Mattson, H.B. Mark, and H.C. MacDonald, Marcel Dekker, New York 1972.

EDFC: The economic dynamics of fuel cell technologies
Edited by A. Avadikyan, P. Cohendet, and J.-A. Heraud, Springer, New York 2003.

EDIL: Electrodeposition in ionic liquids
Edited by F. Endres, D. MacFarlane, and A. Abbott, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2008.

EDMA: Electrodeposition of metals and alloys
Edited by N.E. Khomutov, Israeli Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem 1969.

EDMC: Electrochemical detection in medicine and chemistry (Progress in HPLC Vol. 2)
Edited by H. Parvez, M. Bastart-Malsot, S. Parvez, T. Nagatsu, and G. Carpentier, VNU Science, Utrecht, Netherlands 1987.

EDNA: Electrochemical DNA biosensors
Edited by M. Ozsoz, Pan Stanford, Singapore 2012.

EECE: Encyclopedia of electrochemistry of the elements, 15 volumes
Vol. 1-9, (Vol. 9 in two parts) edited by A.J. Bard,
Vol. 10, edited by J.A. Plambeck,
Vol. 11-15, edited by A.J. Bard and H. Lund
Marcel Dekker, New York 1973-1986.

EECD: Electrochemical and electrocatalytic reactions of carbon dioxide
Edited by B.P. Sullivan, K. Krist, and H.E. Guard, Elsevier, New York 1993.

EECH: Encyclopedia of electrochemistry, 10 volumes
Series edited by A.J. Bard and M. Stratmann, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim.
Vol. 1: Thermodynamics and electrified interfaces, Edited by E. Gileadi and M. Urbakh, 2002.
Vol. 2: Interfacial kinetics and mass transport, Edited by E.J. Calvo, 2003.
Vol. 3: Instrumentation and electroanalytical chemistry, Edited by P.R. Unwin, 2003.
Vol. 4: Corrosion and oxide films, Edited by M. Stratmann and G.S. Frankel, 2003.
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EFAP: Electric field applications in chromatography, industrial and chemical processes
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EFRD: Electroforming in restorative dentistry: new dimensions in biologically based prostheses
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EFSM: Electrochemistry of functional supramolecular systems (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
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EGCL: Electrogenerated chemiluminescence
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EGGM: Electrochemistry of glasses and glass melts, including glass electrodes
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EIFM: Electrophoretic and isoelectric focusing techniques in fisheries management
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EIL1: Electrochemical aspects of ionic liquids
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EIL2: Electrochemical aspects of ionic liquids (2nd ed)
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EIMP: Electroimmunochemical analysis of membrane proteins
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EIMT: Electrochemical interfaces: modern techniques for in-situ interface characterization
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EKPH: Electrokinetic phenomena: principles and applications in analytical chemistry and microchip technology
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EKSM: Electrokinetic separation methods
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ELCM:Electrochemistry
Edited by M.A.A. Khalid, InTech, New York 2013.
Available on the WWW: http://www.intechopen.com/books/electrochemistry

ELDM: Electrophoresis of large DNA molecules: theory and applications (Current communications in cell and molecular biology, Vol. 1)
Edited by E. Lai and B.W. Birren, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Plainview, New York 1990.

ELID: Electrolytic in-process dressing (ELID) technologies: fundamentals and applications
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ELMC: Electrical manipulation of cells
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ELPH: Electropharmacology
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ELPL: Electroless plating: fundamentals and applications
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ELTE: Electrotechnology, 2 volumes
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ELWR: Electrochemistry in light water reactors: reference electrodes, measurement, corrosion and tribocorrosion issues (European Federation of Corrosion Publ. No. 49)
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EMAC: Electrometric methods (in analytical chemistry)
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EMFC: Electrocatalysis of direct methanol fuel cells: from fundamentals to applications
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EMNO: Electrochemistry of manganese dioxide and manganese dioxide batteries in Japan, 2 volumes
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EMNS: Electrochemical methods for neuroscience
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EMTP: Electromigration techniques: theory and practice (Springer Series in Chemical Physics Vol. 105)
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ENAC: Encyclopedia of analytical chemistry: applications, theory and instrumentation, 15 volumes and 3 supplemental volumes
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ENCA: Encyclopedia of catalysis, 6 volumes
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ENCP: Encyclopedia of chemical processing, 5 volumes
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ENMA: Energy materials
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ENPC: Encyclopedia of chemical physics and physical chemistry, 3 volumes
Edited by J.H. More and N.D. Spencer, Institute of Physics, Bristol, UK, and Philadelphia 2001.

ENST: Encyclopedia of nanoscience and nanotechnology, 10 volumes
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EOEC: Environmental oriented electrochemistry
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EOPS: Electrical and optical polymer systems
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EPAC: Clinical applications of capillary electrophoresis: methods and protocols
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EPAI: Electrical phenomena at interfaces, in chemistry, physics and biology
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EPCA: Electroplating and electroless plating of copper and its alloys
Edited by N. Kanani, ASM International, Metals Park, OH, and Metal Finishing Publications, Stevenage, UK 2003.

EPCM: Electropolymerization: concepts, materials and applications
Edited by S. Cosnier and A. Karyakin, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2010.

EPDG: Difference gel electrophoresis (DIGE): methods and protocols
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Edited by R. Cramer and R. Westermeier, Humana, New York 2012.

EPDN: Electrophoretic deposition of nanomaterials
Edited by J.H. Dickerson and A.R. Boccaccini, Springer, New York 2012.

EPEC: Electroactive polymer electrochemistry
Edited by M.E.G. Lyons, Plenum Press, New York 1994-1996
Part 1, Fundamentals, 1994
Part 2, Methods and applications, 1996.

EPFG: DNA electrophoresis protocols for forensic genetics
(26 chapters about electrophoresis technique in forensic analysis)
Edited by A. Alonso, Humana, New York 2012.

EPH1: Electroplaters' process control handbook
Edited by D.G. Foulke and F.E. Crane, Reinhold, New York 1963.

EPH2: Electroplaters' process control handbook (2nd ed)
Edited by D.G. Foulke, Krieger, Huntington, New York 1975.

EPHT: Electrophoretic techniques
Edited by C.F. Simpson and M. Whittaker, Academic Press, New York 1983.

EPI1: Electrical phenomena at interfaces: fundamentals, measurements, and applications (Surfactant science series 15)
Edited by A. Kitahara and A. Watanabe, Marcel Dekker, New York 1984.

EPI2: Electrical phenomena at interfaces: fundamentals, measurements, and applications, (2nd ed) (Surfactant science series 76)
Edited by H. Ohshima and K. Furusawa, Marcel Dekker, New York 1998.

EPOM: Electrical properties of oxide materials (Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 125-126)
Edited by J. Nowotny and C.C. Sorrell, Trans Tech, Switzerland 1997.

EPPF: Electrochemistry - past, present, and future
Edited by S. Fletcher, G. Inzelt, and F. Scholz, Springer, Berlin, (special issue of the Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, Vol. 15, No. 7/8) 2011.

EPPR: Protein electrophoresis: methods and protocols
(58 chapters about protein electrophoresis)
Edited by B.T. Kurien and R.H. Scofield, Humana, New York 2012.

ERST: Electrochemical reactors: their science and technology
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ESBM: Electrochemical sensors, biosensors and their biomedical applications
Edited by X. Zhang, H. Ju, and J. Wang, Academic, Boston 2008.

ESCE: Electrochemistry of semiconductors and electronics
Edited by J. McHardy and F. Ludwig, Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, NJ 1992.

ESIA: Electrochemical sensors in immunological analysis
Edited by T.T. Ngo, Plenum, New York 1987.

ESOR: Electrosorption
Edited by E. Gileadi, Plenum Press, New York 1967.

ESPR: Electrochemistry: a specialist periodical report, 12 volumes
The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK 1970-2014.
Available on the WWW: http://www.rsc.org/shop/books/series.asp?NAV=1&seriesid=48

ESSE: Energy storage systems for electronics (New trends in electrochemical technology, Vol. 1)
Edited by T. Osaka and M. Datta, Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam 2000.

ESTA: Electrophoresis, a survey of techniques and applications, Part A, techniques (J. of chromatography library, Vol. 18)
Edited by Z. Deyl, F.M. Everaerts, Z. Prusik, and P.J. Svendsen, Elsevier, New York 1979.

ESTO: Energy storage
Edited by Y. Brunet, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2011.

ESTP: Electrochemical science and technology of polymers, 2 volumes
Edited by R.G. Linford, Elsevier Applied Science, New York 1987-1990.

ETBS: Electrochemical detection techniques in the applied biosciences
Vol. 1.Analysis and clinical applications
Vol. 2. Fermentation and bioprocess control, hygiene and environmental sciences
Edited by G.A. Junter, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, UK, and Halsted (Wiley), New York 1988.

ETCC: Electrochemistry (Topics in Current Chemistry, Vol. 142, 143, 148, 152, 170, 185), 6 volumes
Edited by E. Steckhan, Springer-Verlag, New York 1987-1997.

ETCH: Electron transfer in chemistry, 5 volumes
Edited by V. Balzani, Wiley-VCH, New York 2001.

ETER: Electron-transfer and electrochemical reactions. Photochemical and other energized reactions (Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Vol. 15)
Edited by J.J. Zuckerman, VCH, Deerfield Beach, FL 1986.

ETES: Electrochemical technologies for energy storage and conversion, Vol. 1-2
Edited by R.-S. Liu, L. Zhang, X. Sun, H. Liu, and J. Zhang, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2012.

ETID: Electrochemical technology: innovation and new developments
Edited by N. Masuko, T. Osaka, and Y. Ito, Kodansha, Tokyo, and Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam 1996.

ETMA: Electrophoresis: theory, methods, and applications, 2 volumes
Edited by M. Bier, Academic Press, New York 1959-1967.

ETUK: Electrochemical technology in industry: a UK status report
Edited by S.J.D. Tait, Society of Chemical Industry, London 1991.


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FCAA: Fuel cells for automotive applications
Edited by R.H. Thring, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, New York 2004.

FCFA: Fuel cells: from fundamentals to applications
S. Srinivasan, Springer-Verlag, New York 2006.

FCFM: PEM fuel cell failure mode analysis
Edited by H. Wang, H. Li, and X.-Z. Yuan, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2012.

FCHB: Fuel cell technology handbook
Edited by G. Hoogers, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2003.

FCHS: Fuel cells and hydrogen storage (Structure and bonding No. 141)
Rdited by A. Bocarsly and D.M.P. Mingos, Springer, New York 2011.

FCPS: Fuel cells, 2 volumes (Advances in Polymer Science; 215-216)
Edited by G.G. Scherer, Springer, Berlin 2008.

FCSC: Fuel cell science: theory, fundamentals, and biocatalysis (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
Edited by A. Wieckowski and J.K. Norskov, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2010.

FCSE: Fuel cell science and engineering: materials, processes, systems and technology, 2 volumes
Edited by D. Stolten and B. Emonts, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2012.

FCSS: Fuel cell catalysis: a surface science approach (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
Edited by M. Koper, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2009.

FCTC: Fuel cell technology: reaching towards commercialization
Edited by N. Sammes, Springer-Verlag, London 2006.

FCTP: Fuel cells: technologies for fuel processing
Edited by D. Shekhawat, J.J. Spivey, and D.A. Berry, Elsevier, Boston 2011.

FECH: Frontiers of electrochemistry, 5 volumes
Edited by J. Lipkowski and P.N. Ross, VCH Publishers, New York , 1992-1999.
Vol. 1. Adsorption of molecules at metal electrodes, 1992.
Vol. 2. Structure of electrified interfaces, 1993.
Vol. 3. The electrochemistry of novel materials, 1994.
Vol. 4. Electrocatalysis, 1998.
Vol. 5. Imaging of surfaces and interfaces, 1999.

FUC1: Fuel cells
Edited by W. Mitchell, Academic Press, New York 1963.

FUCE: Fuel cells
Edited by K.-D. Kreuer, Springer, New York 2013.

FUCS: Fuel cell systems
Edited by L.J.M.J. Blomen and M.N. Mugerwa, Plenum Press, New York 1993.

FUEC: Fundamentals of electrochemistry (2nd ed)
Edited by V.S. Bagotsky, Wiley, New York 2006.

FUSA: Fused salts
Edited by B.R. Sundheim, McGraw-Hill, New York 1964.


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GEHC: Glass electrodes for hydrogen and other cations
Edited by G. Eisenman, Marcel Dekker, New York 1967.

GEN1: Gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids: a practical approach
Edited by D. Rickwood and B.D. Hames, IRL, Oxford, UK 1982.

GEN2: Gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids: a practical approach (2nd ed)
Edited by D. Rickwood and B.D. Hames, Oxford University, New York 1990.

GEP1: Gel electrophoresis of proteins: a practical approach
Edited by B.D. Hames and D. Rickwood, IRL, Oxford, UK 1981.

GEP2: Gel electrophoresis of proteins: a practical approach (2nd ed)
Edited by B.D. Hames and D. Rickwood, Oxford University, New York 1990.

GEPP: Gel electrophoresis of proteins
Edited by M.J. Dunn, Wright, Bristol, UK 1986.

GLME: Glass microelectrodes
Edited by M. Lavallee, O.F. Schanne, and N.C. Hebert, Wiley, New York 1969.

GPLT: Gold plating technology
Edited by F.H. Reid and W. Goldie, Electrochemical Publications Ltd. Ayr, Scotland 1974.


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HBM1: Handbook of battery materials
Edited by J.O. Besenhard, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 1999.

HBM2: Handbook of battery materials, Vol. 1-2 (2nd ed)
Edited by C. Daniel and J.O. Besenhard, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2011.

HBA1: Handbook of batteries and fuel cells (1st ed)
Edited by D. Linden, McGraw-Hill, New York 1984.

HBA2: Handbook of batteries (2nd ed)
Edited by D. Linden, McGraw-Hill, New York 1995.

HBA3: Handbook of batteries (3rd ed)
Edited by D. Linden and T.B. Reddy, McGraw-Hill, New York 2001.

HBA4: Linden's handbook of batteries (4th ed)
Edited by T.B. Reddy and D. Linden, McGraw-Hill, New York 2011.

HBCE: Handbook of capillary electrophoresis applications
Edited by H. Shintani and J. Polonsky, Blackie, London 1997.

HBEC: Handbook of electrochemistry
Edited by C.G. Zoski, Elsevier, Boston, MA 2007.

HBFC: Handbook of fuel cells: fundamentals, technology, applications, 6 volumes
Vol. 1: Fundamentals and survey of systems
Vol. 2: Electrocatalysis
Vol. 3: Fuel cell technology and applications, part 1
Vol. 4: Fuel cell technology and applications, part 2
Edited by W. Vielstich, A. Lamm, and H. Gasteiger, Wiley, Chichester UK, 2003.
Vol. 5: Advances in electrocatalysis, materials, diagnostics and durability, part 1
Vol. 6: Advances in electrocatalysis, materials, diagnostics and durability, part 2
Edited by W. Vielstich, H. Yokokawa, and H.A. Gasteiger, Wiley, Chichester UK, 2009.

HBPS: Handbook of porous solids, 5 volumes
Edited by F. Schuth, K.S.W. Sing, and J. Weitkamp, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2002.

HBRE: Handbook of reference electrodes
Edited by G. Inzelt, A. Lewenstam, and F. Scholz, Springer, New York 2013.

HCC1: Handbook of cathodic protection: the theory and practice of electrochemical corrosion protection techniques
Edited by W. von Baeckmann and W. Schwenk, Portcullis, Redhill, UK 1975.

HCC3: Handbook of cathodic corrosion protection: theory and practice of electrochemical protection processes (3rd ed)
Edited by W. von Baeckmann, W. Schwenk, and W. Prinz, Gulf, Houston, TX 1997.

HCE1: Handbook of capillary electrophoresis
Edited by J.P. Landers, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1994.

HCE2: Handbook of capillary electrophoresis (2nd ed)
Edited by J.P. Landers, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1997.

HCE3: Handbook of capillary and microchip electrophoresis and associated microtechniques (3rd ed)
Edited by J.P. Landers, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2008.

HCHR: Heterogeneous chemistry reviews
Review journal published by Wiley, New York 1994–

HCP1: Handbook of conducting polymers, 2 volumes
Edited by T.A. Skotheim, Marcel Dekker, New York 1986.

HCP2: Handbook of conducting polymers (2nd ed)
Edited by T.A. Skotheim, R.L. Elsenbaumer, and J.R. Reynolds, Marcel Dekker, New York 1998.

HCP3: Handbook of conducting polymers (3rd ed)
Edited by T.A. Skotheim and J.R. Reynolds, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2007.

HCSC: High conductivity solid ionic conductors: recent trends and applications
Edited by T. Takahashi, World Scientific, Singapore, 1989.

HDPR: Handbook of downstream processing
Edited by E. Goldberg, Blackie Academic, London 1997.

HELB: High energy density lithium batteries: materials, engineering, applications
Edited by K.E. Aifantis, S.A. Hackney, and R.V. Kumar, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2010.

HENT: Handbook of electrochemical nanotechnology
Vol. 1: Nanomaterials, Vol. 2: Applications
Edited by Y. Lin and H.S. Nalwa, American Scientific, Stevenson Ranch, CA 2009.

HFCT: Handbook of fuel cell technology
Edited by C. Berger, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 1968.

HIEF: Handbook of isoelectric focusing and proteomics (Separtion science and technology, Vol. 7)
Edited by D. Garfin and S. Ahuja, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2005.

HIMT: Handbook of industrial membrane technology
Edited by M.C. Porter, Noyes, Park Ridge, NJ 1990.

HOCA: Handbook of organic conductive molecules and polymers, Vol. 1-4
Vol. 1: Charge-transfer salts, fullerenes and photoconductors
Vol. 2: Conductive polymers: synthesis and electrical properties
Vol. 3: Conductive polymers: spectroscopy and physical properties
Vol. 4: Conductive polymers: transport, photophysics and applications
Edited by H.S. Nalwa, Wiley, New York 1997.

HOTA: Handbook of ozone technology and applications
Edited by R.G. Rice and A. Netzer, Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, MI 1982.

HPCE: High-performance capillary electrophoresis: theory, techniques and applications (Chemical analysis, Vol. 146)
Edited by M.G. Khaledi, Wiley, New York 1998.

HPET: Historical perspectives on the evolution of electrochemical tools (ECS special volume 2002-29)
Edited by J. Leddy, V. Birss, and P. Vanysek, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, NJ 2004.

HSSB: Handbook of solid state batteries and capacitors
Edited by M.Z.A. Munshi, World Scientific, Singapore 1995.

HSSE: The CRC handbook of solid state electrochemistry
Edited by P.J. Gellings and H.J.M. Bouwmeester, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1997.

HTAC: Handbook of instrumental techniques for analytical chemistry
Edited by F.A. Settle, Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 1997.


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IABA: Industrial applications of batteries: from cars to aerospace and energy storage
Edited by M. Broussely and G. Pistoia, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2007.

ICEP: An introduction to cardiac electrophysiology
Edited by A. Zaza and M.R. Rosen, Harwood Academic, Amsterdam 2000.

ICOE: Iontronics: ionic carriers in organic electronic materials and devices
Edited by J. Leger, M. Berggren, and S.A. Carter, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2011.

IECP: Industrial electrochemical processes
Edited by A.T. Kuhn, Elsevier, New York 1971.

IEEP: Interfacial electrokinetics and electrophoresis (Surfactant science series 106)
Edited by A.V. Delgado, Marcel Dekker, New York 2002.

IEIP: Introduction to electrical interfacial phenomena
Edited by K.S. Birdi, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2010.

IFCT: Innovations in fuel cell technologies (RSC energy and environment series, No. 2)
Edited by R. Steinberger-Wilckens and W. Lehnert, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK 2010.

IFEC: Interfacial electrochemistry: theory, experiment and applications
Edited by A. Wieckowski, Marcel Dekker, New York 1999.

ILCO: Ionic liquids uncoiled: critical expert overviews
Edited by N.V. Plechkova and K.R. Seddon, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2013.

ILSY: Ionic liquids in synthesis
Edited by P. Wasserscheid and T. Welton, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2003.

IMAR: International materials reviews
Vol. 1-16, Metallurgical reviews, 1956-1971
Vol. 17-20, International metallurgical reviews, 1972-1975
Vol. 21-31, International metals reviews, 1976-1986
Review journal published by The Institute of Metals, London, 1956–

IMS1: Impedance spectroscopy: emphasizing solid materials and systems (1st ed)
Edited by J.R. Macdonald, Wiley, New York 1987.

IMS2: Impedance spectroscopy: theory, experiment, and applications (2nd ed)
Edited by E. Barsoukov and J.R. Macdonald, Wiley-Interscience, Hoboken, NJ 2005.

INCA: Interfacial catalysis
Edited by A.G. Volkov, Marcel Dekker, New York 2003.

INDY: Interfacial dynamics
Edited by N. Kallay, Marcel Dekker, New York 2000.

INIL: The interface structure and electrochemical processes at the boundary between two immiscible liquids
Edited by V.E. Kazarinov, Springer-Verlag, New York 1987.

INLL: Interfacial nanochemistry: molecular science and engineering at liquid-liquid interfaces
Edited by H. Watarai, N. Teramae, and T. Sawada, Kluwer/Plenum, New York 2005.

INMA: Intelligent materials
Edited by M. Shahinpoor and H.-J. Schneider, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK 2008.

IROS: International Review of Science, Physical Chemistry, 2 series
Edited by A.D. Buckingham, Butterworths, London, 1973-1976.
Volume 6: Electrochemistry, edited by J.O'M. Bockris.
Volumes 12-13: Analytical Chemistry, edited by T.S. West.

IRPC: International reviews in physical chemistry
Review journal published by Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, UK 1981–

ISEA: Ion-selective electrodes in analytical chemistry, 2 volumes
Edited by H. Freiser, Plenum Press, New York 1978-1980.

ISEF: Isoelectric focusing
Edited by N. Catsimpoolas, Academic, New York 1976.

ISEL: Ion-selective electrodes (National Bureau of Standards Special Publication 314)
Edited by R.A. Durst, NBS, Washington 1969.

ISEM: Ion-selective electrode methodology, 2 volumes
Edited by A.K. Covington, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1979.

ISSA: In-situ spectroscopic studies of adsorption at the electrode and electrocatalysis
Edited by S.-G. Sun, P.A. Christensen, and A. Wieckowski, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2007.

ITFC: An introduction to fuel cells
Edited by K.R. Williams, Elsevier, New York 1966.

ITRK: Ion-transfer kinetics: principles and applications
Edited by J.R. Sandifer, VCH, New York 1995.


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KOE2: Kirk-Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology (2nd ed), 22 volumes and one supplement
Edited by A. Standen, Wiley-Interscience, New York 1963-1971.

KOE3: Kirk-Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology, 3rd ed, 24 volumes
Edited by M. Grayson and D. Eckroth, Wiley-Interscience, New York 1978-1984.

KOE4: Kirk-Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology (4th ed), 25 volumes
Edited by J.I. Kroschwitz and M. Howe-Grant, Wiley-Interscience, New York 1991-1998.

KOE5: Kirk-Othmer encyclopedia of chemical technology (5th ed), 26 volumes
Edited by J.I. Kroschwitz, Wiley-Interscience, New York 2004-2007.


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LBAM: Lithium-ion batteries: advanced materials and technologies
Edited by X. Yuan, H. Liu, and J. Zhang, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 2012.

LBAT: Lithium batteries: advanced technologies and applications
Edited by B. Scrosati, K.M. Abraham, W. van Schalkwijk, and J. Hassoun, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2013.

LBSA: Lithium-ion batteries: science and technologies
Edited by M. Yoshio, R.J. Brodd, and A. Kozawa, Springer, New York 2009.

LBST: Lithium batteries: science and technology
Edited by G.-A. Nazri and G. Pistoia, Kluwer, Boston, MA 2004.

LIB1: Lithium batteries
Edited by J.-P. Gabano, Academic Press, New York 1983.

LIB2: Lithium batteries: new materials, developments, and perspectives (Industrial chemistry library, Vol. 5)
Edited by G. Pistoia, Elsevier, New York 1994.

LIBT: Lithium battery technology
Edited by H.V. Venkatasetty, Wiley, New York 1984.

LICB: Liquid interfaces in chemical, biological, and pharmaceutical applications (Surfactant science series 95)
Edited by A.G. Volkov, Marcel Dekker, New York 2001.

LIIB: Lithium ion batteries: fundamentals and performance
Edited by M. Wakihara and O. Yamamoto, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, and Kodansha, Tokyo 1998.

LIRB: Lithium ion rechargeable batteries
Edited by K. Ozawa, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim 2009.

LLIN: Liquid-liquid interfaces: theory and methods
Edited by A.G. Volkov and D.W. Deamer, CRC, Boca Raton, FL 1996.

LTE1: Laboratory techniques in electroanalytical chemistry
Edited by P.T. Kissinger and W.R. Heineman, Marcel Dekker, New York 1984.

LTE2: Laboratory techniques in electroanalytical chemistry (2nd ed)
Edited by P.T. Kissinger and W.R. Heineman, Marcel Dekker, New York 1996.


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MAEC: Modern aspects of electrochemistry, 58 volumes
Vol. 1-2, edited by J.O'M. Bockris, 1954-1959
Vol. 3-13, edited by J.O'M. Bockris and B.E. Conway, 1964-1979
Vol. 14-34, edited by J.O'M. Bockris, B.E. Conway, and R.E. White, 1982-2001
Vol. 35-38, edited by B.E. Conway, C.G. Vayenas, and R.E. White, 2002-2005
Vol. 39-42, edited by C.G. Vayenas and R.E. White, 2006-2008
Vol. 43–, Series editors: C.G. Vayenas and R.E. White, 2009–
Vol. 43-44, Modeling and numerical simulations, I and II
edited by M. Schlesinger, 2009
Vol. 45, edited by R.E. White, 2009
Vol. 46, Progress in corrosion science and engineering, I
edited by S.-I. Pyun and J.-W. Lee, 2009
Vol. 47, Progress in corrosion science and engineering II
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Vol. 48, Electrodeposition: theory and practice
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MFFC: Materials for fuel cells
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MTEA: Modern techniques in electroanalysis
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NAEC: Nonaqueous electrochemistry
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NAEP: Nucleic acid electrophoresis
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NASM: Nanostructured materials: processing, properties and potential applications
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NBEC: Nanobioelectrochemistry: from implantable biosensors to green power generation
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NSCP: Nanostructured conductive polymers
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NS01: Electrochemistry: new research
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NS02: Electrochemical studies of batteries
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NS03: Metal electrodeposition
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NS04: New developments in electrochemistry research
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NS05: Progress in electrochemistry research
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NS06: Focus on electrochemistry research
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NS07: New topics in electrochemistry research
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PBCE: Pharmaceutical and biomedical applications of capillary electrophoresis
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PEFA: Polymer electrolytes: fundamentals and applications
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PEFC: Polymer electrolyte fuel cell degradation
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PEMB: PEM fuel cells with bio-ethanol processor systems: a multidisciplinary study of modelling, simulation, fault diagnosis and advanced control
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PEMC: Proton exchange membrane fuel cells: contamination and mitigation strategies
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PEME: PEM fuel cell electrocatalysts and catalyst layers: fundamentals and applications
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PEMF: Proton exchange membrane fuel cells: materials properties and performance
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PMCE: Physical methods of chemistry (Techniques of chemistry, 4th ed Vol. 1, Part IIA: Electrochemical methods)
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PSAA: Polymer sensors and actuators
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PSEV: Power sources for electric vehicles
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PSOF: Perovskite oxide for solid oxide fuel cells
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PUEC: Power ultrasound in electrochemistry: from versatile laboratory tool to engineering solution
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RACH: Reviews in analytical chemistry
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RBJA:Rechargeable batteries in Japan
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RCCC: Rodd's chemistry of carbon compounds (2nd ed) Vol. 5. Organic electrochemistry
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RETP: Reference electrodes: theory and practice
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RMAE: Reactions of molecules at electrodes
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RTFC: Recent trends in fuel cell science and technology
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SCMM: Semiconductor micromachining
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SCSM: Semiconductors and semimetals, 64 volumes
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SDPE: Synthetic diamond films: preparation, electrochemistry, characterization and applications (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
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SE65: Electrochemistry 1965 (Soviet Achievements in Science: Chemistry)
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SE66: Electrochemistry 1966 (Soviet Achievements in Science: Chemistry)
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SECH: Spectroelectrochemistry: theory and practice
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SEEL: Semiconductor electrodes (Studies in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry 55)
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SEFS: The sulfur electrode: fused salts and solid electrolytes
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SEGP: Solid electrolytes: general principles, characterization, materials, applications
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SEMC: Surface electrochemistry: advanced methods and concepts
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SETA: Solid electrolytes and their applications
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SETP: Surface electron transfer processes
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SFMP: Solid oxide fuel cells: materials properties and performance
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SLIN: Solid-liquid interfaces (Topics in applied physics, Vol. 85)
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SMSA: Supercapacitors: materials, systems, and applications
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SOFC: High temperature solid oxide fuel cells: fundamentals, design and applications
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SOPP: Solid oxide fuels cells: facts and figures: past present and future perspectives for SOFC technologies
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SSEC: Solid state electrochemistry
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SSIB: Solid state ionics for batteries
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SUSR: Surface science reports
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TAC1: Treatise on analytical chemistry: Part 1, theory and practice, 12 volumes
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TAC2: Treatise on analytical chemistry: Part 1, theory and Practice (2nd ed), 14 volumes
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TCEE: Techniques for characterization of electrodes and electrochemical processes
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TDEP: Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis of proteins: methods and applications
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TFD2: Thin-film diamond II (Semiconductors and semimetals, Vol. 77)
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TMEC: Trends in molecular electrochemistry
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TOCH: Catalytic, photochemical, and electrolytic reations (Technique of organic chemistry, Vol. 2) (2nd ed)
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TOEC: Topics in organic electrochemistry
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TPAE: Topics in pure and applied electrochemistry
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TPFC: Transport phenomena in fuel cells
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TPPP: Theory and practice of pulse plating
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UBCR: Used battery collection and recycling (Industrial chemistry library, Vol. 10)
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VMBS: Voltammetric methods in brain systems (Neuromethods 27)
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VMNS: Voltammetry in the neurosciences: principles, methods, and applications
Edited by J.B. Justice, Humana, Clifton, NJ 1987.

VRLA: Valve-regulated lead-acid batteries
Edited by D.A.J. Rand, P.T. Mosely, J. Garche, and C.D. Parker, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2004.

VSEI: Vibrational spectroscopy at electrified interfaces (Wiley series on electrocatalysis and electrochemistry)
Edited by A. Wieckowski, C. Korzeniewski, and B. Braunschweig, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ 2013.


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WCAC: Wilson and Wilson's comprehensive analytical chemistry, 60 volumes
Elsevier, New York 1959-2013.
Vol. 2A: Electrical methods
Edited by C.L. Wilson, D.W. Wilson, and C.R.N. Strouts, 1964.
Vol. 8: Enzyme electrodes in analytical chemistry; Molecular fluorescence spectroscopy; Photometric titrations; Analytical applications of interferometry
Edited by G.G. Guilbault, M.A. Leonard, and W Nebe, 1977.
Vol. 11: The application of mathematical statistics in analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry, ion selective electrodes
J. Grimshaw, P. Moritz, and W.E. van der Linden, 1981.
Vol. 27: Analytical voltammetry
Edited by M.R. Smyth and J.G. Vos, 1992.
Vol. 39: Integrated analytical systems
Edited by S. Alegret, 2003.
Vol. 44: Biosensors and modern biospecific analytical techniques
Edited by L. Gorton, 2005.
Vol. 45: Analysis and detection by capillary electrophoresis
Edited by M.L. Marina, A. Rios, and M. Valcarcel, 2005.
Vol. 46: Proteomics and pepdidomics
Edited by G. Marko-Varga, 2005.
Vol. 47: Modern instrumental analysis
Edited by S. Ahuja and N. Jespersen, 2006.
Vol. 49: Electrochemical sensor analysis
Edited by S. Alegret and A. Merkoci, 2007.
Vol. 54: Advances in flow injection analysis and related techniques
Edited by S.D. Kolev and I.D. McKelvie, 2008.
Vol. 59: Analysis and risk of nanomaterials in environmental and food samples
Edited by M. Farre and D. Barcelo, 2012
Vol. 60: Food protected designation of originmethodologies and applications
Edited by M. de la Guardia and A Gonzalvez, 2013.


1950

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Polarography
H.A. Laitinen, ARPC V 1, pp 309-324, 1950.

Quantitative interpretation of the electrophoretic velocity of colloids
J.T.G. Overbeek, ADCS V 3, pp 97-135, 1950.

Electrochemistry and ionic chemistry
A.R. Ubbelohde, ARCH V 46, Ch 8, pp 29-31, 1950.


1951

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Overpotential
J.O'M. Bockris, EPAI Ch 7, pp 155-189, 1951.

The electrokinetic behavior of ionic crystals
T.R Bolam, EPAI Ch 5, pp 130-135, 1951.

Conductometric analysis
H.T.S. Britton, PMCA V 2, Ch 2, pp 51-104, 1951.

Electrical potential differences and their origin
J.A.V. Butler, EPAI Ch 1, pp 1-29, 1951.

The electrical double layer and electrocapillarity
J.A.V. Butler, EPAI Ch 2, pp 30-74, 1951.

Concentration polarization and the deposition of metals
J.A.V. Butler, EPAI Ch 8, pp 190-203, 1951.

The behavior of oxygen and hydrogen at electrodes
J.A.V. Butler, EPAI Ch 9, pp 204-228, 1951.

Electrophoresis of proteins and similar substances
P.A. Charlwood, EPAI Ch 4, pp 102-129, 1951.

Electrokinetic effects
J.M. Creeth, EPAI Ch 3, pp 75-101, 1951.

A 1,500-amp cell for fluorine generation
R.C. Downing, PPTF Ch 3, pp 31-77, 1951.

Membrane potentials and electrical properties of living cells
W.F. Floyd, EPAI Ch 10, pp 229-268, 1951.

Electrical properties of nerve and muscle
W.F. Floyd, EPAI Ch 11, pp 269-304, 1951.

Development of high-temperature fluorine cells
J.M. Hamilton and C.E. Weber, PPTF Ch 6, pp 113-130, 1951.

Electrography and electro-spot testing
H.W. Hermance and H.V. Wadlow, PMCA V 2, Ch 4, pp 155-228, 1951.

Metallurgical polarographic analysis: polarometric titrations
J. Heyrovsky, PMCA V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-49, 1951.

Electrochemistry
A. Hickling, ARCH V 47, Ch 5, pp 68-75, 1951.

Potentiometric analysis
H.A. Laitinen, PMCA V 2, Ch 4, pp 105-153, 1951.

Fluorine production in a 1,000-amp cell
K.E. Long, C.F. Swinehart, and G.C. Whitaker, PPTF Ch 5, pp 98-112, 1951.

The stability of colloidal solutions
M.B. M'Ewen, EPAI Ch 6, pp 136-154, 1951.

Development of a 2,000-amp fluorine cell
R.L. Murray, S.G. Osborne, and K.E. Stuart, PPTF Ch 4, pp 78-97, 1951.

Laboratory studies of electrolytic fluorine cells
W.C. Schumb, PPTF Ch 2, pp 11-30, 1951.


1952

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Cathode-ray oscilloscopic investigation of phenomena at polarizable mercury electrodes
J.W. Loveland and P.J. Elving, CHRE V 51, pp 67-117, 1952.

Polarography and electrode processes
C. Tanford and S. Wawzonek, ARPC V 3, pp 247-258, 1952.


1953

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Tin (electroplating)
F. Bauch, F.F. Oplinger, P.R. Pine, A.H. Du Rose, and F.A. Lowenheim, MEP1 Ch 16, pp 387-442, 1953.

General principles (electroplating)
W. Blum and W.R. Meyer, MEP1 Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1953.

Chromium (electroplating)
G. Dubpernell, C A. Snavely, and C.L. Faust, MEP1 Ch 6, pp 135-187, 1953.

Lead (electroplating)
A.H. Du Rose and W. Blum, MEP1 Ch 12, pp 282-298, 1953.

Alloy plating
C.L. Faust, MEP1 Ch 3, pp 64-97, 1953.

Copper (electroplating)
A.K. Graham, H.J. Read, R.R. Bair, D.A. Swalheim, J.E. Stareck, W.H. Safranek, and J.H. Winkler, MEP1 Ch 8, pp 194-251, 1953.

The silver-silver halide electrodes: preparation, stability, reproducibility, and standard potentials in aqueous and non-aqueous media.
G.J. Janz and H. Taniguchi, CHRE V 53, pp 397-437, 1953.

Plating on aluminum and magnesium alloys
F. Keller and H.K. DeLong, MEP1 Ch 19, pp 511-535, 1953.

Cobalt (electroplating)
H.B. Linford, MEP1 Ch 7, pp 188-193, 1953.

Indium (electroplating)
H.B. Linford, MEP1 Ch 10, pp 267-270, 1953.

Uncommon metals (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim, MEP1 Ch 18, pp 483-510, 1953.

Zinc (electroplating)
E.H. Lyons, H.P. Munger, R.R. Bair, and L.J. Schustik, MEP1 Ch 17, pp 443-482, 1953.

Nickel (electroplating)
W.L. Pinner. K.G. Soderberg, and W.A. Wesley, MEP1 Ch 13, pp 299-355, 1953.

Silver (electroplating)
N.E. Promisel, MEP1 Ch 15, pp 367-386, 1953.

Methods of control (electroplating)
R.A. Schaefer, H.J. Sedusky, and B. Luce, MEP1 Ch 2, pp 47-63, 1953.

Platinum group metals (electroplating)
K. Schumpelt, MEP1 Ch 14, pp 356-366, 1953.

Cadmium (electroplating)
K.G. Soderberg and L.R. Westbrook, MEP1 Ch 5, pp 116-134, 1953.

Iron (electroplating)
C.T. Thomas and V.A. Lamb, MEP1 Ch 11, pp 271-281, 1953.

Brass (electroplating)
L.E. Weeg and H.J. Wiesner, MEP1 Ch 4, pp 98-115, 1953.

Gold (electroplating)
L. Weisberg and A.K. Graham, MEP1 Ch 9, pp 252-266, 1953.


1954

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Modern aspects of electrode kinetics
J.O'M. Bockris, ARPC V 5, pp 477-500, 1954.

Electrode kinetics
J.O'M. Bockris, MAEC V 1, Ch 4, pp 180-276, 1954.

Ionic solvation
B.E. Conway and J.O'M. Bockris, MAEC V 1, Ch 2, pp 47-102, 1954.

Physical chemistry of synthetic polyelectrolytes
H. Eisenberg and R.M. Fuoss, MAEC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1954.

Electrochemical properties of nerve and muscle
W.F. Floyd, MAEC V 1, Ch 5, pp 277-327, 1954.

Equilibrium properties of electrified interphases
R. Parsons, MAEC V 1, Ch 3, pp 103-179, 1954.


1955

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Electrochemistry
J.N. Agar and J.E.B. Randles, ARCH V 51, Ch 4, pp 103-117, 1955.

Electrode processes and the electrical double layer
D.C. Grahame, ARPC V 6, pp 337-358, 1955.


1956

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High-frequency method of chemical analysis
W.J. Blaedel and D.L. Petitjean, PMCA V 3, Ch 4, pp 107-134, 1956.

Electroanalytical methods in trace analysis
W.D. Cooke, PMCA V 3, Ch 3, pp 71-105, 1956.

Electrolytic and chemical polishing
P.A. Jacquet, IMAR V 1, pp 157-238, 1956.

Electrolytic reactions S. Swann, TOCH pp 385-523, 1956. Electrochromatography (zone electrophoresis, pherography)
T. Wieland and K. Dose, PMCA V 3, Ch 2, pp 29-70, 1956.


1957

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Electrode processes
P. Delahay, ARPC V 8, pp 229-248, 1957.

Potentiometric electrode systems in nonaqueous titrimetry
J.T. Stock and W.C. Purdy, CHRE V 57, pp 1159-1177, 1957.


1958

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The antimony-antimony oxide electrode
J.T. Stock, W.C. Purdy, and L.M. Garcia, CHRE V 58, pp 611-626, 1958.

The polarographic diffusion current: current-time relationship at the dropping mercury electrode
J.M. Markowitz and P.J. Elving, CHRE V 58, pp 1047-1079, 1958.

Electrochemistry
H.R. Thirsk, ARCH V 54, Ch 2, pp 17-29, 1958.


1959

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Electrode potentials
R.G. Bates, TAC1 V 1, Ch 9, pp 319-359, 1959.

Concept and determination of pH
R.G. Bates, TAC1 V 1, Ch 10, pp 361-404, 1959.

Preparative electrophoresis without supporting media
M. Bier, ETMA V 1, Ch 7, pp 263-315, 1959.

Molten electrolytes
H. Bloom and J.O'M. Bockris, MAEC V 2, Ch 3, pp 160-262, 1959.

The electrophoresis of viruses, bacteria, and cells, and the microscope method of electrophoresis
C.C. Brinton and M.A. Lauffer, ETMA V 1, Ch 10, pp 427-492, 1959.

Applications of moving boundary electrophoresis to protein systems
R.A. Brown and S.N. Timasheff, ETMA V 1, Ch 8, pp 317-367, 1959.

The present state of the theory of electrolytic solutions
H. Falkenhagen and G. Kelbg, MAEC V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-86, 1959.

Electrochemistry
M. Fleischmann and K.B. Oldham, ARCH V 55, Ch 7, pp 67-80, 1959.

Electrochemistry of the semiconductor-electrolyte interface
M. Green, MAEC V 2, Ch 5, pp 343-407, 1959.

The anodic behaviour of metals
T.P. Hoar, MAEC V 2, Ch 4, pp 262-342, 1959.

Physical chemistry of ion-exchange resins
J.A. Kitchener, MAEC V 2, Ch 2, pp 87-159, 1959.

Zone electrophoresis in various types of supporting media
H.G. Kunkel and R. Trautman, ETMA V 1, Ch 6, pp 225-262, 1959.

Acid-base equilibria of proteins (electrophoresis)
K. Linderstrom-Lang and S.O. Nielsen, ETMA V 1, Ch 2, pp 35-89, 1959.

Moving boundary electrophoresis–theory
L.G. Longsworth, ETMA V 1, Ch 3, pp 91-136, 1959.

Moving boundary electrophoresis–practice
L.G. Longsworth, ETMA V 1, Ch 4, pp 137-177, 1959.

Clinical and physiological applications of electrophoresis
D.H. Moore, ETMA V 1, Ch 9, pp 369-425, 1959.

Electric potentials in colloidal systems (electrophoresis)
J.T.G. Overbeek and J. Lijklema, ETMA V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-33, 1959.

Applications of zone electrophoresis
T. Wieland, ETMA V 1, Ch 11, pp 493-530, 1959.

Paper electrophoresis
C. Wunderly, ETMA V 1, Ch 5, pp 179-223, 1959.


1960

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Fused salts
G.E. Blomgren and E.R. Van Artsdalen, ARPC V 11, pp 273-306, 1960.

Agar gel, starch block, starch gel, and sponge rubber electrophoresis
J. Bodman, CET1 Ch 4, pp 91-157, 1960.

Continuous electrophoresis
J. Bodman, CET1 Ch 6, pp 190-206, 1960.

Manufacture of perchloric acid and perchlorates
T.W. Clapper, W.A. Gale, and J.C. Schumacher, PPMU Ch 6, pp 71-103, 1960.

The characterization of membranes for use in electrodialysis (demineralization)
B.A. Cooke, P. le Roux Malherbe, and H. Scweigart, DMED Ch 5, pp 200-214 and 348-371, 1960.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
D.D. DeFord, ACAR V 32, pp 31R-37R, 1960.

High voltage paper electrophoresis
M. Efron, CET1 Ch 5, pp 158-189, 1960.

Solutions of electrolytes in nonaqueous solvents and mixtures
C. Evers and R.L. Kay, ARPC V 11, pp 21-40, 1960.

The effect of electroplating on fatigue strength
R.A.F. Hammond and C. Williams, IMAR V 5, pp 165-223, 1960.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
D.N. Hume, ACAR V 32, pp 137R-144R, 1960.

Cellulose acetate electrophoresis and immuno-diffusion techniques
J. Kohn, CET1 Ch 3, pp 56-90, 1960.

Amperometric titrations
H.A. Laitinen, ACAR V 32, pp 180R-185R, 1960.

Controlled-potential electrolysis
L. Meites, PMOC Ch 49, pp 3281-3333, 1960.

Electrophoresis
D.H. Moore, PMOC Ch 47, pp 3113-3153, 1960.

Polarography
O.H. Muller, PMOC Ch 48, pp 3155-3279, 1960.

Electrochemistry
J.E.B. Randles, ARCH V 56, Ch 4, pp 33-41, 1960.

Potentiometric titrations
C.N. Reilley, ACAR V 32, pp 185R-193R, 1960.

Conductometry
T. Shedlowsky, PMOC Ch 45, pp 3011-3048, 1960.

Paper electrophoresis at low voltage
I. Smith, M.J. Thomas, A.L. Miller, D.F. Evered, and R.Y. Thomson, CET1 Ch 1, pp 1-35, 1960.

Determination of transference numbers
M. Spiro, PMOC Ch 46, pp 3049-3111, 1960.

Potentiometry
C. Tanford and S. Wawzonek, PMOC Ch 44, pp 2915-3009, 1960.

Organic polarography
S. Wawzonek, ACAR V 32, pp 144R-161R, 1960.

Hemoglobins (electrophoresis)
J.B. Weiss, CET1 Ch 2, pp 36-55, 1960.

(Demineralization by electrodialysis:) Pilot plant operations in South Africa
S.G. Wiechers, O.B. Volckman, W.H. Moyers, W.T.L. Wayman, J.R. Wilson, and B.A. Cooke, DMED Ch 7, pp 275-313 and 348-371, 1960.

The electrodialysis process (demineralization)
J.R. Wilson, B.A. Cooke, W.G.B. Mandersloot, and S.G. Wiechers, DMED Ch 1, pp 1-47 and 348-371, 1960.

The design and operation of electrodialysis plant (demineralization)
J.R. Wilson, DMED Ch 6, pp 215-274 and 348-371, 1960.

The 100,000 gph Free State Gebuld electrodialysis plant and the early stages of its commissioning and operation (demineralization)
J.R. Wilson, DMED Ch 8, pp 314-371, 1960.


1961

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The glass electrode
R.G. Bates, RETP Ch 5, pp 231-269, 1961.

Problems in the study of oxygen overvoltage
M. Breiter, AEEE V 1, Ch 3, pp 123-138, 1961.

Electromigration and electrophoresis
J.R. Cann, TAC1 V 2, Ch 28, pp 1159-1233, 1961.

Microelectrodes and electrodes used in biology
D.B. Cater and I.A. Silver, RETP Ch 11, pp 464-523, 1961.

The study of fast electrode processes by relaxation methods
P. Delahay, AEEE V 1, Ch 5, pp 233-318, 1961.

Mechanism of organic electrode reactions
P.J. Elving and B. Pullman, ACHP V 3, pp 1-31, 1961.

Hydrogen overvoltage and adsorption phenomena: Part I. Mercury
A.N. Frumkin, AEEE V 1, Ch 2, pp 65-121, 1961.

Semiconductor electrode reactions
H. Gerischer, AEEE V 4, Ch 1, pp 139-232, 1961.

Electrode processes
H. Gerischer, ARPC V 12, pp 227-254, 1961.

The hydrogen electrode
G.J. Hills and D.J.G. Ives, RETP Ch 2, pp 71-126, 1961.

The calomel electrode and other mercury-mercurous salt electrodes
G.J. Hills and D.J.G. Ives, RETP Ch 3, pp 127-178, 1961.

Membrane electrodes
G.J. Hills, RETP Ch 9, pp 411-432, 1961.

Reference electrodes in nonaqueous solutions
G.J. Hills, RETP Ch 10, pp 433-463, 1961.

Reference electrodes, general and theoretical introduction
D.J.G. Ives and G.J. Janz, RETP Ch 1, pp 1-70, 1961.

Oxide, oxygen, and sulfide electrodes
D.J.G. Ives, RETP Ch 7, pp 322-392, 1961.

Electrode reversible to sulfate ions
D.J.G. Ives and F.R. Smith, RETP Ch 8, pp 393-410, 1961.

Silver-silver halide electrodes
G.J. Janz, RETP Ch 4, pp 179-230, 1961.

The quinhydrone electrode
G.J. Janz and D.J.G. Ives, RETP Ch 6, pp 270-321, 1961.

Electrodes in fused salt systems
R.W. Laity, RETP Ch 12, pp 524-606, 1961.

The structure of the electrical double layer and its influence on the rates of electrode reactions
R. Parsons, AEEE V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-64, 1961.


1962

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Solid electrodes (polarography)
R.N. Adams, PRPO V 2, Ch 23, pp 503-513, 1962.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
A.J. Bard, ACAR V 34, pp 57R-64R, 1962.

Square-wave and pulse polarography
G.C. Barker, PRPO V 2, Ch 19, pp 411-427, 1962.

Electrolysis of hydrochloric acid solutions (chlorine)
F.M. Berkey, CMPU Ch 7, pp 200-234, 1962.

Alternating current polarography and tensammetry
B. Breyer, PRPO V 2, Ch 22, pp 487-502, 1962.

Polarography in medicine and biochemistry
M. Brezina, PRPO V 2, Ch 35, pp 667-686, 1962.

General theoretical treatment of the polarographic kinetic currents
R. Brdicka, V. Hanus, and J. Koutecky, PRPO V 1, Ch 7, pp 145-199, 1962.

Polarography in mineralogy, geology, and archeology
D. Cozzi, PRPO V 2, Ch 37, pp 703-710, 1962.

Double-layer structure and polarography
P. Delahay, PRPO V 1, Ch 4, pp 65-80, 1962.

Design and scale-up considerations for electrochemical fuel cells
M. Eisenberg, AEEE V 2, Ch 5, pp 235-291, 1962.

Polarography in organic analysis
P.J. Elving, PRPO V 2, Ch 32, pp 625-648, 1962.

The electroreduction of anions (polarography)
A.N. Frumkin and N. Nikolaeva-Federovich, PRPO V 1, Ch 9, pp 223-241, 1962.

Constant-current polarography and chronopotentiometry at the dropping mercury electrode
T. Fujinaga, PRPO V 1, Ch 8, pp 201-221, 1962.

Polarographic literature
M. Heyrovska, PRPO V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-19, 1962.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
D.N. Hume, ACAR V 34, pp 172R-182R, 1962.

Applications of mass transfer theory: the formation of powdered metal deposits
N. Ibl, AEEE V 2, Ch 3, pp 49-143, 1962.

Oscillographic polarography with alternating current
R. Kalvoda, PRPO V 2, Ch 21, pp 449-486, 1962.

Applications of mass transfer theory: electrodeposition on small-scale profiles
O. Kardos and D.G. Foulke, AEEE V 2, Ch 4, pp 145-233, 1962.

Chromato-polarography
W. Kemula, PRPO V 2, Ch 18, pp 397-409, 1962.

Electrolysis of brines in diaphragm cells (chlorine)
M.S. Kircher, CMPU Ch 5, pp 81-126, 1962.

Recent modifications of the Heyrovsky dropping mercury electrode (polarography)
I. Kolthoff and Y. Okinaka, PRPO V 2, Ch 16, pp 357-381, 1962.

Polarography of complex compounds
J. Koryta, PRPO V 1, Ch 12, pp 291-302, 1962.

The instantaneous currents (i-t curves) on single drops (polarography)
J. Kuta and I. Smoler, PRPO V 1, Ch 3, pp 43-63, 1962.

Amperometric titrations
H.A. Laitinen, ACAR V 34, pp 307R-312R, 1962.

Electrolysis of brines in mercury cells (chlorine)
R.B. MacMullin, CMPU Ch 6, pp 127-199, 1962.

Advances in polarographic instrumentation in the United States
L. Meites, PRPO V 2, Ch 24, pp 515-522, 1962.

Conduction in heterogeneous systems
R.E. Meredith and C.W. Tobias, AEEE V 2, Ch 2, pp 15-47, 1962.

Treatment of the sample in inorganic polarography
G.W.C. Milner, PRPO V 2, Ch 30, pp 601-616, 1962.

Potentiometric titrations
R.W. Murray and C.N. Reilley, ACAR V 34, pp 313R-322R, 1962.

Continuous polarographic analyzers
J.V.A. Novak, PRPO V 2, Ch 28, pp 569-582, 1962.

Electrolytic reduction of organic compounds
F.D. Popp and H.P. Schultz, CHRE V 62, pp 19-40, 1962.

Concentration polarization and the study of electrode kinetics (polarography)
J.E.B. Randles, PRPO V 1, Ch 6, pp 123-144, 1962.

Adsorption in polarography
C.N. Reilley and W. Stumm, PRPO V 1, Ch 5, pp 81-121, 1962.

Recent advances in inorganic polarography
G.F. Reynolds, PRPO V 1, Ch 10, pp 243-268, 1962.

The hanging mercury drop in polarography
J. Riha, PRPO V 2, Ch 17, pp 383-396, 1962.

Advances in classical polarographic instrumentation in Europe
L. Serak, PRPO V 2, Ch 26, pp 535-548, 1962.

Organic reagents in inorganic polarographic analysis
M. Shinagawa, PRPO V 2, Ch 31, pp 617-624, 1962.

Polarography in metallurgy
M. Spalenka, PRPO V 2, Ch 34, pp 661-665, 1962.

Electrochromatography
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 34, pp 31R-34R, 1962.

Polarography in the chemical industry (liquid-liquid interfaces)
I. Tachi and M. Senda, PRPO V 2, Ch 38, pp 711-725, 1962.

Polarographic instrumentation in Japan
N. Tanaka, PRPO V 2, Ch 25, pp 523-534, 1962.

Mechanism of the electrode processes and structure of inorganic complexes (polarography)
A.A. Vlcek, PRPO V 1, Ch 11, pp 269-289, 1962.

Single-sweep method (polarography)
J. Vogel, PRPO V 2, Ch 20, pp 429-448, 1962.

The scope of electrochemical engineering
C. Wagner, AEEE V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-14, 1962.

Organic polarography
S. Wawzonek, ACAR V 34, pp 182R-200R, 1962.

Cells for polarographic electrolysis
Z.P. Zagorski, PRPO V 2, Ch 27, pp 549-568, 1962.

Current trends in the study of the influence of structure on the polarographic behavior of organic substances
P. Zuman, PRPO V 1, Ch 14, pp 319-332, 1962.

Trends in organic polarography
P. Zuman and S. Wawzonek, PRPO V 1, Ch 13, pp 303-317, 1962.

Important factors in classical polarography
P. Zuman, PRPO V 2, Ch 29, pp 583-600, 1962.

Polarographic analysis in pharmacy
P. Zumana and M. Brezina, PRPO V 2, Ch 36, pp 687-701, 1962.

Organic reagents in polarometric (amperometric) titrations (polarography)
J. Zyka, PRPO V 2, Ch 33, pp 649-660, 1962.


1963

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The high pressure hydrogen-oxygen cell (fuel cell)
A.M. Adams, F.T. Bacon, and R.G.H. Watson, FUC1 Ch 4, pp 129-192, 1963.

Voltammetry electrodes with fixed surfaces (electroanalytical chemistry)
R.N. Adams, TAC1 V 4, Ch 47, pp 2381-2416, 1963.

Thermogalvanic cells
J.N. Agar, AEEE V 3, Ch 2, pp 31-121, 1963.

Plating on magnesium
E.W. Archer, MEP2 Ch 25, pp 565-570, 1963.

Platinum metals (electroplating)
R.H. Atkinson, MEP2 Ch 13, pp 310-325, 1963.

Copper (electroplating)
R.R. Bair, A.K. Graham, W.H. Safranek, and J.E. Stareck, MEP2 Ch 7, pp 154-206, 1963.

Plating on less common metals
J.G. Beach and C.L. Faust, MEP2 Ch 27, pp 586-503, 1963.

Adhesion of electrodeposits
B. Berdan, EPH1 Ch 15, pp 380-387, 1963.

Statistical quality control (electroplating)
E.R. Bowerman, EPH1 Ch 7, pp 86-100, 1963.

Electroless plating
A. Brenner, MEP2 Ch 33, pp 698-713, 1963.

Time-temperature control (electroplating)
F.G. Brune, EPH1 Ch 6, pp 76-85, 1963.

Identification and determination of coatings (electroplating)
A.H. Craft, EPH1 Ch 10, pp 311-326, 1963.

Physiochemical methods of analysis (electroplating)
C.M. Davis and E.J. Serfass, EPH1 Ch 3, pp 18-60, 1963.

Coulometric analysis
D.D. DeFord and J.H. Miller, TAC1 V 4, Ch 49, pp 2475-2531, 1963.

Chronoamperometry and chronopotentiometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
P. Delahay, TAC1 V 4, Ch 44, pp 2233-2267, 1963.

Alkali and chlorine industries
Z.G. Deutsch, C.C. Brumbaugh, and F.H. Rockwell, KOE2 V 1, pp 668-758, 1963.

Chromium (electroplating)
G. Dubpernell, MEP2 Ch 5, pp 80-140, 1963.

Lead (electroplating)
A.H. Du Rose and W. Blum, MEP2 Ch 11, pp 242-259, 1963.

Other alloys (electroplating)
R.A. Ehrhardt, MEP2 Ch 21, pp 508-516, 1963.

Thermodynamics of electrochemical fuel cells
M. Eisenberg, FUC1 Ch 2, pp 17-64, 1963.

Principles of alloy plating
C.L. Faust, MEP2 Ch 18, pp 453-472, 1963.

Metal deposition and electrocrystallization
M. Fleischmann and H.R. Thirsk, AEEE V 3, Ch 3, pp 123-210, 1963.

Methods of control (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, MEP2 Ch 22, pp 519-544, 1963.

General operations in analytical chemistry (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, EPH1 Ch 2, pp 7-17, 1963.

Sampling (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, EPH1 Ch 4, pp 61-65, 1963.

Solution analysis (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke et al. EPH1 Ch 9, pp 123-307, 1963.

Silver, (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke and M.B. Diggin, MEP2 Ch 14, pp 326-341, 1963.

Anodizing
D.G. Foulke and W.B. Stoddard, MEP2 Ch 30, pp 632-642, 1963.

Carbonaceous fuels (fuel cells)
C.W. Foust and W.J. Sweeney, FUC1 Ch 9, pp 371-388, 1963.

Hydrogen overvoltage and adsorption phenomena: Part II.
A.N. Frumkin, AEEE V 3, Ch 5, pp 287-391, 1963.

Potentiometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
N.H. Furman, TAC1 V 4, Ch 45, pp 2269-2302, 1963.

Brass (electroplating)
K. Gatchel and E.H. McCoy, MEP2 Ch 19, pp 473-493, 1963.

High temperature fuel cells
E. Gorin and H.L. Recht, FUC1 Ch 5, pp 193-252, 1963.

Kinetics and catalysis in fuel cells
C.E. Heath and W.J. Sweeney, FUC1 Ch 3, pp 65-128, 1963.

Uncommon metals (electroplating)
M.L. Holt, MEP2 Ch 17, pp 428-450, 1963.

Application of hanging mercury drop electrodes in analytical chemistry
W. Kemula and Z. Kublik, AACI V 2, Ch 3, pp 123-177, 1963.

Electrical control (electroplating)
H.B. Koehler, EPH1 Ch 5, pp 66-75, 1963.

Low temperature hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells
K.V. Kordesch, FUC1 Ch 8, pp 329-370, 1963.

Stress (electroplating)
J.B. Kushner, EPH1 Ch 14, pp 367-379, 1963.

Thickness determination (electroplating)
V.A. Lamb, EPH1 Ch 11, pp 327-346, 1963.

Iron (electroplating)
V.A. Lamb and C.T. Thomas, MEP2 Ch 10, pp 228-241, 1963.

Cleaning before plating
H.B. Linford and G.A. Lux, MEP2 Ch 23, pp 545-555, 1963.

Conductometry and oscillometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.W. Loveland, TAC1 V 4, Ch 51, pp 2569-2629, 1963.

Bronze and other tin alloys (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim, MEP2 Ch 20, pp 494-507, 1963.

Tin (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim and A.H. Du Rose, MEP2 Ch 15, pp 342-393, 1963.

Current distribution and plating tests
B.M. Luce, EPH1 Ch 8, pp 103-122, 1963.

Fundamental principles (electroplating)
E.H. Lyons, MEP2 Ch 1, pp 3-39, 1963.

Laboratory pH measurements
G. Mattock, AACI V 2, Ch 2, pp 35-121, 1963.

Voltammetry at the dropping mercury electrode (polarography)
L. Meites, TAC1 V 4, Ch 46, pp 2303-2379, 1963.

Introduction (to fuel cells)
W. Mitchell, FUC1 Ch 1, pp 1-15, 1963.

General inspection (electroplating)
L.M. Morse, EPH1 Ch 16, pp 388-405, 1963.

Ion exchange membrane fuel cells
L.W. Niedrach and W.T. Grubb, FUC1 Ch 6, pp 253-298, 1963.

Methods of testing (electroplating)
F. Ogburn, MEP2 Ch 32, pp 661-687, 1963.

Plating specifications
F. Ogburn, EPH1 Ch 17, pp 406-415, 1963.

Chromate conversion coatings
C.W. Ostrander, MEP2 Ch 29, pp 618-631, 1963.

Gold (electroplating)
E.A. Parker, MEP2 Ch 8, pp 207-223, 1963.

Preparing nonconductors for electroplating
H.L. Pinkerton, MEP2 Ch 28, pp 604-617, 1963.

Good housekeeping in the plating room
W.L. Pinner, EPH1 Ch 1, pp 3-6, 1963.

Nickel (electroplating)
W.L. Pinner, B.B. Knapp, and M.B. Diggin, MEP2 Ch 12, pp 260-309, 1963.

The interface between aqueous electrolyte solutions and the gas phase
J.E.B. Randles, AEEE V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-30, 1963.

Metallurgical principles (electroplating)
H.J. Read, MEP2 Ch 2, pp 40-52, 1963.

Electrodeposition of the platinum-group metals
F.H. Reid, IMAR V 8, pp 167-211, 1963.

Fundamentals of electrode processes
C.N. Reilley, TAC1 V 4, Ch 42, pp 2109-2162, 1963.

Introduction to electrochemical techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
C.N. Reilley and R.W. Murray, TAC1 V 4, Ch 43, pp 2163-2232, 1963.

Cobalt and cobalt alloys (electroplating)
W.H. Safranek, MEP2 Ch 6, pp 141-153, 1963.

Selection of coatings (electroplating)
C. H. Sample, MEP2 Ch 31, pp 643-660, 1963.

Stripping analysis
I. Shain, TAC1 V 4, Ch 50, pp 2533-2568, 1963.

Electrophoretic coatings
J.J. Shyne and H.G. Scheible, MEP2 Ch 34, pp 714-730, 1963.

Aluminum (electroplating)
E.J. Smith and L.D. McGraw, MEP2 Ch 3, pp 55-63, 1963.

Zinc (electroplating)
E.J. Smith, D.A. Swalheim, and R.W. Mackey, MEP2 Ch 16, pp 394-427, 1963.

Cadmium (electroplating)
K.G. Soderberg and L.R. Westbrook, MEP2 Ch 4, pp 64-79, 1963.

Plating on zinc base die castings
L.B. Sperry, MEP2 Ch 26, pp 571-585, 1963.

Electrodeposition (electroanalytical chemistry)
N. Tanaka, TAC1 V 4, Ch 48, pp 2417-2473, 1963.

Measurement of capacity: analytical uses of the dielectric constant
B.W. Thomas and R. Pertel, TAC1 V 4, Ch 52, pp 2631-2672, 1963.

Corrosion tests (electroplating)
J.D. Thomas, EPH1 Ch 12, pp 347-354, 1963.

Surface finish (electroplating)
W.M. Tucker, EPH1 Ch 13, pp 355-366, 1963.

Aluminum and aluminum alloys
P. Vachet, KOE2 V 1, pp 929-990, 1963.

Electrotransport in metal
J. Verhoeven, IMAR V 8, pp 311-368, 1963.

Anodic films
D.A. Vermilyea, AEEE V 3, Ch 4, pp 211-286, 1963.

Research techniques for fuel cell applications
R.A. Wynveen, FUC1 Ch 10, pp 389-431, 1963.

The sodium amalgam-oxygen continuous feed cell (fuel cell)
E. Yeager, FUC1 Ch 7, pp 299-328, 1963.

Indium (electroplating)
R.P. Yeck, MEP2 Ch 9, pp 224-227, 1963.

Plating on aluminum
W.G. Zelley, MEP2 Ch 24, pp 556-564, 1963.

Some techniques in organic polarography
P. Zuman, AACI V 2, Ch 5, pp 219-253, 1963.


1964

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Solutions of electrolytes
J.N. Agar, ARPC V 15, pp 469-488, 1964.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
A.J. Bard, ACAR V 36, pp 70R-79R, 1964.

The mechanism of electrodeposition of metals
J.O'M. Bockris and A. Damjanovic, MAEC V 3, Ch 4, pp 224-346, 1964.

High frequency conductometric (impedimetric) titrations
T.S. Burkhalter, WCAC V 2A, Ch 5, pp 215-254, 1964.

Chloric acid and chlorates
T.W. Clapper and W.A. Gale, KOE2 V 5, pp 50-61, 1964.

Proton solvation and proton transfer processes in solution
B.E. Conway, MAEC V 3, Ch 2, pp 43-148, 1964.

Potentiometric titrations
D.G. Davis, WCAC V 2A, Ch 3, pp 65-173, 1964.

Conductometric titrations
D.G. Davis, WCAC V 2A, Ch 4, pp 174-214, 1964.

Adsorption of organic compounds at electrodes
A.N. Frumkin and B.B. Damaskin, MAEC V 3, Ch 3, pp 149-223, 1964.

The behaviour of intermediates in electrochemical catalysis
E. Gileadi and B.E. Conway, MAEC V 3, Ch 5, pp 347-442, 1964.

The electrical double layer and electrokinetic phenomena
D.A. Haydon, RPSS V 1, Ch 3, pp 94-158, 1964.

Galvanic analysis
P. Hersch, AACI V 3, Ch 5, pp 183-249, 1964.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
D.N. Hume, ACAR V 36, pp 200R-210R, 1964.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary, introduction and alkaline
W.W. Jakobi, KOE2 V 3, pp 161-249, 1964.

Corrosion of metals
C.V. King, RPSS V 1, Ch 5, pp 219-247, 1964.

Electrochemistry in molten salts
H.A. Laitinen and R.A. Osteryoung, FUSA Ch 4, pp 255-300, 1964.

Electrodeposition (electroanalytical chemistry)
A.J. Lindsey, WCAC V 2A, Ch 2, pp 7-64, 1964.

Chemical and electrochemical electron-transfer theory
R.A. Marcus, ARPC V 15, pp 155-196, 1964.

Potentiometric titrations
R.W. Murray and C.N. Reilley, ACAR V 36, pp 370R-380R, 1964.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary, lead-acid
J.A. Orsino, KOE2 V 3, pp 161-271, 1964.

Electrochemical relaxation techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W. Reinmuth, ACAR V 36, pp 211R-219R, 1964.

Theories of elementary homogeneous electron-transfer reactions
E. Sacher and K.J. Laidler, MAEC V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-42, 1964.

Electrode processes
S. Schuldiner, RPSS V 1, Ch 4, pp 159-218, 1964.

Perchloric acid and perchlorates
J.C. Schumacher and R.D. Stewart, KOE2 V 5, pp 61-84, 1964.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 36, pp 355R-362R, 1964.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 36, pp 80R-92R, 1964.

Transport properties of liquid electrolytes (molten salts)
B.R. Sundheim, FUSA Ch 3, pp 165-254, 1964.

Organic polarography
S. Wawzonek and D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 36, pp 220R-239R, 1964.

Batteries and electric cells, primary, introduction
E.B. Yeager and J.F. Yeager, KOE2 V 3, pp 99-110, 1964.

Batteries and electric cells, fuel cells
E.B. Yeager, KOE2 V 3, pp 139-160, 1964.

Batteries and electric cells, primary
J.F. Yeager, E.B. Yeager, and A.F. Daniel, KOE2 V 3, pp 111-139, 1964.


1965

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Electrochemistry
G.C. Akerlof, KOE2 V 7, pp 784-841, 1965.

Electrodialysis
W.K.W. Chen, KOE2 V 7, pp 846-865, 1965.

Electrophoretic deposition
M.A. Coler, KOE2 V 8, pp 23-36, 1965.

Electrolytic machining
J. Crawford, KOE2 V 7, pp 866-873, 1965.

The structure of the electrical double layer at the metal-solution interface
M.A.V. Devanathan and B.V.K.S.R.A. Tilak, CHRE V 65, pp 635-684, 1965.

The electrochemistry of cation-selective glass electrodes
G. Eisenman, AACI V 4, Ch 5, pp 213-369, 1965.

Electroanalytical methods
D.J. Gross and R.W. Murray, KOE2 V 7, pp 726-784, 1965.

Electroplating
F.A. Lowenheim, KOE2 V 8, pp 36-74, 1965.

Corrosion inhibitors
C.C. Nathan, KOE2 V 6, pp 317-346, 1965.

The electrode double layer and electrode reactions
R. Parsons, ARCH V 61, Ch 6, pp 80-98, 1965.

Mechanism of organic polarography
C.L. Perrin, PPOC V 3, pp 165-316, 1965.

Corrosion
R.A. Powers and A.H. Roebuck, KOE2 V 6, pp 289-316, 1965.

Electrode potentials and hydration energies: theories and correlations
D.R. Rosseinsky, CHRE V 65, pp 467-490, 1965.

Electrodecantation
P. Stamberger, KOE2 V 7, pp 841-846, 1965.

Solutions of electrolytes
R.W. Stoughton, ARPC V 16, pp 297-320, 1965.


1966

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Kinetic effects-part 2 (fuel cells)
M.R. Andrew, ITFC Ch 4, pp 65-85, 1966.

Electrolyte-soluble fuels (fuel cells)
M.R. Andrew and R.W. Glazebrook, ITFC Ch 6, pp 109-155, 1966.

Electrode potentials and efficiency (fuel cells)
M.R. Andrew and F. Jones, ITFC Ch 2, pp 14-26, 1966.

Kinetic effects-part 1 (fuel cells)
M.R. Andrew and F. Jones, ITFC Ch 3, pp 27-64, 1966.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
A.J. Bard, ACAR V 38, pp 88R-98R, 1966.

Electrolyte solutions: solvation and structural aspects
B.E. Conway, ARPC V 17, pp 481-528, 1966.

Electric conductivity detection in gas chromatography
D.M. Coulson, ACHR V 3, Ch 6, pp 197-214, 1966.

Applications of chronopotentiometry to problems in analytical chemistry
D.G. Davis, EACH V 1, Ch 2, pp 157-196, 1966.

Ion mobilities in electrochromatography
J.T. Edward, ACHR V 2, Ch 2, pp 63-98, 1966.

Miscellaneous fuel cells
R.W. Glazebrook and D.F. Jones, ITFC Ch 10, pp 248-283, 1966.

Anodic and electronic currents at high fields in oxide films
W.S. Goruk, L. Young, and F.G.R. Zobel, MAEC V 4, Ch 3, pp 176-250, 1966.

Electrode processes in molten salts
A.D. Graves, G.J. Hills, and D. Inman, AEEE V 4, Ch 3, pp 117-183, 1966.

Electrochemistry at high pressures
G.J. Hills and P.J. Ovenden, AEEE V 4, Ch 4, pp 185-247, 1966.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
D.N. Hume, ACAR V 38, pp 261R-270R, 1966.

Molten salts
D. Inman and S.H. White, ARCH V 62, Ch 7, pp 106-130, 1966.

Fuel cells with molten carbonate electrolytes
F. Jones, ITFC Ch 7, pp 156-182, 1966.

Photoelectrochemistry and electroluminescence
T. Kuwana, EACH V 1, Ch 3, pp 197-240, 1966.

Present state of the theory of oxidation-reduction in solution (bulk and electrode reactions)
V.G. Levich, AEEE V 4, Ch 5, pp 249-371, 1966.

The electrical double layer, part I: elements of double-layer theory
D.M. Mohilner, EACH V 1, Ch 4, pp 241-409, 1966.

Fluorine
H.R. Neumark and J.M. Siegmund, KOE2 V 9, pp 506-526, 1966.

Complete power sources (fuel cells)
J.W. Pearson, ITFC Ch 11, pp 284-309, 1966.

The mechanism of oxidation of organic fuels
B. Piersma and E. Gileadi, MAEC V 4, Ch 2, pp 47-175, 1966.

Organic polarography
D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 38, pp 278R-296R, 1966.

Solvation of electrolytes and solution equilibria (nonaqueous solvents)
E. Price, CNAS V 1, Ch 2, pp 67-96, 1966.

Electrochemical relaxation techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W. Reinmuth, ACAR V 38, pp 270R-277R, 1966.

The rotating disk system
A.C. Riddiford, AEEE V 4, Ch 2, pp 47-116, 1966.

Potentiometric titrations
D.K. Roe, ACAR V 38, pp 461R-469R, 1966.

Electrodeposition of refractory metals
S. Senderoff, IMAR V 11, pp 97-112, 1966.

AC polarography and related techniques: theory and practice
D.E. Smith, EACH V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-155, 1966.

Solid oxide electrolytes (fuel cells)
J.G. Smith, ITFC Ch 8, pp 183-213, 1966.

Hydrocarbon fuels (fuel cells)
J.G. Smith, ITFC Ch 9, pp 214-247, 1966.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 38, pp 452R-460R, 1966.

Electrode potentials in non-aqueous solvents
H. Strehlow, CNAS V 1, Ch 4, pp 129-171, 1966.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 38, pp 99R-130R, 1966.

Some aspects of the thermodynamic structure of electrochemistry
P. Van Rysselberghe, MAEC V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1966.

The electromotive force of galvanic cells involving phases of locally variable composition
C. Wagner, AEEE V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1966.

An economic study of electrochemical industry in the United States
G.M. Wenglowski, MAEC V 4, Ch 4, pp 251-306, 1966.

Introduction (fuel cells)
K.R. Williams, ITFC Ch 1, pp 1-13, 1966.

Hydrogen-oxygen (air) fuel cells
K.R. Williams, ITFC Ch 5, pp 86-108, 1966.

The status, probable development and applications of fuel cells
K.R. Williams, ITFC Ch 12, pp 310-318, 1966.


1967

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The potential of zero charge
S.D. Argade and E. Gileadi, ESOR Ch 5, pp 87-115, 1967.

Stripping voltammetry
E. Barendrecht, EACH V 2, Ch 2, pp 53-109, 1967.

Theory of discreteness of charge effects in the electrolyte compact double layer
C.A. Barlow and J.R. Macdonald, AEEE V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-199, 1967.

High resolution techniques (electrophoresis)
H. Bloemendal, ETMA V 2, Ch 8, pp 379-422, 1967.

Influence of electronic properties and crystallographic orientation on electrode behavior
P.J. Boddy, PSSC V 4, pp 81-129, 1967.

Inheritance of protein variations in human serum (electrophoresis)
B.H. Bowman, ETMA V 2, Ch 4, pp 157-212, 1967.

Electrolysis of nonaqueous systems
A. Brenner, AEEE V 5, Ch 4, pp 205-248, 1967.

Nomenclature and identification of the normal human serum proteins (electrophoresis)
P. Burtin and P. Grabar, ETMA V 2, Ch 3, pp 109-156, 1967.

Anodizing (of aluminum)
W.C. Cochran, ALUM Ch 19, pp 641-684, 1967.

Some chemical factors in the kinetics of processes at electrodes
B.E. Conway, PRRK V 4, pp 399-483, 1967.

Lymph and cerebrospinal fluid (electrophoresis)
F.C. Courtice, ETMA V 2, Ch 6, pp 241-310, 1967.

Electrochemical responses of porous and rough electrodes
R. de Levie, AEEE V 6, Ch 4, pp 329-397, 1967.

Diffusion potentials in glass (glass electrodes)
R.H. Doremus, GEHC Ch 4, pp 101-132, 1967.

The origin of the glass-electrode potential
G. Eisenman, GEHC Ch 5, pp 133-173, 1967.

The physical basis for the ionic specificity of glass electrode
G. Eisenman, GEHC Ch 7, pp 223-237, 1967.

Particular properties of cation-selective glass electrodes containing Al2O3
G. Eisenman, GEHC Ch 9, pp 268-283, 1967.

H+ and cation analysis of biological fluids in the intact animal (glass electrodes)
S.M. Friedman, GEHC Ch 16, pp 442-463, 1967.

Ion-sensitive electrodes and individual ion activity coefficients (glass electrodes)
R.M. Garrels, GEHC Ch 13, pp 344-361, 1967.

Oxygen adsorption and oxide formation on electrodes
M.A. Genshaw, ESOR Ch 4, pp 73-86, 1967.

Adsorption in electrochemistry
E. Gileadi, ESOR Ch 1, pp 1-18, 1967.

The anodic film on platinum electrodes
S. Gilman, EACH V 2, Ch 3, pp 111-192, 1967.

Electrophoresis of gastrointestinal secretions
G.B.J. Glass, ETMA V 2, Ch 7, pp 311-377, 1967.

Electrodeposition of alloys
K.M. Gorbunova and Yu.M. Polukarov, AEEE V 5, Ch 5, pp 249-297, 1967.

Antibodies and myeloma proteins (electrophoresis)
H.M. Grey, ETMA V 2, Ch 5, pp 213-240, 1967.

Magnesium and magnesium alloys
W.H. Gross, KOE2 V 12, pp 661-708, 1967.

Preparative electrophoresis
K. Hannig, ETMA V 2, Ch 9, pp 423-471, 1967.

Oscillographic polarography at controlled alternating current
M. Heyrovsky and K. Micka, EACH V 2, Ch 4, pp 193-256, 1967.

Cation selective microelectrodes for intracellular use (glass electrodes)
J.A.M. Hinke, GEHC Ch 17, pp 464-477, 1967.

The oxygen electrode on noble metals
J.P. Hoare, AEEE V 6, Ch 2, pp 201-288, 1967.

Automatic density gradient electrophoresis
H. Hochstrasser, H. Lerner, and L.T. Skeggs, ETMA V 2, Ch 10, pp 473-491, 1967.

Theoretical consideration of the double layer
H.D. Hurwitz, ESOR Ch 7, pp 147-218, 1967.

The dependence of glass-electrode properties on composition
J.O. Isard, GEHC Ch 3, pp 51-100, 1967.

Molten-salt electrolytes--transport properties
G.J. Janz and R.D. Reeves, AEEE V 5, Ch 3, pp 137-204, 1967.

Glass microelectrodes and their uses in biological systems
R.M. Khuri, GEHC Ch 18, pp 478-519, 1967.

Electrochemical kinetics of metal complexes
J. Koryta, AEEE V 6, Ch 3, pp 289-327, 1967.

The growth and structure of electrodeposits
K.R. Lawless, THFI V 4, Ch 4, pp 191-255, 1967.

Anion-specific and cation-specific properties of collodion-coated glass electrode and a modification
G.N. Ling, GEHC Ch 10, pp 284-292, 1967.

Interpretation of pH and cation measurement (glass electrodes)
C. Mattock and D.M. Band, GEHC Ch 2, pp 9-49, 1967.

Insulator electrode reactions
W. Mehl and J.M. Hale, AEEE V 6, Ch 5, pp 399-458, 1967.

Techniques of electrophoresis
H. Michl and E. Heitmann, CEP2 Ch 11, pp 252-286, 1967.

The nickel-cadmium cell
P.C. Milner and U.B. Thomas, AEEE V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-86, 1967.

Hydrogen and cation analysis in biological fluids in vitro (glass electrodes)
E.W. Moore, GEHC Ch 15, pp 412-441, 1967.

The role of solvents at electrodes
K. Muller, ESOR Ch 6, pp 117-146, 1967.

Transport processes in electrolytic solutions
J. Newman, AEEE V 5, Ch 2, pp 87-135, 1967.

Recent developments in the ion-exchange theory of the glass electrode and its application in the chemistry of glass
B.P. Nicolsky, M.M. Shultz, A.A. Belijustin, and A.A. Lev, GEHC Ch 6, pp 174-222, 1967.

The interpretation of electrophoretic mobilities
J.T.G. Overbeek and P.H. Wiersema, ETMA V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1967.

Electrochemistry of aromatic hydrocarbons and related substances
M.E. Peover, EACH V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-51, 1967.

Organic adsorption at electrodes
B.J. Piersma, ESOR Ch 2, pp 19-52, 1967.

Glass electrodes for soil waters and soil suspensions
A.M. Pommer, GEHC Ch 14, pp 362-411, 1967.

The construction of glass electrodes
H.D. Portnoy, GEHC Ch 8, pp 241-267, 1967.

Solid state electrochemistry
D.O. Raleigh, PSSC V 3, pp 83-134, 1967.

Cation-sensitive glass electrodes in analytical chemistry
G.A. Rechnitz, GEHC Ch 12, pp 322-343, 1967.

Kinetics of diffusion-controlled electrosorption of neutral molecules
A.K.N. Reddy, ESOR Ch 3, pp 53-71, 1967.

Electrophoresis in semifluid films
N. Ressler, ETMA V 2, Ch 11, pp 493-509, 1967.

Clinical application of cation-sensitive glass electrodes
P. Sekelj and R.B. Goldbloom, GEHC Ch 19, pp 520-555, 1967.

Primary protein structures (electrophoresis)
F. Sorm and B. Meloun, ETMA V 2, Ch 2, pp 53-107, 1967.

Electrocatalysis
S. Srinivasan, H. Wroblowa, and J.O'M. Bockris, ADCA V 17, Ch 4, pp 351-418, 1967.

Glass electrodes for calcium and other divalent cations
A.H. Truesdell and C.L. Christ, GEHC Ch 11, pp 293-321, 1967.

Electroplating (of aluminum)
R.V. Vanden Berg, ALUM Ch 20, pp 685-708, 1967.

Electrode kinetic aspects of the Kolbe reaction
A.K. Vijh and B.E. Conway, CHRE V 67, pp 623-664, 1967.

Theory of electrophoresis
R.J. Wieme, CEP2 Ch 10, pp 210-251, 1967.

Polarography and reaction kinetics (organic electrochemistry)
P. Zuman, APOC V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1967.

Physical organic polarography
P. Zuman, PPOC V 5, pp 81-206, 1967.


1968

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Electrochemistry
F.C. Anson, ARPC V 19, pp 83-110, 1968.

The electrochemical theory of fuel cells
L.G. Austin, HFCT Ch 1, pp 1-218, 1968.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
A.J. Bard, ACAR V 40, pp 64R-74R, 1968.

Electrolyte flow (in electrochemical machining)
R.S. Bennett, ECHM Ch 8, pp 143-154, 1968.

The design of electrochemical machines (for electrochemical machining)
R.S. Bennett, G.F. Bidmead, and A.H. Maleka, ECHM Ch 10, pp 178-188, 1968.

Electrolytes for electrochemical machining
G.F. Bidmead, ECHM Ch 6, pp 108-127, 1968.

The treament of spent electrolyte solutions (in electrochemical machining)
G.F. Bidmead, ECHM Ch 7, pp 128-142, 1968.

Continuous electrophoresis
J. Bodman, CET2 Ch 14, pp 497-514, 1968.

Chemical and electrolytic methods of machining
A.E. De Barr, ECHM Ch 2, pp 30-51, 1968.

Simple theory of electrochemical machining
A.E. De Barr, ECHM Ch 3, pp 52-67, 1968.

Introduction (to electrochemical machining)
A.E. De Barr and D.A. Oliver, ECHM Ch 1, pp 11-29, 1968.

The future of electrochemical machining
A.E. De Barr and D.A. Oliver, ECHM Ch 13, pp 214-215, 1968.

Molten salt electromotive force formation cells
C. Dijkhuis, R. Dijkhius, and G.J. Janz, CHRE V 68, pp 253-275, 1968.

High voltage paper electrophoresis
M.L. Efron, CET2 Ch 5, pp 166-193, 1968.

Agar gel electrophoresis and immuno-electrophoresis
A. Feinstein, CET2 Ch 6, pp 194-208, 1968.

Preparative acrylamide disc electrophoresis
P. Hauschild-Rogat, I. Smith, and A.D. Brounstone, CET2 Ch 13, pp 475-496, 1968.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
D.N. Hume, ACAR V 40, pp 174R-185R, 1968.

Power supplies (for electrochemical machining)
B.E. Hutchings and J.F. Wilson, ECHM Ch 11, pp 189-196, 1968.

Polarographic behavior of nucleosides and nucleotides of purines, pyrimidines, and flavins
B. Janik and P.J. Elving, CHRE V 68, pp 295-319, 1968.

Cellulose acetate electrophoresis and immuno-diffusion techniques
J. Kohn, CET2 Ch 3, pp 84-146, 1968.

Low temperature-low pressure fuel cell with carbon electrodes
K.V. Kordesch, HFCT Ch 3, pp 359-421, 1968.

Electrochemistry (of electrochemical machining)
C.N. Larsson, ECHM Ch 5, pp 85-107, 1968.

The ion exchange membrane fuel cell
H.J.R. Maget, HFCT Ch 4, pp 423-493, 1968.

The application of electrochemical machining
A.H. Maleka, ECHM Ch 12, pp 197-213, 1968.

Organic polarography
D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 40, pp 194R-223R, 1968.

Electrochemical relaxation techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.H. Reinmuth, ACAR V 40, pp 185R-194R, 1968.

Disc electrophoresis of RNA in polyacrylamide gels
E.G. Richards, W.B. Gratzer, and U.E. Loening, CET2 Ch 11, pp 419-442, 1968.

Thin-layer electrophoresis
W.J. Ritschard, CET2 Ch 4, pp 147-165, 1968.

Starch gel zone electrophoresis of enzymes
G.R. Shaw and A.L. Koen, CET2 Ch 9, pp 325-364, 1968.

General principles of zone electrophoresis
I. Smith, CET2 Ch 1, pp 1-16, 1968.

Paper electrophoresis at low voltage
I. Smith et al. CET2 Ch 2, pp 17-83, 1968.

Starch gel electrophoresis
I. Smith et al. CET2 Ch 8, pp 217-324, 1968.

Disc electrophoresis on acrylamide gels
I. Smith et al. CET2 Ch 10, pp 365-418, 1968.

Electrochemical techniques in fuel cell research
S. Srinivasan and E. Gileadi, HFCT Ch 2, pp 219-357, 1968.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 40, pp 392R-401R, 1968.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 40, pp 74R-116R, 1968.

The working gap (in electrochemical machining)
H. Tipton and J.F. Wilson, ECHM Ch 4, pp 68-84, 1968.

Tool design (in electrochemical machining)
H. Tipton, ECHM Ch 9, pp 155-177, 1968.

Acrylamide flat slab gel electrophoresis
M.P. Tombs et al. CET2 Ch 12, pp 443-474, 1968.

Potentiometric titrations
E.C. Toren, ACAR V 40, pp 402R-412R, 1968.

Fuel cell economics and commercial applications
J. Verstraete, D. Lefevre, R. Lefort, and J. Henry, HFCT Ch 5, pp 495-596, 1968.

Electrochemical oxidation of organic compounds
N.L. Weinberg and H.R. Weinberg, CHRE V 68, pp 449-523, 1968.

Preparative block electrophoresis
J.B. Weiss, CET2 Ch 7, pp 209-216, 1968.


1969

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Electrochemical properties of glass microelectrodes
D.P. Agin, GLME Ch 4, pp 62-75, 1969.

Use of the radioactive-tracer method for the investigation of the electric double-layer structure
N.A. Balashova and V.E. Kazarinov, EACH V 3, Ch 3, pp 135-197, 1969.

Inner reference electrodes and their characteristics (glass microelectrodes)
R.G. Bates, GLME Ch 1, pp 1-24, 1969.

Activity standards for ion-selective electrodes
R.G. Bates and M. Alfenaar, ISEL Ch 6, pp 191-214, 1969.

The study of simple consecutive processes in electrochemical reactions
A. Bewick and H.R. Thirsk, MAEC V 5, Ch 4, pp 291-368, 1969.

Electrodeposition of magnetic alloys
V.V. Bondar, M.M. Melnikova, and Yu.M. Polukarov, EDMA Ch 3, pp 71-110, 1969.

Voltammetry
J. Broeadhead and G.J. Hills, EMAC Ch 4, pp 67-89, 1969.

Polarography
J. Broeadhead and G.J. Hills, EMAC Ch 5, pp 90-103, 1969.

Electrogravimetry
D.R. Browning, EMAC Ch 7, pp 120-127, 1969.

Thermodynamic studies (ion-selective electrodes)
J.N. Butler, ISEL Ch 5, pp 143-189, 1969.

Techniques of intracellular microinjection (glass microelectrodes)
T.K. Chowdhury, GLME Ch 19, pp 404-423, 1969.

Resistance measurements by means of microelectrodes in cardiac tissues
E. Coraboeuf, GLME Ch 12, pp 224-271, 1969.

Heterogeneous membrane electrodes
A.C. Covington, ISEL Ch 3, pp 89-106, 1969.

Reference electrodes
A.C. Covington, ISEL Ch 4, pp 107-141, 1969.

Mechanistic analysis of oxygen electrode reactions
A. Damjanovic, MAEC V 5, Ch 5, pp 369-483, 1969.

Hydration effects and thermodynamic properties of ions
J.E. Desnoyers and C. Jolicoeur, MAEC V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-89, 1969.

Anodic oxide films on aluminum
J.W. Diggle, T.C. Downie, and C.W. Goulding, CHRE V 69, pp 365-405, 1969.

Analytical techniques and applications of ion-selective electrodes
R.A. Durst, ISEL Ch 11, pp 375-414, 1969.

Theory of membrane electrode potentials: an examination of the parameters determining the selectivity of solid and liquid ion exchangers and of natural ion-sequestering molecules
G. Eisenman, ISEL Ch 1, pp 1-56, 1969.

The ion exchange characteristics of the hydrated surface of Na+ selective glass electrodes
G. Eisenman, GLME Ch 3, pp 32-61, 1969.

Digital simulation: a general method for solving electrochemical diffusion-kinetic problems
S.W. Feldberg, EACH V 3, Ch 4, pp 199-296, 1969.

Measurement and control of membrane potential in myelinated nerve fibers (glass microelectrodes)
B. Frankenhaeuser and A.B. Vallbo, GLME Ch 11, pp 217-223, 1969.

Electrochemical methods for investigating catalysis by semiconductors
T. Freund and W.P. Gomes, CARE V 3, pp 1-36, 1969.

Electrodeposition of alloys
K.M. Gorbunova and Yu.M. Polukarov, EDMA Ch 2, pp 28-70, 1969.

Dynamics of the cell membrane as an electrochemical system (glass microelectrodes)
H. Grundfest, GLME Ch 10, pp 177-216, 1969.

Properties of microelectrode glasses
N.C. Hebert, GLME Ch 2, pp 25-31, 1969.

Glass microelectrodes in the study of binding and compartmentalization of intracellular ions
J.A.M. Hinke, GLME Ch 16, pp 349-375, 1969.

Application of controlled-current coulometry to reaction kinetics
J. Janata and H.B. Mark, EACH V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-55, 1969.

Bimetallic corrosion with special refence to printed wiring board assemblies
R.D. Jones, PCMD Ch 15, pp 318-325, 1969.

Table of molal standard electrode potentials and their temperature coefficients in aqueous solutions at 25 degree C
N.E. Khomutov, EDMA Ch 1, pp 2-27, 1969.

Ion-selective electrodes in biomedical research
R.N. Khuri, ISEL Ch 8, pp 287-312, 1969.

Cation and hydrogen microelectrodes in single nephrons
R.N. Khuri, GLME Ch 13, pp 272-298, 1969.

Measurement of activity of hydrogen, potassium and sodium ions in striated muscle fibers and nerve cells (glass microelectrodes)
P.G. Kostyuk, Z.A. Sorokina, and Y.D. Kholodova, GLME Ch 15, pp 322-348, 1969.

The difference of electric potentials and the partition of ions between the medium and the vacuole of the Alga Nitella (glass microelectrodes)
G.A. Kurella, GLME Ch 9, pp 154-176, 1969.

The effect of glass surface conductivity phenomena on the tip potential of glass micropipette electrodes
M. Lavallee and G. Szabo, GLME Ch 6, pp 95-110, 1969.

Conductivity (in electroanalytical chemistry)
W.H. Lee, EMAC Ch 1, pp 1-22, 1969.

High frequency titrimetry
W.H. Lee, EMAC Ch 2, pp 23-35, 1969.

Potentiometry (in electroanalytical chemistry)
W.H. Lee, EMAC Ch 3, pp 36-66, 1969.

Coulometry (in electroanalytical chemistry)
W.H. Lee, EMAC Ch 6, pp 104-119, 1969.

Sodium
C.H. Lemke, KOE2 V 18, pp 432-457, 1969.

Electrochemical properties of "incompletely sealed" cation sensitive microelectrodes
A.A. Lev, GLME Ch 5, pp 76-94, 1969.

Industrial analysis and control with ion-selective electrodes
T.S. Light, ISEL Ch 10, pp 349-374, 1969.

Nonaqueous solvents for electrochemical use
C. K. Mann, EACH V 3, Ch 2, pp 57-134, 1969.

Electrodeposition of rare metals and alloys
N.I. Mikhailov, M.M. Melnikova, and N.D. Lukashina, EDMA Ch 6, pp 162-185, 1969.

Studies with ion-exchange calcium electrodes in biological fluids: some applications in biomedical research and clinical medicine
E.W. Moore, ISEL Ch 7, pp 215-285, 1969.

The metal-gas interface
R.A. Oriani and C.A. Johnson, MAEC V 5, Ch 2, pp 90-202, 1969.

Liquid ion-exchanger microelectrodes
F.W. Orme, GLME Ch 17, pp 376-395, 1969.

Electrochemistry
A. Patterson, ARPC V 20, pp 91-110, 1969.

Potentials of zero charge of electrodes
R.S. Perkins and T.N. Andersen, MAEC V 5, Ch 3, pp 203-290, 1969.

Electrodeposition of chromium and its alloys
N.I. Popatov and N.T. Kudryavtsev, EDMA Ch 5, pp 146-161, 1969.

Analytical studies on ion-selective membrane electrodes
G.A. Rechnitz, ISEL Ch 9, pp 313-348, 1969.

Solid-state and liquid membrane ion-selective electrodes
J.W. Ross, ISEL Ch 2, pp 57-88, 1969.

Measurement of cycloplasmic resistivity by means of the glass microelectrode
O.F. Schanne, GLME Ch 14, pp 299-321, 1969.

Some electrical properties of fine-tipped pipette microelectrodes
F.M. Snell, GLME Ch 7, pp 111-123, 1969.

Single and coaxial microelectrodes in the study of the retina
T. Tomita, GLME Ch 8, pp 124-153, 1969.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 65B, Ch 7, pp 231-260, 1969.

Present state of the theory of chromium electrodeposition from chromic acid baths
A.T. Vagramyan and Z.A. Soloveva, EDMA Ch 4, pp 111-145, 1969.

Electroless plating
P.G.L. Vivian, PCMD Ch 8, pp 190-201, 1969.

Electroplating
P.G.L. Vivian, PCMD Ch 9, pp 202-224, 1969.

The theory and practice of anodic protection
R. Walker and A. Ward, IMAR V 14, pp 143-151, 1969.

The pO2 in isolated muscle measured with an intracellular electrode (glass microelectrodes)
W.J. Whalen, GLME Ch 18, pp 396-403, 1969.

Through hole connections by electrodeposition
G.C. Wilson and R.H.C. Lee, PCMD Ch 6, pp 110-141, 1969.


1970

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Principles of electrode kinetics
T.N. Andersen and H. Eyring, PCAT V 9A, Ch 3, pp 247-344, 1970.

Electrolytic reductive coupling: synthetic and mechanistic aspects
M.M. Baizer and J.P. Petrovich, PPOC V 7, pp 189-227, 1970.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
A.J. Bard, ACAR V 42, pp 22R-32R, 1970.

Application of controlled potential coulometry to the study of electrode reactions
A.J. Bard and K.S.V. Santhanam, EACH V 4, Ch 3, pp 215-315, 1970.

The electrical double layer
C.A. Barlow, PCAT V 9A, Ch 2, pp 167-246, 1970.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
A. Bewick and D. Pletcher, ESPR V 1, Ch 4, pp 98-165, 1970.

Fused-salt electrochemistry
G.E. Blomgren, PCAT V 9B, Ch 10, pp 859-902, 1970.

The mechanism of deposition and dissolution of metals
J.O'M. Bockris and A.R. Despic, PCAT V 9B, Ch 7, pp 611-730, 1970.

Electroless plating of magnetic alloys
V.V. Bondar', SE66 Ch 2, pp 48-100, 1970.

Reference electrodes in aprotic organic solvents
J.N. Butler, AEEE V 7, Ch 2, pp 77-175, 1970.

Some aspects of the thermodynamic and transport behavior of electrolytes
B.E. Conway, PCAT V 9A, Ch 1, pp 1-166, 1970.

Electrolyte solutions
A.K. Covington and T.H. Lilley, ESPR V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-55, 1970.

Reversible electrode systems and related topics
A.K. Covington, ESPR V 1, Ch 2, pp 56-72, 1970.

Electrochemical energy conversion
M. Eisenberg, PCAT V 9B, Ch 9, pp 773-857, 1970.

The electrical properties of solid oxide electrolytes
T.H. Etsell and S.N. Flengas, CHRE V 70, pp 339-376, 1970.

Fast ionic reactions
E.M. Eyring, PCAT V 9B, Ch 8, pp 731-772, 1970.

Advances in the electrochemical synthesis of monomers
M.Y. Fioshin, SE65 Ch 3, pp 124-138, 1970.

Kinetics and mechanism of anodic processes in the electrolysis of carboxylic acids
M.Y. Fioshin, SE65 Ch 4, pp 139-161, 1970.

Addition and substitution reactions in the electrolytic oxidation of organic compound
M.Y. Fioshin and L.A. Mirkind, SE66 Ch 3, pp 101-131, 1970.

Semiconductor electrochemistry
H. Gerischer, PCAT V 9A, Ch 5, pp 463-542, 1970.

Modern problems of metal deposition by reduction with hypophosphite
K.M. Gorbunova, A.A. Nikiforova, and G.A. Sadakov, SE66 Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1970.

The theory and practice of electrochemistry with thin layer cells
A.T. Hubbard and F.C. Anson, EACH V 4, Ch 2, pp 129-214, 1970.

The conductance of electrolyte solutions
G. Hills, ESPR V 1, Ch 3, pp 73-97, 1970.

Gas evolution reactions
J. Horiuti, PCAT V 9B, Ch 6, pp 543-610, 1970.

The electrochemical reduction of aromatic hydrocarbons
G.J. Hoytink, AEEE V 7, Ch 4, pp 221-281, 1970.

Electrochemistry of molten salts
D. Inman, A.D. Graves, and P.R. Sethi, ESPR V 1, Ch 5, pp 166-222, 1970.

Techniques for the measurement of electrode processes at temperatures above 100 degree Celsius
D. de G. Jones and H.G. Masterson, ACST V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-49, 1970.

Metallization of nonconductors
B.Y. Kazanachei, SE65 Ch 5, pp 162-191, 1970.

Hydrogen overvoltage and adsorption phenomena: Part III. Effect of the adsorption energy of hydrogen on overvoltage and the mechanism of the cathodic process
L.I. Krishtalik, AEEE V 7, Ch 5, pp 283-339, 1970.

Surface leveling in the electrodeposition of metals
S.S. Kruglikov, SE65 Ch 2, pp 95-123, 1970.

Kinetics of reactions with charge transport
V.G. Levich, PCAT V 9B, Ch 12, pp 985-1074, 1970.

Present state of the theory of oxidation-reduction processes in solutions (bulk and electrode reactions)
V.G. Levich, SE65 Ch 1, pp 1-94, 1970.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
R.S. Nicholson, ACAR V 42, pp 130R-138R, 1970.

Faradaic and non-faradaic processes
R. Parsons, AEEE V 7, Ch 3, pp 177-219, 1970.

The electrical double layer in nonaqueous solutions
R. Payne, AEEE V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-76, 1970.

Organic polarography
D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 42, pp 139R-152R, 1970.

Ionic double layers and adsorption
D.J. Schiffrin, ESPR V 1, Ch 6, pp 223-263, 1970.

Sine wave methods in the study of electrode processes
M. Sluyters-Rehbach and J.H. Sluyters, EACH V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-128, 1970.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 42, pp 276R-284R, 1970.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 42, pp 32R-57R, 1970.

Anodic oxidation of aluminum
S. Tajima, ACST V 1, Ch 4, pp 229-362, 1970.

Potentiometric titrations
E.C. Toren and R.P. Buck, ACAR V 42, pp 284R-304R, 1970.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 66B, Ch 7, pp 217-243, 1970.

Electrolytes
R.H. Woods and P.J. Reilly, ARPC V 21, pp 387-406, 1970.

Bioelectrochemistry
J.W. Woodbury, S.H. White, M.C. Mackey, W.L. Hardy, and D.B. Chang, PCAT V 9B, Ch 11, pp 903-983, 1970.

Techniques for the study of electrode processes
E. Yeager and J. Kuta, PCAT V 9A, Ch 4, pp 345-461, 1970.


1971

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Electrocatalysis and fuel cells
A.J. Appleby, CARE V 4, pp 221-243, 1971.

Transport phenomena in electrochemical kinetics
A.J. Arvia and S.L. Marchiano, MAEC V 6, Ch 3, pp 159-241, 1971.

Thermal phenomena in fuel cells and batteries
B.B Baker, D. Gadispow, and D. Wasan, AEEE V 8, Ch 2, pp 63-156, 1971.

Cyclic voltammetry, ac polarography, and related techniques
E.R. Brown and R.F. Large, PMCE Ch 6, pp 423-530, 1971.

Potentiometry: pH measurements and ion-selective electrodes
R.P. Buck, PMCE Ch 2, pp 61-162, 1971.

The lead-acid cell
J. Burbank, A.C. Simin, and E. Willihnganz, AEEE V 8, Ch 3, pp 157-252, 1971.

The alkaline manganese dioxide:zinc system (primary batteries)
N.C. Cahoon and H.W. Holland, PRBA V 1, Ch 7, pp 239-263, 1971.

Cells, high temperature (batteries, fuel cells)
E.J. Cairns, R.K. Steunenberg, and H. Shimotake, KOE2 SUPPL pp 120-137, 1971.

The anodic oxidation of hydrocarbons and the hydrocarbon fuel cell
E.J. Cairns, AEEE V 8, Ch 5, pp 337-392, 1971.

Ion solvation
B. Case, RMAE Ch 2, pp 45-134, 1971.

The electrodeposition of paint
B.A. Cooke, N.M. Ness, and A.L.L. Palluel, IECP Ch 11, pp 417-465, 1971.

Adsorption of molecules on electrodes
B.B. Damaskin and A.N. Frumkin, RMAE Ch 1, pp 1-44, 1971.

Anodic oxide films
C.J. Dell'Oca, D.L. Pulfrey, and L. Young, THFI V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-79, 1971.

The silver oxide:zinc system (primary batteries)
T.P. Dirkse, PRBA V 1, Ch 6, pp 225-237, 1971.

Theory of molecular electrode kinetics
R.R. Dogonadze, RMAE Ch 3, pp 135-227, 1971.

Reduction of organic molecules in region of low electrode surface coverages
A.B. Ershler, PEOC Ch 6, pp 203-239, 1971.

Platinized platinum electrodes
A.M. Feltham and M. Spiro, CHRE V 71, pp 177-193, 1971.

Stereochemistry of electrode processes (organic electrochemistry)
L.G. Feoktistov, PEOC Ch 4, pp 135-169, 1971.

Electrolysis of organic compounds with use of ion-exchange membranes
M.Y. Fioshin, PEOC Ch 8, pp 287-317, 1971.

The electrode reactions of organic molecules
M. Fleischmann and D. Pletcher, RMAE Ch 8, pp 347-402, 1971.

Low-temperature nonaqueous cells (primary batteries)
J.M. Freund and W.C. Spindler, PRBA V 1, Ch 10, pp 341-372, 1971.

Computed thermodynamic properties and distribution functions for simple models of ionic solutions
H.L. Friedman, MAEC V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-90, 1971.

Fuel cells
G.R. Frysinger, KOE2 SUPPL pp 383-420, 1971.

The electrowinning of metals
D. Gilroy, IECP Ch 6, pp 175-217, 1971.

Chemical reactions in polarography
R. Guidelli, EACH V 5, Ch 3, pp 149-374, 1971.

The rates of reactions involving only electron transfer at metal electrodes
J.M. Hale, RMAE Ch 4, pp 229-257, 1971.

Standard cells (primary batteries)
W.J. Hamer, PRBA V 1, Ch 12, pp 433-477, 1971.

The fundamentals of metal deposition
J.A. Harrison and H.R. Thirsk, EACH V 5, Ch 2, pp 67-148, 1971.

Electrorefining in molten salts
P.F. Hart and A.W.D. Hills, IECP Ch 7-2, pp 245-261, 1971.

Historical introduction (primary batteries)
G.W. Heise, PRBA V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-58, 1971.

Electrochemical processes in glow discharge at the gas-solution interface
A. Hickling, MAEC V 6, Ch 5, pp 329-373, 1971.

Electromigration
H.B. Huntington, KOE2 SUPPL pp 278-294, 1971.

The electrolytic finishing of metals
G. Isserlis, IECP Ch 9, pp 327-383, 1971.

Electrolytic heavy water manufacture
C. Jackson, IECP Ch 5, pp 159-173, 1971.

Miscellaneous industrial processes
C. Jackson and A.T. Kuhn, IECP Ch 13, pp 497-524, 1971.

Diaphragms and electrolytes (industrial electrochemistry)
C. Jackson, B.A. Cooke, and B.J. Woodhall, IECP Ch 15, pp 575-597, 1971.

Cell design (industrial electrochemistry)
C. Jackson, IECP Ch 16, pp 599-605, 1971.

Electrochemistry and applications of propylene carbonate
R. Jasinski, AEEE V 8, Ch 4, pp 253-335, 1971.

Electroforming
R.J. Kendrick, IECP Ch 10, pp 385-416, 1971.

Hydrated electrons and electrochemistry
G.A. Kenney and D.C. Walker, EACH V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-66, 1971.

Polarographic reduction of azomethine compounds
Y.P. Kitaev and T.V. Troepolskaya, PEOC Ch 2, pp 43-83, 1971.

Analytical oxidation-reduction reactions in organic solvents
B. Kratochvil, CRAC V 1, pp 415-454, 1971.

The chlor-alkali industry
A.T. Kuhn, IECP Ch 3, pp 89-126, 1971.

Electrodes for industrial processes
A.T. Kuhn and P.M. Wright, IECP Ch 14, pp 525-574, 1971.

An international survey of industrial electrochemical processes
A.T. Kuhn and D. Lawson, IECP Ch 17, pp 607-621, 1971.

Electrochemical reduction mechanism in organic peroxides
E.S. Levin and A.V. Yamshchikov, PEOC Ch 11, pp 411-440, 1971.

Chronopotentiometry
P.J. Lingane, CRAC V 1, pp 587-634, 1971.

Surface potential at liquid interfaces
L. Llopis, MAEC V 6, Ch 2, pp 91-158, 1971.

Progress report on recent advances in extraction metallurgy: electrometallurgy
J. Mackowiak, IMAR V 16, pp 50-56, 1971.

Electrode processes complicated by chemical reactions and by adsorption on mercury electrodes (organic electrochemistry)
S.G. Mairanovskii, PEOC Ch 3, pp 85-133, 1971.

The mechanism of charge transfer from metal electrodes to ions in solution
D.B. Matthews and J.O'M. Bockris, MAEC V 6, Ch 4, pp 242-328, 1971.

Redox reactions and electron transfer chains of inert transition metal complexes
J.A. McCleverty, RMAE Ch 9, pp 403-492, 1971.

Reactions at organic semiconductor electrodes
W. Mehl, RMAE Ch 7, pp 305-345, 1971.

Controlled-potential electrolysis
L. Meites, PMCE Ch 9, pp 645-712, 1971.

The electrochemical method in transport phenomena
T. Mizushina, ADHT V 7, Ch 2, pp 87-161, 1971.

Semidry and solid electrolyte batteries (primary batteries)
J.N. Mrgudich and D.V. Louzos, PRBA V 1, Ch 11, 373-432, 1971.

Polarography
O.H. Muller, PMCE Ch 5, pp 297-421, 1971.

Chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, and chronopotentiometry
R.W. Murray, PMCE Ch 8, pp 591-644, 1971.

Solid electrolyte batteries
B.B. Owens, AEEE V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-62, 1971.

Oxidation and reduction of aromatic hydrocarbon molecules at electrodes
M.E. Peover, RMAE Ch 5, pp 259-281, 1971.

Electrochemical oxidation of organic compounds at metals of the platinum group
O.A. Petrii, PEOC Ch 9, pp 319-376, 1971.

Voltammetry with stationary and rotating electrodes
S. Piekarski and R.N. Adams, PMCE Ch 7, pp 531-589, 1971.

Fuel and continuous feed cells
R. Roberts, PRBA V 1, Ch 9, pp 293-339, 1971.

The mercuric oxide:zinc cell (primary batteries)
S. Ruben, PRBA V 1, Ch 5, pp 207-223, 1971.

Production of elemental fluorine by electrolysis
A.J. Rudge, IECP Ch 1, pp 1-69, 1971.

Electrochemical fluorination
A.J. Rudge, IECP Ch 2, pp 71-88, 1971.

Primary cells with caustic alkali electrolyte
E.A. Schumacher, PRBA V 1, Ch 3, pp 169-189, 1971.

The alkaline copper oxide:zinc cell (primary batteries)
E.A. Schumacher, PRBA V 1, Ch 4, pp 191-206, 1971.

Zinc:oxygen cells with alkaline electrolyte (primary batteries)
E.A. Schumacher, PRBA V 1, Ch 8, pp 265-292, 1971.

Conductometry
T. Shedlowsky and L. Shedlowsky, PMCE Ch 3, pp 163-204, 1971.

Recent developments in alternating current polarography
D.E. Smith, CRAC V 2, pp 247-343, 1971.

Industrial water electrolysis
D.H. Smith, IECP Ch 4, pp 127-157, 1971.

Electrochemical methods for investigation of catalytic hydrogenation mechanism in solution (organic electrochemistry)
D.V. Sokolskii, PEOC Ch 10, pp 377-410, 1971.

Electrodialysis
G.S. Solt, IECP Ch 12, pp 467-496, 1971.

Determination of transference numbers
M. Spiro, PMCE Ch 4, pp 205-295, 1971.

Electrorefining in aqueous electrolytes
J.M. Steele, IECP Ch 7-1, pp 219-244, 1971.

Electrochemical generation of free radical ions and use of electron paramagnetic resonance for their investigation (organic electrochemistry)
Y.P. Stradyn and R.A. Gavar, PEOC Ch 1, pp 1-42, 1971.

Molten salt batteries and fuel cells
D.A.J. Swinkels, AMSC V 1, Ch 4, pp 165-223, 1971.

Reduction potentials and orbital energies of aza-heteromolecules
B.J. Tabner and J.R. Yandle, RMAE Ch 6, pp 283-303, 1971.

Prewaves in reversible systems (organic electrochemistry)
G.A. Tedoradze, E.Y. Khmelnitskaya, and Y.M. Zolotovitskii, PEOC Ch 5, pp 171-202, 1971.

Electrochemical synthesis of organometallic compounds
A.P. Tomilov and I.N. Brago, PEOC Ch 7, pp 241-285, 1971.

The anode electrolyte interface
S. Toshima, RPSS V 4, Ch 4, pp 231-297, 1971.

Electrochemical machining
E.V. Tuck, IECP Ch 8, pp 263-326, 1971.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 67B, Ch 7, pp 219-240, 1971.

Potentiometry: oxidation-reduction potentials
S. Wawzonek, PMCE Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1971.

Fundamental aspects (primary batteries)
E.B. Yeager and E.P. Schwartz, PRBA V 1, Ch 2, pp 59-168, 1971.


1972

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Electrical double layer at metal oxide-solution interfaces
S.M. Ahmed, OAOF V 1, Ch 4, pp 319-517, 1972.

Non-stationary e.m.f. measurements (solid electrolytes)
G.B. Barbi, PHEL V 2, Ch 15, pp 679-698, 1972.

Measurement of reversible electrode potentials
R.G. Bates, TEEC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-42, 1972.

Critical observations on the measurement of adsorption at electrodes
H.H. Bauer, P.J. Herman, and P.J. Elving, MAEC V 7, Ch 3, pp 143-197, 1972.

Diffusion in ionic crystals (solid electrolytes)
F. Beniere, PHEL V 1, Ch 6, pp 203-298, 1972.

Transference numbers in ionic crystals (solid electrolytes)
F. Beniere, PHEL V 1, Ch 7, pp 299-318, 1972.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
A. Bewick and D. Pletcher, ESPR V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1972.

Quantum chemical treatment of adsorbed species
G. Blyholder, MAEC V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1972.

The electrochemical future
J.O'M. Bockris, ECCE Ch 1, pp 1-23, 1972.

Electron photoemission at a metal-electrolyte solution interface
A.M. Brodsky and Y.V. Pleskov, PRSS V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-73, 1972.

Passivation and passivity
V. Brusic, OAOF V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-89, 1972.

Ion selective electrodes, potentiometry, and potentiometric titrations
R.P. Buck, ACAR V 44, pp 270R-295R, 1972.

The lead dioxide electrode
J.P. Carr and N.A. Hampson, CHRE V 72, pp 679-703, 1972.

Solvated electrons in field- and photo-assisted processes at electrodes
B.E. Conway, MAEC V 7, Ch 2, pp 83-142, 1972.

Special techniques in the study of electrode processes and electrochemical adsorption
B.E. Conway, TEEC V 1, Ch 5, pp 389-568, 1972.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
D.G. Davis, ACAR V 44, pp 79R-84R, 1972.

Decorative electrodeposited metallic coatings
J.K. Dennis, IMAR V 17, pp 43-65, 1972.

Transport-controlled deposition and dissolution of metals
A.R. Despic and K.I. Popov, MAEC V 7, Ch 4, pp 199-313, 1972.

Mechanism of ionic transport through oxide films
M.J. Dignam, OAOF V 1, Ch 2, pp 91-286, 1972.

Thermal diffusion in ionic crystals (solid electrolytes)
J. Dupuy, PHEL V 2, Ch 16, pp 699-745, 1972.

Electrochemical methods of pollution analysis
B.D. Epstein, ECCE Ch 6, pp 165-206, 1972.

Digital simulation of electrochemical surface boundary phenomena: multiple electron transfer and adsorption
S.W. Feldberg, ECSI Ch 7, pp 185-215, 1972.

Basic theory of ionic transport processes (solid electrolytes)
R.J. Friauf, PHEL V 1, Ch 5, pp 153-202, 1972.

Tables of ionic conductivity and diffusion in ionic crystals (solid electrolytes)
R.J. Friauf, PHEL V 2, Appendix, pp 1103-1163, 1972.

Cells and storage batteries (solid electrolytes)
R.T. Foley, PHEL V 2, Ch 23, pp 959-988, 1972.

Theory of crystalline solid electrolyte solutions
F.K. Fong, PHEL V 1, Ch 3, pp 79-126, 1972.

Oxygen concentration cells (solid electrolytes)
K.S. Goto and W. Pluschkell, PHEL V 2, Ch 13, pp 539-622, 1972.

The hydrogen economy
D.P. Gregory, D.Y.C. Ng, and G.M. Long, ECCE Ch 8, pp 226-280, 1972.

Solid metal electrode reactions
N.A. Hampson, ESPR V 2, Ch 3, pp 117-167, 1972.

The ionic conductivity of whiskers (solid electrolytes)
E. Hartmann, PHEL V 1, Ch 9, pp 347-350, 1972.

Hydrometallurgical treatment of sulfide ores for elimination of SO2 emissions by smelters
T.A. Henrie and R.E. Lindstrom, ECCE Ch 9, pp 281-291, 1972.

Application of computers to solution of organic electrode reaction mechanisms
H.B. Herman, ECSI Ch 3, pp 63-102, 1972.

Solid state cells, impedance and polarization
K.O. Hever, PHEL V 2, Ch 19, pp 809-838, 1972.

Electrochemical power sources for vehicle propulsion
E.H. Hietbrink, J. McBreen, S.M. Selis, S.B. Tricklebank, and R.R. Witherspoon, ECCE Ch 3, pp 47-97, 1972.

The solid electrolyte
J. Hladik, PHEL V 1, Ch 2, pp 35-78, 1972.

Comparison between electrode potentials in solid and liquid electrolytes
J. Hladik, PHEL V 2, Ch 18, pp 799-806, 1972.

Reference electrodes (solid electrolytes)
J. Hladik, PHEL V 2, Ch 20, pp 839-865, 1972.

Chronoamperometry, potential-sweep chronoamperometry and chronopotentiometry (solid electrolytes)
J. Hladik, PHEL V 2, Ch 21, pp 867-930, 1972.

Ionic transport in glasses (solid electrolytes)
K. Hughes and J.O. Isard, PHEL V 1, Ch 10, pp 351-400, 1972.

Methods and mechanisms in electroorganic chemistry
A.A. Humffray, MAEC V 8, Ch 3, pp 121-238, 1972.

Electrochemistry of molten salts
D. Inman, A.D. Graves, and A.A. Nobile, ESPR V 2, Ch 2, pp 61-116, 1972.

Free radicals in organic polarography
B. Kastening, PRPO V 3, Ch 4, pp 195-286, 1972.

Coulometry (solid electrolytes)
J.H. Kennedy, PHEL V 2, Ch 22, pp 931-956, 1972.

Intermetallic compounds in amalgams (polarography)
M. Kozlovsky and A. Zebreva, PRPO V 3, Ch 3, pp 157-194, 1972.

The electrochemical treatment of aqueous effluent streams
A.T. Kuhn, ECCE Ch 4, pp 98-130, 1972.

The role of electrochemistry in environmental control
A.T. Kuhn, MAEC V 8, Ch 5, pp 273-340, 1972.

β-alumina electrolytes
J.T. Kummer, PSSC V 7, pp 141-175, 1972.

Overpotential measurements
J. Kuta and E. Yeager, TEEC V 1, Ch 3, pp 141-292, 1972.

Electrical conductivity (solid electrolytes)
A. Kvist, PHEL V 1, Ch 8, pp 319-346, 1972.

Membrane phenomena
N.K. Lakshminarayanaiah, ESPR V 2, Ch 5, pp 203-286, 1972.

Mechanism of stepwise electrode processes on amalgams
V.V. Losev, MAEC V 7, Ch 5, pp 314-398, 1972.

A program to calculate the relative surface excess of a substance adsorbed at the surface of a mercury electrode from differential capacitance data
H.C. MacDonald, ECSI Ch 2, pp 45-59, 1972.

Digital simulation of electrogenerated chemiluminescence at the rotating ring-disk electrode
J.T. Maloy, ECSI Ch 9, pp 241-260, 1972.

Electrochemical processes at biological interfaces
L.J. Mandel, MAEC V 8, Ch 4, pp 239-271, 1972.

Polyelectrolytes
G.S. Manning, ARPC V 23, pp 117-140, 1972.

Double-layer and related effects in polarography
S.G. Mairanovskii, PRPO V 3, Ch 5, pp 287-369, 1972.

Computer analysis of data obtained by electrochemical transient perturbation techniques
R.F. Martin and D.G. Davis, ECSI Ch 4, pp 103-117, 1972.

Electro-organic chemistry
T.F.W. McKillop and K. Korinek, ARCH V 68B, Ch 8, pp 297-319, 1972.

Electronic current flow through ideal dielectric films
C.A. Mead, OAOF V 1, Ch 3, pp 287-318, 1972.

Thermodynamic analysis of electrocapillary data
P.R. Mohilner and D.M. Mohilner, ECSI Ch 1, pp 3-44, 1972.

Surface phenomena associated with the semiconductor/electrolyte interface
S.R. Morrison, PRSS V 1, Ch 3, pp 105-154, 1972.

Polarographic theory, instrumentation, and methodology
R.S. Nicholson, ACAR V 44, pp 478R-489R, 1972.

Numerical solutions of integral equations
R.S. Nicholson and M.L. Olmstead, ECSI Ch 5, pp 119-138, 1972.

Introduction to the on-line use of computers in electrochemistry
R.A. Osteryoung, ECSI Ch 11, pp 353-368, 1972.

Ionic solvation in nonaqueous and mixed solvents
J.I. Padova, MAEC V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-82, 1972.

The study of the ionic double layer and adsorption phenomena
R. Payne, TEEC V 1, Ch 2, pp 43-140, 1972.

Enhancement of electroanalytical measurement techniques by real-time computer interaction
S.P. Perone, ECSI Ch 13, pp 423-447, 1972.

Organic polarography
D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 44, pp 457R-478R, 1972.

Laplace plane analysis of electrode kinetics
A.A. Pilla, ECSI Ch 6, pp 139-181, 1972.

The electrofiltration of particulates from gases
E.C. Potter, ECCE Ch 5, pp 131-164, 1972.

Digital simulation of the rotating ring-disc electrode
K.B. Prater, ECSI Ch 8, pp 219-240, 1972.

Transport phenomena in ion-exchange membranes
E. Riande, PHEL V 1, Ch 11, pp 401-516, 1972.

Electrochemical Knudsen cells for investigating the thermodynamics of vapours (solid electrolytes)
H. Rickert, PHEL V 2, Ch 12, pp 519-538, 1972.

Electrochemical relaxation techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.K. Roe, ACAR V 44, pp 85R-96R, 1972.

The measurement of surface area and porosity
A.J. Salkind, TEEC V 1, Ch 4, pp 293-388, 1972.

Ionic double layers and adsorption
D.J. Schiffrin, ESPR V 2, Ch 4, pp 169-202, 1972.

Operational amplifier instruments for electrochemistry
R.R. Schroeder, ECSI Ch 10, pp 263-350, 1972.

Applications of on-line digital computers in ac polarography and related techniques
D.E. Smith, ECSI Ch 12, pp 369-422, 1972.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 44, pp 1R-9R, 1972.

Solid electrolyte fuel cells (theoretics and experiments)
T. Takahashi, PHEL V 2, Ch 24, pp 989-1049, 1972.

Application of polarography and related electrochemical methods to the study of labile complexes in solution
R. Tamamushi and G.P. Sato, PRPO V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-72, 1972.

Electrochemical cells with non-oxygen conductivity (solid electrolytes)
Y.D. Trtyakov and A.R. Kaul, PHEL V 2, Ch 14, pp 623-677, 1972.

Photo-electrochemical phenomena (solid electrolytes)
A.C.H. van Peski, J. Schoonman, and D.A. de Vooys, PHEL V 2, Ch 25, pp 1051-1101, 1972.

The thermoelectric power of cells with ionic compounds involving ionic and electronic conduction
C. Wagner, PSSC V 7, pp 1-37, 1972.

Oscillatory behavior in electrochemical systems
J. Wojtowicz, MAEC V 8, Ch 2, pp 47-120, 1972.

Thermodynamic equilibrium diagrams (solid electrolytes)
W.L. Worrell and J. Hladik, PHEL V 2, Ch 17, pp 747-798, 1972.

Effects of acidity in the elucidation of organic electrode processes (polarography)
P. Zuman, PRPO V 3, Ch 2, pp 73-156, 1972.


1973

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The quantum mechanical model for electronic charge transfer at interfaces
A.J. Appleby, J.O'M. Bockris, and R.K. Sen, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-40, 1973.

Study of continuous process for production of electrolytic manganese dioxide
I. Araki, EMNO V 2, Ch 7, pp 115-122, 1973.

α, β-unsaturated carbonyls (cathodic reactions)
M.M. Baizer, OEC1 Ch 9, pp 399-411, 1973.

Electrolytic reductive coupling (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC1 Ch 19, pp 679-704, 1973.

Organic electrocatalysis
M.M. Baizer, OEC1 Ch 30, pp 975-978, 1973.

Diffusion in electrolytes
J.A. Bierlein and J.G. Becsey, TEEC V 2, Ch 3, pp 117-172, 1973.

Dielectric measurements in electrolytic solutions
E.A.S. Cavell, TEEC V 2, Ch 5, pp 291-344, 1973.

Basic concepts (organic electrochemistry)
G. Cauquis, OEC1 Ch 1, pp 13-91, 1973.

Methods for the elucidation of organic electrochemical reactions
G. Cauquis and V.D. Parker, OEC1 Ch 2, pp 93-154, 1973.

Classified bibliography (organic electrochemistry)
G. Cauquis and D. Serve, OEC1 App. 1, pp 979-988, 1973.

Determination of mechanisms of electrode reactions involving adsorbed species
B.E. Conway, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 2, pp 41-113, 1973.

Reversible electrode systems and related topics
A.K. Covington, ESPR V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-19, 1973.

Relaxation techniques for the study of fast processes in electrolytic solutions
G.H. Czerlinski, TEEC V 2, Ch 6, pp 345-398, 1973.

Industrial electroorganic chemistry
D. Danly, OEC1 Ch 28, pp 907-946, 1973.

Iodine and astatine
P.G. Desideri, L. Lepri, and D. Heimler, EECE V 1, Ch 3, pp 91-153, 1973.

Electrochemistry and some aspects of materials science
A.R. Despic, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 3, pp 115-180, 1973.

Cathodic reactions of hydrocarbons
R. Dietz, OEC1 Ch 5, pp 253-277, 1973.

Electrogenerated reagents (indirect electroorganic reactions)
R. Dietz and H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 24, pp 821-838, 1973.

Dissolution of oxide phases
J.W. Diggle, OAOF V 2, Ch 4, pp 281-386, 1973.

Electrochemistry in biology
D.M. Draziz, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 6, pp 287-332, 1973.

Carboxylic acids and derivatives (cathodic reactions)
L. Eberson, OEC1 Ch 10, pp 413-428, 1973.

Hydrocarbons (anodic reactions)
L. Eberson, OEC1 Ch 12, pp 447-468, 1973.

Carboxylic acids (anodic reactions)
L. Eberson, OEC1 Ch 13, pp 469-507, 1973.

Anodic substitution (organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson, OEC1 Ch 22, pp 781-804, 1973.

Comparison between electrochemical and analogous chemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson, OEC1 Ch 26, pp 855-868, 1973.

Stereochemistry of organic electrode processes
L. Eberson and L. Horner, OEC1 Ch 27, pp 869-903, 1973.

Impurities in manganese dioxide in relation to Leclanche batteries
A. Era, EMNO V 1, Ch 4, pp 131-144, 1973.

The measurement and interpretation of electrolytic conductance
D.F. Evans and M.A. Matesich, TEEC V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-59, 1973.

Saturated carbonyl compounds and derivatives (cathodic reactions)
L.G. Feoktistov and H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 8, pp 347-397, 1973.

Electroanalytical chemistry: voltammetry
B. Fleet and R.D. Jee, ESPR V 3, Ch 7, pp 210-237, 1973.

Physical parameters for the control of organic electrode processes
M. Fleischmann and D. Pletcher, APOC V 10, Ch 5, pp 155-225, 1973.

Electroanalytical chemistry in molten salts--a review of recent developments
K.W. Fung and G. Mamantov, AMSC V 2, Ch 4, pp 199-254, 1973.

Ultrasonic velocity measurements, the compressibilities of solutions and molten salts
C. Hall and E. Yeager, TEEC V 2, Ch 7, pp 399-442, 1973.

The solid metal electrode in aqueous solution
N.A. Hampson, ESPR V 3, Ch 3, pp 41-93, 1973.

Cadmium
N.A. Hampson and R.S. Latham, EECE V 1, Ch 4, pp 155-233, 1973.

Internal reflection spectroscopy in electrochemistry
W.N. Hansen, AEEE V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1973.

Bobbin dynamics, a study of potential and resistance distribution in the cathode bobbin of Leclanche cells
T. Hirai and M. Fukuda, EMNO V 1, Ch 7, pp 171-202, 1973.

Properties of chemically prepared MnO2
T. Honda, K. Mizumaki, and I. Tanabe, EMNO V 1, Ch 8, pp 203-218, 1973.

Onium compounds (cathodic reactions)
L. Horner, OEC1 Ch 11, pp 429-444, 1973.

Cleavages (organic electrochemistry)
L. Horner and H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 21, pp 729-779, 1973.

Electrochemistry in thin layers of solution
A.T. Hubbard, CRAC V 3, pp 201-242, 1973.

Electrochemical methods of analysis
A. Hulanicki, IROS Ser 1, V 13, Ch 8, pp 201-234, 1973.

Inert gases
B. Jaselskis and R.H. Krueger, EECE V 1, Ch 8, pp 467-479, 1973.

Transference number measurements
R.L. Kay, TEEC V 2, Ch 2, pp 61-116, 1973.

On the electrolytic MnO2 of Daiichi Carbon Co.
T. Kato, EMNO V 1, Ch 9, pp 219-226, 1973.

Electro-organic chemistry
K. Korinek and T.F.W. McKillop, ARCH V 69B, Ch 8, pp 291-313, 1973.

Crystal structure and structural constituents of electrolytic manganese dioxide
J. Koshiba and S. Nishizawa, EMNO V 2, Ch 4, pp 85-99, 1973.

Japanese research on the preparation of electrolytic manganese dioxide and its properties in relation to the electrolysis conditions (a review)
A. Kozawa, EMNO V 1, Ch 2, pp 57-114, 1973.

Electrochemistry of manganese dioxide in KOH electrolytes
A. Kozawa, EMNO V 2, Ch 3, pp 39-84, 1973.

Application of ellipsometry to electrochemistry
J. Kruger, AEEE V 9, Ch 4, pp 227-280, 1973.

Coulometric titrations of organic compounds
A.F. Krivis, RACH V 1, pp 291-334, 1973.

Organometallic synthesis
H. Lehmkuhl, OEC1 Ch 18, pp 621-676, 1973.

Manganese
C.C. Liang, EECE V 1, Ch 6, pp 349-403, 1973.

Electrolyte solutions
T.H. Lilley, ESPR V 3, Ch 6, pp 187-210, 1973.

Practical problems in electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund and P. Iversen, OEC1 Ch 4, pp 165-249, 1973.

Cathodic reduction of nitro compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 7, pp 315-345, 1973.

Electrolysis of heterocyclic compounds
H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 17, pp 563-620, 1973.

Amalgam reductions (indirect electroorganic reactions)
H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 23, pp 805-819, 1973.

Use of the solvated electron (indirect electroorganic reactions)
H. Lund, OEC1 Ch 25, pp 839-851, 1973.

Specular reflection spectroscopy of the electrode-solution interphase
J.D.E. McIntyre, AEEE V 9, Ch 2, pp 61-166, 1973.

Studies on crystal phases of MnO2
Y. Miyake, EMNO V 1, Ch 3, pp 115-129, 1973.

Changes in the microstructure of manganese dioxide and zinc in dry cells under various discharge conditions
K. Miyazaki, EMNO V 2, Ch 8, pp 123-157, 1973.

A few aspects of manufacturing processes of electrolytic manganese dioxide
K. Miyazaki and T. Suemoto, EMNO V 1, Ch 6, pp 159-170, 1973.

Principles of ellipsometry
R.H. Muller, AEEE V 9, Ch 3, pp 167-226, 1973.

Double beam interferometry for electrochemical studies
R.H. Muller, AEEE V 9, Ch 5, pp 281-368, 1973.

New dry cells by Fuji Electrochemical Co.
I. Muraki, EMNO V 1, Ch 5, pp 145-158, 1973.

Chemical treatment of electrolytic manganese dioxide
I. Muraki, EMNO V 2, Ch 6, pp 105-113, 1973.

Chlorine
T. Mussini and G. Fiata, EECE V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-55, 1973.

Bromine
T. Mussini and G. Fiata, EECE V 1, Ch 2, pp 57-90, 1973.

The fundamental principles of current distribution and mass transport in electrochemical cells
J. Newman, EACH V 6, Ch 3, pp 187-352, 1973.

Oxidative coupling (organic electrochemistry)
K. Nyberg, OEC1 Ch 20, pp 705-728, 1973.

Ellipsometric optics with special reference to electrochemical systems
W.-K. Paik, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 5, pp 239-285, 1973.

Anodic oxidation of amines
V.D. Parker, OEC1 Ch 14, pp 509-529, 1973.

Anodic oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds (anodic organic reactions)
V.D. Parker, OEC1 Ch 15, pp 531-550, 1973.

Anodic oxidation of sulfur-containing compounds (anodic organic reactions)
V.D. Parker, OEC1 Ch 16, pp 551-559, 1973.

Electrochemical polymerization
G. Parravano, OEC1 Ch 29, pp 947-974, 1973.

Double layer at the mercury-solution interface
R. Payne, RPSS V 6, Ch 2, pp 51-123, 1973.

Electric double layer on the semiconductor-electrolyte interface
Y.V. Pleskov, RPSS V 7, Ch 2, pp 57-93, 1973.

Electrode processes in solid-electrolyte systems
D.O. Raleigh, EACH V 6, Ch 2, pp 87-186, 1973.

Electrochemical reduction of organic halides
M.R. Rifi, OEC1 Ch 6, pp 279-314, 1973.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
P.M. Robertson, ESPR V 3, Ch 5, pp 120-186, 1973.

Studies of electrolytic solutions by x-ray diffraction and neutron inelastic scattering
G.J. Safford and P.S. Leung, TEEC V 2, Ch 4, pp 173-289, 1973.

The "U" series of super high quality dry cells
S. Sato, EMNO V 1, Ch 10, pp 227-241, 1973.

Ionic double layers and adsorption
D.J. Schiffrin, ESPR V 3, Ch 4, pp 94-119, 1973.

Lead
T.F. Sharpe, EECE V 1, Ch 5, pp 235-347, 1973.

Optical microscopy in electrochemistry
A.C. Simon, AEEE V 9, Ch 7, pp 423-526, 1973.

Dielectric loss mechanism in amorphous oxide films
D.M. Smyth, OAOF V 2, Ch 2, pp 95-166, 1973.

Holography and holographic interferometry in electrochemistry
V.S. Srinivasan, AEEE V 9, Ch 6, pp 369-422, 1973.

Some recent advances in the study of hydrogen in metals
P.K. Subramanyan, IROS Ser 1, V 6, Ch 4, pp 181-238, 1973.

Tekkosh's new type of electrolytic MnO2
A. Sudo, EMNO V 2, Ch 5, pp 101-104, 1973.

Production and technical development of leclanche dry batteries in Japan
K. Takahashi, EMNO V 2, Ch 1, pp 3-22, 1973.

Production of electrolytic manganese dioxide in Japan
K. Takahashi and A. Kozawa, EMNO V 2, Ch 2, pp 23-37, 1973.

Chemically prepared manganese dioxide for dry cells
H. Tamura, EMNO V 2, Ch 12, pp 189-197, 1973

Ion-selective electrode analysis
J. Tenygl, IROS Ser 1, V 12, Ch 4, pp 123-159, 1973.

Calcium, strontium, barium, and radium
S. Toshima, EECE V 1, Ch 7, pp 405-466, 1973.

New type heavy duty dry cell with high leakage resistance
Y. Uetani, EMNO V 2, Ch 11, pp 177-187, 1973.

Electrochemistry of biological compounds
L. Underwood and R.W. Burnett, EACH V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-85, 1973.

Anodic oxide films: influence of solid-state properties on electrochemical behavior
A.K. Vijh, OAOF V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-94, 1973.

Super premium carbon zinc battery
J. Watanabe, EMNO V 2, Ch 10, pp 165-175, 1973.

Porous anodic films on aluminum
G.C. Wood, OAOF V 2, Ch 3, pp 167-279, 1973.

The conductance of electrolyte solutions
M.J. Wootten, ESPR V 3, Ch 2, pp 20-40, 1973.

Electrochemistry of manganese dioxide, the electrode reactions in neutral salt solution
S. Yoshizawa and Z. Takehara, EMNO V 1, Ch 1, pp 7-56, 1973.

Relation between micro and macro phenomena (organic electrochemistry)
P. Zuman, OEC1 Ch 3, pp 155-161, 1973.

Special manganese dioxide and activated manganese dioxide produced by Hanshin Yosetsu Kizai Co.
EMNO V 2, Ch 9, pp 159-164, 1973.


1974

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Tin (electroplating)
MEP3 Ch 15(a), pp 377-381, 1974.

Faradaic rectification method and its applications in the study of electrode processes
H.P. Agarwal, EACH V 7, Ch 3, pp 161-271, 1974.

Wear, friction, lubrication, and contact properties (gold electroplating)
M. Antler, GPLT Ch 21-22, pp 259-294, 1974.

Measurement of contact resistance (gold electroplating)
M. Antler, GPLT Ch 26, pp 334-344, 1974.

Connectors (gold electroplating)
M. Antler, GPLT Ch 36, pp 478-494, 1974.

Electrocatalysis
A.J. Appleby, MAEC V 9, Ch 5, pp 369-478, 1974.

The electrochemical behaviour of zinc in alkaline solution
R.D. Armstrong and M.F. Bell, ESPR V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1974.

The electrochemical behaviour of cadmium in alkaline solution
R.D. Armstrong, K. Edmondson, and G.D. West, ESPR V 4, Ch 2, pp 18-32, 1974.

Analytical aspects of voltammetry in non-aqueous solvents and melts
J. Badoz-Lambling and G. Cauquis, AACI V 10, Ch 5, pp 335-419, 1974.

Copper plating from cyanide baths
R.R. Bair and A.K. Graham, MEP3 Ch 7(a), pp 165-182, 1974.

Plating on less common metals
J.G. Beach, MEP3 Ch 27, pp 618-635, 1974.

Boron
M.I. Bellavance and B. Miller, EECE V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-19, 1974.

Copper
U. Bertocci and D.R. Turner, EECE V 2, Ch 6, pp 383-497, 1974.

Models for molten salts
H. Bloom and I.K. Snook, MAEC V 9, Ch 3, pp 159-238, 1974.

Quantitative evaluation of resolution in fundamental, second and third harmonic ac, derivative dc, derivative pulse and other polarographic techniques
A.M. Bond and R.C. Boston, RACH V 2, pp 129-164, 1974.

The nickel hydroxide and related electrodes
G.W.D. Briggs, ESPR V 4, Ch 3, pp 33-54, 1974.

Nickel (electroplating)
H. Brown and B.B. Knapp, MEP3 Ch 12, pp 287-341, 1974.

Electrode reactions in liquid ammonia
O.R. Brown, ESPR V 4, Ch 4, pp 55-77, 1974.

Ion selective electrodes, potentiometry, and potentiometric titrations
R.P. Buck, ACAR V 46, pp 28R-51R, 1974.

Preparation for plating
P.N. Burkard, MEP3 Ch 23, pp 571-590, 1974.

Selection of coatings (electroplating)
R.J. Clauss, MEP3 Ch 29, pp 656-672, 1974.

Pretreatment (gold electroplating)
W.K.A. Congreve, GPLT Ch 12, pp 105-142, 1974.

Post-treatment (gold electroplating)
W.K.A. Congreve, GPLT Ch 18, pp 218-223, 1974.

Principles and approaches to the study of mechanisms of organic electrode reactions
B.E. Conway and E.J. Rudd, TEOS V 1, Ch 3, pp 149-233, 1974.

Ion-selective electrodes
A.K. Covington, CRAC V 3, pp 355-406, 1974.

Electroanalysis and coulometric analysis
D.G. Davis, ACAR V 46, pp 21R-28R, 1974.

Nonequilibrium double layer and electrokinetic phenomena
B.V. Derjaguin and S.S. Dukhin, SACS V 7, Ch 3, pp 273-335, 1974.

Decorative plating (gold electroplating)
M. Dickinson, GPLT Ch 41, pp 573-581, 1974.

Copper pyrophosphate plating
J.W. Dini, MEP3 Ch 7(c), pp 204-224, 1974.

Chromium (electroplating)
G. Dubpernell, MEP3 Ch 5, pp 87-151, 1974.

Semiconductors and microelectronic devices (gold electroplating)
E.F. Duffek, GPLT Ch 37, pp 495-532, 1974.

Development of notions as to the mechanism of electrokinetic phenomena and the structure of the colloid micelle
S.S. Dukhin, SACS V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1974.

Equilibrium double layer and electrokinetic phenomena
S.S. Dukhin and B.V. Derjaguin, SACS V 7, Ch 2, pp 49-272, 1974.

Voltammetry in organic analysis
P.J. Elving, AACI V 10, Ch 3, pp 197-286, 1974.

Principles of alloy plating
C.L. Faust, MEP3 Ch 18, pp 486-505, 1974.

Advances in instrumentation for dc polarography and coulometry
D.J. Fisher, AACI V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-158, 1974.

Electrolytes for gold electroplating (alkaline cyanide, neutral, acid, non-cyanide, parameters, throwing power and levelling power)
D.G. Foulke, GPLT Ch 3-9, pp 21-72, 1974.

Methods of control (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, MEP3 Ch 22, pp 552-570, 1974.

Cadmium (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke and H. Brown, MEP3 Ch 4, pp 71-86, 1974.

Quality control (gold electroplating)
D.G. Foulke and F.H. Reid, GPLT Ch 34, pp 455-460, 1974.

Porosity (gold electroplating)
S.M. Garte, GPLT Ch 23, pp 295-315, 1974.

Measurement of porosity (gold electroplating)
S.M. Garte, GPLT Ch 27, pp 345-359, 1974.

Brass (electroplating)
W.C. Geissman and D.J. Bennett, MEP3 Ch 19, pp 506-527, 1974.

Aerosol deposition (gold electroplating)
W. Goldie, GPLT Ch 15, pp 171-180, 1974.

Experimental methods and equipment (electroorganic synthesis)
F. Goodridge and C.J.H. King, TEOS V 1, Ch 2, pp 7-148, 1974.

Alkaline zinc plating (electroplating)
J. Hajdu and E.B. Saubestre, MEP3 Ch 16(b), pp 436-441, 1974.

Electrolyte solutions at high pressures
S.D. Hamann, MAEC V 9, Ch 2, pp 47-158, 1974.

Aluminum (electroplating)
W.B. Harding, MEP3 Ch 3, pp 63-70, 1974.

Analysis (gold electroplating)
H.A. Heller, GPLT Ch 33, pp 430-454, 1974.

Oxygen
J.P. Hoare, EECE V 2, Ch 5, pp 191-382, 1974.

Polarographic analysis in pharmacy
H. Hoffmann and J. Volke, AACI V 10, Ch 4, pp 287-334, 1974.

Uncommon metals (electroplating)
M.L. Holt, MEP3 Ch 17(a), pp 461-472, 1974.

Reed switch contacts (gold electroplating)
J. Houlston, GPLT Ch 38, pp 533-541, 1974.

Leclanche batteries
R. Huber, BATT V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-239, 1974.

Electrochemistry of molten salts
D. Inman, J.E. Bowling, D.G. Lovering, and S.H. White, ESPR V 4, Ch 5, pp 78-166, 1974.

Electroplating and electroless plating on magnesium and magnesium alloys
W.P. Innes, MEP3 Ch 25, pp 601-604, 1974.

Anodic dissolution of metals--anomalous valence
W.J. James, ACST V 4, Ch 2, pp 85-147, 1974.

Joint applications of electrochemical and esr techniques
B. Kastening, AACI V 10, Ch 6, pp 421-494, 1974.

Gas-phase ion equilibria and ion solvation
P. Kebarle, MAEC V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-46, 1974.

Continuous analysis based on electrochemistry. Part 1. Conductometry and potentiometry
H.L. Keis, RACH V 2, pp 9-81, 1974.

Continuous analysis based on electrochemistry. Part 2. Amperometry
H.L. Keis, RACH V 2, pp 167-191, 1974.

Analytical electrochemistry: methodology and applications of dynamic techniques
P.T. Kissinger, ACAR V 46, pp 15R-21R, 1974.

Iron (electroplating)
O.J. Klingenmaier, MEP3 Ch 10, pp 250-265, 1974.

Alkaline manganese dioxide zinc batteries
K.V. Kordesch, BATT V 1, Ch 2, pp 241-384, 1974.

Electro-organic chemistry
K. Korinek and T.F.W. McKillop, ARCH V 70B, Ch 7, pp 285-309, 1974.

Electrochemistry of manganese dioxide and production and properties of electrolytic manganese dioxide (EMD)
A. Kozawa, BATT V 1, Ch 3, pp 385-519, 1974.

Other alloys (electroplating)
A. Krohn, MEP3 Ch 21, pp 542-551, 1974.

Spectroelectrochemistry at optically transparent electrodes
T. Kuwana and N. Winograd, EACH V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-78, 1974.

Membrane phenomena
N.K. Lakshminarayanaiah, ESPR V 4, Ch 6, pp 167-276, 1974.

Density (gold electroplating)
J.M. Leeds, GPLT Ch 24, pp 316-321, 1974.

Stannate tin (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim, MEP3 Ch 15(b), pp 381-400, 1974.

Bronze and other tin alloys (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim, MEP3 Ch 20, pp 528-541, 1974.

Immersion tinning (electroplating)
F.A. Lowenheim and R.M. MacIntosh, MEP3 Ch 15(d), pp 412-417, 1974.

Silver (electroplating)
B.M. Luce and D.G. Foulke, MEP3 Ch 14, pp 358-376, 1974.

Fundamental principles (electroplating)
E.H. Lyons, MEP3 Ch 1, pp 1-45, 1974.

Acid tin plating (electroplating)
R.M. MacIntosh, MEP3 Ch 15(c), pp 401-412, 1974.

Cyanide zinc plating (electroplating)
R.W. Mackay, MEP3 Ch 16(a), pp 418-435, 1974.

Rhenium and technetium
R.J. Magee and T.J. Cardwell, EECE V 2, Ch 4, pp 125-189, 1974.

Heavy gold plating – electroforming
D.R. Mason, GPLT Ch 40, pp 558-572, 1974.

Watch industry applications (gold electroplating)
M. Massin and F.H. Reid, GPLT Ch 42, pp 582-590, 1974.

Acid zinc (electroplating)
L.D. McGraw, MEP3 Ch 16(c), pp 442-460, 1974.

Specifications and legal requirements (gold electroplating)
R. Mills, GPLT Appendix, pp 591-612, 1974.

Applications of polarography and coulometry in actinide analysis
G.W.C. Milner and G. Phillips, AACI V 10, Ch 2, pp 159-196, 1974.

Space applications (gold electroplating)
L. Missel, GPLT Ch 39, pp 542-557, 1974.

Cobalt and cobalt alloys (electroplating)
F.R. Morral and W.H. Safranek, MEP3 Ch 6, pp 152-164, 1974.

Organometallic electrochemistry
M.D. Morris, EACH V 7, Ch 2, pp 79-160, 1974.

Anodic oxidation pathways of aliphatic and aromatic nitrogen functions
R.F. Nelson, TEOS V 1, Ch 5, pp 535-792, 1974.

Barrel plating (gold electroplating)
F.I. Nobel and B.D. Ostrow, GPLT Ch 14, pp 158-170, 1974.

Methods of testing (electroplating)
F. Ogburn, MEP3 Ch 30, pp 673-709, 1974.

Electroless solutions (gold plating)
Y. Okinaka, GPLT Ch 11, pp 82-102, 1974.

Vat plating (gold electroplating)
B.D. Ostrow and F.I. Nobel, GPLT Ch 13, pp 143-157, 1974.

Immersion solutions (gold plating)
E.A. Parker, GPLT Ch 10, pp 73-81, 1974.

Electroless plating
F. Pearlstein, MEP3 Ch 31, pp 710-747, 1974.

Organic polarography
D.J. Pietrzyk, ACAR V 46, pp 52R-73R, 1974.

Metallurgical principles (electroplating)
H.J. Read and R. Weil, MEP3 Ch 2, pp 46-62, 1974.

The electrical double layer: the current status of data and models, with particular emphasis on the solvent
R.M. Reeves, MAEC V 9, Ch 4, pp 239-368, 1974.

Measurement of thickness, hardness, internal stress, ductility, and adhesion (gold electroplating)
F.H. Reid, GPLT Ch 28-32, pp 360-429, 1974.

Organic electrochemistry--syntethic aspects
P.M. Robertson, ESPR V 4, Ch 7, pp 277-335, 1974.

Analytical electrochemistry: theory and instrumentation of dynamic techniques
D.K. Roe, ACAR V 46, pp 8R-15R, 1974.

High speed selective (brush) plating (gold electroplating)
M. Rubinstein, GPLT Ch 16, pp 181-202, 1974.

Acid copper electroplating and electroforming
W.H. Safranek, MEP3 Ch 7(b), pp 183-203, 1974.

Plating on zinc alloy die castings
W.H. Safranek, MEP3 Ch 26, pp 605-617, 1974.

Indium (electroplating)
E.B. Saubestre, MEP3 Ch 9, pp 245-249, 1974.

Plating on nonconductors
E.B. Saubestre, MEP3 Ch 28, pp 636-655, 1974.

Stripping of electrodeposits
E.B. Saubestre, MEP3 Ch 32, pp 748-770, 1974.

pH measurements and their applications
K. Schwabe, AACI V 10, Ch 7, pp 495-586, 1974.

Weldability (gold electroplating)
M.H. Scott and K.J. Clews, GPLT Ch 20, pp 246-258, 1974.

Electrodeposition of coherent deposits of the refractory metals
S. Senderoff, MEP3 Ch 17(b), pp 473-485, 1974.

Role of adsorption in certain electroanalytical processes
D.W. Shoesmith and R.G. Barradas, RACH V 2, pp 83-127, 1974.

Amperometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 46, pp 1R-8R, 1974.

Printed circuits (gold electroplating)
G.R. Strickland, GPLT Ch 35, pp 463-477, 1974.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 46, pp 95R-100R, 1974.

Soft soldering (gold electroplating)
C.J. Thwaites, GPLT Ch 19, pp 225-245, 1974.

Solderability testing (gold electroplating)
C.J. Thwaites, GPLT Ch 25, pp 325-333, 1974.

Arsenic
A.P. Tomilov and N.E. Chomutov, EECE V 2, Ch 2, pp 21-51, 1974.

Niobium and tantalum
H.V.K. Udupa and V.K. Venkatesan, EECE V 2, Ch 3, pp 53-123, 1974.

Anodic reactions of carboxylates
J.H. Utley, TEOS V 1, Ch 6, pp 793-906, 1974.

Fast ion conduction
W. van Gool, ARMS V 4, pp 311-335, 1974.

Platinum metals (electroplating)
R.F. Vines, R.H. Atkinson, and F.H. Reid, MEP3 Ch 13, pp 342-357, 1974.

Gold (electroplating)
R.E. Visco, MEP3 Ch 8, pp 224-244, 1974.

Structure and properties of electrodeposited metals
R. Walker, IMAR V 19, pp 1-20, 1974.

Miscellaneous techniques: turbojet and selective plating (gold electroplating)
T. Warlow, GPLT Ch 17, pp 203-217, 1974.

Electrochemical oxidation of organic compounds
N.L. Weinberg, TEOS V 1, Ch 4, pp 235-533, 1974.

Historical background – why use gold? (electroplating)
A.M. Weisberg, GPLT Ch 1-2, pp 1-18, 1974.

Lead (electroplating)
H.J. Weisner, MEP3 Ch 11, pp 266-286, 1974.

Magnesium batteries
D.B. Wood, BATT V 1, Ch 4, pp 521-550, 1974.

The activity coefficient behavior of organic molecules and ions in aqueous acid solutions
K. Yates and R.A. McClelland, PPOC V 11, pp 323-420, 1974.

Plating on aluminum
W.G. Zelley, MEP3 Ch 24, pp 591-600, 1974.


1975

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Improvements upon the Debye-Huckel theory of ionic solvation
H.C. Andersen, MAEC V 11, Ch 1, pp 1-31, 1975.

Nickel
A.J. Arvia and D. Posadas, EECE V 3, Ch 3, pp 211-421, 1975.

Recent developments in organic electrochemistry
M.M. Baizer, TPAE Ch 11, pp 185-199, 1975.

Surface analysis by electron spectroscopy
B.G. Baker, MAEC V 10, Ch 2, pp 93-160, 1975.

Solute behavior in solvents and melts, a study by use of transfer activity coefficients
D. Bauer and M. Breant, EACH V 8, Ch 3, pp 281-348, 1975.

Streaming maxima in polarography
H.H. Bauer, EACH V 8, Ch 2, pp 169-279, 1975.

Electrochemical mechanisms and the control of biological growth processes
R.O. Becker and A.A. Pilla, MAEC V 10, Ch 6, pp 289-338, 1975.

Thallium
M.I. Bellavance and B. Miller, EECE V 4, Ch 4, pp 179-222, 1975.

Adhesion of electrodeposits
B. Berdan, EPH2 Ch 15, pp 349-357, 1975.

Storage tanks and tank farms (cathodic corrosion protection)
K. Bierenbrodt and R. Gunther, HCC1 Ch 9, pp 185-203, 1975.

Is massive solar energy conversion a practical prospect?
J.O'M. Bockris, TPAE Ch 14, pp 231-252, 1975.

On methods for the large-scale production of hydrogen from water
J.O'M. Bockris, TPAE Ch 15, pp 253-274, 1975.

Statistical quality control (electroplating)
E.R. Bowerman, EPH2 Ch 7, pp 95-109, 1975.

Adsorption of organic species on platinum metal electrodes
M.W. Breiter, MAEC V 10, Ch 3, pp 161-210, 1975.

Electroanalytical techniques in trace metal ion analysis
E.E. Brooks and H.B. Mark, RACH V 3, pp 1-26, 1975.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
O.R. Brown, ESPR V 5, Ch 4, pp 220-300, 1975.

Time-temperature control (electroplating)
F.G. Brune and D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 6, pp 83-94, 1975.

High tension effects on cathodic protection systems (corrosion)
R. Buckel and G. Rohrl, HCC1 Ch 13, pp 245-259, 1975.

Small power sources of portable devices
A.M. Chreitzherg, TPAE Ch 13, pp 217-229, 1975.

Identification and determination of coatings (electroplating)
A.H. Craft and D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 10, pp 267-284, 1975.

Physiochemical methods of analysis (electroplating)
C.M. Davis and E.J. Serfass, EPH2 Ch 3, pp 21-63, 1975.

Theory of charge transfer kinetics of solid-polar liquid interfaces
R.R. Dogonadze and A.M. Kuznetsov, PRSS V 6, pp 1-42, 1975.

Ships and steel marine structures (cathodic corrosion protection)
E. Eberius, HCC1 Ch 14, pp 260-303, 1975.

Mechanism of the hydrogen electrode reaction as studied by means of deuterium as a tracer
M. Enyo, MAEC V 11, Ch 6, pp 251-314, 1975.

General operations in analytical chemistry (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 2, pp 9-19, 1975.

Sampling (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 4, pp 65-70, 1975.

Ductility, (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 18, pp 391-395, 1975.

Solution analysis (electroplating)
D.G. Foulke et al. EPH2 Ch 9, pp 133-264, 1975.

Electrochemical synthesis of polymers
B.L. Funt and J. Tanner, TEOS V 2, Ch 11, pp 559-665, 1975.

Electrochemical behaviors of metal amalgams
Z. Galus, CRAC V 4, pp 359-422, 1975.

Tin
Z. Galus, EECE V 4, Ch 5, pp 223-271, 1975.

Anodic corrosion protection
H. Grafen, HCC1 Ch 18, pp 337-346, 1975.

Electrochemistry and the hydrogen economy
D.P. Gregory, MAEC V 10, Ch 5, pp 239-288, 1975.

Techniques, apparatus, and analytical applications of controlled-potential coulometry
J.E. Harrar, EACH V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-167, 1975.

The structure of the metal-vacuum interface
W. Heiland, MAEC V 11, Ch 3, pp 85-139, 1975.

Physical corrosion protection
G. Heim, HCC1 Ch 3, pp 68-88, 1975.

Internal protection of cold and hot water installations by impressed current (cathodic corrosion protection)
U. Heinzelmann, HCC1 Ch 16, pp 314-324, 1975.

Internal protection of hot water installation by galvanic anodes (cathodic corrosion protection)
E. Herre, HCC1 Ch 15, pp 304-313, 1975.

Development of industrial electrolytic systems – some examples of electrochemical engineering
F. Hine, TPAE Ch 10, pp 167-184, 1975.

Electrochemical aspects of colloid chemistry
R.J. Hunter, MAEC V 11, Ch 2, pp 33-84, 1975.

Crystallization and dissolution potentials
N. Ibl, C. Natsis, W. Richarz, W. Wiederher, A.M. Frie, H. Arendi, M. Burri-Monteil, and K. Zahorska, TPAE Ch 8, pp 123-132, 1975.

Recent developments in fuel cells
E. Justi and H. Ewe, TPAE Ch 12, pp 201-215, 1975.

Continuous analysis based on electrochemistry. Part 3. Coulometry
H.L. Keis, RACH V 2, pp 229-277, 1975.

New trends in bipotentiometry
L. Kekedy, RACH V 3, pp 27-73, 1975.

Electrochemistry of sulfide minerals
D.F.A. Koch, MAEC V 10, Ch 4, pp 211-237, 1975.

Electrical control (electroplating)
H.B. Koehler and E. Olsta, EPH2 Ch 5, pp 71-81, 1975.

Power sources for electric vehicles
K.V. Kordesch, MAEC V 10, Ch 7, pp 339-443, 1975.

Fluorine
A.T. Kuhn, EECE V 4, Ch 2, pp 43-86, 1975.

The design and optimisation of industrial electrochemical cells
A.T. Kuhn and R.W. Houghton, TPAE Ch 9, pp 133-166, 1975.

Internal protection of industrial equipment (cathodic corrosion protection)
J.-W. Kuhn von Burgsdorff and H. Richter, HCC1 Ch 17, pp 325-336, 1975.

Stress (electroplating)
J.B. Kushner, EPH2 Ch 14, pp 333-348, 1975.

Membrane phenomena
N.K. Lakshminarayanaiah, ESPR V 5, Ch 3, pp 132-219, 1975.

Thickness determination (electroplating)
V.A. Lamb and D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 11, pp 285-303, 1975.

Electrolyte solutions
T.H. Lilley, ESPR V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-20, 1975.

Current distribution and plating tests
B.M. Luce, EPH2 Ch 8, pp 113-132, 1975.

The electrochemistry of metals in aqueous systems at elevated temperatures
D.D. Macdonald, MAEC V 11, Ch 4, pp 141-197, 1975.

Cobalt
N. Maki and N. Tanaka, EECE V 3, Ch 2, pp 43-210, 1975.

Pipelines (cathodic corrosion protection)
F. Martin and P. Pickelmann, HCC1 Ch 8, pp 166-184, 1975.

Techniques of electrophoresis
H. Michl, CEP3 Ch 11, pp 282-311, 1975.

General inspection (electroplating)
L.M. Morse, EPH2 Ch 16, pp 359-378, 1975.

Preparative electrolyses of synthetic and naturally occurring n-heterocyclic compounds
R.F. Nelson, TEOS V 2, Ch 9, pp 269-395, 1975.

The streaming polarographic maximum
R.N. O'Brien, RACH V 2, pp 343-380, 1975.

Plating specifications
F. Ogburn, EPH2 Ch 17, pp 379-389, 1975.

Telephone cables (cathodic corrosion protection)
K.H. Ortmann and G. Figur, HCC1 Ch 11, pp 229-234, 1975.

Methods for elucidation of organic electrochemical reactions
V.D. Parker, TPAE Ch 4, pp 69-82, 1975.

Bronsted and Balandin – linear free energy relationships in catalysis and electrocatalysis
R. Parsons, TPAE Ch 6, pp 91-102, 1975.

Antimony
V. Past, EECE V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-42, 1975.

The correction for the charging current of the double layer in the quantitative analysis of the potentiodynamic curves of platinum electrodes
O.A. Petrii and A.N. Frumkin, TPAE Ch 5, pp 83-89, 1975.

Good housekeeping in the plating room
W.L. Pinner and D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 1, pp 3-7, 1975.

Stray current effects and protection (cathodic corrosion protection)
J. Pohl, HCC1 Ch 10, pp 204-228, 1975.

Metal displacement reactions
G.P. Power and I.M. Ritchie, MAEC V 11, Ch 5, pp 199-250, 1975.

Solid electrolytes
D.O. Raleigh, TPAE Ch 7, pp 103-121, 1975.

A systems approach to electrochemical modeling – an introduction
S.K. Rangarajan, TPAE Ch 1, pp 1-14, 1975.

Electrochemical reduction of organic compounds
M.R. Rifi, TEOS V 2, Ch 8, pp 83-267, 1975.

Gold
G.M. Schmid and M.E. Curley-Fiorino, EECE V 4, Ch 3, pp 87-178, 1975.

Electron-transfer reactions
P.P. Schmidt, ESPR V 5, Ch 2, pp 21-131, 1975.

Fundamentals of corrosion and of electrochemical corrosion protection
W. Schwenk, HCC1 Ch 2, pp 21-67, 1975.

Theory of charge transfer at electrochemical interfaces
R.K. Sen, E. Yeager, and W.E. O'Grady, ARPC V 26, pp 287-314, 1975.

Electrolytic synthesis and reactions of organometallic compounds
W.J. Settineri and L.D. McKeever, TEOS V 2, Ch 10, pp 397-558, 1975.

Oxidation and reduction half-wave potentials of organic compounds
H. Siegerman, TEOS V 2, Ch 12, pp 667-1056, 1975.

Recent techniques in the study of faradaic processes and in electrochemical analysis
M. Sluyters-Rehbach and J.H. Sluyters, TPAE Ch 2, pp 15-41, 1975.

Applications of minicomputers to measurement of the faradaic admittance
D.E. Smith, TPAE Ch 3, pp 43-67, 1975.

Properties of galvanic anodes (cathodic corrosion protection)
H. Stein, HCC1 Ch 5, pp 121-135, 1975.

Failure analysis (electroplating)
P. Stevens and D.G. Foulke, EPH2 Ch 19, pp 397-401, 1975.

The commonality of surface processes in electrocatalysis and gas-phase heterogeneous catalysis
P. Stonehart and P.N. Ross, CARE V 12, pp 1-35, 1975.

Square-wave polarography and related techniques
P.E. Sturrock and R.J. Carter, CRAC V 5, pp 201-223, 1975.

Future prospects of anodising
S. Tajima, TPAE Ch 16, pp 275-287, 1975.

Corrosion tests (electroplating)
J.D. Thomas and R.L. Saur, EPH2 Ch 12, pp 305-320, 1975.

Phosphorus
A.P. Tomilov and N.E. Chomutov, EECE V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-41, 1975.

Surface finish (electroplating)
W.M. Tucker, EPH2 Ch 13, pp 321-332, 1975.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 71B, Ch 8, pp 215-232, 1975.

The history of corrosion protection
W. von Baeckmann, HCC1 Ch 1, pp 1-20, 1975.

Technology of measurement (corrosion)
W. von Baeckmann, HCC1 Ch 4, pp 89-120, 1975.

Economics and costs (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann, HCC1 Ch 19, pp 347-357, 1975.

Power cables (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and J. Pohl, HCC1 Ch 12, pp 235-244, 1975.

Impressed current anodes, tension contours and interactions (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and W. Prinz, HCC1 Ch 7, pp 149-165, 1975.

NMR studies of electrolyte solutions
E. von Goldammer, MAEC V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-91, 1975.

Equations for transport in solid oxides and sulfides of transition metals
C. Wagner, PSSC V 10, pp 3-16, 1975.

Theory of electrophoresis
R.J. Wieme, CEP3 Ch 10, pp 228-281, 1975.

Electrochemical halogenation of organic compounds
N.L. Weinberg, TEOS V 2, Ch 7, pp 1-82, 1975.

Impressed current equipment (cathodic corrosion protection)
F. Wolf, HCC1 Ch 6, pp 136-148, 1975.

Sulfur
S.I. Zhdanov, EECE V 4, Ch 6, pp 273-360, 1975.

Selenium
S.I. Zhdanov, EECE V 4, Ch 7, pp 361-392, 1975.

Tellurium
S.I. Zhdanov, EECE V 4, Ch 8, pp 393-443, 1975.

Polonium
S.I. Zhdanov, EECE V 4, Ch 9, pp 445-454, 1975.


1976

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Aspects of electrochemical investigation of biological phenomena
M.J. Allen, TBEB V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-37, 1976.

The aluminum-water system
R.S. Alwitt, OAOF V4, Ch 3, pp 169-254, 1976.

High voltage paper electrophoresis
D. Beale and I. Smith, CET4 Ch 3, pp 31-65, 1976.

Polarographic possibilities in protein and nucleic acid research
H. Berg, TBEB V 1, Ch 2, pp 39-104, 1976.

Light scattering at electrochemical interface
G. Blondeau and E. Yeager, PSSC V 11, pp 153-202, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing in free solution
J. Bours, ISEF Ch 8, pp 209-228, 1976.

Zinc
R.J. Brodd and V.E. Leger, EECE V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-67, 1976.

Reversibility of battery systems (primary batteries)
R.J. Brodd and R.M. Wilson, PRBA V 2, Ch 9, pp 369-428, 1976.

Electroanalytical chemistry of membranes
R.P. Buck, CRAC V 5, pp 323-420, 1976.

Ion-selective electrodes
R.P. Buck, ACAR V 48, pp 23R-39R, 1976.

Some fundamental aspects of electrocrystallization
E.B. Budevski, RPSS V 11, Ch 2, pp 71-116, 1976.

Energetic structure of metabolism
R. Buvet, TBEB V 1, Ch 3, pp 105-177, 1976.

Leclanche and zinc chloride cells (primary batteries)
N.C. Cahoon, PRBA V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-147, 1976.

Transient state isoelectric focusing
N. Catsimpoolas, ISEF Ch 9, pp 229-258, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing on polyacrylamide gel
A. Chambrach and G. Baumann, ISEF Ch 4, pp 77-91, 1976.

Beryllium
G. Chauvin and H. Coriou, EECE V 5, Ch 4, pp 227-260, 1976.

The mechanism of growth of thin anodic oxide films
A. Damjanovic and A.T. Ward, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 3, pp 103-170, 1976.

Organic cathodes and anodes for batteries (primary batteries)
J.S. Dereska, PRBA V 2, Ch 4, pp 187-238, 1976.

Water-activated batteries (primary batteries)
D.J. Doan, PRBA V 2, Ch 7, pp 292-319, 1976.

Structure and ionic properties of glasses
B.S. Dunn and J.D. Mackenzie, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 5, pp 231-276, 1976.

Structure and mechanism in organic electrochemistry
L. Eberson and K. Nyberg, APOC V 12, Ch 1, pp 1-129, 1976.

Second progress report on recent advances in extraction metallurgy: Electrometallurgy
M.R. Edwards, IMAR V 21, pp 123-128, 1976.

Nitrogen heterocyclic compounds: electrochemical information concerning energetics, dynamics, and mechanisms
P.J. Elving, TBEB V 1, Ch 4, pp 179-286, 1976.

Slag-metal reactions from the electrochemical viewpoint
T. Emi, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 6, pp 277-332, 1976.

Continuous-flow isoelectric focusing
J.S. Fawcett, ISEF Ch 7, pp 173-208, 1976.

Agar gel electrophoresis and immuno-electrophoresis
A. Feinstein, CET4 Ch 6, pp 138-152, 1976.

Rotating disk and ring-disk electrodes in the investigation of surface phenomena at the metal-electrolyte interface
V.Y. Filinovski and Y.V. Pleskov, RPSS V 10, Ch 2, pp 27-116, 1976.

Space-charge effects on anodic film formation
A.T. Fromhold, OAOF V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-271, 1976.

AgI-type solid electrolytes
K. Funke, PSSC V 11, pp 345-402, 1976.

Electrophoresis of RNA in polyacrylamide and agarose gels
W.B. Gratzer and E.G. Richards, CET4 Ch 17, pp 457-475, 1976.

Nomenclature and testing procedures for primary batteries
W.J. Hamer, PRBA V 2, Ch 8, pp 321-367, 1976.

Internal resistance of primary batteries
W.J. Hamer, PRBA V 2, Ch 10, pp 429-465, 1976.

Pulse radiolysis and polarography; electrode reactions of short-lived free radicals
A. Henglein, EACH V 9, Ch 2, pp 163-244, 1976.

Scandium, yttrium, and the lanthanides
H.B. Herman and J.R. Rairden, EECE V 6, Ch 2, pp 33-62, 1976.

Molybdenum
T. Heumann and N.D. Stolica, EECE V 5, Ch 3, pp 135-225, 1976.

Electrophoresis
J.O.N. Hinckley, IROS Ser 2, V 13, Ch 5, pp 141-186, 1976.

Vanadium
Y. Israel and L. Meites, EECE V 7, Ch 2, pp 293-466, 1976.

Titanium
W.J. James and M.E. Straumanis, EECE V 5, Ch 7, pp 305-395, 1976.

Thermal batteries (primary batteries)
C.W. Jennings, PRBA V 2, Ch 6, pp 263-293, 1976.

Analytical electrochemistry: methodology and applications of dynamic techniques
P.T. Kissinger, ACAR V 48, pp 17R-23R, 1976.

Cellulose acetate electrophoresis and immuno-diffusion techniques
J. Kohn, CET4 Ch 4, pp 90-137, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing
A. Kolin, ISEF Ch 1, pp 1-11, 1976.

Concentration gradient polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
D.H. Leaback, CET4 Ch 10, pp 250-271, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing of proteins (electrophoresis)
D.H. Leaback and C W. Wrigley, CET4 Ch 11, pp 272-320, 1976.

Platinum
J.F. Llopis and F. Colom, EECE V 6, Ch 4, pp 169-219 and 267-275, 1976.

Iridium
J.F. Llopis and F. Colom, EECE V 6, Ch 5, pp 221-234 and 267-275, 1976.

Osmium
J.F. Llopis and F. Colom, EECE V 6, Ch 6, pp 235-251 and 267-275, 1976.

Palladium
J.F. Llopis and F. Colom, EECE V 6, Ch 7, pp 253-275, 1976.

Ruthenium
J.F. Llopis and I.M. Tordesillas, EECE V 6, Ch 8, pp 277-298 and 322-328, 1976.

Rhodium
J.F. Llopis and I.M. Tordesillas, EECE V 6, Ch 9, pp 299-329, 1976.

Indium
V.V. Losev and A.I. Molodov, EECE V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-32, 1976.

Aluminum
P.A. Malachesky, EECE V 6, Ch 3, pp 63-165, 1976.

The polarization resistance technique for measuring corrosion currents
F. Mansfeld, ACST V 6, Ch 3, pp 163-262, 1976.

Electrochemistry of transition metal oxide bronzes and related compounds
J. McHardy and P. Stonehart, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 4, pp 171-230, 1976.

Membrane potential of phospholipid bilayer and biological membranes
S. Ohki, RPSS V 10, Ch 3, pp 117-252, 1976.

Low-temperature aqueous battery systems (primary batteries)
J.W. Paulson, PRBA V 2, Ch 5, pp 239-261, 1976.

Electrophoresis of proteins on sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gels
J. W. Payne, CET4 Ch 12, pp 321-346, 1976.

Fused salt systems
J.A. Plambeck, EECE V 10, Ch 1-15, pp 1-409, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing in granulated gels
B.J. Radola, ISEF Ch 6, pp 119-171, 1976.

Carbon
J.-P. Randin, EECE V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-291, 1976.

Theoretical aspects of steady-state isoelectric focusing
H. Rilbe, ISEF Ch 2, pp 13-52, 1976.

Thin layer electrophoresis
W.J. Ritschard, CET4 Ch 4, pp 66-89, 1976.

Conductivity in nonaqueous solvents
J.H. Roberts, CNAS V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1976.

Magnesium cells (primary batteries)
J.L. Robinson, PRBA V 2, Ch 2, pp 149-169, 1976.

Analytical electrochemistry: theory and instrumentation of dynamic techniques
D.K. Roe and P. Eggimann, ACAR V 48, pp 9R-17R, 1976.

Perspective in electrochemical transport phenomena
A.S. Roy, ADHT V 12, Ch 4, pp 195-282, 1976.

Redox systems in nonaqueous solvents
M. Rumeau, CNAS V 4, Ch 3, pp 75-107, 1976.

Environment of ions in aqueous solutions,
P.P.S. Saluja, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1976.

Energy conversion
R.C. Shair, PRBA V 2, Ch 11, pp 467-503, 1976.

Separation and visualization of enzymes on gels (electrophoresis)
M.J. Siciliano and C.R. Shaw, CET4 Ch 8, pp 185-209, 1976.

General principles of zone electrophoris
I. Smith, CET4 Ch 1, pp 1-15, 1976.

Paper electrophoresis at low voltage
I. Smith, CET4 Ch 2, pp 16-30, 1976.

Starch gel electrophoresis
I. Smith, CET4 Ch 7, pp 153-184, 1976.

Acrylamide gel disc electrophoresis: techniques of disc electrophoresis
I. Smith, CET4 Ch 9-1, pp 210-237, 1976.

Preparative acrylamide disc electrophoresis
I. Smith and A. Brownstone, CET4 Ch 15, pp 378-408, 1976.

Models for macromolecules, nucleic acids and proteins (electrophoresis)
I. Smith, M.J. Smith, and C.F.Dore, CET4 Ch 16, pp 409-456, 1976.

Amperometric, bipotentiometric and coulometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 48, pp 1R-9R, 1976.

Aluminum cells (primary batteries)
J.J. Stokes and D. Belitskus, PRBA V 2, Ch 3, pp 171-186, 1976.

Electrophoresis
R.D. Strickland, ACAR V 48, pp 39R-44R, 1976.

Acrylamide gel disc electrophoresis, protein patterns in human serum: interpretation
A.L. Tarnoky, CET4 Ch 9-2, pp 237-249, 1976.

Ion-selective electrode analysis
J. Tenygl, IROS Ser 2, V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-23, 1976.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 72B, Ch 7, pp 151-165, 1976.

Philosophy and phenomenology of ion transport and chemical reactions in membrane systems
V.S. Vaidhyanathan, TBEB V 1, Ch 5, pp 287-378, 1976.

Tungsten
A.T. Vas'ko, EECE V 5, Ch 2, pp 69-133, 1976.

Quantitative immunoelectrophoresis
J. Versey, CET4 Ch 13, pp 347-366, 1976.

Germanium
A.K. Vijh, EECE V 5, Ch 5, pp 261-285, 1976.

Silicon
A.K. Vijh, EECE V 5, Ch 6, pp 287-304, 1976.

Preparative block electrophoresis
J.B. Weiss, CET4 Ch 14, pp 367-377, 1976.

Electrochemistry of the colloid-water interface
G.R. Wiese, R.O.James, D.E. Yates, and T.W. Healy, IROS Ser 2, V 6, Ch 2, pp 53-102, 1976.

Chemisorption at electrodes: hydrogen and oxygen on noble metals and their alloys
R. Woods, EACH V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-162, 1976.

Isoelectric focusing/electrophoresis in gels
C.W. Wrigley, ISEF Ch 5, pp 93-117, 1976.


1977

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Solvent dipoles at the electrode-solution interface
M. Ashan Habib, MAEC V 12, Ch 3, pp 131-182, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of human saliva, cerebrospinal fluid, and urine
J.A. Beeley, BBIS Ch 1, pp 1-28, 1977.

Anodic oxides on noble metals
G. Belanger and A.K. Vijh, OAOF V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-104, 1977.

Lead storage batteries in Germany (The recent state of the technology)
D. Berndt, BATT V 2, Ch 3.I, pp 415-442, 1977.

The use of gel electrofocusing in the analysis of hemoglobins
H.F. Bunn, BBIS Ch 2, pp 29-55, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of allergens
M. Ceska, BBIS Ch 3, pp 57-106, 1977.

Batteries
A.M. Chreitzberg, J.B. Doe, and A.J. Salkind, ECPD V 4, pp 65-107, 1977.

NMR studies of the structure of electrolyte solutions
A.K. Covington and K.E. Newman, MAEC V 12, Ch 2, pp 41-129, 1977.

Electrochemical sensors for the analysis of gases
H. Dietz, W. Haecker, and H. Jahnke, AEEE V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-90, 1977.

Electrolytic growth from high temperature solutions (crystal growth)
D. Elwell, CTMS V 2, Ch II.6, pp 605-637, 1977.

Proton transfer in solution
T. Erdey-Gruz and S. Lengyel, MAEC V 12, Ch 1, pp 1-40, 1977.

Charge-transfer complexes in electrochemistry
J.-P. Farges and F. Gutmann, MAEC V 12, Ch 5, pp 267-314, 1977.

Techniques of electrogenerated chemiluminescence
L.R. Faulkner and A.J. Bard, EACH V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-95, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of muscle proteins
J.R. Florini, BBIS Ch 4, pp 107-120, 1977.

Electrolytic chromatography and coulopotentiography – a rapid electrolysis at the column electrode used for the preparation, separation, concentration, and estimation of trace and/or unstable substances
T. Fujinaga and S. Kihara, CRAC V 6, pp 223-254, 1977.

Halogenide solid electrolytes
S. Geller, SOEL Ch 3, pp 41-66, 1977.

Enzyme electrodes in analytical chemistry
G.G. Guilbault, WCAC V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-70, 1977.

Electrochemistry of mixed ionic-electronic conductors (solid electrolytes)
L. Heyne, SOEL Ch 7, pp 169-221, 1977.

Studies of the structure and synthesis of immunoglobulins by isoelectric focusing
D.R. Hoffman, BBIS Ch 5, pp 121-153, 1977.

Ionically conducting solid state membranes
R.A. Huggins, AEEE V 10, Ch 4, pp 323-389, 1977.

Fast-charge nickel-cadmium cells (in Japan)
H. Ikeda, RBJA Ch 13, pp 355-363, 1977.

Mechanically rechargeable zinc-air battery (in Japan)
H. Ikeda, RBJA Ch 17, pp 417-440, 1977.

Solid state electrochemical cell (Memoriode) (in Japan)
H. Ikeda, RBJA Ch 18, pp 441-458, 1977.

Characteristics of “Yumicron” lead acid batteries for automobile (in Japan)
S. Itoh, RBJA Ch 5, pp 175-196, 1977.

Electrochemical aspects of the photographic processes
W. Jaenicke, AEEE V 10, Ch 2, pp 91-211, 1977.

Silver-zinc secondary battery (in Japan)
C. Kawamura, RBJA Ch 16, pp 399-415, 1977.

The β-aluminas (solid electrolytes)
J.H. Kennedy, SOEL Ch 5, pp 105-141, 1977.

Preparation and characterization of highly dispersed electrocatalytic materials
K. Kinoshita and P. Stonehart, MAEC V 12, Ch 4, pp 183-266, 1977.

Sealed nickel-cadmium cylindrical rechargeable cells (in Japan)
E. Kitamura and J. Mukunoki, RBJA Ch 14, pp 365-381, 1977.

The electric automobile
K.V. Kordesch, BATT V 2, Ch 2, pp 201-413, 1977.

Lead-acid battery history and new technology in Japan (The recent state of the technology)
A. Kozawa and T. Takagaki, BATT V 2, Ch 3.III, pp 463-493, 1977.

Japanese lead-acid battery industry and present status of technology
A. Kozawa and T. Takagaki, RBJA Ch 2, pp 25-136, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of serum proteins
A.L. Latner, BBIS Ch 10, pp 303-345, 1977.

The use of isoelectric focusing in the separation and characterization of nuclear nonhistone proteins
A.J. MacGillivray, BBIS Ch 6, pp 155-190, 1977.

Electrochemical machining
A.H. Maleka and D.A. Glew, IMAR V 22, pp 229-260, 1977.

Button type Ni-Cd sealed cells and batteries (in Japan)
H. Masago, RBJA Ch 15, pp 383-398, 1977.

Electron spin resonance and electrochemistry
T.M. McKinney, EACH V 10, Ch 2, pp 97-278, 1977.

Battery research and battery production in Japan
Y. Miyake and A. Kozawa, RBJA Ch 1, pp 5-23, 1977.

High performance automobile lead acid batteries (in Japan)
E. Muto and J. Uno, RBJA Ch 3, pp 137-159, 1977.

Gas discharge anodization
J.F. O'Hanlon, OAOF V 5, Ch 2, pp 105-168, 1977.

Small size sealed lead acid batteries (in Japan)
K. Okada, RBJA Ch 10, pp 291-308, 1977.

Glass fiber tubular type industrial batteries (in Japan)
L. Okazaki and K. Yonezu, RBJA Ch 6, pp 197-237, 1977.

Sintered plaque type Ni-Cd batteries (in Japan)
K. Osawa and T. Aoto, RBJA Ch 12, pp 339-345, 1977.

Applications of halogenide solid electrolytes
B.B. Owens, J.E. Oxley, and A.F. Sammels, SOEL Ch 4, pp 67-104, 1977.

Electrochemistry–simple electron transfer reactions
D. Pletcher, ARCH V 73A, Ch 5, pp 71-90, 1977.

Lead-acid battery-operated electric street vehicles: new constructions from Germany (The recent state of the technology)
K. Salamon, BATT V 2, Ch 3.II, pp 443-462, 1977.

Some theoretical aspects of solid electrolytes
H. Sato, SOEL Ch 2, pp 3-39, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of membrane components
R. Schmidt-Ullrich and D.F.H. Wallach, BBIS Ch 7, pp 191-209, 1977.

Auxiliary electrode gas recombining sealed stationary lead-acid batteries (in Japan)
K. Shimizu and Y. Ohkawa, RBJA Ch 8, pp 257-270, 1977.

Dry charged lead-acid batteries for automotive applications (in Japan)
K. Shimizu and S. Sakai, RBJARBJA Ch 4, pp 161-174, 1977.

Sealed lead acid stationary batteries with catalyst plug (in Japan)
K. Shimizu and A. Tsubuki, RBJA Ch 7, pp 239-256, 1977.

Ni-Zn cylindrical secondary batteries (in Japan)
T. Takamura and T. Shirogami, RBJA Ch 19, pp 459-470, 1977.

The sulfur electrode in nonaqueous media
R.P. Tischer and F.A. Ludwig, AEEE V 10, Ch 5, pp 391-482, 1977.

The work function in electrochemistry
S. Trasatti, AEEE V 10, Ch 3, pp 213-321, 1977.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 73B, Ch 7, pp 137-154, 1977.

Small sealed lead acid batteries with gelled electrolyte (in Japan)
A. Watanabe, RBJA Ch 9, pp 271-289, 1977.

Durability and structure of electroplated plastics
R.G. Wedel, IMAR V 22, pp 97-118, 1977.

Lead-acid storage batteries
E.Y. Weissman, BATT V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-200, 1977.

Oxide solid electrolytes
W.L. Worrell, SOEL Ch 6, pp 143-168, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of seed proteins
C.W. Wrigley, BBIS Ch 8, pp 211-264, 1977.

Pocket type alkaline storage battery (in Japan)
T. Yasuhara, RBJA Ch 11, pp 309-338, 1977.

Isoelectric focusing of microbial proteins
W.W. Yotis, BBIS Ch 9, pp 265-301, 1977.


1978

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Aluminum and aluminum alloys
W.A. Anderson and W.E. Haupin, KOE3 V 2, pp 129-188, 1978.

High-temperature heating elements in oxidizing atmosphere (solid electrolytes)
A.M. Anthony, SEGP Ch 30, pp 519-526, 1978.

The ac impedance of complex electrochemical reactions
R.D. Armstrong, M.F. Bell, and A.A. Metcalfe, ESPR V 6, Ch 3, pp 98-127, 1978.

Electron spin resonance application to solid electrolytes
G. Bacquet and J. Dugas, SEGP Ch 8, pp 109-122, 1978.

Electrochemical recovery of metals
M. Barbier, ELTE V 1, Ch 9, pp 239-342, 1978.

Trends in titanium manufacturing
M. Barbier and B. Bovarnick, ELTE V 2, Ch 8, pp 259-292, 1978.

Electrode potentials
R.G. Bates, TAC2 V 1, Ch 13, pp 773-820, 1978.

Concept and determination of pH
R.G. Bates, TAC2 V 1, Ch 14, pp 821-863, 1978.

Preparation and basic properties of the rare earth metals (including electrolytic preparation)
B.J. Beaudry and K.A. Gschneider, PCRE V 1, Ch 2, pp 173-232, 1978.

Industrial electrolysis
T.R. Beck, TEEC V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, primary: introduction
D.N. Bennion, KOE3 V 3, pp 503-514, 1978.

Interface phenomena (solid electrolytes)
E. Bergmann and H. Tannenberger, SEGP Ch 11, pp 173-187, 1978.

Low-frequency measurements on solid electrolytes and their interpretations
P.H. Bottelberghs, SEGP Ch 10, pp 145-172, 1978.

Primary batteries
R. Brodd and A. Kozawa, TEEC V 3, Ch 4, pp 200-290, 1978.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
O.R. Brown, ESPR V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-64, 1978.

Ion-selective electrodes
R.P. Buck, ACAR V 50, pp 17R-29R, 1978.

Theory and principles of membrane electrodes
R.P. Buck, ISEA V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-141, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, primary: fuel cells
E.J. Cairns and R.R. Witherspoon, KOE3 V 3, pp 545-568, 1978.

Electrodeposition
D. Carr, TEEC V 3, Ch 6, pp 369-436, 1978.

Organic sulfur compounds
J.Q. Chambers, EECE V 12, Ch 3, pp 329-502, 1978.

Mechanisms of membrane excitability
Yu.A. Chizmadzhev and V.F. Pastushenko, TBEB V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-30, 1978.

Electrokinetic phenomena in biology
M. Cignitti, TBEB V 2, Ch 2, pp 31-52, 1978.

β-aluminas (solid electrolytes)
R. Collongues, J. Thery, and J.P. Boilot, SEGP Ch 16, pp 253-276, 1978.

A potential controlled transient gating mechanism in fixed charge membrane modules
H.G.L. Coster and J.R. Smith, TBEB V 2, Ch 3, pp 53-88, 1978.

Chlor-alkali
J.E. Currey and G.G. Pumplin, ECPD V 7, pp 305-450, 1978.

Oxygen ion conductors (solid electrolytes)
R.M. Dell and A. Hooper, SEGP Ch 18, pp 291-312, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary: introduction
J.B. Doe, KOE3 V 3, pp 569-591, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary: lead-acid cells
J.B. Doe, KOE3 V 3, pp 640-663, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary: other cells
J.B. Doe, KOE3 V 3, pp 663-670, 1978.

Sources of error in ion-selective electrode potentiometry
R.A. Durst, ISEA V 1, Ch 5, pp 311-338, 1978.

Carboxylic acids, esters, and anhydrides
L. Eberson and K. Nyberg, EECE V 12, Ch 2, pp 261-328, 1978.

Carbonyl compounds
D.H. Evans, EECE V 12, Ch 1, pp 1-259, 1978.

High-frequency measurements and interpretations (solid electrolytes)
K. Funke, SEGP Ch 6, pp 77-92, 1978.

Solis-state potentiometric gauges for gaseous species
M. Gauthier, A. Belanger, Y. Meas, and M. Kleitz, SEGP Ch 29, pp 497-517, 1978.

Skeleton structures (solid electrolytes)
J.B. Goodenough, SEGP Ch 23, pp 393-415, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, primary: primary cells
H. Gu and D.N. Bennion, KOE3 V 3, pp 515-545, 1978.

Application prospects of solid electrolytes
P. Hagenmuller and W. Van Gool, SEGP Ch 32, pp 535-543, 1978.

Secondary batteries
G. Halpert, J. Doe, and A.J. Salkind, TEEC V 3, Ch 5, pp 291-368, 1978.

Semiconductors for photoelectrolysis
L.A. Harris and R.H. Wilson, ARMS V 8, pp 99-134, 1978.

Transport mechanisms and lattice defects (solid electrolytes)
Y. Haven, SEGP Ch 5, pp 59-75, 1978.

Analytical electrochemistry: methodology and applications of dynamic techniques
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, ACAR V 50, pp 166R-175R, 1978.

An interfacial study of complicated solid-liquid systems: isoelectric point (IEP) and equi-adsorption point (EAP)
T. Hirai and I. Tari, SEMC Ch 4, pp 115-139, 1978.

Analytical electrophoresis (bioelectrochemistry)
S. Hjerten, TBEB V 2, Ch 4, pp 89-128, 1978.

Electrochemical machining
J. Hoare and M. La Boda, TEEC V 3, Ch 2, pp 48-141, 1978.

Electrode processes of photo-excited species: sensitization of photoelectrochemical processes
K. Honda, A. Fujishima, and T. Watanabe, SEMC Ch 5, pp 141-177, 1978.

Crystal structures and fast ionic conduction
R.A. Huggins, SEGP Ch 3, pp 27-44, 1978.

Electrohydrodynamically enhanced heat transfer in liquids–a review
T.B. Jones, ADHT V 14, Ch 2, pp 107-148, 1978.

Inorganic silver ion conductors (solid electrolytes)
J.S. Kasper, SEGP Ch 14, pp 217-235, 1978.

Chemoreception: electrochemical phenomena at a membrane surface
Y. Kobatake, K. Kurihara, and N. Kamo, SEMC Ch 1, pp 1-63, 1978.

Physical and electrochemical properties of metal monolayers on metallic substrates
D.M. Kolb, AEEE V 11, Ch 2, pp 125-271, 1978.

Electrical events during active transport of ions through biological membranes
P.G. Kostyuk, TBEB V 2, Ch 5, pp 129-149, 1978.

Exploration of oxide surfaces in aqueous solutions by zinc ion adsorption (ZIA): a new concept, "surface chelation," and application of the ZIA method
A. Kozawa and T. Takai, SEMC Ch 3, pp 85-114, 1978.

Alkali and chlorine products: chlorine and sodium hydroxide
J.J. Leddy, I.C. Jones, B.S. Lowry, F.W. Spillers, R.E. Wing, and C.D. Binger, KOE3 V 1, pp 799-865, 1978.

Electro-organic chemistry
R. Lines, ARCH V 74B, Ch 7, pp 153-163, 1978.

Actinides
L. Martinot, EECE V 8, Ch 2, pp 149-206, 1978.

Inorganic copper ion conductors (solid electrolytes)
T. Matsui and J.B. Wagner, SEGP Ch 15, pp 237-252, 1978.

The zinc electrode
J. McBreen and E.J. Cairns, AEEE V 11, Ch 3, pp 273-352, 1978.

Bioelectrochemistry: an examination of some examples
R.L. McCreery, CRAC V 7, pp 89-119, 1978.

Electrocatalysis
B.D. McNicol, CSPR V 2, Ch 10, pp 243-266, 1978.

Desalination of water
I. Miller, TEEC V 3, Ch 7, pp 437-487, 1978.

Poly(vinyl chloride) matrix membrane ion-selective electrodes
G.J. Moody and J.D.R. Thomas, ISEA V 1, Ch 4, pp 287-309, 1978.

Applications of ion-selective electrodes
G.J. Moody and J.D.R. Thomas, ISEA V 1, Ch 6, pp 339-433, 1978.

The interfacial tension of solid electrodes
I. Morcos, ESPR V 6, Ch 2, pp 65-97, 1978.

Ion-selective electrodes based on neutral carriers
W.E. Morf and W. Simon, ISEA V 1, Ch 3, pp 211-286, 1978.

Flow-through porous electrodes
J.S. Newman and W. Tiedemann, AEEE V 11, Ch 4, pp 353-438, 1978.

Photoelectrochemistry: applications to solar energy conversion
A.J. Nozik, ARPC V 29, pp 189-222, 1978.

Hydroxy compounds (organic)
V.D. Parker, G. Sundholm, U. Svanholm, A. Ronlan, and O. Hammerich, EECE V 11, Ch 2, pp 181-340, 1978.

Hydrocarbons
J. Perichon, M. Herlem, F. Bobilliart, A. Thiebault, and K. Nyberg, EECE V 11, Ch 1, pp 1-180, 1978.
Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and related cyclic compounds, M. Herlem, F. Bobilliart, and A. Thiebault, pp 5-42
Alkylaromatic compounds, K. Nyberg, pp 43-70
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, J. Perichon, pp 71-161
Miscellaneous hydrocarbons, J. Perichon, M. Herlem, F. Bobilliart, and A. Thiebault, pp 163-180

Magnesium
G.G. Perrault, EECE V 8, Ch 4, pp 263-319, 1978.

Photoemission of electrons from metals into electrolyte solutions as a method for investigating double-layer and electrode kinetics
Yu.V. Pleskov and Z.A. Rotenberg, AEEE V 11, Ch 1, pp 1-124, 1978.

Nitrogen
W.J. Plieth, EECE V 8, Ch 5, pp 321-479, 1978.

Gallium
T.I. Popova, I.A. Bagotskaya, and E.D. Moorhead, EECE V 8, Ch 3, pp 207-262, 1978.

Solid electrolytes as a materials problem
M. Pouchard and P. Hagenmuller, SEGP Ch 12, pp 191-200, 1978.

The influence of crystal structure and of microstructure on some properties of polycrystalline β-alumina
R.W. Powers and S.P. Mitoff, SEGP Ch 9, pp 123-144, 1978.

Ion-selective electrodes in nonaqueous solvents
E. Pungor and K. Toth, CNAS V 5A, Ch 4, pp 145-178, 1978.

Precipitate-based ion-selective electrodes
E. Pungor and K. Toth, ISEA V 1, Ch 2, pp 143-210, 1978.

Ionic conductive glasses
D. Ravaine and J.L. Souquet, SEGP Ch 17, pp 277-290, 1978.

Fluorine ion conductors (solid electrolytes)
J.-M. Reau and J. Portier, SEGP Ch 19, pp 313-333, 1978.

Electronic insulators with tunnel and sheet structures (solid electrolytes)
J.-M. Reau, C. Delmas, and P. Hagenmuller, SEGP Ch 22, pp 381-391, 1978.

Zeolites (solid electrolytes)
L.V.C. Ree, SEGP Ch 24, pp 417-428, 1978.

Secondary batteries: research and development status
R. Roberts, ELTE V 2, Ch 10, pp 335-399, 1978.

Analytical electrochemistry: theory and instrumentation of dynamic techniques
D.K. Roe, ACAR V 50, pp 9R-16R, 1978.

High-temperature fuel cells (solid electrolytes)
F.J. Rohr, SEGP Ch 25, pp 431-450, 1978.

Diffraction studies of superionic conductors
W.L. Roth, SEGP Ch 4, pp 45-58, 1978.

Batteries and electric cells, secondary: alkaline cells
A.J. Salkind and E. Pearlman, KOE3 V 3, pp 592-639, 1978.

Anodic passivation films on iron
N. Sato, SEMC Ch 2, pp 65-83, 1978.

Electron-transfer reactions
P.P. Schmidt, ESPR V 6, Ch 4, pp 128-241, 1978.

Application of solid electrolytes in galvanic cells, Part I. Low-energy-density cells
B.B. Scholtens and W. van Gool, SEGP Ch 26, pp 451-462, 1978.

Application of solid electrolytes in galvanic cells, Part II. High-energy- density cells
B.B. Scholtens and W. van Gool, SEGP Ch 27, pp 463-482, 1978.

AnBXm solid electrolytes
J. Schoonman and P.H. Bottelberghs, SEGP Ch 20, pp 335-366, 1978.

Mass-transfer measurements by the limiting current technique
J.R. Selman and C.W. Tobias, ACHE V 10, Ch 4, pp 211-318, 1978.

Silver
N.A. Shumilova and G.V. Zhutaeve, EECE V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-147, 1978.

Semiconducting biopolymers and their part in biochemical phenomena
C. Simionescu, S. Dumitrescu, and V. Percec, TBEB V 2, Ch 6, pp 151-204, 1978.

Thermodynamic measurements with solid electrolytes
B.C.H. Steele and R.W. Shaw, SEGP Ch 28, pp 483-495, 1978.

Amperometric, bipotentiometric and coulometric titrations
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 50, pp 1R-9R, 1978.

Organic ion conductors (solid electrolytes)
T. Takahashi, SEGP Ch 13, pp 201-215, 1978.

Application of the optical reflection method to the study of electrosorption, anodic oxide, and underpotential deposition
T. Takamura and K. Takamura, SEMC Ch 6, pp 179-241, 1978.

Semiconductor applications
D. Turner and J. Pankove, TEEC V 3, Ch 3, pp 142-199, 1978.

Introduction to the theory of solid electrolytes
W. van Gool SEGP Ch 2, pp 9-26, 1978.

Electrodialysis (industrial processes)
J. Vlahakis, W. Jacobsen, and G. Miller, ELTE V 1, Ch 2, pp 15-39, 1978.

Electrolysis (industrial processes)
J. Vlahakis, and R. Ouellette, ELTE V 1, Ch 8, pp 193-237, 1978.

Use of crystalline solid electrolytes as membranes in ion-selective electrodes
M. Voinov, SEGP Ch 31, pp 527-534, 1978.

Electrochemical methods for determining kinetic properties of solids
W. Weppner and R.A. Huggins, ARMS V 8, pp 269-311, 1978.

NMR techniques for studying ionic diffusion (solid electrolytes)
M.S. Whittingham and B.G. Silbernagel, SEGP Ch 7, pp 93-108, 1978.

Mixed one- and two-dimensional conductors (solid electrolytes)
M.S. Whittingham, SEGP Ch 21, pp 367-380, 1978.

Electrical conduction in organic solids
J.O. Williams, APOC V 16, Ch 4, pp 159-237, 1978.

Nonaqueous solvents in organic electroanalytical chemistry
P. Zuman and S. Wawzonek, CNAS V 5A, Ch 3, pp 121-143, 1978.


1979

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General electrochemical bibliography of lead and its compounds
ECHL pp 413-460, 1979.

Preparative isotachophoresis in micro scale (electrophoresis)
L. Arlinger, ESTA Ch 17, pp 363-377, 1979.

Application of Auger and photoelectron spectroscopy to electrochemical problems
J. Augustynski and L. Balsenc, MAEC V 13, Ch 4, pp 251-360, 1979.

Ion-selective electrodes in medicine and medical research
D.M. Band and T. Treasure, ISEM V 2, Ch 3, pp 41-63, 1979.

Temperature dependence of conductance of electrolytes in nonaqueous solutions
J. Barthel, R. Wachter, and H.-J. Gores, MAEC V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-79, 1979.

The lead/lead dioxide couple in lead-dissolving electrolytes
F. Beck, ECHL Ch 4, pp 65-102, 1979.

Isotachophoresis (electrophoresis)
M.Bier and T.T. Allgyer, EKSM Ch 20, pp 443-469, 1979.

Electroanalysis of trace foreign organic materials in the aqueous environment (polarography)
B.J. Birch and J.P. Hart, PMBS Ch 7, pp 205-225, 1979.

Preparative isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
P. Blanicky, ESTA Ch 15, pp 327-343, 1979.

Density gradient electrophoresis of cells in a vertical column
R.C. Boltz and P. Todd, EKSM Ch 11, pp 229-250, 1979.

The polarographic determination of psychrotropic, hypnotic and sedative drugs
M.A. Brooks, PMBS Ch 3, pp 79-109, 1979.

Quantitative analysis of major antibiotics containing a nitro group (polarography)
J. T. Browne, PMBS Ch 4, pp 111-126, 1979.

Crystalline and pressed powder solid membrane electrodes (ion-selective electrodes)
R.P. Buck, ISEM V 1, Ch 9, pp 175-250, 1979.

Instrumentation for ion-selective electrodes
P.R. Burton, ISEM V 1, Ch 2, pp 21-41, 1979.

Electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing of interacting systems
J.R. Cann, EKSM Ch 18, pp 369-387, 1979.

Isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
N. Catsimpoolas, ESTA Ch 9, pp 167-192, 1979.

Heterogeneous membrane, carbon support, and coated wire ion-selective electrodes
R.W. Cattrall, ISEM V 1, Ch 8, pp 131-173, 1979.

The aqueous system Pb4+/Pb2+: morphological aspects
S.M. Caulder and A.C. Simon, ECHL Ch 3, pp 43-63, 1979.

Some recent applicaitions of organic voltammetry in the basic medical sciences (polarography)
B.Z. Chowdhry, PMBS Ch 6, pp 169-201, 1979.

Analytical polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in multiphasic buffer systems ("disc electrophoresis")
A. Chrambach, EKSM Ch 14, pp 275-292, 1979.

Preparative electrophoresis, isotachophoresis and electrofocusing on polyacrylamide gel
A. Chrambach and N.Y. Nguyen, EKSM Ch 17, pp 337-368, 1979.

Immunoelectrophoresis
J. Clausen, EKSM Ch 3, pp 55-80, 1979.

Chlorine oxygen acids and salts: chloric acid and chlorates
T.W. Clapper, KOE3 V 5, pp 633-645, 1979.

Introduction: basic electrode types, classification, and selectivity considerations (ion-selective electrodes)
A.K. Covington, ISEM V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-20, 1979.

pX standards (ion-selective electrodes)
A.K. Covington, ISEM V 1, Ch 4, pp 67-76, 1979.

Glass electrodes (ion-selective electrodes)
A.K. Covington, ISEM V 1, Ch 5, pp 77-84, 1979.

Liquid ion exchange types (ion-selective electrodes)
A.K. Covington and J.D.R. Thomas, ISEM V 1, Ch 6, pp 85-110, 1979.

Electrochemical processing: organic
D. Danly, KOE3 V 8, pp 696-720, 1979.

Oxidative voltammetric analysis of molecules of pharmaceutical importance (polarography)
I.E. Davidson, PMBS Ch 5, pp 127-165, 1979.

Electrochemistry of lead in molten salts
W.D. Davis, ECHL Ch 5, pp 103-134, 1979.

Corrosion of lead and alloys in sulphuric acid: introduction and basic principles
J.L. Dawson, ECHL Ch 12, pp 309-362, 1979.

Molecular size and shape in electrophoresis
Z. Deyl, ESTA Ch 4, pp 45-67, 1979.

Electromigration
F.M. d'Heurle, KOE3 V 8, pp 763-793, 1979.

Moving boundary electrophoresis in narrow-bore tubes
F.M. Everaerts and J.L. Beckers, ESTA Ch 8, pp 155-165, 1979.

Derivatives of hydroxylamine and hydrazine (organic)
U. Eisner and E. Kirowa-Eisner, EECE V 13, Ch 6, pp 220-361, 1979.

Unit processes in organic voltammetric analysis ---II. Determination (polarography)
B. Fleet and N.B. Fouzder, PMBS Ch 2, pp 37-76, 1979.

The aqueous system Pb2+/Pb
A.N. Fleming and J.A. Harrison, ECHL Ch 1, pp 1-28, 1979.

Corrosion and corrosion inhibitors
R.T. Foley and B.F. Brown, KOE3 V 7, pp 113-142, 1979.

The electrochemical behavior and analysis of organometallic compounds of mercury, tin, lead and germanium (polarography)
N.B. Fouzder and B. Fleet, PMBS Ch 9, pp 261-293, 1979.

Electrophoresis in gels of graded porosity and two-dimensional techniques
E. Gianazza and P.G. Righetti, EKSM Ch 15, pp 293-311, 1979.

An introduction to the electrochemistry of charge transfer complexes, II
F. Gutmann and J.-P. Farges, MAEC V 13, Ch 5, pp 361-421, 1979.

The aqueous system Pb4+/Pb2+: electrochemical aspects
N.A. Hampson, ECHL Ch 2, pp 29-41, 1979.

The lead dioxide on inert basis anode
H. Hamsah, A.T. Kuhn, and T.H. Randle, ECHL Ch 11, pp 283-308, 1979.

Hydrogen evolution and oxygen reduction on lead
M. Hayes and A.T. Kuhn, ECHL Ch 8, pp 199-215, 1979.

Electrolytic machining methods
J.P. Hoare, KOE3 V 8, pp 751-763, 1979.

Gel-type techniques (electrophoresis)
Z. Hrkal, ESTA Ch 6, pp 113-131, 1979.

Preparative electrophoresis in gel media
Z. Hrkal, ESTA Ch 13, pp 299-306, 1979.

Compounds with three or more nitrogen atoms in a chain (organic)
P.E. Iversen, EECE V 13, Ch 5, pp 209-218, 1979.

Electrophoresis of particles in suspension
A.M. Janes, SACS V 11, Ch 4, pp 121-185, 1979.

Cell separation by continuous-flow electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing
W.W. Just and G. Werner, EKSM Ch 8, pp 143-167, 1979.

Nitro compounds (organic)
W. Kemula and T.M. Krygowski, EECE V 13, Ch 2, pp 77-130, 1979.

Nitroso compounds (organic)
W. Kemula and T.M. Krygowski, EECE V 13, Ch 3, pp 131-161, 1979.

Endless belt continuous-flow deviation electrophoresis
A. Kolin, EKSM Ch 9, pp 169-220, 1979.

Continuous flow deviation electrophoresis
A. Kolin, ESTA Ch 12, pp 253-297, 1979.

Methods for electroanalysis in vivo
J. Koryta, M. Brezina, J. Pradac, and J. Pradacova, EACH V 11, Ch 2, pp 85-140, 1979.

Electroless plating
G.A. Krulik, KOE3 V 8, pp 738-750, 1979.

Corrosion of lead and alloys in sulphuric acid: detailed survey and special conditions
A.T. Kuhn, ECHL Ch 13, pp 363-382, 1979.

Corrosion of lead in chloride media
A.T. Kuhn, ECHL Ch 14, pp 383-399, 1979.

Corrosion of lead in miscellaneous media and the effects of a.c.
A.T. Kuhn, ECHL Ch 15, pp 401-411, 1979.

Electro-organic chemistry
R. Lines, ARCH V 75B, Ch 7, pp 135-146, 1979.

Electroplating
F.A. Lowenheim, KOE3 V 8, pp 826-869, 1979.

Electrodialysis
W.A. McRea, KOE3 V 8, pp 726-738, 1979.

Charge transfer processes at semiconductor electrodes
R. Memming, EACH V 11, Ch 1, pp 1-84, 1979.

Polyvinyl chloride matrix membrane ion-selective electrodes
G.J. Moody and J.D.R. Thomas, ISEM V 1, Ch 7, pp 111-130, 1979.

Organometallic compounds
M.D. Moris and G.L. Kok, EECE V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-76, 1979.

Zone electrophoresis (except gel-type techniques and immunoelectrophoresis)
W. Ostrowski, ESTA Ch 5, pp 69-111, 1979.

The electrical double layer and the theory of electrophoresis
J.T.G. Overbeek and B.H. Bijsterbosch, EKSM Ch 1, pp 1-32, 1979.

Electrochemistry of organolead compounds
A.J. Owen, ECHL Ch 7, pp 163-197, 1979.

Polarography and related electroanalytical techniques in pharmacy and pharmacology
G.J. Patriarche, M. Chateau-Gosselin, J.L. Vandenbalck, and P. Zuman, EACH V 11, Ch 3, pp 141-289, 1979.

Continuous flow-through electrophoresis
Z. Prusik, ESTA Ch 11, pp 229-251, 1979.

Analytical methods involving ion-selective electrodes (including flow methods)
E. Pungor, G. Nagy, and K. Toth, ISEM V 2, Ch 4, pp 65-122, 1979.

Electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing in free solution
R. Quast, EKSM Ch 10, pp 221-227, 1979.

Anodic reactions on lead dioxide
T.H. Randle and A.T. Kuhn, ECHL Ch 9, pp 217-255, 1979.

Chlorine oxygen acids and salts: perchloric acid and perchlorates
R.C. Rhees, KOE3 V 5, pp 646-667, 1979.

Isoelectric focusing (in electrophoresis)
P.G. Righetti, EKSM Ch 19, pp 389-441, 1979.

Gas-sensing probes (ion-selective electrodes)
M. Riley, ISEM V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-21, 1979.

Electrochemical processing: introduction
P.M. Robertson, KOE3 V 8, pp 662-671, 1979.

Electrochemical processing: inorganic
P.M. Robertson, KOE3 V 8, pp 671-695, 1979.

Electroanalysis of agrochemicals (polarography)
R.R. Rowe and M.R. Smyth, PMBS Ch 8, pp 229-260, 1979.

Analytical cell electrophoresis
G.V.F. Seaman and D.E. Brooks, EKSM Ch 5, pp 95-110, 1979.

The lead-platinum bielectrode
L.L. Shreir, ECHL Ch 10, pp 257-281, 1979.

Polarography of antibiotics and antibacterial agents
H. Siegerman, EACH V 11, Ch 4, pp 291-343, 1979.

Practical techniques for ion-selective electrodes
R.J. Simpson, ISEM V 1, Ch 3, pp 43-66, 1979.

Zone electrophoresis on paper, thin layers and pevikon block
I. Smith, EKSM Ch 2, pp 33-53, 1979.

Unit processes in organic voltammetric analysis ---I. Choice of method, sampling, separation and derivatization (polarography)
W.F. Smyth and M.R. Smyth, PMBS Ch 1, pp 3-36, 1979.

Electrochemical aspects of adsorption on mineral solids
P. Somasundaran and E.D. Goddard, MAEC V 13, Ch 3, pp 207-250, 1979.

Electrodecantation
P. Stamberger, KOE3 V 8, pp 721-726, 1979.

SDS-gel-electrophoresis in polyacrylamide, merits and limits
H. Stegemann, EKSM Ch 16, pp 313-336, 1979.

Azo, azoxy, and diazo compounds
J.P. Stradins and V.T. Glezer, EECE V 13, Ch 4, pp 163-208, 1979.

Advances in the application of mercury film electrodes to the trace analysis of metal ions down to ppb and sub ppb levels
G. Subramanian and G.P. Rao, RACH V 4, pp 95-109, 1979.

Quantitative immunoelectrophoresis
P.J. Svendsen, ESTA Ch 7, pp 133-153, 1979.

Preparative electrophoresis in columns
P.J. Svendsen, ESTA Ch 14, pp 307-325, 1979.

Preparative isotachophoresis (electrophoresis)
P.J. Svendsen, ESTA Ch 16, pp 345-362, 1979.

Solvent adsorption and double-layer potential drop at electrodes
S. Trasatti, MAEC V 13, Ch 2, pp 81-206, 1979.

Theory of electromigration processes (electrophoresis)
J. Vacik, ESTA Ch 1, pp 1-21, 1979.

Classification of electromigration methods (electrophoresis)
J. Vacik, ESTA Ch 2, pp 23-37, 1979.

Evaluation of the results of electrophoretic separations
J. Vacik, ESTA Ch 3, pp 39-43, 1979.

Analytical isotacophoresis (electrophoresis)
J. Vacik and F.M. Everaerts, ESTA Ch 10, pp 193-227, 1979.

Enzyme electrodes (ion-selective electrodes)
P. Vadgama, ISEM V 2, Ch 2, pp 23-40, 1979.

Influence of electroosmosis (on electrophoresis)
J.W. Vanderhoff and F.J. Micale, EKSM Ch 4, pp 81-93, 1979.

Continuous flow electrophoresis
J.W. Vanderhoff, F.J. Micale, and P.H. Krumrine, EKSM Ch 7, pp 121-141, 1979.

Electrophoretic separation of biological cells in microgravity
J.W. Vanderhoff and C.J. van Oss, EKSM Ch 13, pp 257-273, 1979.

Vertical ascending cell electrophoresis
C.J. van Oss and P.M. Bronson, EKSM Ch 12, pp 251-255, 1979.

Simplified cell electrophoresis with uniform electroosmotic backflow
C.J. van Oss and R.M. Fike, EKSM Ch 6, pp 111-120, 1979.

Electrodeposition of lead
J.A. von Fraunhofer, ECHL Ch 6, pp 135-162, 1979.

Polarographic behavior and analysis of the organic compounds of arsenic
A. Watson, PMBS Ch 10, pp 295-319, 1979.


1980

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The application of ac impedance methods to solid electrolytes
W.I. Archer and R.D. Armstrong, ESPR V 7, Ch 3, pp 157-202, 1980.

Primary and secondary batteries: fuel cells and metal/air cells
M. Barak, ECPS Ch 1, pp 1-22, 1980.

Lead/acid storage batteries
M. Barak, ECPS Ch 4, pp 151-323, 1980.

Insulator/electrolyte interface
L.I. Boguslavsky, CTEC V 1, Ch 7, pp 329-352, 1980.

A compilation of ion-selective membrane electrode literature
R.P Buck, J.C. Thompsen, and O.R. Melroy, ISEA V 2, Ch 4, pp 175-288, 1980.

Electrocrystallization
E. Budevski, V. Bostanov, and G. Staikov, ARMS V 10, pp 85-112, 1980.

Oxide growth and oxygen evolution on noble metals
L.D. Burke, ECMO V 1, Ch 3, pp 141-181, 1980.

Thermodynamic studies of alloys and intermetallic compounds (solid electrolytes)
M.S. Chandrasekharaiah, O.M. Sreedharan, and G. Chattopadhyay, SETA Ch 3, pp 99-126, 1980.

Defect structure and transport properties (solid electrolytes)
C.B. Choudhary, H.S. Maiti, and E.C. Subbarao, SETA Ch 1, pp 1-80, 1980.

Chemisorption and catalysis on metal oxides
A. Cimino and S. Carra, ECMO V 1, Ch 2, pp 97-140, 1980.

The adsorption of organic molecules
B.B. Damaskin and V.E. Kazarinov, CTEC V 1, Ch 8, pp 353-395, 1980.

Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and membrane potential measurement in biology
M. Delmotte and J. Chanu, TBEB V 3, Ch 6, pp 307-359, 1980.

Room temperature cells with solid electrolytes (primary and secondary batteries)
T. Dickinson, ECPS Ch 7, pp 464-481, 1980.

EMF measurements at elevated temperatures and pressures
J.V. Dobson, ACST V 7, Ch 3, pp 177-237, 1980.

Activation energy: nature, determination, significance (bioelectrochemistry)
P.J. Elving and B.B. Graves, TBEB V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-92, 1980.

The characterization of semiconductor materials and structures using electrochemical techniques
M.M. Faktor, T. Ambridge, C.R. Elliott, and J.C. Regnault, CTMS V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-107, 1980.

Mass transport in electrochemical systems
T.Z. Fahidy and S. Mohanta, ATRP V 1, Ch 3, pp 83-138, 1980.

Alkaline storage batteries
U. Falk, ECPS Ch 5, pp 324-402, 1980.

Coated wire ion-selective electrodes
H. Freiser, ISEA V 2, Ch 2, pp 85-105, 1980.

Ion-selective electrodes
G.H. Fricke, ACAR V 52, pp 259R-275R, 1980.

Potentials of zero charge
A.N. Frumkin, O.A. Petrii, and B.B. Damaskin, CTEC V 1, Ch 5, pp 221-289, 1980.

Solid-state ion-selective electrodes in clinical chemistry
C. Fuchs, MBED Ch 3, pp 93-108, 1980.

Mitochondria: a general survey
P. Gazotti, TBEB V 3, Ch 3, pp 149-190, 1980.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
J. Grimshaw, ESPR V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-39, 1980.

Use of enzyme electrodes in biomedical investigations
G. G. Guilbault, MBED Ch 9, pp 289-323, 1980.

Specific adsorption of ions
M.A. Habib and J.O'M. Bockris, CTEC V 1, Ch 4, pp 135-219, 1980.

Acyclic aliphatic halides
M.D. Hawley, EECE V 14, Ch 1, pp 1-135 and 292-301, 1980.

Alicyclic halides
M.D. Hawley, EECE V 14, Ch 2, pp 137-178 and 292-301, 1980.

Halogenated aromatic carbocycles
M.D. Hawley, EECE V 14, Ch 3, pp 179-262 and 292-301, 1980.

Halogenated heterocycles
M.D. Hawley, EECE V 14, Ch 4, pp 263-281 and 292-301, 1980.

Halonium ions
M.D. Hawley, EECE V 14, Ch 5, pp 283-301, 1980.

Analytical electrochemistry: methodology and applications of dynamic techniques
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, ACAR V 52, pp 138R-151R, 1980.

Properties and behaviour of the zinc oxide/electrolyte phase boundary
W. Hirschwald, CTMS V 6, Ch 2, pp 109-194, 1980.

Electronic band structure of oxides with metallic or semiconducting characteristics
J.M. Honig, ECMO V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-96, 1980.

Determination of ion activity changes in excitable tissues with ion-selective Microelectrodes
P. Hnik, E. Sykova, N. Kriz, and F. Vyskocil, MBED Ch 5, pp 129-172, 1980.

The double layer in colloidal systems
R.J. Hunter, CTEC V 1, Ch 9, pp 397-437, 1980.

Technological applications of solid electrolytes
K.P. Jagannathan, S.K. Tiku, H.S. Ray, A. Ghosh, and E.C. Subbarao, SETA Ch 6, pp 201-259, 1980.

Chemically sensitive field effect transistors (ion selective electrodes)
J. Janata and R.J. Huber, ISEA V 2, Ch 3, pp 107-174, 1980.

Analytical electrochemistry: theory and instrumentation of dynamic techniques
D.C. Johnson, ACAR V 52, pp 131R-138R, 1980.

Potentiometric enzyme methods (ion selective electrodes)
R.K. Kobos, ISEA V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-84, 1980.

Basic concepts of electroanalytical methods used in medicine and biology
J. Koryta, MBED Ch 1, pp 1-12, 1980.

Electrochemistry of complexes of macrocyclic ion carriers and their models
J. Koryta and M. Gross, TBEB V 3, Ch 2, pp 93-147, 1980.

Polarographic determination of oxygen in biological materials
F. Kreuzer, H.P. Kimmich, and M. Brezina, MBED Ch 6, pp 173-261, 1980.

Membrane phenomena
N.K. Lakshminarayanaiah, ESPR V 7, Ch 2, pp 40-156, 1980.

Electro-organic chemistry
R. Lines, ARCH V 76B, Ch 6, pp 101-111, 1980.

Liquid-membrane ion-selective electrodes and their biomedical applications
P.C. Meier, D. Ammann, W.E. Morf, and W. Simon, MBED Ch 2, pp 13-91, 1980.

Conduction in fused salts and salt-metal solutions
N.H. Nachtrieb, ARPC V 31, pp 131-156, 1980.

Thermodynamic methods for the study of interfacial regions in electrochemical systems
R. Parsons, CTEC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-44, 1980.

Electric double layer on semiconductor electrodes
Y.V. Pleskov, CTEC V 1, Ch 6, pp 291-328, 1980.

Electrochemistry of lead dioxide
J.P. Pohl and H. Rickert, ECMO V 1, Ch 4, pp 183-220, 1980.

Voltammetry in kidney and other organs
J. Pradac, J. Pradacova, J. Vrubel and J. Koryta, MBED Ch 7, pp 263-272, 1980.

Hydrodynamic voltammetry
E. Pungor, Z. Feher, and M. Varadi, CRAC V 9, pp 97-165, 1980.

Electrochemical phenomena in vascular homeostasis
N. Ramasamy, T.R. Lucas, B. Stanczewski, and P.N. Sawyer, TBEB V 3, Ch 5, pp 243-305, 1980.

Limiting factors in measurements using solid electrolytes
T.A. Ramanarayanan, SETA Ch 2, pp 81-98, 1980.

The electrical double layer: models for solvent structures at interfaces and theories of adsorption isotherms
S.K. Rangarajan, ESPR V 7, Ch 4, pp 203-256, 1980.

Fabrication (solid electrolytes)
A.K. Ray and E.C. Subbarao, SETA Ch 7, pp 261-294, 1980.

The double layer in the absence of specific adsorption
R. Reeves, CTEC V 1, Ch 3, pp 83-134, 1980.

Thermodynamic properties of oxide systems (solid electrolytes)
S. Seetharaman and K.P. Abraham, SETA Ch 4, pp 127-163, 1980.

Amperometric, bipotentiometric and coulometric titration
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 52, pp 1R-9R, 1980.

High temperature batteries
J.L. Sudworth, ECPS Ch 6, pp 403-463, 1980.

Physicochemical and electrochemical properties of perovskite oxides
H. Tamura, H. Yoneyama, and Y. Matsumoto, ECMO V 1, Ch 6, pp 261-299, 1980.

Properties of spinel-type oxide electrodes
M.R. Tarasevich and B.N. Efremov, ECMO V 1, Ch 5, pp 221-259, 1980.

Kinetic studies (solid electrolytes)
V.B. Tare, A.V. Ramana Rao, and T.A. Ramanarayanan, SETA Ch 5, pp 165-199, 1980.

The electrode potential
S. Trasatti, CTEC V 1, Ch 2, pp 45-81, 1980.

Properties of conductive transition metal oxides with rutile-type structure
S. Trasatti and G. Lodi, ECMO V 1, Ch 7, pp 301-358, 1980.

Primary batteries for civilian use
F.L. Tye, ECPS Ch 3, pp 50-150, 1980.

Polarographic determination of 1,4-benzodiazepinederivatives, especially in biological fluids
J. Volke, MBED Ch 8, pp 273-288, 1980.

Implantable electrodes
F. von Sturm, TBEB V 3, Ch 4, pp 191-241, 1980.

Single cell measurement with ion-selective electrodes
J. L. Walker, MBED Ch 4, pp 109-128, 1980.

Electron transfer processes at the semiconductor-electrolyte interface
R.H. Wilson, CRSM V 10, pp 1-41, 1980.

Fluorine
A.J. Woytek, KOE3 V 10, pp 630-654, 1980.


1981

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Primary batteries--introduction
M. Barak, CTEC V 3, Ch 4, pp 191-206, 1981.

The modern meaning of pH
R.O. Bates, CRAC V 10, pp 247-278, 1981.

Electrodeposition of paint
F. Beck, CTEC V 2, Ch 10, pp 537-569, 1981.

Energy consumption and efficiency of industrial electrochemical processes
T.R. Beck and R.T. Ruggeri, AEEE V 12, Ch 4, pp 263-354, 1981.

Electrochemical instrumentation (marine electrochemistry)
S. Ben-Yaakov, MARE Ch 3, pp 99-122, 1981.

Secondary batteries--lead-acid batteries
D. Berndt, CTEC V 12, Ch 6, pp 371-384, 1981.

Hormone-induced changes in ion level during stimulation of fluid secretion by gland cells (ion-selective electrodes)
M.J. Berridge, AISM Ch 4, pp 61-74, 1981.

Refractory oxides: high-temperature solid-gas and solid-liquid behavior
D. Beruto, L. Barco, and A. Passerone, OAOF V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-84, 1981.

Electrochemistry and the 21stcentury
J.O'M. Bockris, CTEC V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-38, 1981.

A hydrogen economy
J.O'M. Bockris, CTEC V 3, Ch 16, pp 505-526, 1981.

The role of ion-sensitive microelectrodes in the interpretation of endolymphatic changes in the mammalian inner ear
S.K. Bosher, AISM Ch 8, pp 129-143, 1981.

Electrodeposition (marine electrochemistry)
E.E. Brooks and H.B. Mark, MARE Ch 8, pp 301-325, 1981.

Secondary batteries--new batteries: high temperature
E.J. Cairns, CTEC V 3, Ch 11, pp 341-370, 1981.

Electrochemical power for transportation
E.J. Cairns and E.H Hietbrink, CTEC V 3, Ch 15, pp 421-504, 1981.

Production of chlorine
D.L. Caldwell, CTEC V 2, Ch 2, pp 105-166, 1981.

"Quantitative" and preparative polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
A. Chrambach and D. Rodbard, GEP1 Ch 2, pp 93-143, 1981.

Stress corrosion cracking
G.P. Cherepanov, CTEC V 4, Ch 7, pp 333-410, 1981.

Electrochemical interactions and energy balance in red blood cell aggregation
S. Chien, TBEB V 4, Ch 2, pp 73-112, 1981.

Reactions of hydrogen and organic substances with and at anodic oxide films at electrodes
B.E. Conway, ECMO V 2, Ch 9, pp 433-519, 1981.

Ion-sensitive microelectrodes in studies of capillary permeability
C. Crone, AISM Ch 5, pp 77-84, 1981.

Direct potentiometry (marine electrochemistry)
C.H. Culberson, MARE Ch 6, pp 187-261, 1981.

Analytical and preparative gel electrofocusing
B.A. der Lan and A. Chrambach, GEP1 Ch 4, pp 157-187, 1981.

Electro-mechanical equilibrium in membranes
G. Dickel, TBEB V 4, Ch 6, pp 271-342, 1981.

The kinetics of the growth of oxides
M.J. Dignam, CTEC V 4, Ch 5, pp 247-306, 1981.

The study of the passivation process by the electrode impedance analysis
I. Epelboin, C. Gabrielli, M. Keddam, and H. Takenouti, CTEC V 4, Ch 3, pp 151-192, 1981.

Electrolytic refining and winning of metals
V.A. Ettel and B.V. Tilak, CTEC V 2, Ch 6, pp 327-380, 1981.

Electron transferring proteins: electrochemical approaches and kinetic-ionic strength effects
B.A. Feinberg and M.D. Ryan, TBEB V 4, Ch 5, pp 225-270, 1981.

Ion-selective electrodes
M.S. Frant, KOE3 V 13, pp 720-734, 1981.

Fundamental properties of the oxide/aqueous solution interface
D.N. Furlong, D.E. Yates, and T.W. Healy, ECMO V 2, Ch 8, pp 367-432, 1981.

Oxide films on anodes during electrodeposition
D.R. Gabe, OAOF V 6, Ch 3, pp 147-250, 1981.

Ion-activity measurements in renal tubular epithelium (ion-selective electrodes)
G. Giebisch, T. Kubota, and M.G. O'Regan, AISM Ch 3, pp 47-60, 1981.

The electrochemical determination of oxygen (marine electrochemistry)
K. Grasshoff, MARE Ch 9, pp 327-420, 1981.

Triboelectrochemistry
V. Guruswamy and J.O'M. Bockris, CTEC V 4, Ch 9, pp 463-471, 1981.

An introduction to polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
B.D. Hames, GEP1 Ch 1, pp 1-91, 1981.

Peptide mapping by limited proteolysis using SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
B.D. Hames, GEP1 Ch 6, pp 219-228, 1981.

Extracellular ion concentrations in cerebral ischemia (ion-selective electrodes)
A.J. Hansen, AISM Ch 14, pp 239-254, 1981.

Oxidation of compound semiconductor surfaces
H.L. Hartnagel, OAOF V 6, Ch 2, pp 85-146, 1981.

Electrometallurgy of aluminum
W.E. Haupin and W.B. Frank, CTEC V 2, Ch 5, pp 301-325, 1981.

Local ionic control of cerebral microvessels (ion-selective electrodes)
D. Heuser, AISM Ch 6, pp 85-105, 1981.

Ion-selective microelectrodes - a new tool for studying ionic movements in working muscles
P. Hnik and F. Vyskocil, AISM Ch 10, pp 157-172, 1981.

Electrochemical machining
J.P. Hoare and M.A. LaBoda, CTEC V 2, Ch 8, pp 399-520, 1981.

Metal anodes
H.S. Holden and J.M. Kolb, KOE3 V 15, pp 172-183, 1981.

Theory of the structure of ionomeric membranes
A.J. Hopfinger and K.A. Mauritz, CTEC V 2, Ch 9, pp 521-535, 1981.

Inorganic electrosynthesis
N. Ibl and H. Vogt, CTEC V 2, Ch 3, pp 167-250, 1981.

Some new molten salt electrolytic processes
Y. Ito and S. Yoshizawa, AMSC V 4, Ch 4, pp 391-435, 1981.

Computer control and processing of electrochemical measurements (marine electrochemistry)
D. Jagner, MARE Ch 4, pp 123-141, 1981.

Potentiometric titrations (marine electrochemistry)
D. Jagner, MARE Ch 7, pp 263-300, 1981.

Immunoelectrophoresis
R.D. Jurd, GEP1 Ch 7, pp 229-248, 1981.

Primary batteries--solid electrolytes
J.H. Kennedy, CTEC V 3, Ch 9, pp 279-302, 1981.

Effects of norm-flow and no-flow anoxia on cation activities and energy requirement of liver tissue (ion-selective electrodes)
M. Kessler and J. Hoper, AISM Ch 9, pp 145-156, 1981.

Electrochemical energy storage
K. Kordesch, CTEC V 3, Ch 3, pp 123-190, 1981.

Primary batteries--alkaline manganese dioxide-zinc batteries
K. Kordesch, CTEC V 3, Ch 6, pp 219-232, 1981.

Electrochemical phenomena at the interface of two immiscible electrolyte solutions
J. Koryta and P. Vanysek, AEEE V 12, Ch 2, pp 113-176, 1981.

Electro-organic syntheses
K. Koster and H. Wendt, CTEC V 2, Ch 4, pp 251-299, 1981.

Primary batteries--Leclanche systems
A. Kozawa, CTEC V 3, Ch 5, pp 207-218, 1981.

Electrical and functional correlates of changes in transmembrane ionic gradients produced by neural activity in the central nervous system (ion-selective electrodes)
K. Krnjevic and M.E. Morris, AISM Ch 12, pp 195-216, 1981.

Primary batteries--lithium batteries
M.L. Kronenberg and G.E. Blomgren, CTEC V 3, Ch 8, pp 247-278, 1981.

Applications and interpretations of ion-specific microelectrodes in tight epithelia
S.A. Lewis and N.K. Wills, AISM Ch 1, pp 3-25, 1981.

Physical techniques for the study of solid electrolytes
R.G. Linford and S. Hackwood, CHRE V 81, pp 327-364, 1981.

Nitrate-selective liquid membrane electrodes
C. Liteanu, E. Stefaniga, and E. Hopirtean, RACH V 5, pp 159-184, 1981.

Corrosion: cathodic and anodic protection
C.E. Locke, ECPD V 12, pp 13-59, 1981.

Magnesium and magnesium alloys
L.F. Lockwood, G. Ansel, and P.O. Haddad, KOE3 V 14, pp 570-615, 1981.

Secondary batteries--introduction
J. McBreen, CTEC V 3, Ch 10, pp 303-340, 1981.

Structural and energetic aspects of charge transport in lipid layers and in biological membranes
I.R. Miller, TBEB V 4, Ch 4, pp 161-224, 1981.

Problems of correlation between operational equations for pH(p Ion) measurements, sign rules for electrode potentials in voltaic cells, and pH(p Ion) and voltage scales in analog instruments
T. Mussini, P. Longhi, and S. Rondinini, RACH V 5, pp 139-157, 1981.

Principles of electric field effects in chemical and biological systems
E. Neumann, TBEB V 4, Ch 3, pp 113-160, 1981.

Gel isotachophoresis
N.Y. Nguyen and A. Chrambach, GEP1 Ch 3, pp 145-155, 1981.

The behavior of extracellular ions during spreading depression (ion-selective electrodes)
C. Nicholson and R.P. Kraig, AISM Ch 13, pp 217-238, 1981.

Technological impact of metallic oxides as anodes
A. Nidola, ECMO V 2, Ch 11, pp 627-659, 1981.

Light-evoked changes in retinal extracellular potassium (ion-selective electrodes)
B. Oakley II, AISM Ch 7, pp 109-128, 1981.

Memory effects in oxide films
D.P. Oxley, OAOF V 6, Ch 4, pp 251-325, 1981.

Corrosion inhibition
R.N. Parkins, CTEC V 4, Ch 6, pp 307-331, 1981.

Nonmetallic electrode materials
J.P. Randin, CTEC V 4, Ch 10, pp 473-537, 1981.

Electroplating
C.J. Raub, CTEC V 2, Ch 7, pp 381-397, 1981.

Primary batteries--sealed mercurial cathode dry cells
S. Ruben, CTEC V 3, Ch 7, pp 233-245, 1981.

Surface reactions and selectivity in electrocatalysis
G.P. Sakellaropoulos, ADCA V 30, Ch 2, pp 217-333, 1981.

Electrochemical p ssivation of metals
N. Sato and G. Okamoto, CTEC V 4, Ch 4, pp 193-245, 1981.

Chemical and electrochemical conversion treatments: phosphating
G.L. Schneberger, KOE3 V 15, pp 304-312, 1981.

Physical chemistry and electrochemistry of alkali carbonate melts, with special reference to the molten-carbonate fuel cell
J.R. Selman and H.C. Maru, AMSC V 4, Ch 3, pp 159-390, 1981.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis
J. Sinclair and D. Rickwood, GEP1 Ch 5, pp 189-218, 1981.

Electrochemistry and corrosion on homogeneous and heterogeneous metal surfaces
W.H. Smyrl, CTEC V 4, Ch 2, pp 97-149, 1981.

The why and how of measuring the activity of ions in extracellular fluid of spinal cord and cerebral cortex (ion-selective electrodes)
G.G. Somjen, AISM Ch 11, pp 175-193, 1981.

Ionic transport in amorphous solid electrolytes
J.L. Souquet, ARMS V 11, pp 211-231, 1981.

Coupling of ionic and nonelectrolyte fluxes in ion selective membranes
O.K. Stefanova and M.M. Shultz, RPSS V 14, Ch 3, pp 131-174, 1981.

Electrochemical aspects of hydrogen in metals
P.K. Subramanyan, CTEC V 4, Ch 8, pp 411-462, 1981.

Electrolytic production of hydrogen
B.V. Tilak, P.W.T. Lu, J.E. Coleman, and S. Srinivasan, CTEC V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-104, 1981.

Electrochemical energy conversion--principles
B.V. Tilak, R.S. Yeo and S. Srinivasan, CTEC V 3, Ch 2, pp 39-122, 1981.

Oxygen and chlorine evolution at conductive metal oxide anodes
S. Trasatti and G. Lodi, ECMO V 2, Ch 10, pp 521-626, 1981.

Properties and applications of RuO2-based electrodes
S. Trasatti and W.E. O'Grady, AEEE V 12, Ch 3, pp 177-261, 1981.

The classification of electroanalytical techniques (marine electrochemistry)
D.R. Turner and M. Whitfield, MARE Ch 2, pp 67-97, 1981.

Electro-organic chemistry
J.H.P. Utley, ARCH V 77B, Ch 6, pp 79-94, 1981.

Physico-chemical aspects of homeostasis
V.S. Vaidhyanathan, TBEB V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-71, 1981.

Ion selective electrodes
W.E. van der Linden, WCAC V 11, Ch 3, pp 275-392, 1981.

Thermodynamics of corrosion
J. Van Muylder, CTEC V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-96 and 539-544, 1981.

Secondary batteries--nickel-cadmium battery
F. von Sturm, CTEC V 3, Ch 13, pp 385-405, 1981.

Secondary batteries--silver-zinc battery
F. von Sturm, CTEC V 3, Ch 14, pp 407-419, 1981.

Electronic properties of solutions of liquid metals and ionic melts
W.W. Warren, AMSC V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-69, 1981.

Use of electrochemical methods to determine chemical-diffusion coefficients in alloys: application to "LiAl"
C.J. Wen, C. Ho, B.A. Boukamp, I.D. Raistrick, W. Weppner, and R.A. Huggins, IMAR V 26, pp 253-268, 1981.

Cells and tissue culture systems (ion-selective electrodes)
R.J. Werrlein, AISM Ch 15, pp 257-277, 1981.

Sea water as an electrochemical medium
M. Whitfield and D.R. Turner, MARE Ch 1, pp 3-66, 1981.

Electrochemistry of organic molecular crystals
F. Willig, AEEE V 12, Ch 1, pp 1-111, 1981.

Conductometry (marine electrochemistry)
T.R.S. Wilson, MARE Ch 5, pp 145-185, 1981.

Mineral flotation
R. Woods, CTEC V 2, Ch 11, pp 571-595, 1981.

Ion transport in leaky epithelia studied with ion-selective microelectrodes
T. Zeuthen, AISM Ch 2, pp 27-46, 1981.

Voltammetry of natural sea water
A. Zirino, MARE Ch 10, pp 421-503, 1981.


1982

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Modified electrodes
W.J. Albery and A.R. Hillman, ARCH V 78C, Ch 10, pp 377-437, 1982.

Hydrogen
A.J. Appleby, H. Kita, M. Chemla, and G. Bronoel, EECE V 9A, Ch 3, pp 383-597, 1982.

Electrochemical engineering of electroorganic processes: illustrated by an energy assessment of some large-tonnage process chemicals
T. Beck, R. Alkire, N.L. Weinberg, R. Ruggeri, and M. Stadtherr, TEOS V 3, Ch 9, pp 423-490, 1982.

Mechanism of electrode reactions of intermediates
V.A. Benderskii and A.A. Ovchinnikov, APHC Ch 3, pp 96-147, 1982.

Batteries (molten salts)
E.J. Cairns, MSTN Ch 11, pp 287-321, 1982.

Design of a multipurpose, modularized electrochemical cell (electroorganic synthesis)
L. Carlsson, H. Holmberg, B. Johansson, and A. Nilsson, TEOS V 3, Ch 3, pp 179-194, 1982.

The Phillips electrochemical fluorination process (electroorganic synthesis)
W.V. Childs, TEOS V 3, Ch 7, pp 341-384, 1982.

Electrochemical engineering principles as related to electroorganic processes
D.-T. Chin and C.Y. Cheng, TEOS V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-79, 1982.

Analytical polarographic separation of Cu(II)-Cd and Cu(II)-Ni by differential complexation with salicyclic acid and iminodiacetic acid
V.K. Chitale and K.S. Pitre, RACH V 6, pp 177-184, 1982.

The alkali metals (molten salts)
W.E. Cowley, MSTN Ch 3, pp 57-90, 1982.

Experience in the scale-up of the Monsanto adiponitrile process
D.E. Danly and C.R. Campbell, TEOS V 3, Ch 6, pp 283-339, 1982.

Scale-up of electroorganic processes: some examples for a comparison of electrochemical syntheses with conventional syntheses
D. Degner, TEOS V 3, Ch 5, pp 251-282, 1982.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids
R. De Wachter and W. Fiers, GEN1 Ch 3, pp 77-116, 1982.

Electron-transfer reactions in organic chemistry
L. Eberson, APOC V 18, Ch 2, pp 79-185, 1982.

Performance of two-phase-electrolyte electrolysis (electroorganic synthesis)
H. Feess and H. Wendt, TEOS V 3, Ch 2, pp 81-177, 1982.

Bioelectrochemistry-electrophysiology-electrobiology
E. Findl, MAEC V 14, Ch 7, pp 509-555, 1982.

Electron energy levels in semiconductor electrochemistry
W.P. Gomes and F. Cardon, PRSS V 12, pp 155-216, 1982.

Electrophoresis of nucleoproteins
G.H. Goodwin and A.E. Dahlberg, GEN1 Ch 6, pp 199-225, 1982.

Gel electrophoresis of RNA
D. Grierson, GEN1 Ch 1, pp 1-38, 1982.

Status of research on ozone generation by electrolysis
P.C. Foller, HOTA V 1, Ch 4, pp 85-102, 1982.

Iron
K.E. Heusler, EECE V 9A, Ch 2, pp 229-381, 1982.

Characterization of aqueous colloids by their electrical double-layer and intrinsic surface chemical properties
R.O. James and G.A. Parks, SACS V 12, Ch 2, pp 119-216, 1982.

Potentiometric stripping analysis
S. Jaya and T.P. Rao, RACH V 6, pp 343-357, 1982.

Analytical electrochemistry: theory and instrumentation of dynamic techniques
D.C. Johnson, ACAR V 54, pp 9R-19R, 1982.

Visible light induced cleavage of water into hydrogen and oxygen in colloidal and microheterogeneus systems
K. Kalyanasundaram, J. Kiwi, and M. Gratzel, STAB V 49, pp 37-125, 1982.

Economics of electroorganic synthesis
K.B. Keating and V.D. Sutlic, TEOS V 3, Ch 10, pp 491-516, 1982.

Electrochemical behavior of titanium
E.J. Kelly, MAEC V 14, Ch 5, pp 319-42, 1982.

The treatment of metals (molten salts)
D.H. Kerridge and D.G. Lovering, MSTN Ch 6, pp 123-152, 1982.

Photoelectrical kinetics and related devices
S.U.M. Khan and J.O'M. Bockris, MAEC V 14, Ch 3, pp 151-193, 1982.

Small-particle effects and structural considerations for electrocatalysis
K. Kinoshita, MAEC V 14, Ch 8, pp 557-637, 1982.

The theory of the development of pitting corrosion
Y.M. Kolotyrkin, Y.A. Popov, and Y.V. Alekseev, APHC Ch 1, pp 11-59, 1982.

Amperometric titration of trace amounts of Sm3+ and Gd3+ with methyl thymol blue
S.C. Lavale and K.S. Pitre, RACH V 6, pp 169-176, 1982.

Voltammetric methods for the study of adsorbed species
E. Laviron, EACH V 12, Ch 2, pp 53-157, 1982.

Processing d- and f-block metals and B-group elements (molten salts)
D.G. Lovering and D.E. Williams, MSTN Ch 3, pp 91-110, 1982.

Impedance measurements in electrochemical systems
D.D. Macdonald and M.C.H. McCubre, MAEC V 14, Ch 2, pp 61-150, 1982.

New approaches to atmospheric corrosion research using electrochemical techniques
F. Mansfeld, COPR Ch 1, pp 1-76, 1982.

Anomalously intense Raman scattering from molecules adsorbed on metals
V.V. Marinyuk, R.M. Lazorenko-Manevich, and Y.M. Kolotyrkin, APHC Ch 4, pp 148-191, 1982.

Structural properties of membrane ionomers
K.A. Mauritz and A.J. Hopfinger, MAEC V 14, Ch 6, pp 425-508, 1982.

Ion-selective electrodes
M.E. Meyerhoff and Y.M. Fraticelli, ACAR V 54, pp 27R-44R, 1982.

Ionic carbides (molten salts)
D.R. Morris, MSTN Ch 7, pp 153-183, 1982.

Fundamental and applied aspects of anodic chlorine production
D.M. Novak, B.V. Tilak, and B.E. Conway, MAEC V 14, Ch 4, pp 195-318,1982.

Automatic electrochemical analysis: Part 1
E. Pungor, Z. Feher, G. Nagy, and K. Toth, CRAC V 14, pp 53-91, 1982.

Automatic electrochemical analysis: Part 2
E. Pungor, Z. Feher, G. Nagy, and K. Toth, CRAC V 14, pp 175-230, 1982.

Analytical electrochemistry: methodology and application of dynamic techniques
M.D. Ryan and G.S. Wilson, ACAR V 54, pp 20R-27R, 1982.

Electro-organic chemistry
M. Sainsbury, ARCH V 78B, Ch 6, pp 117-131, 1982.

Electrophoresis of DNA
P.G. Sealey and E.M. Southern, GEN1 Ch 2, pp 39-76, 1982.

Fuel cells (molten salts)
J.R. Selman and L.G. Marianowski, MSTN Ch 12, pp 323-393, 1982.

Flow electrolysis with extended-surface electrodes
R.E. Sioda and K.B. Keating, EACH V 12, Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1982.

Ion-selective electrodes in biomedical analysis
R.L. Solsky, CRAC V 14, pp 1-52, 1982.

Amperometric, bipotentiometric and coulometric titration
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 54, pp 1R-9R, 1982.

Electrochemical detection in high-performance liquid chromatography
K. Stulik and V. Pacakova, CRAC V 14, pp 297-351, 1982.

Electrode materials (electroorganic synthesis)
B.V. Tilak, S. Sarangapani, and N.L. Weinberg, TEOS V 3, Ch 4, pp 195-249, 1982.

Photoelectrochemical energy conversion involving transition metal d-states and intercalation of layer compounds
H. Tributsch, STAB V 49, pp 127-175, 1982.

Use of rotating electrodes for small-scale electroorganic processes
H.V.K. Udupa and K.S. Udupa, TEOS V 3, Ch 8, pp 385-422, 1982.

Coulostatic pulse techniques
H.P. van Leewen, EACH V 12, Ch 3, pp 159-238, 1982.

Bioelectrocatalysis, the acceleration of electrode reactions with enzymes
S.D. Varfolomeev and I.V. Berezin, APHC Ch 2, pp 60-95, 1982.

Aluminum extraction (molten salts)
G.A. Wolstenholme, MSTN Ch 2, pp 13-55, 1982.

Mercury
P.K. Wrona and Z. Galus, EECE V 9A, Ch 1, pp 1-227, 1982.

Precise coulometric titration–an approach to the highest accuracy
T. Yoshimori, RACH V 6, pp 13-48, 1982.

Ultrasonic vibration potentials
R. Zana and E.B. Yeager, MAEC V 14, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1982.


1983

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Secondary lithium cells
K.M. Abraham and S.B. Brummer, LIB1 Ch 14, pp 371-406, 1983.

The sulfur electrode in molten polysulfide and in thiocyanate melts
D.A. Aikens, SEFS Ch 4, pp 151-190, 1983.

Analytical isoelectric focusing on cellulose acetate membranes and agarose thin layers (electrophoresis)
J. Ambler, EPHT Ch 4, pp 81-100, 1983.

Repassivation kinetics
J.R. Ambrose, CAPP Ch 4, pp 179-204, 1983.

Oxidative coupling (organic electrochemistry)
J.T. Andersson and J.H. Stocker, OEC2 Ch 21, pp 691-726, 1983.

Stereochemistry of organic electrode processes
J.T. Andersson, J.H. Stocker and L. Horner, OEC2 Ch 29, pp 903-956, 1983.

Electrocatalysis
A.J. Appleby, CTEC V 7, Ch 4, pp 173-239, 1983.

α, β-unsaturated carbonyls (cathodic organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer and L.G. Feoktistov, OEC2 Ch 10, pp 359-373, 1983.

Electrolytic reductive coupling (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC2 Ch 20, pp 639-689, 1983.

Challenges and opportunities (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC2 Ch 32, pp 1031-1045, 1983.

The application of a microprocessor to dissolved oxygen measurement instrumentation (polarographic oxygen sensors)
I. Bals and J.M. Hale, POXS Ch I.11, pp 102-107, 1983.

Lithium-cupric oxide cells
R. Bates and Y. Jumel, LIB1 Ch 4, pp 73-95, 1983.

Microcoaxial needle sensor for polarographic measurement of local O2 pressure in the cellular range of living tissue. Its construction and properties
H. Baumgartl and D.W. Lubbers, POXS Ch I.4, pp 37-65, 1983.

Electrochemical polymerization
S.N. Bhadani and G. Parravano, OEC2 Ch 31, pp 995-1029, 1983.

The catalytic hydrogenation of organic compounds – a comparison between the gas-phase, liquid-phase, and electrochemical routes
M.D. Birkett, A.T. Kuhn, and G.C. Bond, CSPR V 6, Ch 3, pp 61-89, 1983.

Detergent-immunoelectrophoresis, general principles and methodology
O.J. Bjerrum, EIMP Ch 1, pp 3-44, 1983.

Membrane protein fractionation, planning and monitoring by means of electroimmunoprecipitation methods
O.J. Bjerrum and E. Gianazza, EIMP Ch 6, pp 127-155, 1983.

Properties, structure and conductivity of organic and inorganic electrolytes for lithium battery systems
G.E. Blomgren, LIB1 Ch 2, pp 13-41, 1983.

Lithium-bismuth metal oxide cell
M. Broussely and Y. Jumel, LIB1 Ch 5, pp 97-114, 1983.

Electrolytes (polarographic oxygen sensors)
R. Bucher, POXS Ch I.5, pp 66-72, 1983.

Deposition and dissolution of metals and alloys, electrocrystallization
E.B. Budevski, CTEC V 7, Ch 7A, pp 399-450, 1983.

A double-membrane sterilizable oxygen sensor (polarographic oxygen sensors)
H. Buhler, POXS Ch I.7, pp 76-80, 1983.

Basic concepts (organic electrochemistry)
G. Cauquis, OEC2 Ch 2, pp 11-76, 1983.

Classified bibliography (organic electrochemistry)
G. Cauquis and D. Serve, OEC2 App. 1, pp 1047-1053, 1983.

Porous electrodes
Yu.A. Chizmadzev and Yu.G. Chirkov, CTEC V 6, Ch 5, pp 317-391, 1983.

Lithium-iron disulfide cells
M.B. Clark, LIB1 Ch 6, pp 115-136, 1983.

Ionic interactions and activity behavior of electrolyte solutions
B.E. Conway, CTEC V 5, Ch 2, pp 111-222, 1983.

Industrial electroorganic chemistry
D.E. Danly, OEC2 Ch 30, pp 959-994, 1983.

Ionic solvation
J.E. Desnoyers and C. Jolicoeur, CTEC V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-109, 1983.

Deposition and dissolution of metals and alloys, mechanism, kinetics, texture, and morphology
A.R. Despic, CTEC V 7, Ch 7B, pp 451-528, 1983.

Cathodic reactions of hydrocarbons
R. Dietz, OEC2 Ch 6, pp 237-258, 1983.

Quantum electrochemical kinetics: continuum theory
R.R. Dogonadze and A.M. Kuznetsov, CTEC V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-40, 1983.

Electrochemical engineering: theory
F.M. Donahue, ECPD V 17, pp 291-307, 1983.

Electrochemical process design and operation
R.L. Dotson, ECPD V 17, pp 307-330, 1983.

Carboxylic acids and derivatives (cathodic organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson and J.H.P. Utley, OEC2 Ch 11, pp 375-391, 1983.

Hydrocarbons (anodic organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson and J.H.P. Utley, OEC2 Ch 13, pp 409-434, 1983.

Carboxylic acids (anodic organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson and J.H.P. Utley, OEC2 Ch 14, pp 435-462, 1983.

Anodic substitution (organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson and J.H.P. Utley, OEC2 Ch 23, pp 775-804, 1983.

Comparison between electrochemical and analogous chemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson and T. Shono, OEC2 Ch 28, pp 887-901, 1983.

Hydrogen electrode reaction on electrocatalytically active metals
M. Enyo, CTEC V 7, Ch 5, pp 241-300, 1983.

Electrophoresis
F.M. Everaerts, F.E.P. Mikkers, T.P.E.M. Verheggen, and J. Vacik, CEP4 Ch 9, pp A331-A368, 1983.

Analytical isotachophoresis (electrophoresis)
F.M. Everaerts and T.P.E.M. Verheggen, EPHT Ch 7, pp 149-196, 1983.

Electrochemical characterization of chemical systems
L.R. Faulkner, PMMC V 3, Ch 3, pp 137-248, 1983.

Recent development in isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
J.S. Fawcett, EPHT Ch 3, pp 57-80, 1983.

Electroplating
N. Feldstein and F.A. Lowenheim, ECPD V 17, pp 375-408, 1983.

Reduction of halogenated organic compounds
L.G. Feoktistov, OEC2 Ch 7, pp 259-284, 1983.

Saturated carbonyl compounds and derivatives (cathodic organic electrochemistry)
L.G. Feoktistov and H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 9, pp 315-358, 1983.

Electronic circuits for polarographic oxygen sensors
H. Forstner, POXS Ch I.10, pp 90-101, 1983.

Lithium-carbon monofluoride cells
M. Fukada and T. Iijima, LIB1 Ch 9, pp 211-239, 1983.

Lithium battery systems: an overview
J.P. Gabano, LIB1 Ch 1, pp 1-11, 1983.

The use of ac techniques in the study of corrosion and passivity
C. Gabrielli, M. Keddam, and H. Takenouti, CAPP Ch 7, pp 395-451, 1983.

Porous flow-through and fluidized-bed electrodes
F. Goodridge and A.R. Wright, CTEC V 6, Ch 6, pp 393-443, 1983.

A polarographic oxygen sensor designed for sewage work and field application
W. Grabner, POXS Ch I.9, pp 86-89, 1983.

Interfacial charge transfer reactions in colloidal dispersions and their application to water cleavage by visible light
M. Gratzel, MAEC V 15, Ch 2, pp 83-165, 1983.

Electrodialysis and electro-osmosis
H.P. Gregor, ECPD V 17, pp 349-363, 1983.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
J. Grimshaw and D. Pletcher, ESPR V 8, Ch 5, pp 171-252, 1983.

Photoelectrochemistry of semiconductors
Y.Y. Gurevich and Y.V. Pleskov, SCSM V 19, Ch 4, pp 255-328, 1983.

The electrochemical splitting of water
F. Gutmann and O. J. Murphy, MAEC V 15, Ch 1, pp 1-82, 1983.

Factors influencing the stability of polarographic oxygen sensors
J.M. Hale, POXS Ch I.1, pp 3-17, 1983.

The action of hydrogen sulfide on polarographic oxygen sensors
J.M. Hale, POXS Ch I.6, pp 73-75, 1983.

Methods for the elucidation of organic electrochemical reactions
O. Hammerich, B. Svensmark, and V.D. Parker, OEC2 Ch 3, pp 77-150, 1983.

Anodic oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
O. Hammerich, OEC2 Ch 16, pp 485-517, 1983.

Preparative displacement electrophoresis
F. Hampson, EPHT Ch 9, pp 215-230, 1983.

Preparative isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
F. Hampson, EPHT Ch 10, pp 231-251, 1983.

The electrochemistry of porous electrodes: flooded, static (natural) electrodes
N.A. Hampson and J.S. McNeil, ESPR V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-53, 1983.

Survey of chromatography and electrophoresis
E. Heftmann, CEP4 Ch 1, pp A1-A18, 1983.

History of chromatography and electrophoresis
E. Heftmann, CEP4 Ch 2, pp A19-A26, 1983.

Recent progress in the theory of the electric double layer
D. Henderson, PRSS V 13, pp 197-224, 1983.

Calibration and accuracy of polarographic oxygen sensors
M.L. Hitchman, POXS Ch I.2, pp 18-30, 1983.

Thermdynamic consideration of permeability coefficients of membranes (polarographic oxygen sensors)
M.L. Hitchman and E. Gnaiger, POXS Ch I.3, pp 31-36, 1983.

Onium compounds (cathodic organic electrochemistry)
L. Horner, OEC2 Ch 12, pp 393-405, 1983.

Cleavages (organic electrochemistry)
L. Horner and H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 22, pp 727-774, 1983.

Fundamentals of transport phenomena in electrolytic systems
N. Ibl, CTEC V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-63, 1983.

Convective mass transport
N. Ibl and O. Dossenbach, CTEC V 6, Ch 3, pp 133-237, 1983.

Current distribution
N. Ibl, CTEC V 6, Ch 4, pp 239-315, 1983.

Lithium-manganese dioxide cells
H. Ikeda, LIB1 Ch 8, pp 169-210, 1983.

Electrochemistry in molten salts
D. Inman and D.G. Lovering, CTEC V 7, Ch 9, pp 593-640, 1983.

Photoelectron-transfer catalysis: its connections with thermal and electrochemical analogues
M. Julliard and M. Chanon, CHRE V 83, pp 425-506, 1983.

Conductance of electrolyte solutions
J.-C. Justice, CTEC V 5, Ch 3, pp 223-337, 1983.

Progress of electroanalytical chemistry in the People's Republic of China (1949-1979) Part I, Fundamental researches
H. Kao, RACH V 7, pp 5-26, 1983.

Progress of electroanalytical chemistry in the People's Republic of China (1949-1979) Part III, Polarographic catalytic waves
S.-S. Kao, RACH V 7, pp 56-75, 1983.

Oscillographic titrations
H. Kao, RACH V 7, pp 127-151, 1983.

Sulfur vapor–thermodynamics and electrodes
H. Keller and H. Rickert, SEFS Ch 1, pp 1-34, 1983.

Some fundamental aspects of electrode processes
S.U.M. Khan, MAEC V 15, Ch 5, pp 305-350, 1983.

Molecular aspects of quantum electrode kinetics
S.U.M. Khan and J.O'M. Bockris, CTEC V 7, Ch 2, pp 41-86, 1983.

Gel immunoelectrophoresis
J. Kohn, EPHT Ch 6, pp 119-148, 1983.

Kinetics of electrochemical reactions at metal-solution interfaces
L.I. Krishtalik, CTEC V 7, Ch 3, pp 87-172, 1983.

Modern polarographic (voltammetric) techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology. Part 1, Theory and applications in the analysis of low-molecular weight substances
J. Kuta and E. Palecek, TBEB V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-63, 1983.

Sodium and sodium alloys
C.H. Lemke, KOE3 V 21, pp 181-204, 1983.

Proton solvation and proton transfer in chemical end electrochemical processes
S. Lengyel and B.E. Conway, CTEC V 5, Ch 4, pp 339-398, 1983.

Sodium-sulfur cells with glass electrolyte
C.A. Levine, SEFS Ch 8, pp 327-338, 1983.

Anodic oxidation of amines (organic electrochemistry)
R. Lines, OEC2 Ch 15, pp 463-483, 1983.

Practical problems in electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 5, pp 161-233, 1983.

Cathodic reduction of nitro compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 8, pp 285-313, 1983.

Electrolysis of heterocyclic compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 18, pp 533-589, 1983.

Amalgam reductions (indirect electroorganic reactions)
H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 25, pp 829-842, 1983.

Use of the solvated electron (indirect electroorganic reactions)
H. Lund, OEC2 Ch 27, pp 873-885, 1983.

Electrodes: industrial
I. Malkin, ECPD V 17, pp 330-349, 1983.

Electrochemistry of sulfur in strongly acidic media
R. Marassi and G. Mamantov, SEFS Ch 5, pp 191-217, 1983.

Diffusion in the absence of convection: steady state and nonsteady state
S.L. Marchiano and A.J. Arvia, CTEC V 6, Ch 2, pp 65-132, 1983.

Lithium-copper(II) sulfide cells
N. Margalit, LIB1 Ch 7, pp 137-168, 1983.

Lithium batteries with liquid depolarizers
N. Marincic, MAEC V 15, Ch 3, pp 167-233, 1983.

Physical mechanism of intercalation
W.R. McKinnon and R.R. Haering, MAEC V 15, Ch 4, pp 235-304, 1983.

Processes at semiconductor electrodes
R. Memming, CTEC V 7, Ch 8, pp 529-592, 1983.

Construction of polarographic oxygen sensor in the laboratory
T.J. Mickel, L.B. Quetin, and J.J. Childress, POXS Ch I.8, pp 81-85, 1983.

The extraction of metals by molten salt electrolysis of sulfides
N.Q. Minh and N.P. Yao, AMSC V 5, Ch 4, pp 231-276, 1983.

Spectroelectrochemistry (molten salts)
V.E. Norvell and G. Mamantov, MSTE V 1, Ch 7, pp 151-176, 1983.

The topological arrangement of proteins in membranes determined by electroimmunochemical methods
P. Owen, EIMP Ch 3, pp 55-76, 1983.

Modern polarographic (voltammetric) techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology. Part 2, Analysis of macromolecules
E. Palecek, TBEB V 5, Ch 2, pp 65-155, 1983.

Structure and thermodynamics of molten salts
G.N. Papatheodorou, CTEC V 5, Ch 6, pp 399-461, 1983.

The study of reactive intermediates by electrochemical methods (organic electrochemistry)
V.D. Parker, APOC V 19, Ch 2, pp 131-222, 1983.

Lithium stability and film formation in organic and inorganic electrolytes for lithium battery systems
E. Peled, LIB1 Ch 3, pp 43-72, 1983.

The electrochemistry of transition-metal complexes
C.J. Pickett, ESPR V 8, Ch 3, pp 81-125, 1983.

Radioimmunoelectrophoretic analysis of membrane antigens
T. Plesner, M. Wilken, and S. Avnstrom, EIMP Ch 2, pp 45-54, 1983.

Ultra-thin-layer isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
B.J. Radola, EPHT Ch 5, pp 101-118, 1983.

Basic theory of electrophoresis: definitions, terminology, and comparison of basic techniques
H. Rilbe, EPHT Ch 1, pp 1-25, 1983.

Lithium-metal chromate cells
J.P. Rivault and M. Broussely, LIB1 Ch 10, pp 241-263, 1983.

Electrode processes in molten salts
J. Robinson, ESPR V 8, Ch 2, pp 54-80, 1983.

Anodic fluorination (organic electrochemistry)
I.N. Rozhkov, OEC2 Ch 24, pp 805-825, 1983.

Organic electrode processes: kinetics, mechanism, and prospects for commercial development
E.J. Rudd and B.E. Conway, CTEC V 7, Ch 10, pp 641-771, 1983.

Electro-organic chemistry
M. Sainsbury, ARCH V 79B, Ch 6, pp 107-123, 1983.

The electrochemistry of oxygen
D.J. Schiffrin, ESPR V 8, Ch 4, pp 126-170, 1983.

Lithium-oxyhalide cells
C.R. Schlaikjer, LIB1 Ch 13, pp 303-370, 1983.

Phenomenological and molecular aspects of bioelectrogenesis
E. Schoffeniels and D.-G. Margineanu, TBEB V 5, Ch 5, pp 261-305, 1983.

Electrochemistry of sulfur in halide melts
J.R. Selman and M.L. Saboungi, SEFS Ch 3, pp 81-150, 1983.

Molten-salt battery cells with sulfur or metal sulfide electrodes
J.R. Selman, SEFS Ch 6, pp 219-234, 1983.

Solid electrolyte lithium cells
K. Shali, J.B. Wagner, and B.B. Owens, LIB1 Ch 15, pp 407-448, 1983.

Electrochemistry of bilayer lipid membranes
F.A. Siddiqi and H Ti Tien, TBEB V 5, Ch 3, pp 157-224, 1983.

Electrogenerated reagents (indirect electroorganic reactions)
J. Simonet, OEC2 Ch 26, pp 843-871, 1983.

Preparative isotachophoresis (electrophoresis)
C.F. Simpson and M. Whittaker, EPHT Ch 8, pp 197-213, 1983.

Electroimmunochemical quantification of membrane antigens in tissue biopsies
H. Skovbjerg, EIMP Ch 5, pp 117-125, 1983.

Electrolytic recovery of chlorine from hydrogen chloride
W.J. Stockmans, ECPD V 17, pp 363-375, 1983.

The sodium-sulfur battery with β-alumina electrolyte
J.L. Sudworth and A.R. Tilley, SEFS Ch 7, pp 235-325, 1983.

Anodic oxidation of sulfur-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
B. Svensemark, OEC2 Ch 17, pp 519-530, 1983.

Bioelectrocatalysis: enzymes as catalysts of electrochemical reactions
M.R. Tarasevich and V.A. Bogdanovskaya, TBEB V 5, Ch 4, pp 225-260, 1983.

Oxygen electrochemistry
M.R. Tarasevich, A. Sadkowski, and E. Yeager, CTEC V 7, Ch 6, pp 301-398, 1983.

Anodic films on aluminum
G.E. Thompson and G.C. Wood, CAPP Ch 5, pp 205-329, 1983.

Free-flow electrophoresis
A.R. Thomson, EPHT Ch 11, pp 253-274, 1983.

Gas-evolving electrodes
H. Vogt, CTEC V 6, Ch 7, pp 445-489, 1983.

Lithium-vanadium pentoxide cells
C.R. Walk, LIB1 Ch 11, pp 265-280, 1983.

Lithium-sulfur dioxide cells
C.R. Walk, LIB1 Ch 12, pp 281-302, 1983.

Progress of electroanalytical chemistry in the People's Republic of China (1949-1979) Part II, Polarographic analysis (new techniques and new methods)
E.-K. Wang and Y.-H. Chang, RACH V 7, pp 27-55, 1983.

Progress of electroanalytical chemistry in the People's Republic of China (1949-1979) Part IV, Ion selective electrodes
H.-C. Wang, RACH V 7, pp 76-90, 1983.

Organoelemental and coordination compounds (organic electrochemistry)
D.A. White, OEC2 Ch 19, pp 591-636, 1983.

Electrophoretic methods for molecular characterization of proteins
M. Whittaker and C.F. Simpson, EPHT Ch 2, pp 27-56, 1983.

Progress of electroanalytical chemistry in the People's Republic of China (1949-1979) Part V, Coulometric analysis
H.-Y. Yan, RACH V 7, pp 91-107, 1983.

Relation between micro and macro phenomena (organic electrochemistry)
P. Zuman, OEC2 Ch 4, pp 151-157, 1983.


1984

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Electrocatalytic properties of the surfaces modified by foreign metal adatoms
R.R. Adzic, AEEE V 13, Ch 4, pp 159-260, 1984.

History of electric vehicles
A. Aldous, PSEV Ch 3, pp 47-53, 1984.

Surfaces, cells, and solutions for kinetic studies
H. Angerstein-Kozlowska, CTEC V 9, Ch 2, pp 15-59, 1984.

Overview of performances of candidate fuel-cell systems (for electric vehicles)
A.J. Appleby and P.N. Ross, PSEV Ch 9, pp 887-899, 1984.

Ion-selective electrodes
M.A. Arnold and M.E. Meyerhoff, ACAR V 56, pp 20R-48R, 1984.

Lithium oxyhalide batteries
J.J. Auborn and H.V. Venkatasetty, LIBT Ch 5, pp 127-137, 1984.

On the investigation of electrochemical reactions by the application of turbulent hydrodynamics
F. Barz, C. Bernstein, and W. Vielstich, AEEE V 13, Ch 5, pp 261-353, 1984.

Heteroaromatic compounds
H. Baumgartel and K.-J. Retzlav, EECE V 15, Ch 2, pp 167-317, 1984.

Aqueous electrolyte batteries - zinc/halogen
R.J. Bellows and P.G. Grimes, PSEV Ch 5.5, pp 621-655, 1984.

Zinc/air cells (primary batteries)
S.F. Bender and J.W. Cretzmeyer, HBA1 Ch 10, pp 10.1-10.24, 1984.

Spin-activated reserve batteries
A.A. Benderly, HBA1 Ch 37, pp 37.1-37.9, 1984.

Secondary hybrid cells (modern batteries)
F. Bonino and M. Lazzari, MBA1 Ch 8, pp 227-239, 1984.

Secondary aqueous electrolyte cells (modern batteries)
F. Bonino and C.A. Vincent, MBA1 Ch 4, pp 95-135, 1984.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis: a guide for the beginner
R. Bravo, TDEP Ch 1, pp 3-36, 1984.

Medical batteries (lithium batteries)
K.R. Brennen and B.B. Owen, LIBT Ch 6, pp 139-158, 1984.

Lithium sulfur dioxide batteries
P. Bro and S.C. Levy, LIBT Ch 4, pp 79-126, 1984.

Electrochemical principles and reactions (batteries)
J. Broadhead, HBA1 Ch 2, pp 2.1-2.34, 1984.

Iron electrode batteries (secondary batteries)
R.J. Brodd, HBA1 Ch 20, pp 20.1-20.22, 1984.

Application of electrochemistry to pharmaceutical analysis
M.A. Brooks, LTE1 Ch 21, pp 569-609, 1984.

Ambient-temperature rechargeable lithium cells
S.B. Brummer, LIBT Ch 7, pp 159-177, 1984.

Electrochemistry of ion-selective electrodes
R.P. Buck, CTEC V 8, Ch 3, pp 137-248, 1984.

Laboratory tests of electric vehicle batteries
A.F. Burke, PSEV Ch 11, pp 931-974, 1984.

Vehicle tests with electric vehicle batteries
A.F. Burke, PSEV Ch 12, pp 975-1005, 1984.

High-temperature lithium batteries
E.J. Cairns, LIBT Ch 8, pp 179-204, 1984.

The statistical mechanics of the electrical double layer
S.L. Carnie and G.M. Torrie, ACHP V 56, pp 141-253, 1984.

Surface-enhanced Raman scattering and nonlinear optics applied to electrochemistry
R.K. Chang and B.L. Laube, CRSM V 12, pp 1-73, 1984.

Silver-hydrogen batteries (secondary batteries
A. Charkey and M. Klein, HBA1 Ch 23, pp 23.1-23.7, 1984.

Ambient-temperature lithium anode reserve batteries
D.L. Chua, W.J. Eppley, and R.J. Horning, HBA1 Ch 39, pp 39.1-39.17, 1984.

Electrochemical surface science: the study of monolayers of ad-atoms and solvent molecules at charged metal interfaces
B.E. Conway, PRSS V 16, pp 1-138, 1984.

Constant-current coulometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.J. Curran, LTE1 Ch 20, pp 539-568, 1984.

Electrochemical observations of single molecular events
R. de Levie, AEEE V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-67, 1984.

Future of electric vehicles
R.M. Dell, PSEV Ch 13, pp 1007-1030, 1984.

Zinc/silver oxide reserve batteries
J.M. Dines and E.M. Morse, HBA1 Ch 36, pp 36.1-36.14, 1984.

Bioelectrochemistry of cell surfaces
K. Dolowy, PRSS V 15, pp 245-368, 1984.

Carbon electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
G. Dryhurst and D.L. McAllister, LTE1 Ch 10, pp 289-319, 1984.

Nickel-hydrogen batteries (secondary batteries)
J.D. Dunlop, HBA1 Ch 22, pp 22.1-22.17, 1984.

Non-steady state techniques (for electrode kinetics)
I. Epelboin, C. Gabrielli, and M. Keddam, CTEC V 9, Ch 3, pp 61-175, 1984.

Vented sintered-plate nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
J.M. Evjenk and A.J. Catotti, HBA1 Ch 17, pp 17.1-17.30, 1984.

Vented pocket plate nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
S.U. Falk, HBA1 Ch 16, pp 16.1-16.14, 1984.

General characteistics (of fuel cells)
A.P. Fickett, HBA1 Ch 41, pp 41.3-41.15, 1984.

Utility fuel cell power plants
A.P. Fickett, HBA1 Ch 43, pp 43.1-43.33, 1984.

Rotating disk and ring-disk electrodes
V.Yu. Filinovsky and Yu.V. Pleskov, CTEC V 9, Ch 5, pp 293-352, 1984.

Raman spectroscopy
M. Fleischmann and I.R. Hill, CTEC V 8, Ch 6, pp 373-432, 1984.

Electrochemistry in the dry box (electroanalytical chemistry)
S.N. Frank and S.-M. Park, LTE1 Ch 15, pp 403-415, 1984.

Zinc-carbon (Leclanche) cell (primary batteries)
K. Franzese and N. Bharucha, HBA1 Ch 5, pp 5.1-5.42, 1984.

Solvents and supporting electrolytes (electroanalytical chemistry)
A.J. Fry and W.E. Britton, LTE1 Ch 13, pp 337-366, 1984.

Cosmetics (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
S. Fukushima, EPI1 Ch 15, pp 369-3855, 1984.

Mercury electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
Z. Galus, LTE1 Ch 9, pp 267-288, 1984.

Selected aspects of transition metal electrochemistry (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.E. Geiger, LTE1 Ch 18, pp 483-498, 1984.

Non-aqueous electrolyte batteries - high-temperature batteries
R.W. Glazebrook, PSEV Ch 6.1, pp 657-692, 1984.

Principles and techniques of electrochemical-electron resonance experiments (electroanalytical chemistry)
I.B. Goldberg and T.M. McKinney, LTE1 Ch 24, pp 675-728, 1984.

Ellipsometry
R. Greef, CTEC V 8, Ch 5, pp 339-371, 1984.

Organic electrochemistry--synthetic aspects
J. Grimshaw, ESPR V 9, Ch 5, pp 222-245, 1984.

Surface electricity
S. Hachisu, EPI1 Ch 1, pp 1-14, 1984.

Electrokinetics
S. Hachisu, EPI1 Ch 4, pp 99-117, 1984.

Sealed lead-acid batteries (secondary batteries)
R.O. Hammel, HBA1 Ch 15, pp 15.1-15.29, 1984.

Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA) and electrode surface chemistry
J.S. Hammond and N. Winograd, CTEC V 8, Ch 8, pp 445-456, 1984.

The electrochemistry of porous electrodes: flow-through and three-phase electrodes
N.A. Hampson and A.J.S. McNeil, ESPR V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-65, 1984.

Electrochemical cells (electroanalytical chemistry)
F.M. Hawkridge, LTE1 Ch 12, pp 337-366, 1984.

Electrochemical evaluation of the mechanisms of organic reactions through examples (electroanalytical chemistry)
M.D. Hawley, LTE1 Ch 17, pp 463-481, 1984.

Spectroelectrochemistry at optically transparent electrodes. II. Electrode under thin-layer and semi-infinite diffusion conditions and indirect coulometric titrations
W.R. Heineman, F.M. Hawkridge, and H.N. Blount, EACH V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-113, 1984.

Large-amplitude controlled-potential techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, LTE1 Ch 3, pp 51-127, 1984.

Large-amplitude controlled-current techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, LTE1 Ch 4, pp 129-142, 1984.

Electrochemical preconcentration (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.R. Heineman, H.B. Mark, J.A. Wise, and D.A. Roston, LTE1 Ch 19, pp 499-538, 1984.

Hydrogen evolving solar cells
A. Heller, CARE V 26, pp 655-681, 1984.

Photoelectrochemical cells based on polycrystalline semiconductors
G. Hodes, S.J. Fonash, A. Heller, and B. Miller, AEEE V 13, Ch 3, pp 113-158, 1984.

Conductivity and conductometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
F.J. Holler and C.G. Enke, LTE1 Ch 8, pp 235-266, 1984.

Fuel cells - alkaline systems
E. Jenning Taylor and S. Srinivasan, PSEV Ch 8.3, pp 839-885, 1984.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.C. Johnson, M.D. Ryan, and G.S. Wilson, ACAR V 56, pp 7R-20R, 1984.

Application of electron microscopy to electrochemical analysis
D.J. Kampe, CTEC V 8, Ch 10, pp 475-493, 1984.

Reproduction in copying and electrophoretic displays
S. Karasawa, EPI1 Ch 18, pp 413-436, 1984.

Electron spin resonance
B. Kastening, CTEC V 8, Ch 7, pp 433-443, 1984.

Tracer methods in electrochemical studies
V.E. Kazarinov and V.N. Andreev, CTEC V 9, Ch 7, pp 393-443, 1984.

Vacuum-line techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
C.P. Keszthelyi, LTE1 Ch 14, pp 383-401, 1984.

Fundamental concepts of analytical electrochemistry
P.T. Kissinger, C.R. Preddy, R.E. Shoup, and W.R. Heineman, LTE1 Ch 2, pp 9-49, 1984.

Small-amplitude and related controlled-potential techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
P.T. Kissinger, LTE1 Ch 5, pp 143-161, 1984.

Introduction to analog instrumentation (electroanalytical chemistry)
P.T. Kissinger, LTE1 Ch 6, pp 163-192, 1984.

Electrochemical detection in liquid chromatography and flow injection analysis
P.T. Kissinger, LTE1 Ch 22, pp 611-635, 1984.

Nonaqueous systems (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
A. Kitahara, EPI1 Ch 5, pp 119-143, 1984.

Electrokinetic measurements
S. Kittaka, K. Furusawa, M. Ozaki, T. Orimoto, and A. Kitahara, EPI1 Ch 7, pp 183-224, 1984.

Nickel-zinc batteries (secondary batteries)
M. Klein, HBA1 Ch 19, pp 19.1-19.21, 1984.

Electrokinetic phenomena in biological systems
T. Kondo, EPI1 Ch 17, pp 397-412, 1984.

Water activated batteries (reserve batteries)
R.F. Koontz, HBA1 Ch 34, pp 34.1-34.25, 1984.

Alkaline manganese dioxide cells (primary batteries)
K.V. Kordesch, HBA1 Ch 7, pp 7.1-7.17, 1984.

Battery/fuel-cell hybrid electric vehicles
K.V. Kordesch and C. Fabjan, PSEV Ch 10, pp 901-929, 1984.

Electrochemical detectors for liquid chromatography
A.M. Krstulovic, H. Colin, and G.A. Guiochon, ACHR V 24, Ch 4, pp 83-124, 1984.

Polarography
J. Kuta, CTEC V 8, Ch 4, pp 249-337, 1984.

Electrochemistry (molten salts)
F. Lantelme, D. Inman, and D.G. Lovering, MSTE V 2, Ch 5, pp 137-220, 1984.

Primary aqueous electrolyte cells (modern batteries)
M. Lazarri, MBA1 Ch 3, pp 59-94, 1984.

Ambient lithium-liquid electrolyte cells (modern batteries)
M. Lazzari and C.A. Vincent, MBA1 Ch 5, pp 136-167, 1984.

Ammonia batteries
P.N. Lensi, HBA1 Ch 38, pp 38.1-38.12, 1984.

Photoeffects at the semiconductor/liquid interface
N.A. Lewis, ARMS V 14, pp 95-117, 1984.

Basic concepts (batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 1, pp 1.3-1.12, 1984.

Considerations for selection and applications of batteries
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 3, pp 3.1-3.28, 1984.

Introduction (to primary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 4, pp 4.3-4.37, 1984.

Magnesium and aluminum cells (primary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 6, pp 6.1-6.13, 1984.

Lithium cells (primary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 11, pp 11.1-11.90, 1984.

Introduction (to secondary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 13, pp 13.3-13.22, 1984.

Rechargeable "primary-type" batteries
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 24, pp 24.1-24.5, 1984.

Introduction (to reserve and special batteries)
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 33, pp 33.3-33.10, 1984.

Low-power fuel-cell systems
D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 42, pp 42.1-42.17, 1984.

Lithium/water batteries
E.L. Littauer, HBA1 Ch 35, pp 35.1-35.12, 1984.

Metal/air batteries (advanced rechargeable batteries)
E.L. Littauer and J. F. Cooper, HBA1 Ch 30, pp 30.1-30.21, 1984.

Lithium batteries, ambient temperature (rechargeable batteries)
P.A. Malachesky, HBA1 Ch 25, pp 25.1-25.7, 1984.

Digital simulation of electrochemical problems (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.T. Maloy, LTE1 Ch 16, pp 417-461, 1984.

Aqueous electrolyte batteries - nickel/zinc
J. McBreen, PSEV Ch 5.3, pp 541-572, 1984.

Electronic instrumentation for electrochemical studies
M.C.H. McKubre and D.D. Macdonald, CTEC V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-98, 1984.

Fuel cells - direct methanol/air systems
B.D. McNicol, PSEV Ch 8.2, pp 807-838, 1984.

The electric vehicle debate
B.D. McNicol and D.A.J. Rand, PSEV Ch 1, pp 1-27, 1984.

Electrochemical power sources - secondary batteries and fuel cells
B.D. McNicol and D.A.J. Rand, PSEV Ch 4, pp 55-110, 1984.

Electron transfer processes with excited molecules at semiconductor electrodes
R. Memming, PRSS V 17, pp 7-74, 1984.

Chemically modified electrodes
R.W. Murray, EACH V 13, Ch 3, pp 191-368, 1984.

Polymer modification of electrodes
R.W. Murray, ARMS V 14, pp 145-169, 1984.

Field ion microscopy
L. Nanis, CTEC V 8, Ch 9, pp 457-474, 1984.

Mercuric oxide cells (primary batteries)
D. Naylor, HBA1 Ch 8, pp 8.1-8.26, 1984.

Electrocapillary emulsification
K. Nishizawa, EPI1 Ch 13, pp 339-354, 1984.

Aqueous electrolyte batteries - nickel/iron
L. Ojefors, PSEV Ch 5.2, pp 513-540, 1984.

Solid electrolyte cells (primary batteries)
B.B. Owens, P.M. Skarstad, and D.F. Untereker, HBA1 Ch 12, pp 12.1-12.24, 1984.

Aqueous electrolyte batteries - lead/acid
D. Pavlov, PSEV Ch 5.1, pp 111-511, 1984.

Semiconductor electrochemistry
L.M. Peter, ESPR V 9, Ch 2, pp 66-100, 1984.

The electrochemistry of transition-metal complexes
C.J. Pickett, ESPR V 9, Ch 4, pp 162-221, 1984.

Solar energy conversion in photoelectrochemical cells with semiconductor electrodes
Y.V. Pleskov, PRSS V 15, pp 401-456, 1984.

Polynomial approximation techniques for differential equations in electrochemical problems
S. Pons, EACH V 13, Ch 2, pp 115-190, 1984.

Lithium ion-conducting solid electrolytes (lithium batteries)
I.D. Raaistrick and R.A. Huggins, LIBT Ch 9, pp 205-241, 1984.

Overview of performances of candidate battery systems (for electric vehicles)
D.A.J. Rand, PSEV Ch 7, pp 721-767, 1984.

Derivatives of ammonia (organic)
R.C. Reed and R.M. Wightman, EECE V 15, Ch 1, pp 1-165, 1984.

Computerization in electroanalytical chemistry
T.H. Ridgway and H.B. Mark, CTEC V 8, Ch 2, pp 99-135, 1984.

Spectroelectrochemistry
J. Robinsosn, ESPR V 9, Ch 3, pp 101-161, 1984.

Overcoming solution resistance with stability and grace in potentiostatic circuits (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.K. Roe, LTE1 Ch 7, pp 193-234, 1984.

The application of surface physics techniques to the study of electrochemical systems
P.N. Ross and F.T. Wagner, AEEE V 13, Ch 2, pp 69-112, 1984.

Electro-organic chemistry
M. Sainsbury, ARCH V 80B, Ch 6, pp 123-139, 1984.

Lead-acid batteries (secondary batteries)
A.J. Salkind, G.E. Mayer, and D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 14, pp 14.1-14.105, 1984.

Overview of electrochemical methods for the study of electrode kinetics
S. Sarangapani and E. Yeager, CTEC V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-14, 1984.

Silver oxide batteries (secondary batteries)
S.F. Schiffer, HBA1 Ch 21, pp 21.1-21.25, 1984.

High temperature cells (modern batteries)
B. Scrosati and C.A. Vincent, MBA1 Ch 6, pp 168-203, 1984.

Solid state cells (modern batteries)
B. Scrosati, MBA1 Ch 7, pp 204-226, 1984.

A.C. techniques (for electrode kinetics)
M. Sluyters-Rehbach and J. Sluyters, CTEC V 9, Ch 4, pp 177-292, 1984.

Silver oxide cells (primary batteries)
A. Shimizu and Y. Uetani, HBA1 Ch 9, pp 9.1-9.10, 1984.

Non-aqueous electrolyte batteries - organoelectrolyte and solid state batteries
B.C.H. Steele, PSEV Ch 6.2, pp 693-719, 1984.

Amperometric, bipotentiometric and coulometric titration
J.T. Stock, ACAR V 56, pp 1R-7R, 1984.

Fuel cells - acid systems
P. Stonehart, PSEV Ch 8.1, pp 769-805, 1984.

Fibers (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
T. Suzawa, EPI1 Ch 11, pp 299-322, 1984.

Photoelectrochemistry and electrochemiluminescence
H. Tachikawa and L.R. Faulkner, LTE1 Ch 23, pp 637-674, 1984.

Electrocapillary measurements
K. Takanaski, H. Tagaya, K. Higashitsuji, and H.K. Tagaya, EPI1 Ch 6, pp 147-182, 1984.

Antirusting (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
I. Tari, EPI1 Ch 16, pp 387-396, 1984.

Thermal batteries (reserve batteries)
F. Tepper and D. Yalom, HBA1 Ch 40, pp 40.1-40.18, 1984.

Introduction (to advanced secondary batteries)
W.L. Towle and D. Linden, HBA1 Ch 26, pp 26.3-26.16, 1984.

Aquueous redox flow cells (advanced rechargeable battaries)
W.L. Towle and R.A. Rizzo, HBA1 Ch 27, pp 27.1-27.8, 1984.

Zinc/chlorine batteries (advanced rechargeable batteries)
W.L. Towle and R.A. Rizzo, HBA1 Ch 28, pp 28.1-28.11, 1984.

Zinc/bromine batteries (advanced rechargeable batteries)
W.L. Towle and R.A. Rizzo, HBA1 Ch 29, pp 29.1-29.10, 1984.

Lithium/iron sulfide batteries (advanced rechargeable batteries)
W.L. Towle and R.A. Rizzo, HBA1 Ch 31, pp 31.1-31.14, 1984.

Sodium/sulfur batteries (advanced rechargeable batteries)
W.L. Towle, R.A. Rizzo, and M.L. McClanahn, HBA1 Ch 32, pp 32.1-32.27, 1984.

Clinical applications of two-dimensional gel electrophoresis
R.P. Tracy and D.S. Young, TDEP Ch 7, pp 193-240, 1984.

Electrical double layer
S. Usui, EPI1 Ch 2, pp 15-46, 1984.

Interaction of electrical double layers and colloid stability
S. Usui and S. Hachisu, EPI1 Ch 3, pp 47-98, 1984.

Flotation (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
S. Usui, EPI1 Ch 10, pp 285-298, 1984.

Solvents for lithium battery technology
H.V. Venkatasetty, LIBT Ch 1, pp 1-12, 1984.

Transport properties and structure of nonaqueous electrolyte solutions (lithium batteries)
H.V. Venkatasetty, LIBT Ch 2, pp 13-60, 1984.

Primary lithium batteries
H.V. Venkatasetty, LIBT Ch 3, pp 61-78, 1984.

Classified bibliography of electroanalytical applications
V.K. Venkatesan, CTEC V 8, Ch 11, pp 495-607, 1984.

Introduction (to modern batteries)
C.A. Vincent, MBA1 Ch 1, pp 1-15, 1984.

Theoretical background (to modern batteries)
C.A. Vincent, MBA1 Ch 2, pp 16-58, 1984.

Electrochemistry of oil-water interfaces
A. Watanabe, SACS V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-70, 1984.

Aqueous electrolyte batteries - metal/air
F.G. Will, PSEV Ch 5.4, pp 573-619, 1984.

Electrochemistry
D.E. Williams, W.R. Bowen, and G.T. Rogers, ARCH V 80C, Ch 11, pp 333-388, 1984.

Solid-state gas sensors and monitors
D.E. Williams and P. McGeehin, ESPR V 9, Ch 6, pp 246-290, 1984.

Primary energy sources and alternative fuels for transportation
K.R. Williams, PSEV Ch 2, pp 29-46, 1984.

Film electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
N. Winograd, LTE1 Ch 11, pp 321-335, 1984.

Sealed nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
J.A. Wiseman, HBA1 Ch 18, pp 18.1-18.20, 1984.

Thin layer cell techniques
F.E. Woodard and C.N. Reilley, CTEC V 9, Ch 6, pp 353-392, 1984.

Paper (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
H. Yamada, EPI1 Ch 12, pp 323-338, 1984.


1985

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Electrochemistry of biopolymers
H. Berg, CTEC V 10, Ch 3, pp 189-229, 1985.

Electrochemical aspects of metabolism
M.N. Berry, A.R. Grivell, and P.G. Wallace, CTEC V 10, Ch 6, pp 347-380, 1985.

Applied polarography and voltammetry of organic compounds in practical day-to-day analysis. Part 1: Applied polarographic and voltammetric techniques
P.M. Bersier and J. Bersier, CRAC V 16, pp 15-79, 1985.

Applied polarography and voltammetry of organic compounds in practical day-to-day analysis. Part 2
P.M. Bersier and J. Bersier, CRAC V 16, pp 81-128, 1985.

Adsorption and electrochemical processes on the interface between two immiscible liquids
L.I. Boguslavsky, PRSS V 19, pp 1-167, 1985.

Electrochemical aspects of bioenergetics
E.F. Bowden, F.M. Hawkridge, and H.N. Blount, CTEC V 10, Ch 5, pp 297-346, 1985.

The electrochemistry of conducting polymers
G.K. Chandler and D. Pletcher, ESPR V 10, Ch 3, pp 117-150, 1985.

Electrochemistry of the nervous impulse
Yu.A. Chizmadzhev and V.F. Pastushenko, CTEC V 10, Ch 7, pp 381-443, 1985.

The temperature and potential dependence of electrochemical reaction rates, and the real form of the Tafel equation
B.E. Conway, MAEC V 16, Ch 2, pp 103-188, 1985.

Electrochemistry of low molecular weight organic compounds of biological interest
G. Dryhurst, CTEC V 10, Ch 2, pp 131-188, 1985.

Surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)
S. Efrima, MAEC V 16, Ch 4, pp 253-369, 1985.

Electrochemical techniques in the biological sciences
E. Findl, E.R. Strope, and J.C. Conti, CTEC V 10, Ch 9, pp 491-529, 1985.

Electrodeposition of semiconductors
G.F. Fulop and R.M. Taylor, ARMS V 15, pp 197-210, 1985.

Structural changes accompanying metal complex electrode reactions
W.E. Geiger, PICH V 33, Ch 6, pp 275-352, 1985.

Electron transfer reactions studied using pulsed high energy radiation
J. Grimshaw, ESPR V 10, Ch 4, pp 151-170, 1985.

Double-layer properties at sp and sd metal single-crystal electrodes
A. Hamelin, MAEC V 16, Ch 1, pp 1-101, 1985.

Differential pulse polarography in pharmaceutical analysis
S. Jaya and T.P. Rao, RACH V 8, pp 259-281, 1985.

Organic electrochemistry
J.B. Kerr, ESPR V 10, Ch 5, pp 171-214, 1985.

Adsorption at solid electrodes
P.J. Mitchell, N.A. Hampson, and A.J.S. McNeil, ESPR V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-83, 1985.

Electrochemistry of boron compounds
J.H. Morris, H.J. Gysling, and D. Reed, CHRE V 85, pp 51-76, 1985.

The origin of electrical potential in biological systems
S. Ohki, CTEC V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-130, 1985.

Electrochemistry of semiconductors: new problems and prospects
Yu.V. Pleskov and Yu.YA. Gurevich, MAEC V 16, Ch 3, pp 189-251, 1985.

Electrochemical approach for the solution of cardiovascular problems
S. Srinivasan, CTEC V 10, Ch 8, pp 445-489, 1985.

Bioelectrocatalysis
M.R. Tarasevich, CTEC V 10, Ch 4, pp 231-295, 1985.

Pitting corrosion of ferrous alloys
C. Westcott, ESPR V 10, Ch 2, pp 85-115, 1985.

Batteries for vehicular propulsion
H.S. Wroblowa, MAEC V 16, Ch 5, pp 371-435, 1985.

Structural and transport properties of perfluorinated ion-exchange membranes
R.S. Yeo and H.L. Yeager, MAEC V 16, Ch 6, pp 437-504, 1985.


1986

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Fuel cells
J.A. Appleby, ECPD V 24, pp 1-26, 1986.

Phosphoric acid fuel cells (PAFCs)
J. Appleby, ANFC Ch 2, pp 13-94, 1986.

Solid polymer electrolyte fuel cells (SPEFCs)
J. Appleby and E.B. Yeager, ANFC Ch 4, pp 137-152, 1986.

Muscular contraction (bioelectrochemistry)
M. Amin, MBEC Ch 20, pp 539-561, 1986.

Transport in plants (bioelectrochemistry)
M. Amin, MBEC Ch 21, pp 563-591, 1986.

Polymer electrolytes
M.B. Armand, ARMS V 16, pp 245-261, 1986.

Ion-selective electrodes
M.A. Arnold and R.L. Solsky, ACAR V 58, pp 84R-101R, 1986.

Pulsed electrodeposition of alloys
A.J. Avila, TPPP Ch 11, pp 189-208, 1986.

Alkaline fuel cells (AFCs)
J.O’M. Bockris and J. Appleby, ANFC Ch 3, pp 95-135, 1986.

Electron transfer effects and the mechanism of the membrane potential
L.I. Boguslavsky, MAEC V 18, Ch 3, pp 113-168, 1986.

Electrostatic modulation of electromagnetically induced nonthermal responses in biological membranes
J.D. Bond and G.C. Huth, MBEC Ch 10, pp 289-313, 1986.

Battery performance modeling (implantable batteries for biomedical devices)
K.R. Brennen and J.S. Kim, BIBD Ch 5, pp 113-132, 1986.

Hydrodynamic electrodes
C.M.A. Brett and A.M.C.F. Oliveira Brett, CCHK V 26, Ch 5, pp 355-441, 1986.

Structural effects in organic electrochemistry
W.E. Britton, TOEC Ch 5, pp 227-253, 1986.

Cyclic voltammetry, ac polarography, and related techniques
E.R. Brown and J.R. Sandifer, PMCH Ch 4, pp 273-432, 1986.

High-temperature solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)
J.T. Brown, ANFC Ch 6, pp 209-229, 1986.

Ionic conductivity of polypyrrole
P. Burgmeyer and R.W. Murray, HCP1 V 1, Ch 15, pp 507-523, 1986.

Electrochemistry of hydrous oxide films
L.D. Burke and M.E.G. Lyons, MAEC V 18, Ch 4, pp 169-248, 1986.

Fundamentals. The basics of electrode reactions
E.J. Calvo, CCHK V 26, Ch 1, pp 1-78, 1986.

Electrochemical kinetics in pulse plating
H.Y. Cheh, TPPP Ch 2, pp 13-15, 1986.

Conformation and electronic aspects of chlorpromazine in solution (bioelectrochemistry)
P.K. Dea and H. Keyzer, MBEC Ch 18, pp 481-501, 1986.

Electrochemical methods for the prevention of microbial fouling (bioelectrochemistry)
H.P. Dhar, MBEC Ch 22, pp 593-606, 1986.

Electrochemical synthesis of conducting polymers
A.F. Diaz and J. Bargon, HCP1 V 1, Ch 3, pp 81-115, 1986.

Current distribution in pulse plating
O. Dossenbach, TPPP Ch 6, pp 73-92, 1986.

High resolution two-dimensional polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis
M.J. Dunn and A.H.M. Burghes, GEPP Ch 4, pp 203-261, 1986.

Electrochemistry of drug interactions and incompatibilities (bioelectrochemistry)
G.M. Eckert, F. Gutmann, and H. Keyzer, MBEC Ch 19, pp 503-538, 1986.

AC conductivity of polyacetylene: distinguishing mechanisms of charge transport
A.J. Epstein, HCP1 V 2, Ch 29, pp 1041-1097, 1986.

Conformational change and isomerization associated with electrode reactions
D.H. Evans and K.M. O'Connell, EACH V 14, Ch 2, pp 113-207, 1986.

Surface electron screening theory and its applications to metal-electrolyte interfaces
V.J. Feldman, M.B. Partenskii, and M.M. Vorob'ev, PRSS V 23, pp 3-154, 1986.

Evaluation methods (implantable batteries for biomedical devices)
K. Fester and S.C. Levy, BIBD Ch 4, pp 83-112, 1986.

Infrared vibrational spectroscopy of the electrode-solution interface
J.F. Foley, C. Korzeniewski, J.L. Daschbach, and S. Pons, EACH V 14, Ch 4, pp 309-440, 1986.

Carbon: basics and principles (aluminum electrolysis)
T. Foosnaes and T. Naterstad, ALE1 Ch 3, pp 62-103, 1986.

Organic photoelectrochemistry
M.A. Fox, TOEC Ch 4, pp 177-225, 1986.

Coherent excitation in active biological systems
H. Frohlich, MBEC Ch 8, pp 241-261, 1986.

The electrochemistry of nonbenzoid hydrocarbons
A.J. Fry, TOEC Ch 1, pp 1-34, 1986.

Modified electrodes (organic electrochemistry)
M. Fujihara, TOEC Ch 6, pp 255-294, 1986.

Lithium solid cathode batteries for biomedical implantable applications
J.-P. Gabano, M. Broussely, and M. Grimm, BIBD Ch 7, pp 181-214, 1986.

Voltammetry with stationary and rotated electrodes
Z. Galus, PMCH Ch 3, pp 191-272, 1986.

Polarographic analysis of rare earths
X. Gao, PCRE V 8, Ch 55, pp 163-201, 1986.

Choosing and performing an electrochemical experiment
W.E. Geiger and M.D. Hawley, PMCH Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1986.

Electrochemical reactions
W.E. Geiger and M.J. Weaver, ETER Ch 12.3 pp 88-174, 1986.

Collective properties of biological systems: solitons and coherent electric waves in a quantum field theoretical approach
E.D. Giudice, S. Doglia, M. Milani, and G. Vitiello, MBEC Ch 9, pp 263-287, 1986.

In situ peptide mapping of proteins and polypeptides separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
K. Gooderham, GEPP Ch 6, pp 312-322, 1986.

Principles of energy balance, thermochemistry and theoretical energy consumption (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim, R. Huglen, and H. Kvande, ALE1 Ch 1, pp 5-25, 1986.

Theory of molten salts, electrolyte properties and influence of additives (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, ALE1 Ch 4, pp 104-125, 1986.

Practical advances (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, ALE1 Ch 6, pp 149-159, 1986.

Some aspects of charge transfer in biological systems
F. Gutmann, MBEC Ch 6, pp 177-197, 1986.

Zirconium and hafnium
J.J. Habeeb and D.G. Tuck, EECE V 9B, Ch 3, pp 225-254, 1986.

Electrodic chemistry in biology
M.A. Habib and J.O'M. Bockris, MBEC Ch 3, pp 69-96, 1986.

Immunoelectrophoretic methods
P.M.H. Heegaard and T.C..Bog-Hansen, GEPP Ch 5, pp 262-311, 1986.

Chemistry and chemical engineering in the chlor-alkali industry
F. Hine, B.V. Tilak, and K. Viswanathan, MAEC V 18, Ch 5, pp 249-302, 1986.

Rechargeable electrochemical cells as implantable power sources
G.L. Holleck, BIBD Ch 10, pp 275-284, 1986.

Lithium/halogen batteries (implantable batteries for biomedical devices)
C.F. Holmes, BIBD Ch 6, pp 133-180, 1986.

Influence of magnetic fields (aluminum electrolysis)
R. Huglen, ALE1 Ch 2, pp 26-61, 1986.

Principles of electrochemistry and current efficiency (aluminum electrolysis)
R. Huglen, B. Lillebuen, and T. Mellerud, ALE1 Ch 5, pp 126-148, 1986.

Photoelectrochemistry of conducting polymers
O. Inganas, I. Lundstrom, and T.A. Skotheim, HCP1 V 1, Ch 16, pp 525-541, 1986.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.C. Johnson, M.D. Ryan, and G.S. Wilson, ACAR V 58, pp 33R-49R, 1986.

The electrochemistry of metalloporphyrins in nonaqueous media
K.M. Kadish, PICH V 34, Ch 5, pp 435-605, 1986.

Fundamental aspects of electron transfer at interfaces
S.U.M. Khan and J.O'M. Bockris, MBEC Ch 1, pp 1-44, 1986.

A qualitative, molecular model of the nerve impulse: conductive properties of unsaturated lyotropic liquid crystals
P.K.J. Kinnunen and J.A. Virtanen, MBEC Ch 17, pp 457-479, 1986.

Potentiometry: oxidation-reduction, pH measurements, and ion selective electrodes
T.R. Kissel, PMCH Ch 2, pp 53-189, 1986.

Pulsed anodic reactions (electroplating)
H. Konno, TPPP Ch 12, pp 209-220, 1986.

Ion-selective electrodes
J. Koryta, ARMS V 16, pp 13-27, 1986.

The electrochemistry of transition metal organometallic compounds
J.C. Kotz, TOEC Ch 3, pp 81-176, 1986.

Pulsed electrodeposition of precious metals
A. Knodler, TPPP Ch 9, pp 119-175, 1986.

Mass transport in pulse plating
D. Landolt, TPPP Ch 5, pp 55-71, 1986.

Electron transfer
R.G. Linck, N. Sutin, and C. Creutz, ETER Ch 12.2, pp 3-87, 1986.

The origin of cellular electrical potentials (bioelectrochemistry)
G.N. Ling, MBEC Ch 2, pp 45-68, 1986.

Bismuth
B. Lovrecek, M. Metikos-Hukovic, and I. Mekajavic, EECE V 9B, Ch 2, pp 69-224, 1986.

Electrochemistry of polyacetylene: application to rechargeable batteries
A.C. MacDiarmid and R.B. Kaner, HCP1 V 1, Ch 20, pp 689-727, 1986.

Spectroelectrochemistry
R.L. McCreery, PMCH Ch 7, pp 591-661, 1986.

Controlled-potential electrolysis and coulometry
L. Meites, PMCH Ch 5, pp 433-523, 1986.

Uranium
T.R. Mueller and M. Petek, EECE V 9B, Ch 5, pp 439-665, 1986.

Chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, and chronopotentiometry
R.W. Murray, PMCH Ch 6, pp 525-589, 1986.

Elementary analysis of chemical electric field effects in biological macromolecules. I. Thermodynamic foundations
E. Neumann, MBEC Ch 4, pp 97-132, 1986.

Elementary analysis of chemical electric field effects in biological macromolecules. II. Kinetic aspects of electro-optic and conductometric relaxations
E. Neumann, MBEC Ch 5, pp 133-175, 1986.

Dielectric and conductivity relaxations in conducting polymers
K.L. Ngai and R.W. Rendell, HCP1 V 2, Ch 28, pp 967-1039, 1986.

Chromium
K. Niki, N. Tanaka, A. Yamada, E. Itabashi, and W. H. Hartford, EECE V 9B, Ch 4, pp 255-438, 1986.

Mass transport to electrodes
K.B. Oldham and C.G. Zoski, CCHK V 26, Ch 2, pp 79-143, 1986.

Photoelectrochemical devices for solar energy conversion
M.E. Orazem and J. Newman, MAEC V 18, Ch 2, pp 61-112, 1986.

Pulse plating equipment
N. Osero, TPPP Ch 13, pp 221-228, 1986.

Square-wave voltammetry
J. Osteryoung and J.J. O'Dea, EACH V 14, Ch 3, pp 209-308, 1986.

Key events in the evolution of implantable pacemaker batteries
B.B. Owens and A.J. Salkind, BIBD Ch 2, pp 37-50, 1986.

Pulsed electrodeposition of zinc and cadmium
W. Paatsch, TPPP Ch 7, pp 93-100, 1986.

Electrochemical applications in organic chemistry
V.D. Parker, TOEC Ch 2, pp 35-79, 1986.

Linear sweep and cylic voltammetry
V.D. Parker, CCHK V 26, Ch 3, pp 145-202, 1986.

Precision in linear sweep and cyclic voltammetry
V.D. Parker, EACH V 14, Ch 1, pp 1-111, 1986.

Ion, electron, and proton transport in membranes: a review of the physical processes involved (bioelectrochemistry)
R. Pethig, MBEC Ch 7, pp 199-239, 1986.

Biological dielectrophoresis: the behavior of biologically significant materials in nonuniform electric fields
H.A. Pohl and J.K. Pollock, MBEC Ch 12, pp 329-376, 1986.

Dielectrophoretic cell sorting (bioelectrochemistry)
J.K. Pollock and H.A. Pohl, MBEC Ch 16, pp 445-455, 1986.

Interfacial infrared vibrational spectroscopy
S. Pons, J.K. Foley, J. Russell, and M. Seversen, MAEC V 17, Ch 3, pp 223-302, 1986.

Electrical phenomena in proteinoid cells (bioelectrochemistry)
A.T. Przybylski and S.W. Fox, MBEC Ch 13, pp 377-396, 1986.

Qualitative approach to pulse plating
J.-C. Puippe, TPPP Ch 1, pp 1-12, 1986.

Influence of pulse plating on crystallization
J.-C. Puippe, TPPP Ch 3, pp 17-39, 1986.

Influence of charge and discharge of electrical double layer in pulse plating
J.-C. Puippe, TPPP Ch 4, pp 41-54, 1986.

Pulsed electrodeposition of rhenium
J.-C. Puippe, TPPP Ch 10, pp 177-187, 1986.

Pulsed current applied to surface area measurement techniques
J.-C. Puippe, TPPP Ch 14, pp 229-238, 1986.

Nuclear batteries for implantable applications
D.L. Purdy, BIBD Ch 11, pp 285-352, 1986.

Application of impedance spectroscopy to materials science
I.D. Raistrick, ARMS V 16, pp 343-370, 1986.

Conventional isoelectric focusing and immobilised pH gradients
P.G. Righetti, C. Gelfi, and E. Gianazza, GEPP Ch 3, pp 141-202, 1986.

Cellular spin resonance (CSR) (bioelectrochemistry)
H. Rivera and H.A. Pohl, MBEC Ch 15, pp 431-444, 1986.

One-dimensional PAA-gel electrophoretic techniques to separate functional and denatured proteins
G.M. Rothe and W.D. Maurer, GEPP Ch 2, pp 37-140, 1986.

Electrically driven implantable prostheses
A.J. Salkind, A.J. Spotnitz, B.V. Berkovits, B.B. Owens, K.B. Stokes, and M. Bilitch, BIBD Ch 1, pp 1-36, 1986.

Mercury batteries for pacemakers and other implantable devices
A.J. Salkind and S. Ruben, BIBD Ch 9, pp 261-274, 1986.

Alkali metals
R.F. Scarr, EECE V 9B, Ch 1, pp 1-68, 1986.

Electron transfer reactions on oxide-covered metal electrodes
W. Schmickler and J.W. Schultze, MAEC V 17, Ch 5, pp 357-410, 1986.

New models for the structure of the electrochemical interface
W. Schmickler and D. Henderson, PRSS V 22, pp 323-420, 1986.

Molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFCs)
J.R. Selman, ANFC Ch 5, pp 153-208, 1986.

Steady-state gel electrophoresis systems
C. Shafer-Nielsen, GEPP Ch 1, pp 1-36, 1986.

Phenomena and effects of electrolytic gas evolution
P.J. Sides, MAEC V 18, Ch 6, pp 303-354, 1986.

Lithium-liquid oxidant batteries (implantable batteries for biomedical devices)
P.M. Skarstad, BIBD Ch 8, pp 215-260, 1986.

Alternating current and pulse methods
M. Sluyters-Rehbach and J.H. Sluyters, CCHK V 26, Ch 4, pp 203-354, 1986.

Conductance and transference determinations
M. Spiro, PMCH Ch 8, pp 663-796, 1986.

Pulsed electrodeposition of nickel and chromium
B. Sutter, TPPP Ch 8, pp 101-117, 1986.

Photoinduced electron-transfer reactions
N. Sutin, ETER Ch 13.4 pp 260-271, 1986.

Differential energy control and the dielectric structure of cells (bioelectrochemistry)
B.S. Thornton, B.L. Reid, and S.J. Webb, MBEC Ch 11, pp 315-327, 1986.

Photoelectrolysis and photoelectrochemical catalysis
H. Tributsch, MAEC V 17, Ch 4, pp 303-355, 1986.

Theoretical aspects of semiconductor electrochemistry
K. Uosaki and H. Kita, MAEC V 18, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1986.

Lithium primary batteries for power sources (implantable batteries for biomedical devices)
D. Untereker, BIBD Ch 3, pp 51-82, 1986.

Interfacial electrostatics and electrodynamics in disperse systems
H.P. van Leeuwen and J. Lyklema, MAEC V 17, Ch 6, pp 411-483, 1986.

Noise in biomolecular systems
D. Vasilescu and H. Kranck, MBEC Ch 14, pp 397-430, 1986.

Perspectives in electrochemical physics
A.K. Vijh, MAEC V 17, Ch 1, pp 1-130, 1986.

Polarography
A.A. Vlcek, J. Volke, L. Pospisil, and R. Kalvoda, PMCH Ch 9, pp 797-886, 1986.

Modern state of double layer study of solid metals
M.A. Vorotynstev, MAEC V 17, Ch 2, pp 131-222, 1986.

Adsorption on semiconductor electrodes
H. Yoneyama and G.B. Hoflund, PRSS V 21, pp 5-92, 1986.


1987

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Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays using oxygen-sensing electrode
M. Aizawa, ESIA pp 269-278, 1987.

Bioaffinity electrochemical sensor with preformed metastable ligand-receptor complex
M. Aizawa, ESIA pp 279-291, 1987.

Antibody-antigen precipitin reaction monitoring with an ion selective electrode
P.W. Alexander, ESIA pp 195-202, 1987.

Enzyme-linked immunoassay with a fluoride ion selective electrode
P.W. Alexander, ESIA pp 203-210, 1987.

Current state of PEO-based electrolytes
M.B. Armand, PERE V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-22, 1987.

Redox and photochemical reactions at the interface between immiscible liquids
L.I. Boguslavsky and A.G. Volkov, INIL Ch 7, pp 143-178, 1987.

Localized corrosion
H. Bohni, COME Ch 6, pp 285-327, 1987.

Heterogeneous potentiometric enzyme immunoassay for antigens and haptens with iodide selective electrode
J.L. Boitieux, G. Desmet, and D. Thomas, ESIA pp 211-237, 1987.

Applications of impedance spectroscopy: characterization of materials; solid state devices; corrosion of materials
N. Bonanos, B.C.H. Steele, E.P. Butler, W.B. Johnson, W.L. Worrell, D.D. Macdonald, and M.C.H. McKubre, IMS1 Ch 4, pp 191-339, 1987.

Homogeneous and heterogeneous enzyme immunoassays monitored with carbon dioxide sensing membrane electrode
C.A. Broyles and G.A. Rechnitz, ESIA pp 257-268, 1987.

Electrical measurements on polymer electrolytes
P.G. Bruce, PERE V 1, Ch 8, pp 237-274, 1987.

Study of brain noradrenergic neurons by use of in vivo voltammetry
M. Buda and F.G. Gonon, VMNS pp 239-272, 1987.

The use of electrochemical measurements in the ecology of shallow water reservoirs
J. Cap, J. Pokorny, and L. Serak, EAEA Ch 11, pp 192-202, 1987.

NMR, EXAFS and radiotracer techniques in characterization of polymer electrolytes
A.V. Chadwick and M.R. Worboys, PERE V 1, Ch 9, pp 275-313, 1987.

Ionically conducting polyether networks
H. Cheredame and J.F. LeNest, PERE V 1, Ch 5, pp 103-138, 1987.

Alternative processes (aluminum electrolysis)
C.N. Cochran, PRAA Ch 15, pp 214-237, 1987.

Electroimmunoassay of PGE2: an antibody-sensitive electrode based competive protein-binding assay
G.R. Connell and K.M. Sanders, ESIA pp 35-45, 1987.

Conductivity of non-main chain systems and some linear analogues (polymer electrolytes)
J.M.G. Cowie, PERE V 1, Ch 4, pp 69-102, 1987.

Rapid subpicomole enzyme immunoassay by flow injection with amperometric detection
W.U. de Alwis and G.S. Wilson, ESIA pp 343-349, 1987.

Measurement of complement fixation with ion selective membrane electrodes
P. D'Orazio, ESIA pp 179-194, 1987.

Immunoassay by differential pulse polarography and anodic stripping voltammetry
M.J. Doyle, K.R. Wehmeyer, W.R. Heineman, and H.B. Halsall, ESIA pp 87-102, 1987.

Two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
M.J. Dunn, AEPH V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-109, 1987.

Enzyme immunoassay using the ammonia gas-sensing electrode
C.R. Gebauer, ESIA pp 239-255, 1987.

Recent trends in capillary isotachophoresis
P. Gebauer, V. Dolnik, M. Deml, and P. Bocek, AEPH V 1, Ch 6, pp 281-359, 1987.

Polymer structure and conductivity
M.D. Glasse and R.G. Linford, ESTP V 1, Ch 2, pp 23-43, 1987.

In vivo electrochemical monitoring of dopamine release (voltammetry)
F.G. Gonon, VMNS pp 163-183, 1987.

Mixed polymer systems (polymer electrolytes)
F.M. Gray, PERE V 1, Ch 6, pp 139-172, 1987.

Synthesis, electrochemistry, and structural properties of porphyrins with metal-carbon single bonds and metal-metal bonds
R. Guilard, C. Lecomte, and K.M. Kadish, STAB V 64, pp 205-268, 1987.

Semiconductor sensors (in environmental protection)
J. Fexa, EAEA Ch 7, pp 109-127, 1987.

Selective formation of organic compounds by photoelectrosynthesis at semiconductor particles
M.A. Fox, ETCC V 1, Ch 2, pp 71-99, 1987.

In vivo voltammetry and the neurochemical control of movement and blood pressure
C.R. Freed, VMNS pp 347-374, 1987.

Immunosensor based on labeled liposome entrapped-enzymes
M. Haga, ESIA pp 167-177, 1987.

Semiconductor electrochemistry
A. Hamnett, CCHK V 27, Ch 2, pp 61-246, 1987.

Chemical and physical properties of the electrolyte (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 6, pp 85-119, 1987.

Electrode reaction in Hall-Heroult cells (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 7, pp 120-133, 1987.

Current efficiency (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 8, pp 134-149, 1987.

Energy considerations (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 9, pp 150-158, 1987.

Fluid dynamics (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 10, pp 159-167, 1987.

Process control (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 11, pp 168-175, 1987.

Environmental considerations (aluminum electrolysis)
W.E. Haupin, PRAA Ch 12, pp 176-187, 1987.

Cell design (experimental techniques)
M. Hayes, TECM Ch 1, pp 3-14, 1987.

Electrode design (experimental techniques)
M. Hayes, TECM Ch 2, pp 15-29, 1987.

Instrumentation (experimental techniques)
M. Hayes, TECM Ch 3, pp 31-41, 1987.

Ohmic drop (experimental techniques)
M. Hayes, TECM Ch 4, pp 43-54, 1987.

Analysis of surface and thin films (experimental techniques)
M. Hayes, TECM Ch 24, pp 433-464, 1987.

Ellipsometry and its application to corrosion and electrochemistry (experimental techniques)
P.C.S. Hayfield and A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 13, pp 187-194, 1987.

The opsonized electrode
H.A.O. Hill and N.J. Walton, ESIA pp 61-75, 1987.

Polymer modified electrodes: preparation and characterization
A.R. Hillman, ESTP V 1, Ch 5, pp 103-239, 1987.

Reactions and applications of polymer modified electrodes
A.R. Hillman, ESTP V 1, Ch 6, pp 241-291, 1987.

Electrochemical analysis of water toxicity (in environmental protection)
P. Hofmann, EAEA Ch 12, pp 203-219, 1987.

Preparative polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of proteins
R. Horuk, AEPH V 1, Ch 7, pp 361-379, 1987.

Alumina production
L.K. Hudson, PRAA Ch 3, pp 11-46, 1987.

Anode manufacture (aluminum electrolysis)
N. Jarrett, PRAA Ch 4, pp 47-59, 1987.

Cathode design (aluminum electrolysis)
N. Jarrett, PRAA Ch 5, pp 60-84, 1987.

Future developments in Bayer-Hall-Heroult process (aluminum electrolysis)
N. Jarrett, PRAA Ch 13, pp 188-207, 1987.

Metal purification and recycling (aluminum electrolysis)
N. Jarrett, PRAA Ch 14, pp 208-213, 1987.

Introduction to in vivo voltammetry
J.B. Justice, VMNS pp 3-101, 1987.

Monitoring extracellular DOPAC following stimulated release of dopamine (voltammetry)
J.B. Justice and A.C. Michael, VMNS pp 185-208, 1987.

Alloy dissolution
H. Kaiser, COME Ch 2, pp 85-118, 1987.

Electrochemical methods in environmental protection
R. Kalvoda, EAEA Ch 3, pp 22-29, 1987.

Polarographic and voltammetric methods (in environmental protection)
R. Kalvoda, EAEA Ch 4, pp 30-57, 1987.

Electric pulse accelerated immunoassay
I. Karube and E. Tamiya, ESIA pp 293-307, 1987.

Selective antibody responsive membrane electrodes
M.Y. Keating, ESIA pp 19-34, 1987.

The open-circuit potential decay (OCPD) technique (experimental techniques)
G.H. Kelsall, TECM Ch 6, pp 75-94, 1987.

The chemistry and electrochemistry of magnesium production
G.J. Kipouros and D.R. Sadoway, AMSC V 6, Ch 3, pp 127-209, 1987.

Ionic mobilities (molten salts)
A. Klemm, AMSC V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-72, 1987.

Galvani and Volta potentials at the interface separating immiscible electrolyte solutions
Z. Koczorowski, INIL Ch 4, pp 77-106, 1987.

Electrochemical stripping analysis (in environmental protection)
M. Kopanika and F. Opekar, EAEA Ch 5, pp 58-84, 1987.

Electrolysis at the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
J. Koryta, INIL Ch 1, pp 3-10, 1987.

Infrared spectroelectrochemistry (experimental techniques)
J.A. Kostuch and A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 15, pp 203-218, 1987.

Hydrodynamics and mass exchange at the phase boundaries with regular dissipative structures (interface between two immiscible liquids)
V.S. Krylov, INIL Ch 3, pp 47-75, 1987.

Immunochemical determination of creatine kinase isoenzyme-MB
S.S. Kuan and G.G. Guilbault, ESIA pp 145-165, 1987.

Use of immunochemical separation and electrochemical detection in flow injection analysis of lactic dehydrogenase
S.S. Kuan and G.G. Guilbault, ESIA pp 335-342, 1987.

Electrochemical techniques (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 5, pp 55-74, 1987.

The surface area and roughness of electrodes (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 7, pp 95-116, 1987.

The purity and cleanliness of solutions and electrodes (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 8, pp 117-137, 1987.

Optical (non-spectroscopic) methods in corrosion and electrochemistry (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 10, pp 149-163, 1987.

White-light reflectance methods (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 11, pp 165-170, 1987.

Methods based on the reflectance of monochromatic light: electroreflectance, specular reflectance and other techniques (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 12, pp 171-185, 1987.

Introduction to spectroelectrochemistry (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 14, pp 197-201, 1987.

Transmission spectroelectrochemistry in the ultraviolet-visible region and emission spectroscopy (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 16, pp 219-235, 1987.

Raman spectroscopy (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 17, pp 237-249, 1987.

Optically transparent electrodes (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 18, pp 251-260, 1987.

Physicochemical methods for the determination of gaseous, liquid and solid products formed in electrochemical and corrosion reactions (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 19, pp 263-289, 1987.

Thermometric and calorimetric methods in electrochemical and corrosion reactions (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 20, pp 291-314, 1987.

The application of radiochemical and isotopic methods to corrosion and electrochemistry (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 21, pp 315-350, 1987.

Electrical resistance measurement as a technique to follow adsorption, corrosion or oxidation (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 23, pp 409-432, 1987.

The use of dyes, markers, indicators and "printing" methods in corrosion and electrochemistry (experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 25, pp 465-475, 1987.

Miscellaneous experimental techniques that have been applied to the study of electrochemical and corrosion processes
A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 27, pp 491-518, 1987.

Classification of methods and simple deductions from visual observations (light-based experimental techniques)
A.T. Kuhn and J.A. Kostuch, TECM Ch 9, pp 143-47, 1987.

Biochemical end pharmacological application of electrochemical detection in HPLC
T. Kurahashi, H. Nishino, S. Parvez, H. Parvez, K. Kojima, and T. Nagatsu, EDMC pp 3-36, 1987.

Kinetics of photochemical charge separation in micellar solutions
M.G. Kuzmin and N.K. Zaitsev, INIL Ch 9, pp 207-244, 1987.

Problems of a quantum theory of charge transfer reactions at the interface between two immiscible liquids
A.M. Kuznetsov and Yu.I. Kharkats, INIL Ch 2, pp 11-46, 1987.

Ionic and electronic transport (in polymers)
R.J. Latham and R.G. Linford, ESTP V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-21, 1987.

Anodic dissolution of iron group metals
W.J. Lorenz and K.E. Heusler, COME Ch 1, pp 1-83, 1987.

Ion-molecule and ion-ion interactions in polymer electrolytes
J.R. MacCallum and C.A. Vincent, PERE V 1, Ch 2, pp 23-37, 1987.

Organic polymers as electroactive materials
A.G. MacDiarmid and M. Maxfield, ESTP V 1, Ch 4, pp 67-101, 1987.

Fundamentals of impedance spectroscopy
J.R. Macdonald and W.B. Johnson, IMS1 Ch 1, pp 1-26 and 317-339, 1987.

In vivo voltammetry: application to the identification of dopamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors
C.A . Marsden, K.F. Martin, M.P. Brazell, and N.T. Maidment, VMNS pp 209-237, 1987.

Enzyme immunoassay in flow systems with electrochemical and other detectors
B. Mattiasson, ESIA pp 327-333, 1987.

Developments in electrochemical detection for liquid chromatography
S.A. McClintock and W.C. Purdy, EDMC pp 37-51, 1987.

Homogeneous voltammetric immunoassay of haptens
S.A. McClintock and W.C. Purdy, ESIA pp 77-85, 1987.

Measuring techniques and data analysis (of impedance spectroscopy):
M.C.H. McKubre, D.D. Macdonald, and J.R. Macdonald, IMS1 Ch 3, pp 133-190 and 317-339, 1987.

Reference electrodes for molten electrolytes
N.Q. Minh and L. Redey, MSTE V 3, Ch 4, pp 105-287, 1987.

Application of in vivo voltammetry to behavioral pharmacology
T. Nagatsu, M. Ikeda, K. Fujita, M. Shinzato, H. Takahashi, and T. Adachi, VMNS pp 313-324, 1987.

Experimental techniques for the study of anodic oxide films
P. Neufeld and A.T. Kuhn, TECM Ch 26, pp 477-490, 1987.

Separation-free (homogeneous) amperometric immunoassay using an apoenzyme as the label
T.T. Ngo, ESIA pp 103-115, 1987.

Antibody to an enzyme as the modulator in separation-free enzyme immunoassays with electrochemical sensor
T.T. Ngo, ESIA pp 131-143, 1987.

Excitatory amino acid release, dopamine release, and uric acid levels monitored simultaneously using linear sweep voltammetry in the unrestrained rat
R.D. O'Neill and M. Fillenz, VMNS pp 325-346, 1987.

Characteristics of amperometric detector with a rotating disc electrode and its application in clinical drug analysis
B. Oosterhuis and C.J. van Boxtel, EDMC pp 95-130, 1987.

The use of analog circuits in the laboratory construction of measuring instruments (in electrochemical environmental protection)
F. Opekar, EAEA Ch 13, pp 220-232, 1987.

Reactions at metal oxide electrodes
E.J.M. O'Sollivan and E.J. Calvo, CCHK V 27, Ch 3, pp 247-360, 1987.

Ion conducting polymers
J.R. Owen, ESTP V 1, Ch 3, pp 45-66, 1987.

Probing pathways of neuroendocrine regulation with voltammetric microelectrodes
P.M. Plotsky, VMNS pp 273-309, 1987.

Counterions and adsorption of ion-exchange extractants at the oil/water interface
A.N. Popov, INIL Ch 8, pp 179-205, 1987.

Theory (of impedance spectroscopy): the electrical analogs of physical and chemical processes; physical and electrochemical models
I.D. Raistrick, J.R. Macdonald, and D.R. Franceschetti, IMS1 Ch 2, pp 27-132 and 317-339, 1987.

Aspects of theoretical treatment of polymer solid electrolytes: transport theory and models
M.A. Ratner, PERE V 1, Ch 7, pp 173-236, 1987.

Acoustic emission methods (experimental techniques)
R.D. Rawlings, TECM Ch 22, pp 351-408, 1987.

Study of the electrical double layer at the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions by impedance measurements
Z. Samec and V. Marecek, INIL Ch 6, pp 123-141, 1987.

Oxidation of organic compounds at the nickel hydroxide electrode
H.-J. Schafer, ETCC V 1, Ch 3, pp 101-129, 1987.

Quantitative interpretations of in vivo chronoamperometry: clues toward understanding the spatial and temporal influences of dopamine
J.0. Schenk and B.S. Bunney, VMNS pp 139-160, 1987.

Electrode kinetics and electrochemical cells (polymer electrolytes)
B. Scrosati, PERE V 1, Ch 10, pp 315-435, 1987.

Electrocapillarity and the electric double layer structure at oil/water interfaces
M. Senda, T. Kakiuchi, T. Osakai, and T. Kakutani, INIL Ch 5, pp 107-121, 1987.

Measurement of oxygen in biological systems (in environmental protection)
L. Serak, EAEA Ch 10, pp 174-191, 1987.

Electrochemical detectors for low-dispersion liquid chromatography
K. Slais, EDMC pp 53-94, 1987.

Perfluorinated ionomer membranes for use in the production of chlorine and caustic soda
P.J. Smith, ESTP V 1, Ch 7, pp 293-334, 1987.

Voltammetric determination of molecules of biological, environmental, and pharmaceutical importance
W.F. Smyth, CRAC V 18, pp 155-208, 1987.

The literature of electrochemistry and corrosion
M.J. Spicer, TECM Ch 28, pp 521-560, 1987.

Organic syntheses with electrochemically regenerable redox systems
E. Steckhan, ETCC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-69, 1987.

Electrophoresis of DNA in agarose and polyacrylamide gels
N.C. Stellwagen, AEPH V 1, Ch 4, pp 177-228, 1987.

Some theoretical and practical aspects of electrochemical detection in high-performance liquid chromatography
K. Stulik and V. Pacakova, EDMC pp 131-178, 1987.

Immuno-potentiometric sensors with antigen coated membrane
S. Suzuki and M. Aizawa, ESIA pp 47-59, 1987.

Affinity electrophoresis
K. Takeo, AEPH V 1, Ch 5, pp 229-279, 1987.

Electrochemical detectors and monitors of atmospheric pollution
J. Tenygl, EAEA Ch 8, pp 128-156, 1987.

Aluminum electrolysis, electrolyte and electrochemistry
J. Thonstad, AMSC V 6, Ch 2, pp 73-126, 1987.

Corrosion inhibitors
G. Trabanelli, COME Ch 3, pp 119-163, 1987.

Electrochemical detectors for liquid chromatography and other analytical flow-through systems (in environmental protection)
A. Trojanek, EAEA Ch 9, pp 157-173, 1987.

The chemistry of electrogenerated acids (EGA): how to generate EGA and how to utilize it?
K. Uneyama, ETCC V 1, Ch 5, pp 167-188, 1987.

Electroregenerated bases
J.H.P. Utley, ETCC V 1, Ch 4, pp 131-165, 1987.

Potentiometry with ion-selective electrodes (in environmental protection)
J. Vesely and K. Stulik, EAEA Ch 6, pp 85-108, 1987.

Ionic conductivity of poly(propylene oxide) electrolytes
M. Watanabe and N. Ogata, PERE V 1, Ch 3, pp 39-68, 1987.

Redox reactions at metal-solution interfaces
M.J. Weaver, CCHK V 27, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1987.

Heterogeneous enzyme immunoassay with amperometric detection
K.R. Wehmeyer, M.J. Doyle, H.B. Halsall, and W.R. Heineman, ESIA pp 309-325, 1987.

Molecular specificity of in vivo electrochemical measurements (voltammetry)
R.M. Wightman, D.S. Brown, W.G. Kuhr, and R.L. Wilson, VMNS pp 103-138, 1987.

Digoxin homogeneous enzyme-immunoassay with amperometric detection
D.S. Wright, H.B. Halsall, and W.R. Heineman, ESIA pp 117-130, 1987.


1988

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Iron oxide (Fe2O3) (semiconductor electrodes)
M. Anderman and J.H. Kennedy, SEEL Ch 3, pp 147-202, 1988.

Infrared spectroelectrochemistry
K. Ashley and S. Pons, CHRE V 88, pp 673-695, 1988.

Aspects of photo-electrochemical and surface behavior of titanium(IV) oxide
J. Augustynski, STAB V 69, pp 1-61, 1988.

Infrared reflectance spectroscopy
B. Beden and C. Lamy, SECH Ch 5, pp 189-261, 1988.

Electrofusion of cells
H. Berg, MOBE Ch 11, pp 365-389, 1988.

Surface-enhanced Raman scattering
R.L. Birke and J.R. Lombardi, SECH Ch 6, pp 263-348, 1988.

Recent developments in the theory of ion flow across membranes under imposed electric fields
M. Blank, MOBE Ch 10, pp 345-364, 1988.

HPLC with electrochemical detection
P. Blond, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 2.3, pp 284-299, 1988.

Medical applications of electrochemical sensors and techniques
G.S. Calabrese and K.M. O'Connell, ETCC V 2, Ch 2, pp 49-78, 1988.

Determination of microbial contaminations in waters and in foods (electrochemical techniques in biosciences)
G. Charriere and G.A. Junter, ETBS V 2, Part 3, Ch 2, pp 161-188, 1988.

Fermentation and bioprocess control (electrochemical techniques in biosciences)
D.J. Clarke and S.L. Brooks, ETBS V 2, Part 2, pp 13-93, 1988.

ESR spectroscopy of electrode processes
R.G. Compton and A.M. Waller, SECH Ch 7, pp 349-398, 1988.

Electrophoresis in plant testing and breeding
R.J. Cooke, AEPH V 2, Ch 4, pp 171-261, 1988.

Two-dimensional electrophoresis in plant biology
C. Damerval, M. Zivy, F. Granier, and D. de Vienne, AEPH V 2, Ch 5, pp 263-340, 1988.

Organic electrosyntheses in industry
D. Degner, ETCC V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-95, 1988.

The dynamic double layer: two-dimensional condensation at the mercury water interface
R. de Levie, CHRE V 88, pp 599-609, 1988.

Maintenance-free lead batteries with fixed electrolyte
K. Eberts, BFTP Ch 4, pp 39-65 and 208-209, 1988.

Progress and development trends of primary and secondary lithium batteries
K. Eberts, BFTP Ch 8, pp 130-209, 1988.

Semiconductor electrode concepts and terminology
H.O. Finklea, SEEL Ch 1, pp 1-42, 1988.

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) and strontium titanate (SrTiO3) (semiconductor electrodes)
H.O. Finklea, SEEL Ch 2, pp 43-145, 1988.

Gallium arsenide (GaAs) (semiconductor electrodes)
K.W. Frese, SEEL Ch 8, pp 373-410, 1988.

Apoplastic electropotentials in plants: measurement and use
W. Gensler, MOBE Ch 5, pp 105-122, 1988.

Gallium phosphide (GaP) (semiconductor electrodes)
D.S. Ginley and M.A. Butler, SEEL Ch 7, pp 329-372, 1988.

The current state of electrofocusing in immobilized pH gradients
A. Gorg, J.S. Fawcett, and A. Chrambach, AEPH V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-43, 1988.

Some aspects of organometallic chemistry in metalloporphyrin chemistry: synthesis, chemical reactivity, and electrochemical behavior of porphyrins with metal-carbon bonds
R. Guilard and K.M. Kadish, CHRE V 88, pp 1121-1146, 1988.

Contribution of protein electrophoretic analysis to cancer research
S.M. Hanash, AEPH V 2, Ch 6, pp 341-384, 1988.

Mechanism of reactions on colloidal microelectrodes and size quantization effects
A. Henglein, ETCC V 2, Ch 4, pp 113-180, 1988.

Electrochemistry at well-characterized surfaces
A.T. Hubbard, CHRE V 88, pp 633-656, 1988.

Electrochemical detectors for ion chromatographic analysis: a critical review
P. Jandik, P.R. Haddad, and P.E. Sturrock, CRAC V 20, pp 1-74, 1988.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.C. Johnson, M.D. Ryan, and G.S. Wilson, ACAR V 60, pp 147R-162R, 1988.

Electrochemical detection techniques in clinical microbiology
G.A. Junter, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 1.5, pp 137-188, 1988.

Organic electroreductions at very negative potentials
E. Kariv-Miller, R.I. Pacut, and G.K. Lehman, ETCC V 3, Ch 2, pp 97-130, 1988.

Electrochemical techniques for the determination of pollutants in foods and environmental samples
J.M. Kauffmann. J.C. Vire, and G.J. Patriarche, ETBS V 2, Part 3, Ch 1.1, pp 99-120, 1988.

Portable batteries: an overview and outlook
H.A. Kiehne, BFTP Ch 1, pp 1-11 and 208-209, 1988.

Power supply of appliances (portable batteries)
W.T.H. Koch and I. Bohm, BFTP Ch 6, pp 94-116 and 208-209, 1988.

UV-visible reflectance spaectroscopy
D.M. Kolb, SECH Ch 4, pp 87-188, 1988.

Passivity of metals – a materials science perspective
J. Kruger, IMAR V 33, pp 113-130, 1988.

Silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) (semiconductor electrodes)
N.S. Lewis and A.B. Bocarsly, SEEL Ch 5, pp 241-276, 1988.

Electrochemical techniques in bioanalysis
C.E. Lunte and W.R. Heineman, ETCC V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-48, 1988.

Direct current and bone growth
A.A. Marino, MOBE Ch 20, pp 657-709, 1988.

Photoelectrochemical solar energy conversion
R. Memming, ETCC V 2, Ch 3, pp 79-112, 1988.

Ion-selective microelectrodes (in vivo determinations in applied biosciences)
D. Michel and P. Blond, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 2.2, pp 215-283, 1988.

Ion-selective electrodes in clinical chemistry
P. Nabet, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 1.3, pp 85-102, 1988.

Tin oxide (SnO2), indium oxide (In2O3), and tungsten oxide (WO3) (semiconductor electrodes)
A. Nanthakumar and N.R Armstrong, SEEL Ch 4, pp 203-239, 1988.

Recent advances in pulse voltammetry
J.G. Osteryoung and M.M. Schreiner, CRAC V 19, pp S1-S27, 1988.

Electrical properties of biological tissue
R. Pethig, MOBE Ch 6, pp 125-179, 1988.

High performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection
M. Porthault, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 1.2, pp 53-84, 1988.

High-performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection techniques
M. Porthault, ETBS V 2, Part 3, Ch 1.2, pp 121-130, 1988.

Feasibility study of appliances from the user's point of view (portable batteries)
W. Raudzsus, BFTP Ch 5, pp 66-93 and 208-209, 1988.

Cadmium chalcogenides (CdS, CdSe, CdTe) (semiconductor electrodes)
D. Rauh, SEEL Ch 6, pp 277-327, 1988.

Electroacupuncture
M. Reichmanis, MOBE Ch 22, pp 757-782, 1988.

Second harmonic generation studies of interfacial structure and dynamics
G.L. Richmond, J.M. Robinson, and V.L. Shannon, PRSS V 28, pp 1-70, 1988.

X-ray techniques
J. Robinson, SECH Ch 2, pp 9-40, 1988.

Electrochemical biosensors in clinical analysis
J.L Romette, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 1.4, pp 103-136, 1988.

Electrical double layer at the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
Z. Samec, CHRE V 88, pp 617-632, 1988.

Mossbauer spectroscopy
D.A. Scherson, SECH Ch 8, pp 399-446, 1988.

Power supply of electronic watches (portable batteries)
W. Scheytt, BFTP Ch 7, pp 117-129 and 208-209, 1988.

Indium phosphide (InP) (semiconductor electrodes)
L.F. Schneemeyer, A. Heller, and B. Miller, SEEL Ch 9, pp 411-455, 1988.

Molybdenum and tungsten dichalcogenides (MoX2 and WX2) (semiconductor electrodes)
B. Scrosati, SEEL Ch 10, pp 457-507, 1988.

Electrochemical properties of conducting polymers
B. Scrosati, PSSC V 18, pp 1-77, 1988.

Photoemission phenomena at metallic and semiconducting electrodes
R.B. Severeyn and R.J. Gale, SECH Ch 3, pp 41-85, 1988.

Synthesis of alkaloidal compounds using an electrochemical reaction as a key step
T. Shono, ETCC V 3, Ch 3, pp 131-151, 1988.

Ion-selective electrodes
R.L. Solsky, ACAR V 60, pp 106R-113R, 1988.

Electrical silver antisepsis
J.A. Spadaro, MOBE Ch 19, pp 629-655, 1988.

Modern primary batteries
D. Spahrbier, BFTP Ch 2, pp 12-25 and 208-209, 1988.

Sealed nickel-cadmium accumulators (portable batteries)
D. Sprengel, BFTP Ch 3, pp 26-38 and 208-209, 1988.

Carbon fibre electrodes (in vivo determinations in applied biosciences)
J.L. Taboureau and P. Blond, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 2.1, pp 189-214, 1988.

On the direct immunochemical potentiometric signal
M. Thompson, J.S. Tauske1a, and U.J. Krull, ESIA pp 1-18, 1987.

Theory of electrophoretic transport and separations: the study of electrophoretic boundaries and fundamental separation principles by computer simulation
W. Thormann and R. Mosher, AEPH V 2, Ch 2, pp 45-108, 1988.

Evaluation of mobility data obtained from gel electrophoresis: strategies in the computation of particle and gel properties on the basis of extended Ogston model
D. Tietz, AEPH V 2, Ch 3, pp 109-169, 1988.

Role of the electrochemical method in the transformation of β-lactam antibiotics and perpenoids
S. Torii, H. Tanaka, and T. Inokuchi, ETCC V 3, Ch 4, pp 153-194, 1988.

Enzyme sensors for determination of toxic chemicals in environmental samples (electrochemical techniques in biosciences)
C. Tran-Minh and H. El Yamani, ETBS V 2, Part 3, Ch 1.3, pp 131-141, 1988.

Conventional and novel electrochemical detection techniques in clinical analysis
J.C. Vire, J.M. Kaufmann, and G.J. Patriarche, ETBS V 1, Part 1, Ch 1.1, pp 21-52, 1988.

Electrochemical gas sensors (electrochemical techniques in biosciences)
W. Weppner, ETBS V 2, Part 3, Ch 1.4, pp 142-160, 1988.


1989

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X rays as probes of electrochemical interfaces
H.D. Abruna, MAEC V 20, Ch 4, pp 265-326, 1989.

Recent developments in faradaic rectification studies
H.P. Agarwal, MAEC V 20, Ch 3, pp 177-263, 1989.

New hydrodynamic methods
W.J. Albery, C.C. Jones, and A.R. Mount, CCHK V 29, Ch 4, pp 129-148, 1989.

Phenomenology of fast ion conducting glasses: facts and confusions
C.A. Angell, HCSC Ch 5, pp 89-113, 1989.

Polymeric solid ion conductors: the immobile solvent concept
M. Armand and M. Gauthier, HCSC Ch 6, pp 114-145, 1989.

Materials for advanced high temperature secondary batteries
J.E. Battles, IMAR V 34, pp 1-18, 1989.

Electrochemical power sources: general basics
D. Berndt, BFTR Ch 1, pp 1-27 and 300, 1989.

Electrochemical power sources: general basics
D. Berndt, BTH1 Ch I.1, pp 1-27 and 507, 1989.

Battery systems for backup power supply
K. Boettger, BFTR Ch 5, pp 110-131 and 302, 1989.

Battery systems for backup power supply
K. Boettger, BTH1 Ch I.5, pp 110-131 and 509, 1989.

Fluctuations, structure factors and correlations: ionic transport in framework electrolytes (fast ion conduction)
Y. Boughaleb and M.A. Ratner, SSSE Ch 13, pp 515-551, 1989.

Solid oxide fuel cells
J.T. Brown, HCSC Ch 21, pp 630-663, 1989.

Superionic fluorites
C.R.A. Catlow, SSSE Ch 8, pp 339-379, 1989.

Proton conductors (fast ion conduction)
S. Chandra, SSSE Ch 5, pp 185-226, 1989.

Spin-dependent kinetics in dye-senzitized charge-carrier injection into organic crystal electrodes
K.-P. Charle and F. Willig, MAEC V 19, Ch 6, pp 359-389, 1989.

In-situ infrared studies of the electrode-electrolyte interface
P.A. Christensen and A. Hamnett, CCHK V 29, Ch 1, pp 1-77, 1989.

Nasicon materials (fast ion conduction)
G. Collin and J.P. Boilot, SSSE Ch 6, pp 227-263, 1989.

Electrochemistry of aluminum in aqueous solutions and physics of its anodic oxide
A. Despic and V. Parkhutik, MAEC V 20, Ch 6, pp 401-503, 1989.

Transport in ionic solids: theoretical aspects
W. Dieterich, HCSC Ch 2, pp 17-44, 1989.

Iron and its electrochemistry in an active state
D.M. Drazic, MAEC V 19, Ch 2, pp 69-192, 1989.

Composite electrolytes
N.J. Dudney, ARMS V 19, pp 103-120, 1989.

Maintenance-free lead batteries with fixed electrolyte
K. Eberts, BTH1 Ch II.4, pp 338-364 and 515, 1989.

Progress and development trends of primary and secondary lithium batteries
K. Eberts, BTH1 Ch II.8, pp 429-506, 1989.

The multivalent β" aluminas
G.C. Farrington, B. Dunn, and J.O. Thomas, HCSC Ch 13, pp 327-365, 1989.

High energy batteries
W. Fischer, BFTR Ch 9, pp 204-223 and 304-305, 1989.

High energy batteries
W. Fischer, BTH1 Ch I.9, pp 204-223 and 511-512, 1989.

High energy batteries with solid sodium ion conductive electrolytes
W. Fischer, HCSC Ch 20, pp 595-629, 1989.

Process control systems in electrochemical engineering
B. Fleet and C.E. Small, ERST Ch 13, pp 365-388, 1989.

Capillary electrophoresis
F. Foret and P. Bocek, AEPH V 3, Ch 4, pp 271-347, 1989.

Batteries for stationary power supply
H. Franke, BFTR Ch 6, pp 132-161 and 303, 1989.

Batteries for stationary power supply
H. Franke, BTH1 Ch I.6, pp 132-161 and 510, 1989.

Automotive starter batteries
G. Friedheim, BFTR Ch 8, pp 183-203 and 304, 1989.

Automotive starter batteries
G. Friedheim, BTH1 Ch I.8, pp 183-203 and 511, 1989.

Fast ion dynamics studied by neutron scattering and high frequency conductivity
K. Funke, SSSE Ch 15, pp 569-629, 1989.

Fast ion transport in glasses
F.A. Fusco and H.L. Tuller, SSSE Ch 2, pp 43-110, 1989.

Solid polymer electrolyte lithium batteries
M. Gauthier, A. Belanger, B. Kapfer, G. Vassort, and M. Armand, PERE V 2, Ch 9, pp 285-332, 1989.

Electrochemistry of liquid-liquid interfaces
H.H.J. Girault and D.J. Schiffrin, EACH V 15, Ch 1, pp 1-141, 1989.

Ellipsometry
R. Greef, CCHK V 29, Ch 10, pp 427-452, 1989.

Theories for the metal in the metal-electrolyte interface
J. Goodisman, MAEC V 20, Ch 1, pp 1-93, 1989.

Ellipsometry: principles and recent applications in electrochemistry
S. Gottesfeld, EACH V 15, Ch 2, pp 143-265, 1989.

Hydrodynamic voltammetry in continuous-flow analysis
H. Gunasingham and B. Fleet, EACH V 16, Ch 2, pp 89-180, 1989.

The future of superionics
P. Hagenmuller, SSSE Ch 17, pp 679-704, 1989.

An introduction to corrosion and its prevention
P. Hammonds, CCHK V 28, Ch 4, pp 233-279, 1989.

Electroreflectance at semiconductors
A. Hamnett, R.L. Lane, P.R. Trevellick, and S. Dennison, CCHK V 29, Ch 9, pp 385-426, 1989.

A computing strategy for the on-line accumulation and processing of electrochemical data
J.A. Harrison, CCHK V 29, Ch 11, pp 453-497, 1989.

Raman spectroscopic studies of species in situ at electrode surfaces
R.E. Hester, CCHK V 29, Ch 2, pp 79-104, 1989.

Design concepts in electrochemical process engineering
F. Hine and M.I. Ismail, ERST Ch 4, pp 54-91, 1989.

Electrochemical detectors in HPLC and ion chromatography
G. Horvai and E. Pungor, CRAC V 21, pp 1-28, 1989.

Structure of the solid-liquid interface
A.T. Hubbard, CCHK V 28, Ch 1, pp 1-67, 1989.

Future expectations for the application of solid ionic conductors
R.A. Huggins, HCSC Ch 22, pp 664-679, 1989.

Crystalline lithium ion conductors
J.T.S. Irvine and A.R. West, HCSC Ch 9, pp 201-222, 1989.

Traditional problems with electrochemical reactors
M.I. Ismail, F. Hine, and H. Vogt, ERST Ch 6, pp 114-144, 1989.

Electrolytes (electrochemical reactors)
M.I. Ismail, S.P. Sinha, and B.E. Conway, ERST Ch 8, pp 189-209, 1989.

Phenomenological theory of superionic transport
T. Ishikawa and H. Sato, SSSE Ch 11, pp 439-471, 1989.

Applications of solid electrolytes in galvanic sensors
K.T. Jacob and T. Mathews, HCSC Ch 18, pp 513-563, 1989.

Separators (electrochemical reactors)
V.K. Kadija and D.N. Bennion, ERST Ch 9, pp 210-247, 1989.

Batteries for electrically powered industrial trucks
H.A. Kiehne, BFTR Ch 2, pp 28-45 and 300, 1989.

Batteries for electrically powered industrial trucks
H.A. Kiehne, BTH1 Ch I.2, pp 28-45 and 507, 1989.

Batteries for electric road vehicles
H.A. Kiehne, BFTR Ch 3, pp 67-82 and 301-302, 1989.

Batteries for electric road vehicles
H.A. Kiehne, BTH1 Ch I.3, pp 67-82 and 508-509, 1989.

Standards and regulations for batteries and battery plants
H.A. Kiehne, BFTR Ch 13, pp 287-299 and 306-307, 1989.

Standards and regulations for batteries and battery plants
H.A. Kiehne, BTH1 Ch I.13, pp 287-299 and 513-514, 1989.

Portable batteries: an overview and outlook
H.A. Kiehne, BTH1 Ch II.1, pp 300-310 and 514, 1989.

Fundamentals of electrode kinetics
H. Kita and A. Aramata, ERST Ch 3, pp 29-53, 1989.

Power supply of appliances (portable batteries)
W.T.H. Koch and I. Bohm, BTH1 Ch II.6, pp 393-415 and 515, 1989.

Inertia-emf in solid ionic conductors: measurements on α-AgI and RbAg4I5
W. Koch and H. Rickert, HCSC Ch 4, pp 64-88, 1989.

Photoelectrochemical methods for III-V compound semiconductor device processing
P.A. Kohl and F.W. Ostermayer, ARMS V 19, pp 379-399, 1989.

Fuel cells
K. Kordesch and M. Reindl, ERST Ch 15, pp 450-505, 1989.

Solar electric power supply with batteries
H.K. Kothe, BFTR Ch 10, pp 224-241 and 305-306, 1989.

Solar electric power supply with batteries
H.K. Kothe, BTH1 Ch I.10, pp 224-241 and 512-513, 1989.

Batteries
A. Kozawa, Y. Sato, and K. Yonezu, ERST Ch 14, pp 389-449, 1989.

An example of large-scale battery aplication
H. Krakowski, BFTR Ch 7, pp 162-182, 1989.

An example of large-scale battery aplication
H. Krakowski, BTH1 Ch I.7, pp 162-182, 1989.

Sodium ion conductors with Nasicon framework structure
K.-D. Kreuer, H. Kohler, and J. Maier, HCSC Ch 11, pp 242-279, 1989.

Recent advances in the theory of charge transfer
A.M. Kuznetsov, MAEC V 20, Ch 2, pp 95-176, 1989.

Defect properties and their transport in silver halides and composites (fast ion conduction)
A.L. Laskar, SSSE Ch 7, pp 265-338, 1989.

Solid state primary and secondary batteries
R.G. Linford, HCSC Ch 19, pp 564-594, 1989.

The puddle-wheel model for ion conduction in some solid phases
A. Lunden and J.O. Thomas, HCSC Ch 3, pp 45-63, 1989.

Heterogeneous solid electrolytes (fast ion conduction)
J. Maier, SSSE Ch 4, pp 137-184, 1989.

Electrodes (electrochemical reactors)
S.L. Marchiano and A.J. Arvia, ERST Ch 7, pp 145-188, 1989.

Electrocapillary phenomena at the interface between two immiscible liquids
V.S. Markin and A.G. Volkov, PRSS V 30, pp 233-356, 1989.

Introduction to electrochemical reactors
F.R. McLarnon, E.J. Cairns, and M.I. Ismail, ERST Ch 1, pp 1-8, 1989.

Battery-powered traction from the user's point of view
E. Middendorf, BFTR Ch 4, pp 83-109 and 302, 1989.

Battery-powered traction from the user's point of view
E. Middendorf, BTH1 Ch I.4, pp 83-109 and 509, 1989.

Fluid transport in electrochemical reactor systems
N. Midoux and A. Storck, ERST Ch 11, pp 275-343, 1989.

Solid state batteries (fast ion conduction)
M.Z.A. Munshi and B.B. Owens, SSSE Ch 16, pp 631-677, 1989.

Chemically modified microelectrode arrays
M.J. Natan and M.S. Wrighton, PICH V 37, Ch 6, pp 391-494, 1989.

The conductivity pre-exponential of solid electrolytes (fast ion conduction)
A.S. Nowick and W.-K. Lee, SSSE Ch 9, pp 381-405, 1989.

Fast ion conducting polymers
J.R. Owen, SSSE Ch 3, pp 111-136, 1989.

The use of ex-situ UHV techniques to study electrode surfaces
R. Parsons, CCHK V 29, Ch 3, pp 105-127, 1989.

Theory and applications of periodic electrolysis
A.M. Pesco and H.Y. Cheh, MAEC V 19, Ch 4, pp 251-293, 1989.

Photocurrent spectroscopy
L.M. Peter, CCHK V 29, Ch 8, pp 353-383, 1989.

Theory of the effect of electrodeposition at a periodically changing rate on the morphology of metal deposits
K.I. Popov and M.D. Maksimovic, MAEC V 19, Ch 3, pp 193-250, 1989.

Proton conduction in solids
F.W. Poulsen, HCSC Ch 8, pp 166-200, 1989.

Recent trends in particle electrophoresis
A.W. Preece and K.A. Brown, AEPH V 3, Ch 5, pp 349-404, 1989.

Power supply concepts for driverless industrial trucks (batteries)
P. Preuss, BFTR Ch 2A, pp 46-66 and 300-301, 1989.

Power supply concepts for driverless industrial trucks (batteries)
P. Preuss, BTH1 Ch I.2A, pp 46-66 and 507-508, 1989.

Application of liquid chromatography/electrochemistry in pharmaceutical and biochemical analysis: a critical review
D.M. Radzik and S.M. Lunte, CRAC V 20, pp 317-358, 1989.

Polarographic studies on the kinetics of electrode processes of metal complexes
A.L.J. Rao, M. Singh, and M. Sharma, RACH V 9, pp 275-356, 1989.

Feasibility study of appliances from the user's point of view (portable batteries)
W. Raudzsus, BTH1 Ch II.5, pp 365-392 and 515, 1989.

New forms of molecular dynamics and superionic conductors
J.R. Ray, A. Rahman, and P. Vashishta, SSSE Ch 14, pp 553-567, 1989.

Mixed ionic electronic conductors
I. Riess and D.S. Tannhauser, HCSC Ch 17, pp 478-512, 1989.

Microelectrodes
J. Robinson, CCHK V 29, Ch 5, pp 149-172, 1989.

Fundamentals of electrochemical reactors
I. Rousar, ERST Ch 2, pp 9-28, 1989.

Fractal physics and superionic conductors
B. Sapoval, M. Rosso, and J.F. Gouyet, SSSE Ch 12, pp 473-514, 1989.

Power supply of electronic watches (portable batteries)
W. Scheytt, BTH1 Ch II.7, pp 416-428 and 516, 1989.

Fluoride solid electrolytes: ion dynamics
J. Schoonman and D.R. Francesschetti, HCSC Ch 14, pp 366-401, 1989.

Heat and mass transfer (electrochemical reactors)
L.W. Shemilt, ERST Ch 5, pp 92-113, 1989.

The sub-surface space charge and defect formation parameters (fast ion conduction)
L. Slifkin, SSSE Ch 10, pp 407-437, 1989.

Modern primary batteries
D. Spahrbier, BTH1 Ch II.2, pp 311-324 and 515, 1989.

Sealed nickel-cadmium accumulators (portable batteries)
D. Sprengel, BTH1 Ch II.3, pp 325-337 and 515, 1989.

Reduction potentials involving inorganic free radicals in aqueous solution
D.M. Stanbury, AICH V 33, Ch 3, pp 69-138, 1989.

Oxygen ion conductors
B.C.H. Steele, HCSC Ch 15, pp 402-446, 1989.

High conductivity solid ionic conductors: the past and the present
T. Takahashi, HCSC Ch 1, pp 1-16, 1989.

Recent trends in high conductivity solid electrolytes and their applications; an overview
T. Takahashi, SSSE Ch 1, pp 1-41, 1989.

Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide
I. Taniguchi, MAEC V 20, Ch 5, pp 327-400, 1989.

Electrocatalytic properties of carbon materials
M.R. Tarasevich and E.I. Khrushcheva, MAEC V 19, Ch 5, pp 295-358, 1989.

Control systems (electrochemical reactors)
H. Unbehauen and I. Alatiqi, ERST Ch 12, pp 344-364, 1989.

The use of channel electrodes in the investigation of interfacial reaction mechanisms
P.R. Unwin and R.G. Compton, CCHK V 29, Ch 6, pp 173-296, 1989.

Transport models for ion-exchange membranes
M.W. Verbrugge and P.N. Pintauro, MAEC V 19, Ch 1, pp 1-67, 1989.

Copper ion conductors
A.K. Viswanath and S. Radhakrishma, HCSC Ch 12, pp 280-326, 1989.

Composite solid ion conductors
J.B. Wagner, HCSC Ch 7, pp 146-165, 1989.

In-situ electrochemical ESR
A.M. Waller and R.G. Compton, CCHK V 29, Ch 7, pp 297-352, 1989.

Capillary electrophoresis
R.A. Wallingford and A.G. Ewing, ACHR V 29, Ch 1, pp 1-76, 1989.

Voltammetry following nonelectrolytic preconcentration
J. Wang, EACH V 16, Ch 1, pp 1-88, 1989.

Electrochemical aspects of low-dimensional molecular solids
M.D. Ward, EACH V 16, Ch 3, pp 181-312, 1989.

Charging methods and techniques: general demand and directions for selection of chargers (batteries)
E. Wehrle, BFTR Ch 11, pp 242-267 and 306, 1989.

Charging methods and techniques: general demand and directions for selection of chargers (batteries)
E. Wehrle, BTH1 Ch I.11, pp 242-267 and 513, 1989.

The structures of electrodeposits and the properties that depend on them
R. Weil, ARMS V 19, pp 165-182, 1989.

Commercially available materials for electrolyzer construction
H. Wendt, ERST Ch 10, pp 248-274, 1989.

Intercalation compounds: metal ions in chalcogenide and oxide hosts
K. West, HCSC Ch 16, pp 447-477, 1989.

Voltammetry at ultramicroelectrodes
R.M. Wightman and D.O. Wipf, EACH V 15, Ch 3, pp 267-353, 1989.

Technical aspects of chargers and current transformers: methods for supervision (batteries)
G. Will, BFTR Ch 12, pp 268-286, 1989.

Technical aspects of chargers and current transformers: methods for supervision (batteries)
G. Will, BTH1 Ch I.12, pp 268-286, 1989.

Significance of nonstoichiometry of β-alumina
L. Zu-Xiang, HCSC Ch 10, pp 223-241, 1989.


1990

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Probing electrochemical interfaces with x-rays
H.D. Abruna, ACHP V 77, pp 255-335, 1990.

Reaction kinetics and mechanisms on metal single-crystal electrode surfaces
R. Adzic, MAEC V 21, Ch 5, pp 163-236, 1990.

Conformational dynamics of DNA during gel electrophoresis studied by linear dichroism spectroscopy
B. Akerman, M. Johnsson, D. Moore, and J. Schellman, ELDM Ch 3, pp 23-41, 1990.

Troubleshooting electroless nickel plating solutions
M.J. Aleksinas, ELPL Ch 3, pp 101-109, 1990.

Pulsed field gel electrophoresis
R. Anand and E.M. Southern, GEN2 Ch 3, pp 101-123, 1990.

Peptide mapping (ectrophoresis)
A.T. Andrews, GEP2 Ch 5, pp 301-319, 1990.

Fast kinetics by means of direct and indirect electrochemical techniques
C.P. Andrieux, P. Hapiot, and J.-M. Saveant, CHRE V 90, pp 723-738, 1990.

Conversion of hydrogen in fuel cells
A.J. Appleby, G.J. Richter, J.R. Selman, and A. Winsel, ECHT Ch 7, pp 333-495, 1990.

Probing metalloproteins by voltammetry
F.A. Armstrong, STAB V 72, pp 137-221, 1990.

Electrochemistry of membranes and excitable cells
P.H. Barry and E.M. McLachlan, ELPH Ch 4, pp 107-138, 1990.

Electrophysiological aspects of cardiac diagnosis and treatment
G.E. Bauer, ELPH Ch 12, pp 269-279, 1990.

Electroless cobalt and cobalt alloys
P. Berkenkotter and D. Stephens, ELPL Ch 18-2, pp 481-509, 1990.

Electrochemical properties of cells: their role in the regulation of energy metabolism
M.N. Berry, A.R. Grivell, P.G. Wallace, and G.R. Welch, ELPH Ch 6, pp 151-169, 1990.

Fundamental aspects of electroless copper plating
P. Bindra and J.R. White, ELPL Ch 12, pp 289-329, 1990.

Structure of the electrical double layer
L. Blum, ACHP V 78, pp 171-222, 1990.

The electrochemical background to the study of electropharmacology
J. O’M. Bockris, M. Szklarczyk, and S. Szucs, ELPH Ch 2, pp 25-91, 1990.

Immunoelectrophoresis
T.C. Bog-Hansen, GEP2 Ch 4, pp 273-300, 1990.

Electrochemical aspects of thin-film storage media
V. Brusic, J. Horkans, and D.J. Barclay, AESE V 1, Ch 6, pp 249-287, 1990.

Genetic principles and the interpretation of electrophoretic data
D.G. Buth, EIFM Ch 1, pp 1-21, 1990.

Waste treatment of electroless plating solutions
R. Capaccio, ELPL Ch 20, pp 519-528, 1990.

Optimization, chlor-alkali membrane cells
S.N. Chatterjee, ECPD V 32, pp 326-338, 1990.

Theory and experimental aspects of the rotating hemispherical electrode
D-T. Chin, AESE V 1, Ch 4, pp 171-203, 1990.

Hydrogen evolution assisted by anodic combustion reaction
R.L. Clarke and P.C. Foller, ECHT Ch 6, pp 345-372, 1990.

The role of thin-film inorganic semiconductor materials in electropharmacology
C. Cobb, ELPH Ch 16, pp 391-413, 1990.

Applications of potentiometric ion sensors in the characterization of nonaqueous solvents
J.F. Coetzee, B.K. Deshmukh, and C.-C. Liao, CHRE V 90, pp 827-835, 1990.

Engineering applications of electroless nickel
J. Colaruotolo and D. Tramontana, ELPL Ch 8, pp 207-227, 1990.

The effect of electrical fields on the molecular organization and pharmacological response of cell membranes
H.G.L. Coster, ELPH Ch 5, pp 139-150, 1990.

Electrode materials for electrosynthesis
A.M. Couper, D. Pletcher, and F.C. Walsh, CHRE V 90, pp 837-865, 1990.

Gel electrophoresis of ribonucleoproteins
A.E. Dahlberg and P.J. Grabowski, GEN2 Ch 9, pp 275-289, 1990.

Electrodialysis
T.A. Davis, HIMT Ch 8, pp 482-510, 1990.

Theoretical aspects of electrophoresis
J.M. Deutsch, ELDM Ch 6, pp 81-99, 1990.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids
R. De Wachter, J. Maniloff, and W. Fiers, GEN2 Ch 5, pp 151-200, 1990.

Water electrolysis in low- and medium temperature regime
J. Divisek, ECHT Ch 2, pp 137-212, 1990.

High temperature electrochemical technology for hydrogen production and power generation
W. Donitz, E. Erdle, and R. Streicher, ECHT Ch 3, pp 213-259, 1990.

Applications of electrochemistry in studies of the oxidation chemistry of central nervous system indoles
G. Dryhurst, CHRE V 90, pp 795-811, 1990.

Electronic applications of electroless nickel
E.F. Duffek, D.W. Baudrand, and J.G. Donaldson, ELPL Ch 9, pp 229-259, 1990.

Introduction (electropharmacology)
G.M. Eckert, F. Gutmann, and H. Keyzer, ELPH Ch 1, pp 1-23, 1990.

Electrochemical investigation of chemical interactions of pharmacological importance
G.M. Eckert, F. Gutmann, and H. Keyzer, ELPH Ch 10, pp 219-245, 1990.

Physiological processes with an electrochemical basis: mechanism of action of drugs and electrical alternatives which modify these processes
G.M. Eckert and I.R. Neering, ELPH Ch 3, pp 93-106, 1990.

Drug and electrical methods in the relief of pain
G.M. Eckert and G.W. Wheatly, ELPH Ch 13, pp 281-312, 1990.

The electrophoresis of synthetic oligonucleotides
J.W. Efcavitch, GEN2 Ch 4, pp 125-149, 1990.

Solution electron-transfer reactions in organic and organometallic electrochemistry
D.H. Evans, CHRE V 90, pp 739-751, 1990.

The electrochemistry of conducting polymers
G.P. Evans, AESE V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-74, 1990.

Gel retardation analysis of nucleic acid-protein interactions (electrophoresis)
M.M. Garner and A. Revzin, GEN2 Ch 6, pp 201-223, 1990.

The analysis of sequence-specific DNA-binding proteins in cell extracts (electrophoresis)
G.H. Goodwin, GEN2 Ch 7, pp 225-247, 1990.

Gel electrophoresis of RNA
D. Grierson, GEN2 Ch 1, pp 1-49, 1990.

Composite electroless plating
N. Feldstein, ELPL Ch 11, pp 269-287, 1990.

Surface preparation for electroless nickel plating
J. Hajdu, ELPL Ch 7, pp 193-206, 1990.

Electrophoretic techniques in forensics and law enforcement
W.D. Harvey, EIFM Ch 15, pp 313-321, 1990.

Electronically conducting polymers
J. Heinze, ETCC V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1990.

Velocity of linear DNA during pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
G. Holzwarth, R.W. Whitcomb, K.J. Platt, G.D. Crater, and C.B. McKee, ELDM Ch 4, pp 43-53, 1990.

One-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
B.D. Homes, GEP2 Ch 1, pp 1-147, 1990.

Polymer electrolyte lithium batteries
A. Hooper, M. Gauthier, and A. Belanger, ESTP V 2, Ch 9, pp 375-411, 1990.

Progress in the study of methanol oxidation by in situ, ex situ and on-line methods
T. Iwasite-Vilstich, AESE V 1, Ch 3, pp 127-170, 1990.

Mechanism and kinetics of electrochemical hydrogen entry and degradation of metallic systems
R.N. Iyer and H.W. Pickering, ARMS V 20, pp 299-338, 1990.

Potentiometric microsensors
J. Janata, CHRE V 90, pp 691-703, 1990.

Preparation and properties of electrochemically synthesized polymers
R.B. Kaner, ESTP V 2, Ch 3, pp 97-147, 1990.

The application of electropharmacology to bone
H. Keyzer, J. Martel, and P. Martel, ELPH Ch 14, pp 313-335, 1990.

Overview of agarose gel properties (electrophoresis)
F.H. Kirkpatrick, ELDM Ch 2, pp 9-22, 1990.

Photoelectron spectroscopy of practical electrode materials
R. Kotz, AESE V 1, Ch 2, pp 75-126, 1990.

Electroless plating of silver
N. Koura, ELPL Ch 17, pp 441-462, 1990.

Equipment for electroless nickel
J. Kuczma, ELPL Ch 5, pp 139-167, 1990.

Capillary electrophoresis
W.G. Kuhr, ACAR V 62, pp 403R-414R, 1990.

Chemical deposition of metallic films from aqueous solutions (electroless plating)
D. Kunces, ELPL Ch 19, pp 511-517, 1990.

Plating on plastics (electroless plating)
J.J. Kuzmik, ELPL Ch 14, pp 377-399, 1990.

Perspective (electrophoresis of DNA)
E. Lai and B.W. Birren, ELDM Ch 9, pp 149-152, 1990.

Describing resolution in gel electrophoresis
L.S. Lerman and D. Sinha, ELDM Ch 1, pp 1-8, 1990.

Conductivity studies (polymers)
R.G. Linford, ESTP V 2, Ch 7, pp 281-318, 1990.

The fundamental aspects of electroless nickel plating
G.O. Mallory, ELPL Ch 1, pp 1-56, 1990.

Composition and kinetics of electroless nickel plating
G.O. Mallory, ELPL Ch 2, pp 57-99, 1990.

The nickel oxide electrode
J. McBreen, MAEC V 21, Ch 2, pp 29-63, 1990.

Chemically modified electrodes
A. Merz, ETCC V 4, Ch 2, pp 49-90, 1990.

Starch gel electrophoresis and histochemical visualization of proteins
D.C. Morizot and M.E. Schmidt, EIFM Ch 2, pp 23-80, 1990.

DC relaxation techniques for the investigation of fast electrode reactions
Z. Nagy, MAEC V 21, Ch 6, pp 237-292, 1990.

Electrophoresis of nucleosomes
R.H. Nicolas, GEN2 Ch 8, pp 249-274, 1990.

Vesicles, basement membranes, and the endothelial fibrin film as possible products of biological electrode reactions
B.E.W. Nordenstrom, ELPH Ch 8, pp 189-203, 1990.

Electrode kinetics and electrocatalysis of hydrogen and oxygen electrode reactions
D. Ohms, V. Plzak, S. Trasatti, K. Weisener, and H. Wendt, ECHT Ch 1, pp 1-135, 1990.

Electroless plating of gold and gold alloys
Y. Okinaka, ELPL Ch 15, pp 401-420, 1990.

Electroless plating of platinum group metals
Y. Okinaka and C. Wolowodiuk, ELPL Ch 16, pp 421-440, 1990.

Electrical double layer: recent experimental and theoretical developments
R. Parsons, CHRE V 90, pp 813-826, 1990.

Electroless deposition of alloys
F. Pearlstein, ELPL Ch 10, pp 261-268, 1990.

Dynamic aspects of semiconductor photoelectrochemistry
L.M. Peter, CHRE V 90, pp 753-769, 1990.

Conducting organic polymers
R.A. Pethrick, ESTP V 2, Ch 4, pp 149-199, 1990.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis
D. Rickwood, J.A.A. Chambers, and S.P. Spragg, GEP2 Ch 3, pp 217-272, 1990.

Isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
P.G. Righetti, E. Gianazza, C. Gelfi, and M. Chiari, GEP2 Ch 2, pp 149-216, 1990.

Zeolite-modified electrodes and electrode-modified zeolites
D.R. Rolison, CHRE V 90, pp 867-878, 1990.

Electroless cobalt and cobalt alloys
W.H. Safranek, ELPL Ch 18-1, pp 463-480, 1990.

Single electron transfer and nucleophilic substitution (organic electrochemistry)
J.-M. Saveant, APOC V 26, Ch 1, pp 1-130, 1990.

Recent contributions of Kolbe electrolysis to organic synthesis
H.-J. Schafer, ETCC V 4, Ch 3, pp 91-151, 1990.

Hydrogen by chlor-alkali electrolysis
P. Schmittinger, ECHT Ch 4, pp 261-300, 1990.

Electrochemistry of metallic glasses
P.C. Searson, P.V. Nagarkar, and R.M. Latanision, MAEC V 21, Ch 4, pp 121-161, 1990.

Gel electrophoresis of DNA
P.G. Saely and E.M. Southern, GEN2 Ch 2, pp 51-99, 1990.

Chemical sensors involving polymer films
C.A.C. Sequeira, ESTP V 2, Ch 8, pp 319-374, 1990.

EXAFS spectroelectrochemistry
L.R. Sharpe, W.R. Heineman, and R.C. Elder, CHRE V 90, pp 705-722, 1990.

Fluorescence microscopy and computer simulations of DNA molecules in conventional and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
S.B. Smith, S. Gurrieri, and C. Bustamante, ELDM Ch 5, pp 55-79, 1990.

Ion-selective electrodes
R.L. Solsky, ACAR V 62, pp 21R-33R, 1990.

Scanning tunneling microscopy: a natural for electrochemistry
R. Sonnenfeld, J. Schneir, and P.K. Hansma, MAEC V 21, Ch 1, pp 1-28, 1990.

Surface coordination chemistry of monometallic and bimetallic electrocatalysts
M.P. Soriaga, CHRE V 90, pp 771-793, 1990.

Test methods for electroless nickel
P. Stapleton, ELPL Ch 6, pp 169-191, 1990.

Electroless copper in printed circuit fabrication
F.E. Stone, ELPL Ch 13, pp 331-375, 1990.

Cathodic hydrogen evolution in thermochemical-electrochemical hybrid cycles
B.D. Struck, G.H. Schutz, and D. van Velzen, ECHT Ch 5, pp 301-343, 1990.

High-resolution zero integrated field electrophoresis of DNA
C. Turrnel, E. Brassard, R. Forsyth, K. Hood, G.W. Slater, and J. Noolandi, ELDM Ch 7, pp 101-131, 1990.

Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis: applications to long-range genetics
G.J.B. Van Ommen, J.T. Den Dunnen, H. Lehrach, and A. Poustka, ELDM Ch 8, pp 133-148, 1990.

Recent developments in polymer electrolytes
C.A. Vincent, ESTP V 2, Ch 2, pp 47-96, 1990.

Properties of electroless nickel plating
R. Weil and K. Parke, ELPL Ch 4, pp 111-137, 1990.

Isoelectric focusing of proteins
D.H. Whitmore, EIFM Ch 3, pp 81-105, 1990.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
C.A. Widrig, M.D. Porter, M.D. Ryan, T.G. Strein, and A.G. Ewing, ACAR V 62, pp 1R-20R, 1990.

In situ surface electrochemistry: radioactive labeling
A. Wieckowski, MAEC V 21, Ch 3, pp 65-119, 1990.

Electrochemical separation of gases
J. Winnick, AESE V 1, Ch 5, pp 205-248, 1990.


1991

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X-ray absorption spectroscopy in the study of electrochemical systems
H.D. Abruna, EIMT Ch 1, pp 1-54, 1991.

Principles of electrical stimulation (clinical electrotherapy)
G. Alon, CLE2 Ch 3, pp 35-103, 1991.

Basic concepts (organic electrochemistry)
C. Amatore, OEC3 Ch 2, pp 11-119, 1991.

Relations between micro- and macrophenomena (organic electrochemistry)
C. Amatore, OEC3 Ch 4, pp 207-232, 1991.

Natural products and pharmaceuticals (organic electrochemistry)
Y. Ban, T. Iwasaki, and H. Ohmizu, OEC3 Ch 19, pp 765-786, 1991.

Kinetic aspects of the use of modified electrodes and mediators in bioelectrochemistry
P.N. Bartlett, P. Tebbutt, and R.G. Whitaker, PRRK V 16, pp 55-155, 1991.

Carbonyl compounds
M.M. Baizer, OEC3 Ch 10, pp 433-464, 1991.

Electrolytic reductive coupling (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC3 Ch 22, pp 879-948, 1991.

Electrogenerated acids and bases (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC3 Ch 30, pp 1265-1282, 1991.

Paired electrosynthesis (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC3 Ch 35, pp 1421-1430, 1991.

Challenges and opportunities (organic electrochemistry)
M.M. Baizer, OEC3 Ch 36, pp 1431-1438, 1991.

Clinical uses of neuromuscular electrical stimulation
L.L. Baker, CLE2 Ch 6, pp 143-170, 1991.

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for pain management
J.O. Barr, CLE2 Ch 10, pp 261-315, 1991.

Applications of electron transfer theories to biological systems
P. Bertrand, STAB V 75, pp 1-47, 1991.

Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
R.L. Birke, T. Lu, and J.R. Lombardi, TCEE Ch 5, pp 211-277, 1991.

New developments in electrochemical mass spectroscopy
B. Bittins-Cattaneo, E. Cattaneo, P. Konigshoven, and W. Vielstich, EACH V 17, Ch 3, pp 181-220, 1991.

Surface finishing: electroplating, electropolishing, anodizing
L.D. Brown, S.J.D. Tait, and D. Wingate, ETUK Ch C, pp 39-44, 1991.

Solid electrolytes and intercalation compounds
P.G. Bruce, ARCH V 87A, Ch 11, pp 199-209, 1991.

The quartz crystal microbalance as an in situ tool in electrochemistry
D.A. Buttry, EIMT Ch 10, pp 529-566, 1991.

Applications of the quartz crystal microbalance to electrochemistry
D.A. Buttry, EACH V 17, Ch 1, pp 1-85, 1991.

Anodic fluorination (organic electrochemistry)
W.V. Childs, L. Christensen, F.W. Klink, and C.F. Kolpin, OEC3 Ch 26, pp 1103-1127, 1991.

Biomass (organic electrochemistry)
H.L. Chum, OEC3 Ch 20, pp 787-808, 1991.

Instrumentation (clinical electrotherapy)
T.M. Cook and J.O. Barr, CLE2 Ch 2, pp 11-33, 1991.

Electrical stimulation of healthy muscle and tissue repair
J. Cummings, CLE2 Ch 4, pp 105-120, 1991.

Iontophoresis (clinical electrotherapy)
J. Cummings, CLE2 Ch 11, pp 317-329, 1991.

Alkali and chlorine products: chlorine and sodium hydroxide
L.C. Curlin and T.V. Bommaraju, KOE4 V 1, pp 938-1025, 1991.

Neuromuscular stimulation for improving muscular strength and blood flow and influencing changes (clinical electrotherapy)
D.P. Currier, CLE2 Ch 7, pp 171-199, 1991.

Industrial electroorganic chemistry
D.E. Danley and C.J.H. King, OEC3 Ch 31, pp 1285-1336, 1991.

Chemically modified electrodes and conducting polymers (organic electrochemistry)
A.F. Diaz, OEC3 Ch 33, pp 1363-1396, 1991.

Systems under development (batteries)
A. Duffield, M. McNamee, J.J. Smithrick, C.D.S. Tuck, A. Leo, H.F. Gibbard, and R.J. Neat, MBAT Ch 6, pp 452-543, 1991.

Carboxylic acids and its derivatives
L. Eberson, J.H.P. Utley, and J.H. Wagenknecht, OEC3 Ch 12, pp 483-501, 1991.

Anodic oxidation of hydrocarbons
L. Eberson, J.H.P. Utley, and O. Hammerich, OEC3 Ch 13, pp 505-533, 1991.

Anodic substitution (organic electrochemistry)
L. Eberson, J.H.P. Utley, and O. Hammerich, OEC3 Ch 25, pp 1069-1101, 1991.

Recent advances in pulse cyclic and square-wave cyclic voltammetric analysis
G.N. Eccles, CRAC V 22, pp 345-380, 1991.

Mossbauer spectroscopy
J.I. Eldridge and W.E. O'Grady, TCEE Ch 8, pp 343-400, 1991.

Molecular beam deposition of thin films used in lithium microbatteries
J.-Y. Emery, MSSB Ch 1.2, pp 41-72, 1991.

Diffraction techniques for determining the structure of electrolytes in the liquid phase
J.E. Enderby, TCEE Ch 7, pp 327-341, 1991.

Catalytic and electrocatalytic methane oxidation with solid oxide membranes
D. Eng and M. Stoukides, CARE V 33, pp 375-412, 1991.

Photoelectrochemistry (organic electrochemistry)
M.A. Fox, OEC3 Ch 34, pp 1397-1420, 1991.

Photoinduced electron transfer on irradiated semiconductor surfaces
M.A. Fox, AETC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-53, 1991.

Electrochemical polymerization
B.L. Funt, OEC3 Ch 32, pp 1337-1362, 1991.

Pulsed field electrophoresis
R.M. Gemmill, AEPH V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-48, 1991.

Lithium battery systems
H.F. Gibbard, T.B. Reddy, D. Eyre, C.D.S. Tuck, J. Jolson, S. Wicelinski, D. Schrodt, A.E. Brown, H.V. Venkatasetty, A. Gilmour, A. Attewell, and F.C. Laman, MBAT Ch 5, pp 287-451, 1991.

Electrochemical sensors: gas sensors, biosensors
T.K. Gibbs and J. McAleer. ETUK Ch G, pp 77-84, 1991.

Direct electrochemistry of proteins and enzymes
L.-H. Guo and H.A.O. Hill, AICH V 36, Ch 9, pp 341-375, 1991.

Methods for the elucidation of organic electrochemical reactions
O. Hammerich and V.D. Parker, OEC3 Ch 3, pp 121-205, 1991.

Anodic oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
O. Hammerich and B. Svensmark, OEC3 Ch 16, pp 615-657, 1991.

Long-range electron transfer within metal-substituted protein complexes
B.M. Hoffman, M.J. Natan, J.M. Nocek, and S.A. Wallin, STAB V 75, pp 85-108, 1991.

Electrokinetics: electrodialysis
M. Jefferies and S.J.D. Tait, ETUK Ch E, pp 53-57, 1991.

Thin film microbatteries
C. Julien and M. Balkanski, MSSB Ch 1.1, pp 3-39, 1991.

Lithium insertion in chalcogenides: electrochemical properties and electrode applications
C. Julien, MSSB Ch 3.5, pp 309-341, 1991.

Chemical and electrochemical intercalation techniques (microbatteries)
C. Julien, I. Samaras, and G. Mouget, MSSB Ch 3.9, pp 397-427, 1991.

Electrochemical carbonization of fluoropolymers
L. Kavan, CHPC V 23, Ch 2, pp 69-171, 1991.

Magnetotherapy: potential clinical and therapeutic applications (clinical electrotherapy)
R. Kellogg, CLE2 Ch 14, pp 385-401, 1991.

Cathodic reactions of hydrocarbons
H. Kiesele and J. Heinze, OEC3 Ch 7, pp 331-359, 1991.

Interference current (clinical electrotherapy)
L.C. Kloth, CLE2 Ch 9, pp 221-260, 1991.

Electronic tunneling paths in proteins
A. Kuki, STAB V 75, pp 49-83, 1991.

An analysis of charge transfer rate constants for semiconductor/liquid interfaces
N.S. Lewis, ARPC V 42, pp 543-580, 1991.

Surface x-ray absorption spectroscopy, EXAFS and NEXAFS, for the in situ and ex situ study of electrodes
G.G. Long and J. Kruger, TCEE Ch 4, pp 167-209, 1991.

Practical problems in electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 6, pp 253-327, 1991.

Cathodic reduction of nitro and related compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 9, pp 401-432, 1991.

Reduction of azomethine compounds
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 11, pp 465-482, 1991.

Electrolysis of heterocyclic compounds
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 18, pp 701-763, 1991.

Electrochemistry. Novel interfaces and macromolecular electroactive systems
M.E.G. Lyons, ARCH V 87C, Ch 5, pp 119-171, 1991.

Cleavages and deprotection (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 24, pp 1029-1068, 1991.

Amalgam and related reductions (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC3 Ch 28, pp 1199-1215, 1991.

Applications of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy in electrochemistry and corrosion science
D.D. MacDonald, TCEE Ch 11, pp 515-580, 1991.

An introduction to electrochemistry in molten salts
G. Mamantov, C.L. Hussey, and R. Marassi, TCEE Ch 10, pp 471-513, 1991.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS): application in corrosion science and technology
F. Mansfeld and W.J. Lorenz, TCEE Ch 12, pp 581-647, 1991.

Electron transfer in genetically engineered proteins. The Cytochrome-c paradigm
A.G. Mauk, STAB V 75, pp 131-157, 1991.

Carbon electrodes: structural effects on electron transfer kinetics
R.L. McCreery, EACH V 17, Ch 4, pp 221-374, 1991.

Metal processing: electrochemical machining, electroforrning
J.A. McGeough and S.A. Watson, ETUK Ch D, pp 45-51, 1991.

Control of biological electron transport via molecular recognition and binding: the "Velcro" model
G. McLendon, STAB V 75, pp 159-174, 1991.

Solid-state microbatteries obtained by RF sputtering
G. Meunier and R. Dormoy, MSSB Ch 1.3, pp 73-95, 1991.

Ellipsometry as an in situ probe for the study of electrode processes
R.H. Muller, TCEE Ch 2, pp 31-125, 1991.

Microstructure and mechanical properties of electroless copper deposits
S. Nakahara and Y. Okinaka, ARMS V 21, pp 93-129, 1991.

Amides and amide mixtures, with special reference to electrochemical properties (molten salts)
R. Narayan and K.L.N. Phani, MSTE V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-40, 1991.

Battery construction, testing and materials (molten salts)
P.A. Nelson and T.D. Kaun, MSTE V 4, Ch 7, pp 229-266, 1991.

Electrophysiological evaluation: an overview (clinical electrotherapy)
R.M. Nelson and D.E. Nestor, CLE2 Ch 12, pp 331-360, 1991.

High-voltage pulsed current: theoretical bases and clinical applications
R. Newton, CLE2 Ch 8, pp 201-220, 1991.

Stereochemistry of organic electrode processes
T. Nonaka, OEC3 Ch 27, pp 1131-1195, 1991.

Surface enhanced Raman scattering
J.E. Pemberton, EIMT Ch 5, pp 193-263, 1991.

Halogenated organic compounds
D.G. Peters, OEC3 Ch 8, pp 361-400, 1991.

Rechargeable battery systems
K. Peters, C.P. Albon, J. Parker, and R.N. Thomas, MBAT Ch 4, pp 194-286, 1991.

Numerical techniques for modeling current distribution at plane and flow-by electrodes
G. Prentice, TCEE Ch 13, pp 649-676, 1991.

Investigations of electrochemical interfaces by nonlinear optical methods
G.L. Richmond, EIMT Ch 6, pp 265-337, 1991.

Optical second harmonic generation as an in situ probe of electrochemical interfaces
G.L. Richmond, EACH V 17, Ch 2, pp 87-180, 1991.

In situ characterization of electrodes by neutron scattering
C. Riekel, TCEE Ch 6, pp 279-325, 1991.

Temperature-gradient electrophoresis: a method for the analysis of conformational transitions and mutations in nucleic acids and proteins
D. Riesner, K. Henco, and G. Steger, AEPH V 4, Ch 4, pp 169-250, 1991.

Determination of the size, isomeric nature and net charge of enzymes by pore gradient electrophoresis
G.M. Rothe, AEPH V 4, Ch 5, pp 251-358, 1991.

In situ characterization of electrode processes by photothermal deflection spectroscopy
J.D. Rudnicki, F.R. McLarnon, and E.J. Cairns, TCEE Ch 3, pp 127-166, 1991.

Historical review of battery development and commercialization
A.J. Salkind, MBAT Ch 1, pp 23-30, 1991.

Laser interferometry study of mass transport limitation in electrodeposition of metals/polymers
K.S.V. Santhanam and R.N. O'Brien, TCEE Ch 9, pp 401-468, 1991.

Comparison between electrochemical and analogous chemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
H.J. Schafer, OEC3 Ch 5, pp 233-249, 1991.

Electrolytic oxidative coupling (organic electrochemistry)
H.J. Schafer, OEC3 Ch 23, pp 949-1027, 1991.

Mossbauer spectroscopy
D.A. Scherson, EIMT Ch 8, pp 411-477, 1991.

Commercial nonrechargeable battery systems
B. Schumm, J.C. Hunter, E.A. Megahed, and V.H. Vu, MBAT Ch 3, pp 87-193, 1991.

Electrode reactions of well-characterized adsorbed molecules
C. Shannon, D.G. Frank, and A.T. Hubbard, ARPC V 42, pp 393-431, 1991.

Electrogenerated reagents (organic electrochemistry)
J. Simonet, OEC3 Ch 29, pp 1217-1263, 1991.

Electrochemistry: a technique to form, to modify and to characterize organic conducting polymers
J. Simonet and J. Rault-Berthelot, PSSC V 21, pp 1-48, 1991.

Measurements of surface forces
C.P. Smith, S.R. Snyder, and H.S. White, EIMT Ch 4, pp 155-192, 1991.

Electrical stimulation of denervated muscle
N.I. Spielholz, CLE2 Ch 5, pp 121-142, 1991.

Nitrogen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
E. Steckhan, OEC3 Ch 15, pp 581-613, 1991.

Infrared spectroelectrochemistry: a probe of the molecular architecture of the electrochemical interface
S.M. Stole, D.D. Pepone, and M.D. Porter, EIMT Ch 7, pp 339-410, 1991.

Anodic oxidation of sulfur-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
B. Svensmark and O. Hammerich, OEC3 Ch 17, pp 659-698, 1991.

Plastocyanin and the blue copper protein
A.G. Sykes, STAB V 75, pp 175-224, 1991.

Experimental simulation of porous electrodes
S. Szpak, TCEE Ch 14, pp 677-716, 1991.

New aspects of electrophoresis of membrane proteins: electrophoretic light scattering and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate analogues
T. Tagaki, AEPH V 4, Ch 7, pp 391-406, 1991.

Bulk chemicals: chlor-alkali, metals, gases, other processes; Electrosynthesis: inorganic, organic
S.J.D. Tait, ETUK Ch A-B, pp 1-37, 1991.

Long-range electron transfer in metalloproteins
M.J. Therein, J. Chang, A.L. Raphael, B.E. Bowler, and H.B. Gary, STAB V 75, pp 109-129, 1991.

Surface x-ray scattering
M.F. Toney and O.R. Melroy, EIMT Ch 2, pp 55-129, 1991.

Carboxylic acids
S. Torii and H. Tanaka, OEC3 Ch 14, pp 535-579, 1991.

Batteries and fuel cells
C. Tuck. and D.S. Cameron, ETUK Ch F, pp 59-67, 1991.

The chemistry and electrochemistry of battery systems
C.D.S. Tuck and A. Gilmour, MBAT Ch 2, pp 31-86, 1991.

Review of physiology (clinical electrotherapy)
N.L. Urbscheit, CLE2 Ch 1, pp 1-9, 1991.

Techniques for nucleation analysis in metal electrodeposition
T. Vargas and R. Varma, TCEE Ch 5, pp 717-760, 1991.

Techniques for the study of solid ionic conductors
J.B. Wagner, TCEE Ch 1, pp 3-30, 1991.

Organoelemntal and coordination compounds (organic electrochemistry)
L. Walder, OEC3 Ch 21, pp 809-875, 1991.

Environmental protection
F.C. Walsh, ETUK Ch G, pp 69-76, 1991.

Elucidation of structural aspects of electrode/electrolyte interfaces with x-ray standing waves
J.H. White, EIMT Ch 3, pp 131-154, 1991.

Electromyographic biofeedback: an overview (clinical electrotherapy)
S.L. Wolf, CLE2 Ch 13, pp 361-383, 1991.

Radioactive labeling: toward characterization of well-defined electrodes
P. Zelenay and A. Wieckowski, EIMT Ch 9, pp 479-527, 1991.


1992

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Use of denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis to study conformational transitions in nucleic acids
E.S. Abrams and V.P. Stanton, DNAS Ch 4, pp 71-104, 1992.

Layer hydrates (proton conduction)
G. Alberti and M. Casciola, PCSM Ch 16, pp 238-253, 1992.

Physics and applications of semiconductor electrodes covered with metal clusters
P. Allongue, MAEC V 23, Ch 4, pp 239-314, 1992.

Analysis of the capacitance of the metal-solution interface: role of the metal and the metal-solvent coupling
S. Amokrane and J.P. Badiali, MAEC V 22, Ch 1, pp 1-95, 1992.

Catalysis at redox polymer coated electrodes
C.P. Andrieux and J.-M. Saveant, MDES Ch 5, pp 207-270, 1992.

Dynamic electrochemistry of iron-sulfur proteins
F.A. Armstrong, AICH V 38, Ch 3, pp 117-163, 1992.

Electrodes modified with clays, zeolites, and related microporous solids
A.J. Bard and T. Mallauk, MDES Ch 6, pp 271-312, 1992.

Instrumentation (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.N. Barisci, P.J. Riley, and G.G. Wallace, WCAC V 27, Ch 2, pp 71-113, 1992.

Surface states on semiconductors
R.A. Batchelor and A. Hamnett, MAEC V 22, Ch 3, pp 265-415, 1992.

Electrocatalytic oxidation of oxygenated aliphatic organic compounds at noble metal electrodes
B. Beden, J.-M. Leger, and C. Lamy, MAEC V 22, Ch 2, pp 97-264, 1992.

Transition metal and organic redox-active macrocycles designed to electrochemically recognize charged and neutral guest species
P.D. Beer, AICH V 39, Ch 2, pp 79-157, 1992.

Analytical voltammetry in pharmacy
P.M. Bersier and J. Bersier, WCAC V 27, Ch 4, pp 159-343, 1992.

Analytical voltammetry in environmental science. II. Organic and organometallic species
P.M. Bersier and J. Bersier, WCAC V 27, Ch 6, pp 381-464, 1992.

NMR studies of local motions in fast protonic conductors
S.V. Bhat, PCSM Ch 22, pp 350-366, 1992.

Applications of proton conductors in electrochromic devices (ECDs)
O. Bohnke, PCSM Ch 38, pp 551-566, 1992.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis of circular DNA topoisomers
R. Bowater, F. Aboul-Ela, and D.M.J. Lilley, DNAS Ch 5, pp 105-120, 1992.

Solid electrolytes and intercalation compounds
P.G. Bruce, ARCH V 88A, Ch 22, pp 435-445, 1992.

Dynamics of adsorption and two-dimensional phase transitions at electrode surfaces
C. Buess-Herman, FECH V 1, Ch 2, pp 77-118, 1992.

PFGE using double-inhomogeneous fields or orthogonal field-alternating gel electrophoresis (OFAGE)
M. Burmeister, PFGE Ch 4, pp 39-49, 1992.

Measurement of interfacial processes at electrode surfaces with the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
D.A. Buttry and M.D. Ward, CHRE V 92, pp 1355-1379, 1992.

Field-inversion gel electrophoresis
G.F. Carle, PFGE Ch 1, pp 3-18, 1992.

Theory of analytical voltammetry
J.F. Cassidy, WCAC V 27, Ch 1, pp 1-69, 1992.

Proton containing NASICON phases (proton conduction)
A. Clearfield, PCSM Ch 15, pp 224-237, 1992.

Frequency dependent conductivity, microwave dielectric relaxation and proton dynamics (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and J.C. Badot, PCSM Ch 25, pp 389-408, 1992.

Proton conductors: classification and conductivity
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 3, pp 38-60, 1992.

Defects, non-stoichiometry and phase transitions (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 4, pp 61-78, 1992.

Anhydrous materials: oxonium perchlorate, acid phosphates, arsenates, sulphates and selenates (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 11, pp 165-182, 1992.

Hydrogen uranyl phosphate, H3OUO2PO4.3H2O (HUP), and related materials (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 17, pp 254-271, 1992.

From crystalline to amorphous (particle) hydrates: inorganic polymers, glasses, clays, gels and porous media (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 18, pp 272-293, 1992.

Vibrational spectroscopy of proton conductors
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 23, pp 367-376, 1992.

Conductivity mechanisms and models in anhydrous protonic conductors
P. Colomban and A. Novak, PCSM Ch 30, pp 457-473, 1992.

Supercapacitors and interfacial charge accumulation devices (proton conduction)
P. Colomban and M. Pham-Thi, PCSM Ch 39, pp 567-572, 1992.

Behavior and characterization of kinetically involved chemisorbed intermediates in electrocatalysis of gas evolution reactions
B.E. Conway and B.V. Tilak, ADCA V 38, Ch 1, pp 1-147, 1992.

In situ second harmonic generation studies of molecular orientation at electrode surfaces
R.M. Corn, FECH V 1, Ch 8, pp 391-408, 1992.

Global features of DNA structure by comparative gel electrophoresis
D.M. Crothers and J. Drak, DNAS Ch 3, pp 46-71, 1992.

Electrochemical deposition of semiconductors
R.C. DeMattei and R.S. Feigelson, ESCE Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1992.

Flow modulation techniques in electrochemistry
C. Deslouis and B. Tribollet, AESE V 2, Ch 4, pp 205-264, 1992.

The dynamics of DNA gel electrophoresis
J.M. Deutsch, PFGE Ch 24, pp 367-384, 1992.

Structure and characterization of hydrogen insertion compounds of metal oxides (proton conduction)
P.G. Dickens and A.M. Chippindale, PCSM Ch 7, pp 101-121, 1992.

Electrochemical migration (in semiconductors and devices)
G. DiGiaccomo, ESCE Ch 6, pp 255-295, 1992.

Electrodeposition of nickel-iron alloys
S.J. Djokic and M.D. Maksimovic, MAEC V 22, Ch 4, pp 417-466, 1992.

Capillary gel electrophoresis
R.S. Dubrow, CETP Ch 5, pp 133-157, 1992.

Modification of electrode surfaces with self-organized electroactive microstructures
J.S. Facci, MDES Ch 3, pp 119-158, 1992.

Analytical voltammetry in environmental science. I. Inorganic species
J.M. Fernandez, P.J. Hayes, and M.R. Smyth, WCAC V 27, Ch 5, pp 345-379, 1992.

Amperometric biosensors
J.R. Flores and E. Lorenzo, WCAC V 27, Ch 8, pp 531-570, 1992.

Theory and analytical applications of modified electrodes
R.J. Foster and J.G. Vos, WCAC V 27, Ch 7, pp 465-529, 1992.

Raman spectroscopic studies of proton conductors
R. Frech, PCSM Ch 24, pp 377-388, 1992.

Highly ionic hydroxides: unexpected proton conductivity in Mg(OH)2 and homologues
F. Freund, PCSM Ch 9, pp 138-157, 1992.

Hydrogen behavior in graphite-nitric acid intercalation compounds (proton conduction)
H. Fuzellier and J. Conrad, PCSM Ch 12, pp 183-189, 1992.

Transverse alternating-field electrophoresis
K. Gardiner, PFGE Ch 5, pp 51-61, 1992.

Applications of perfluorinated proton conductors (Nafions)
C. Gavach and C. Pourcelly, PCSM Ch 32, pp 487-498, 1992.

Factors affecting the performance of capillary electrophoresis separations: joule heating, electroosmosis, and zone dispersion
P.D. Grossman, CETP Ch 1, pp 3-43, 1992.

Free-solution capillary electrophoresis
P.D. Grossman, CETP Ch 4, pp 111-132, 1992.

Capillary electrophoresis in entangled polymer solutions
P.D. Grossman, CETP Ch 8, pp 215-233, 1992.

Molecular models of organic adsorption at metal-water interfaces
R. Guidelli, FECH V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-76, 1992.

All solid-state protonic batteries (proton conduction)
J. Guitton, C. Poinsignon, and J.Y. Sanchez, PCSM Ch 37, pp 539-550, 1992.

Solid oxide fuel cells
A. Hammou, AESE V 2, Ch 2, pp 87-139, 1992.

Theoretical background, principles and technical details of AFF-EP (affinity electrophoresis)
P.M.H. Heegaard et al. AFEP Part A, Section 1, pp 1-57, 1992.

Isoelectric focusing in capillaries
S. Hjerten, CETP Ch 7, pp 191-214, 1992.

Inorganic ion exchangers (proton conduction)
H. Ikawa, PCSM Ch 13, pp 190-209, 1992.

High temperature proton conductors based on perovskite-type oxides
H. Iwahara, PCSM Ch 8, pp 122-137, 1992.

Fuel-cells, steam-electrolysis for hydrogen production and hydrogen separation using high temperature protonic conductors
H. Iwahara, PCSM Ch 34, pp 511-522, 1992.

Protonic species and their structures (proton conduction)
D.J. Jones and J. Roziere, PCSM Ch 2, pp 18-37, 1992.

Comparison of results obtained by AFF-EP and other affinity based techniques (affinity electrophoresis)
P.C. Kelleher et al. AFEP Part A, Section 3, pp 87-115, 1992.

NMR in gels and porous media (proton conduction)
J.P. Korb and F. Devreux, PCSM Ch 28, pp 432-443, 1992.

Electron transfer at semiconductor electrode-liquid electrolyte interfaces
C.A. Koval and J.N. Howard, CHRE V 92, pp 411-433, 1992.

Radiochemical methods to measure adsorption at smooth polycrystalline and single crystal surfaces
E.K. Krauskopf and A. Wieckowski, FECH V 1, Ch 3, pp 119-169, 1992.

Measuring the true proton conductivity
K.-D. Kreuer, PCSM Ch 26, pp 409-417, 1992.

Conducting mechanisms in materials with volatile molecules (proton conduction)
K.-D. Kreuer, PCSM Ch 31, pp 474-486, 1992.

Proton conduction in zeolites
E. Krogh Andersen, I.G. Krogh Andersen, and E. Skou, PCSM Ch 14, pp 210-223, 1992.

Capillary electrophoresis
W.G. Kuhr and C.A. Monnig, ACAR V 64, pp 389R-407R, 1992.

Mixed inorganic-organic systems: the acid/polymer blends (proton conduction)
J.C. Lassegues, PCSM Ch 20, pp 311-328, 1992.

Incoherent neutron scattering studies of proton conductors: from the anhydrous solid state to aqueous solutions
J.C. Lassegues, PCSM Ch 21, pp 329-349, 1992.

Electron transfer mediation in metal complex polymer films
C.R. Leidner, MDES Ch 7, pp 313-332, 1992.

Theories of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
S.D. Levene, PFGE Ch 23, pp 347-365, 1992.

Molecular adsorption at gold and silver electrodes
J. Lipkowski and L. Stolberg, FECH V 1, Ch 4, pp 171-238, 1992.

Ion and electron transfer across monolayers of organic surfactants
J. Lipkowski, MAEC V 23, Ch 1, pp 1-99, 1992.

Application of AFF-EP for basic research (affinity electrophoresis)
A. Mackiewicz et al. AFEP Part B, pp 117-179, 1992.

Dynamics of electron transport in polymeric assemblies of redox centers
M. Majda, MDES Ch 4, pp 159-206, 1992.

Mass and charge transport in electronically conductive polymers
C.R. Martin and L.S. Van Dyke, MDES Ch 9, pp 403-424, 1992.

Solid-state gas sensors operating at room temperature (proton conduction)
N. Miura and N. Yamazoe, PCSM Ch 36, pp 527-538, 1992.

Quantitative aspects of capillary electrophoresis analysis
S.E. Moring, CETP Ch 3, pp 87-108, 1992.

Introduction to the chemistry of molecularly designed electrode surfaces
R.W. Murray, MDES Ch 1, pp 1-48, 1992.

IR spectroscopy of molecules at the solid-solution interface
R.J. Nichols, FECH V 1, Ch 7, pp 347-389, 1992.

Synthesis of polycrystalline H3O+ and NH4+ -β"/β-Al2O3 and potential applications in steam-electrolysis/fuel cells (proton conduction)
P.S. Nicholson, PCSM Ch 33, pp 499-510, 1992.

Design techniques in cathodic protection engineering
K. Nisancioglu, MAEC V 23, Ch 3, pp 149-237, 1992.

Theory of DNA gel electrophoresis
J. Noolandi, AEPH V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-57, 1992.

Preparation, manipulation, and pulse strategy for one-dimensional pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (ODPFGE)
J. Noolandi and C. Turmel, PFGE Ch 7, pp 73-103, 1992.

Elastic bag model of one-dimensional pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (ODPFGE)
J. Noolandi and C. Turmel, PFGE Ch 27, pp 451-467, 1992.

Detection methods in capillary electrophoresis
T.M. Oleflrowicz and A.G. Ewing, CETP Ch 2, pp 45-85, 1992.

Voltammetric diagnosis of charge transport on polymer coated electrodes
N. Oyama and T. Oshaka, MDES Ch 8, pp 333-402, 1992.

Electric breakdown in anodic oxide films
V.P. Parkhutik, J.M. Albella, and J.M. Martinez-Duart, MAEC V 23, Ch 5, pp 315-391, 1992.

In situ Raman spectroscopy at metal electrodes
B. Pettinger, FECH V 1, Ch 6, pp 285-345, 1992.

Reflectance spectroscopy and ellipsometry of organic monolayers
W. Plieth, W. Kozlowski, and T. Twomey, FECH V 1, Ch 5, pp 239-283, 1992.

Perflourinated membranes (proton conduction)
C. Pourcelly and C. Gavach, PCSM Ch 19, pp 294-310, 1992.

Hydrogen bond and protonic species (proton conduction)
A. Potier, PCSM Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1992.

Potentiometric ion-, gas-, and bio-selective membrane electrodes
D.M. Pranitis, M. Telting-Diaz, and M.E. Meyerhoff, CRAC V 23, pp 163-186, 1992.

Electrochemical capacitors
I.D. Raistrick, ESCE Ch 7, pp 297-355, 1992.

Photoelectrochemical processing of semiconductors
R.D. Rauh, ESCE Ch 4, pp 177-216, 1992.

Second harmonic generation as an in-situ probe of single crystal electrode surfaces
G.L. Richmond, AESE V 2, Ch 3, pp 141-204, 1992.

Electrophoresis
P.G. Righetti, CEP5 Ch 11, pp A481-A517, 1992

Preparative electrophoresis with and without immobilized pH gradients
P.G. Righetti, M. Faupel, and E. Wenisch, AEPH V 5, Ch 5, pp 159-200, 1992.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
M.D. Ryan and J.Q. Chambers, ACAR V 64, pp 79R-116R, 1992.

Ice (proton conduction)
I.A. Ryzhkin, PCSM Ch 10, pp 158-164, 1992.

Ice based devices (proton conduction)
I.A. Ryzhkin, PCSM Ch 35, pp 523-526, 1992.

Adsorbed organic molecules at well-defined electrode surfaces
G.N. Salaita and A.T. Hubbard, MDES Ch 2, pp 49-118, 1992.

Chemical etching: principles and applications
K. Sangwal, ESCE Ch 2, pp 53-126, 1992.

Microelectrode techniques in electrochemistry
B.R. Schafriker, MAEC V 22, Ch 5, pp 467-519, 1992.

Varieties of AFF-EP systems (affinity electrophoresis)
D. Schranz et al. AFEP Part A, Section 2, pp 59-86, 1992.

Fundamentals of micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
M.J. Sepaniak, A.C. Powell, D.F. Swaile, and R.O. Cole, CETP Ch 6, pp 159-189, 1992.

Analytical voltammetry of biological molecules
J.M. Sequaris, WCAC V 27, Ch 3, pp 115-157, 1992.

Clinical application of AFF-EP (affinity electrophoresis)
N. Seta et al. AFEP Part C, pp 181-270, 1992.

D.c techniques and a.c./d.c. combination techniques (proton conduction)
E. Skou, I.G. Krogh Andersen, and E. Krogh Andersen, PCSM Ch 27, pp 418-431, 1992.

Mobility in hydrogen-containing oxide bronzes: the atomic level detail (proton conduction)
R.C.T. Slade, PCSM Ch 29, pp 444-456, 1992.

Ultra-high vacuum techniques in the study of single-crystal electrode surfaces
M.P. Soriaga, PRSS V 39, pp 325-443, 1992.

Aluminum and aluminum alloys
J.T. Staley and W. Haupin, KOE4 V 2, pp 184-251, 1992.

Hydrogen in metals: structure, diffusion and tunnelig (proton conduction)
I. Svare, PCSM Ch 6, pp 90-100, 1992.

Electrochemical passivation of (Hg,Cd)Te
R.T. Talasek, ESCE Ch 3, pp 127-176, 1992.

Structural studies of proton conductors
J.O. Thomas, PCSM Ch 5, pp 79-89, 1992.

Photoelectrochemical characterization (of semiconductors and devices)
M. Tomkiewicz, ESCE Ch 5, pp 217-254, 1992.

Electrocatalysis of hydrogen evolution: progress in cathode activation
S. Trasatti, AESE V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-85, 1992.

Reptation theory of pulsed electrophoresis and trapping electrophoresis
J.L. Viovy and A.D. Defontaines, PFGE Ch 26, pp 403-450, 1992.

Dynamical solvent effects on activated electron-transfer reactions: principles, pitfalls, and progress
M.J. Weaver, CHRE V 92, pp 463-480, 1992.

Determination of current distributions governed by Laplace's equation
A.C. West and J. Newman, MAEC V 23, Ch 2, pp 101-147, 1992.

Electromigration on semiconductor surfaces
H. Yasunaga and A. Natori, SUSR V 15, pp 205-280, 1992.

Rotating field gel electrophoresis (ROFE)
A. Ziegler and A. Volz, PFGE Ch 6, pp 63-72, 1992.


1993

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Highly conductive polymer electrolytes
K.M. Abraham, AEAP Ch 3, pp 75-112, 1993.

Research, development, and demonstration of phosphoric acid fuel cell systems
R. Anahara, FUCS Ch 8, pp 271-434, 1993.

Characteristics of fuel cell systems
A.J. Appleby, FUCS Ch 5, pp 157-199, 1993.

Electrochemistry of fuel cells
E. Barendrecht, FUCS Ch 3, pp 73-119, 1993.

Bioelectrochemical field effects: electrostimulation of biological cells by low frequencies
H. Berg, MAEC V 24, Ch 3, pp 123-137, 1993.

Electrochemistry of nerve excitation
M. Blank, MAEC V 24, Ch 1, pp 1-37, 1993.

Batteries: primary cells
G. Blomgren and J. Hunter, KOE4 V 3, pp 991-1028, 1993.

Introduction (fuel cells)
L.J.M.J. Blomen and M.N. Mugerwa, FUCS pp 1-17, 1993.

System design and optimization (fuel cells)
L.J.M.J. Blomen and M.N. Mugerwa, FUCS Ch 6, pp 201-244, 1993.

Analytical capillary electrophoresis
P. Bocek, AIMA Ch 6, pp 97-141, 1993.

Dynamic changes of electrolyte systems in zone electrophoresis
P. Bocek and P. Gebauer, CEPT Ch 7, pp 261-283, 1993.

Structure formation in the double layer at the electrode-aqueous electrolyte interface
Z. Borkowska and U. Stimming, FECH V 2, Ch 8, pp 277-307, 1993.

Batteries: introduction
R. Brodd, KOE4 V 3, pp 963-991, 1993.

Chemometric techniques in electrochemistry: a critical review
S.D. Brown and R.S. Bear, CRAC V 24, pp 99-131, 1993.

Batteries: secondary cells, lead-acid
K.R. Bullock and J.R. Pierson, KOE4 V 3, pp 1083-1107, 1993.

Membrane chlor-alkali process
H.S. Burney, MAEC V 24, Ch 7, pp 393-438, 1993.

History and development of capillary electrophoresis
P. Camilleri, CAP1 Ch 1, pp 1-23, 1993.

Modern electroplating and electrofinishing techniques
R. Child, MEPP Ch 24, pp 291-300, 1993.

Multichannel spectroscopic ellipsometry for real-time analysis of electrochemical and plasma deposition of thin films
R.W. Collins, NTET Ch 6, pp 115-150, 1993.

Photoelectrochemical dynamics
R.G. Compton, R.A.W. Dryfe, and J.C. Eklund, RCHK V 1, Ch 5, pp 239-306, 1993.

Recent advances in pharmaceutical analysis with potentiometric membrane sensors
V.V. Cosofret and R.P. Buck, CRAC V 24, pp 1-58, 1993.

The application of modern chromatographic and electromigration methods in biochemical analysis
Z. Deyl, AIMA Ch 15, pp 379-405, 1993.

Covalent surface modification for capillary electrophoresis: characterization and effect of nonionic bondings on separations in capillary electrophoresis
A.M. Dougherty and M.R. Schure, CEPT Ch 12, pp 435-472, 1993.

General instrumentation and detection systems (capillary electrophoresis)
N.J. Dovichi, CAP1 Ch 2, pp 25-64, 1993.

Electrochemical concentration of carbon dioxide
D.L. Dubois, A. Miedaner, W. Bell, and J.C. Smart, EECD Ch 4, pp 94-117, 1993.

Capillary zone electrophoresis of biopolymers with hydrophilic fused-silica Capillaries
Z. El Rassi and W. Nashabeh, CEPT Ch 11, pp 383-434, 1993.

Use of cyclodextrins in capillary electrophoresis
S. Fanali CEPT Ch 27, pp 731-752, 1993.

Carbon: basics and principles (aluminum electrolysis)
T. Foosnaes and T. Naterstad, ALE2 Ch 4, pp 87-138, 1993.

Electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide at solid electrodes
K.W. Frese, EECD Ch 6, pp 145-216, 1993.

Micropreparative capillary electrophoresis
C. Fujimoto and K. Jinno, CEPT Ch 15, pp 509-523, 1993.

Photoacoustic applications to the solid/liquid interface
A. Fujishima and S. Yoshihara, NTET Ch 8, pp 167-179, 1993.

Laser interferometry as an in-situ technique to characterize electrochemical Processes
Y. Fukunaka, F. MacLarnon, and Z. Asaki, NTET Ch 11, pp 215-234, 1993.

Lithium batteries with polymer electrodes
N. Furukawa and K. Nishio, AEAP Ch 5, pp 150-181, 1993.

The role of the electronic factor in the kinetics of charge-transfer reactions
E.D. German and A.M. Kuznetsov, MAEC V 24, Ch 4, pp 140-243, 1993.

Batteries: secondary cells, others
P.R. Gifford, KOE4 V 3, pp 1107-1121, 1993.

Charge transfer across liquid-liquid interfaces
H. H. Girault, MAEC V 25, Ch 1, pp 1-62, 1993.

Principles of energy balance, thermochemistry and theoretical energy consumption (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim, R. Huglen, and H. Kvande, ALE2 Ch 1, pp 9-34, 1993.

Introduction (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, ALE2 pp 1-8, 1993.

Theory of molten salts, electrolyte properties and influence of additives (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, ALE2 Ch 2, pp 35-60, 1993.

Practical advances (aluminum electrolysis)
K. Grjotheim and H. Kvande, ALE2 Ch 9, pp 231-245, 1993.

Capillary polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
A. Guttman, CEPT Ch 26, pp 715-729, 1993.

The use of capillary electrophoresis in clinical diagnosis
N.A. Guzman, C.L. Gonzalez, L. Hernandez, C.M. Berek, M.A. Trebilcock, and J.P. Advis, CEPT Ch 22, pp 643-672, 1993.

Prospects for the use of capillary electrophoresis in neuroscience
M.A. Hayes, S.D. Gilman, and A.G. Ewing, CEPT Ch 28, pp 753-793, 1993.

Molecular dynamics of water at interfaces
K. Heinzinger, FECH V 2, Ch 7, pp 239-275, 1993.

Laser-induced fluorescence detection for capillary electrophoresis: a powerful analytical tool for the separation and detection of trace amounts of analytes
L. Hernandez, N. Joshi, P. Verdeguer, and N.A. Guzman, CEPT Ch 19, pp 605-614, 1993.

Behavior of ricin on untreated and treated capillary electrophoresis columns
H.B. Hines and E.E. Brueggemann, CEPT Ch 30, pp 819-841, 1993.

Clinical application of high-resolution two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
D.F. Hochstrasser, and J.-D. Tissot, AEPH V 6, Ch 5, pp 159-200, 1993.

Market (fuel cells)
D.T. Hooie, FUCS Ch 13, pp 565-581, 1993.

Quantitative analysis with capillary zone electrophoresis
A.M. Hoyt, CEPT Ch 25, pp 705-714, 1993.

Influence of magnetic fields (aluminum electrolysis)
R. Huglen, ALE2 Ch 6, pp 163-198, 1993.

Principles of electrochemistry and current efficiency (aluminum electrolysis)
R. Huglen, B. Lillebuen, and T. Mellerud, ALE2 Ch 5, pp 139-162, 1993.

In-situ scanning tunneling microscopy of electrode/solution interfaces
K. Itaya, NTET Ch 9, pp 181-193, 1993.

Electrochemical analysis of electrode on plasma and its applications
S. Ito, H. Shimada, W. Ito, and M. Imafuku, NTET Ch 13, pp 247-255, 1993.

The buffer in capillary zone electrophoresis
G.M. Janini and H.J. Issaq, CEPT Ch 4, pp 119-160, 1993.

Electroactive polymers in chemical sensors
M. Josowicz and J. Janata, AEAP Ch 10, pp 310-343, 1993.

Capillary electrophoresis: introduction and assessment
B.L. Karger and F. Foret, CEPT Ch 1, pp 3-64, 1993.

Mechanism of the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide catalyzed by transition metal complexes
F.R. Keene and B.P. Sullivan, EECD Ch 5, pp 118-144, 1993.

Organic solvents in capillary electrophoresis
E. Kenndler, CEPT Ch 5, pp 161-186, 1993.

History (fuel cells)
J.A.A. Ketelaar, FUCS Ch 1, pp 19-35, 1993.

Controlling migration behavior in capillary electrophoresis: optimization strategies for method development
M.G. Khaledi, C. Quang, R.S. Sahota, J.K. Strasters, and S.C. Smith, CEPT Ch 6, pp 187-260, 1993.

Capillary electrophoresis with coated capillaries
J. Kohr and H. Engelhardt, CEPT Ch 10, pp 357-381, 1993.

Surface reconstruction at metal-electrolyte interfaces
D.M. Kolb, FECH V 2, Ch 3, pp 65-102, 1993.

Modern polarographic methods in chemical analysis
M. Kopanica, AIMA Ch 5, pp 75-96, 1993.

Separation of small organic molecules by capillary electrophoresis
W.G. Kuhr, CAP1 Ch 3, pp 65-115, 1993.

The electrical properties of semiconductor/metal, semiconductor/liquid, and semiconductor/conducting polymer contacts
A. Kumar, W. Christian, A. Wilisch, and N.S. Lewis, CRSM V 18, pp 327-353, 1993.

Alumina (aluminum electrolysis)
H. Kvande, ALE2 Ch 3, pp 61-86, 1993.

Process control of alumina reduction cells (aluminum electrolysis)
H. Kvande, ALE2 Ch 8, pp 219-230, 1993.

Operation of alumina reduction cells (aluminum electrolysis)
H. Kvande and K. Grjotheim, ALE2 Ch 7, pp 199-217, 1993.

Photochemical and photoelectrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide
N.S. Lewis and G.A. Shreve, EECD Ch 8, pp 263-289, 1993.

Electrical and electrochemical properties of ion conducting polymers
R.G. Linford, AEAP Ch 1, pp 1-28, 1993.

Electrochemistry: developing methodologies and applications
M.E.G. Lyons, ARCH V 88C, Ch 5, pp 135-257, 1993.

Thermodynamics of membrane energy transduction in an oscillating field
V.S. Markin and T.Y. Tsong, MAEC V 24, Ch 2, pp 39-122, 1993.

Electrochromic devices (electroactive polymers)
M. Mastragostino, AEAP Ch 7, pp 223-249, 1993.

Future perspectives in electrochemical processing and technology
N. Masuko and T. Tsuda, NTET Ch 1, pp 3-12, 1993.

Capillary isoelectric focusing of peptides, proteins, and antibodies
J.R. Mazzeo and I.S. Krull, CEPT Ch 29, pp 795-818, 1993.

Chlorine oxygen acids and salts: chloric acid and chlorates
S.K. Mendiratta and B.L. Duncan, KOE4 V 5, pp 998-1016, 1993.

Solvation mechanism in low molecular weight polyethers
M. Mendolia, H. Cai, and G.C. Farrington, AEAP Ch 4, pp 113-149, 1993.

Corrosion and corrosion control
P.J. Moran and P.M. Natishan, KOE4 V 7, pp 548-572, 1993.

Fuel cell system economics
M.N. Mugerwa and L.J.M.J. Blomen, FUCS Ch 12, pp 531-563, 1993.

Microtopography of electrochemical surface layer
R.H. Muller, NTET Ch 10, pp 195-214, 1993.

Research, development, and demonstration of solid oxide fuel cell systems
K.A. Murugesamoorthi, S. Srinivasan, and A.J. Appleby, FUCS Ch 10, pp 465-491, 1993.

DC electrochemical techniques for the measurement of corrosion rates
Z. Nagy, MAEC V 25, Ch 3, pp 135-190, 1993.

Metallurgical analysis of mechanical properties of electroless copper deposits
S. Nakahara and Y. Okinaka, NTET Ch 3, pp 39-63, 1993.

Micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
K.R. Nielsen and J.P. Foley, CAP1 Ch 4, pp 117-161, 1993.

The utility of capillary electrophoresis in forensic science
D.M. Northrop, CEPT Ch 23, pp 673-691, 1993.

Separation of enantiomers by capillary electrophoresis
G.N. Okafo and P. Camilleri, CAP1 Ch 5, pp 163-199, 1993.

High density magnetic recording media prepared by electroless-plating method
T. Osaka and T. Homma, NTET Ch 2, pp 13-37, 1993.

Chiral separation by capillary electrophoresis and electrokinetic chromatography
K. Otsuka and S. Terabe, CEPT Ch 20, pp 617-629, 1993.

Ellipsometry in electrochemistry
W.-K. Paik, MAEC V 25, Ch 4, pp 191-252, 1993.

Capillary electrophoresis in biomedical and pharmaceutical research
D. Perrett, CAP1 Ch 9, pp 371-407, 1993.

Fuel processing (fuel cells)
P. Pietrogrande and M. Bezzeccheri, FUCS Ch 4, pp 121-156, 1993.

Water at metal surfaces: the influence of coadsorbed alkali metals
G. Pirug and H.P. Bonzel, FECH V 2, Ch 5, pp 153-199, 1993.

Interfacing capillary electrophoresis with mass spectrometry
S. Pleasance and P. Thibault, CAP1 Ch 8, pp 311-369, 1993.

Photocurrent and photopotential transients of n- and p-GaAs and n- and p-InP
W. Plieth, G. Pfuhl, and R. Matz, NTET Ch 12, pp 235-246, 1993.

Electrodeposition of metal powders with controlled particle grain size and morphology
K.I. Popov and M.G. Pavlovic, MAEC V 24, Ch 6, pp 299-391, 1993.

Electrochemical techniques to study hydrogen ingress in metals
B.G. Pound, MAEC V 25, Ch 2, pp 63-133, 1993.

Nonequilibrium thermodynamics of electrokinetic phenomena
R.P. Rastogi, R.C. Srivastava, and S.N. Singh, CHRE V 93, pp 1945-1990, 1993.

The history of electroplating
C. Raub, MEPP Ch 23, pp 284-290, 1993.

Chemical derivatization of fused silica capillaries (electrophoresis)
F.E. Regnier and D. Wu, CEPT Ch 8, pp 287-309, 1993.

Real-time submonolayer monitoring of electrochemical processes using acoustic plate mode devices
A.J. Ricco and S.J. Martin, NTET Ch 7, pp 151-165, 1993.

Conventional isoelectric focusing and immobilized pH gradients: an overview
P.G. Righetti and M. Chiari, CEPT Ch 3, pp 89-116, 1993.

Surface crystallography at the metal-solution interface
P.N. Ross, FECH V 2, Ch 2, pp 35-63, 1993.

Synthesis of advanced materials by electrochemical processing in nonaqueous Media
D.R. Sadoway, NTET Ch 4, pp 65-74, 1993.

Batteries: secondary cells, alkaline
A.J. Salkind and M. Klein, KOE4 V 3, pp 1028-1083, 1993.

Electrocatalysis and novel electrodes for high rate carbon dioxide reduction under ambient conditions
A.F. Sammels and R.L. Cook, EECD Ch 7, pp 217-262, 1993.

Models for the interface between a metal and an electrolyte solution
W. Schmickler, FECH V 2, Ch 6, pp 201-238, 1993.

Oligonucleotides (capillary electrophoresis)
G. Schomburg, CAP1 Ch 7, pp 255-310, 1993.

Technology of separation capillaries for capillary zone electrophoresis and capillary gel electrophoresis: the chemistry of surface modification and formation of gels
G. Schomburg, CEPT Ch 9, pp 311-355, 1993.

Separation of proteins and peptides by capillary electrophoresis
H.E. Schwartz, R.H. Palmieri, and R. Brown, CAP1 Ch 6, pp 201-253, 1993.

Laminated electrochromic displays and windows (electroactive polymers)
B. Scrosati, AEAP Ch 8, pp 250-282, 1993.

Lithium polymer batteries
B. Scrosati and R.J. Neat, AEAP Ch 6, pp 182-222, 1993.

Electric surface effects in solid plasticity and strength
E.D. Shchukin, L.A. Kochanova, and V.I. Savenko, MAEC V 24, Ch 5, pp 245-298, 1993

Functionalized conducting polymer membranes/films
T. Shimidzu, AEAP Ch 9, pp 283-309, 1993.

Research, development, and demonstration of molten carbonate fuel cell systems
J.R. Selman, FUCS Ch 9, pp 345-463, 1993.

Light-induced electron transfer in inorganic systems in homogeneous and heterogeneous phases
N. Serpone, R. Terzian, D. Lawless, and J.-M. Herrmann, AETC V 3, Ch 2, pp 33-166, 1993.

Polarographic determination of metals
M. Shingh and S.K. Malhan, RACH V 12, pp 221-319, 1993.

Mass spectrometric detection for capillary electrophoresis
R.D. Smith and H.R. Udseth, CEPT Ch 16, pp 525-567, 1993.

The electrochemical QCM (quartz crystal microbalance) method
W.H. Smyrl and M. Lien, NTET Ch 5, pp 77-113, 1993.

Molecular adsorption at single-crystal electrode surfaces
M.P. Soriaga, FECH V 2, Ch 4, pp 103-152, 1993.

Electrical and electrochemical properties of electronically conducting polymers
W.H. Smyrl and M. Lien, AEAP Ch 2, pp 29-74, 1993.

Overview of fuel cell technology
S. Srinivasan, B.B. Dave, K.A. Murugesamoorthi, A. Parthasarati, and A.J. Appleby, FUCS Ch 2, pp 37-72, 1993.

Electrical breakdown of liquids
M. Szklarczyk, MAEC V 25, Ch 5, pp 253-296, 1993.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
S. Terabe, CEPT Ch 2, pp 65-87, 1993.

Capillary electrophoresis and electrokinetic capillary chromatography of drugs in body fluids
W. Thormann, CEPT Ch 24, pp 693-704, 1993.

Capillary zone electrophoresis-mass spectrometry: continuous flow fast-atom bombardment and electrospray ionization
K.B. Tomer, CEPT Ch 17, pp 569-586, 1993.

Direct control of electroosmotic flow in capillary electrophoresis by using an external electric field
P. Tsai and C.S. Lee, CEPT Ch 13, pp 475-488, 1993.

Semipreparative capillary electrophoresis and its advantages
T. Tsuda, CEPT Ch 14, pp 489-508, 1993.

Research, development, and demonstration of alkaline fuel cell systems
H. van den Broeck, FUCS Ch 7, pp 245-269, 1993.

Surface crystallography at the metal-gas interface
M.A. Van Hove, FECH V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-33, 1993.

Contemporary trends in the use of ion-selective electrodes in the analysis of organic substances
K. Vytras, AIMA Ch 7, pp 142-164, 1993.

Simulation of the electrical double-layer in ultrahigh vacuum
F.T. Wagner, FECH V 2, Ch 9, pp 309-400, 1993.

Research, development, and demonstration of solid polymer fuel cell systems
D.S. Watkins, FUCS Ch 11, pp 493-530, 1993.

In-situ electrochemical surface science
M.J. Weaver and X. Gao, ARPC V 44, pp 459-494, 1993.

Optical detection schemes for capillary electrophoresis
E.S. Yeung, CEPT Ch 18, pp 587-603, 1993.

Electrochemical aspects of light-induced heterogeneous reactions on semiconductors
H. Yoneyama, CRSM V 18, pp 69-111, 1993.

The sheath-flow cuvette in DNA sequencing by capillary gel electrophoresis and two-spectral-channel, laser-induced fluorescence detection
J. Zhang, D.Y. Chen, H.R. Harke, and N. Dovichi, CEPT Ch 21, pp 631-641, 1993.

Material properties and the electrorheological response
C. F. Zukoski, ARMS V 23, pp 45-78, 1993.


1994

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Room temperature polymer electrolytes (lithium batteries)
M. Alamgir and K.M. Abraham, LIB2 Ch 3, pp 93-136, 1994.

Transmission lines for conducting polymers
W.J. Albery and A.R. Mount, EPEC V 1, Ch 4, pp 443-483, 1994.

Removal of H2S through an electrochemical membrane separator (waste treatment)
S. Alexander, EOEC Ch 19, pp 535-564, 1994.

Electrode materials and strategies for photoelectrochemistry
N. Alonso-Vante and H. Tributsch, FECH V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-63, 1994.

Magnetically soft materials: their properties and electrochemistry
P.C. Andricacos and L.T. Romankiv, AESE V 3, Ch 5, pp 227-321, 1994.

The prospective role of magnesium in the development of environment-friendly solid-state batteries
L.P.S. Araujo, A.M.G. Pacheco, and C.A.C. Sequeira, EOEC Ch 8, pp 223-230, 1994.

Polymeric materials for lithium batteries
M. Armand, J.Y. Sanchez, M. Gauthier, and Y. Choquette, FECH V 3, Ch 2, pp 65-110, 1994.

Electrochemistry of clays and zeolites
M.D. Baker and C. Senaratne, FECH V 3, Ch 7, pp 339-380, 1994.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy
A.J. Bard, F.-R.F. Fan, and M.V. Mirkin, EACH V 18, Ch 3, pp 244-373, 1994.

Solution chemistry: a cutting edge in modern electrochemical technology (nonaqueous solutions)
J. Barthel and H.-J. Gores, CNSP Ch 1, pp 1-148, 1994.

The negative surface charge density of cells and their actual state of differentiation or activation (electrophoresis)
J. Bauer, CEPH Ch 14, pp 267-280, 1994.

Phase transitions in the double layer at electrodes
V.A. Benderskii, A.N. Brodskii, L.I. Daikhin, and G.I. Velichko, MAEC V 26, Ch 1, pp 1-48, 1994.

Interaction forces between membrane surfaces: role of electrostatic concepts
M.L. Berkowitz and K.Raghavan, BMEL Ch 1, pp 1-25, 1994.

Alteration of cellular features after exposure to low ionic strength medium (electrophoresis)
I. Bernhardt, CEPH Ch 8, pp 163-179, 1994.

Electrochemistry for a better environment
P.M. Bersier, L. Carlsson, and J. Bersier, ETCC V 5, Ch 4, pp 113-229, 1994.

Applications: from battery materials to sensor systems(intercalation processes)
J.O. Besenhard, PICR Ch 7, pp 457-508, 1994.

Noise in biological membranes and relevant ionic systems
S.M. Bezrukov and I. Vodyanoy, BMEL Ch 17, pp 375-399, 1994.

Intercalation processes in redox conducting polymers
D. Billaud, PICR Ch 5, pp 273-337, 1994.

Electrochemical model of voltage-gated channels
M. Blank, BMEL Ch 20, pp 429-446, 1994.

Contributions to a mathematical theory of free flow electrophoresis
F.G. Boese, CEPH Ch 1, pp 3-32, 1994.

Electrochemical generators and the environment. Fuel cells and metal/air batteries
P.S.D. Brito and C.A.C. Sequeira, EOEC Ch 7, pp 203-221, 1994.

Batteries and the environment
P. Bro and S.C. Levy, EOEC Ch 5, pp 131-162, 1994.

Self-assembled monolayers at electrode metal surfaces
C. Buess-Herman, PRSS V 46, pp 335-375, 1994.

Comparison of high-power ambient temperature cells (lithium batteries)
P. Chenebault, LIB2 Ch 9, pp 347-376, 1994.

Cell electrophoresis using antibodies and antigens as ligands
H.H.P. Cohly and S.K. Das, CEPH Ch 6, pp 113-142, 1994.

The mitochondrial voltage-dependent anion-selective channel
M. Colombini, BMEL Ch 12, pp 245-258, 1994.

Electrochemical oxidation of organic pollutants for wastewater treatment
C. Comninellis, EOEC Ch 3, pp 77-102, 1994.

Cytochrome c3: properties and recent insights
M.A. Cusanovich, J.H. Hazzard, and G.S. Wilson, BMEL Ch 22, pp 471-489, 1994.

Carbons and graphites as substitutes for lithium anode (lithium batteries)
J.R. Dahn, A.K. Sleigh, H. Shi, B.M. Way, W.J. Weydanz, J.N. Riemers, Q. Zhong, and U. von Sacken, LIB2 Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1994.

Role of water in proton conductance across model and biological membranes
D.W. Deamer and M. Akeson, BMEL Ch 3, pp 41-54, 1994.

Intercalation in layered and three-dimensional oxides (lithium batteries)
C. Delmas, LIB2 Ch 12, pp 457-478, 1994.

Electroanalytical methods for determination of Al2O3 in molten cryolite
S.S. Djokic and B.E. Conway, MAEC V 26, Ch 5, pp 229-275, 1994.

Thin polymer films on electrodes: a physicochemical approach
K. Doblhofer, FECH V 3, Ch 4, pp 141-205, 1994.

The membrane properties of electroactive polymer films
K. Doblhofer and M. Vorotyntsev, EPEC V 1, Ch 3, pp 375-442, 1994.

Current state of the art on lithium battery electrolytes
L.A. Dominey, LIB2 Ch 4, pp 137-165, 1994.

Current distribution and shape change in electrodeposition of thin films for microelectronic fabrication
J.O. Dukovic, AESE V 3, Ch 3, pp 117-161, 1994.

Capillary electrophoresis of carbohydrates
Z. El Rassi, ACHR V 34, Ch 4, pp 177-250, 1994.

Magnetic field effects in environmental control involving electrolytes
T.Z. Fahidy, EOEC Ch 21, pp 601-620, 1994.

Electrochemical treatment of mixed and hazardous wastes
J.C. Farmer, EOEC Ch 20, pp 565-600, 1994.

Determination of potassium- and sodium-channel relaxation times in squid nerve fibers from membrane admittance analysis
H.M. Fishman and H.R. Leuchtag, BMEL Ch 19, pp 415-428, 1994.

Cell electrophoresis in microgravity
U. Friedrich, G. Ruyters, and J. Bauer, CEPH Ch 16, pp 315-319, 1994.

Electrochemical reactions of fluoro organic compounds
T. Fuchigami, ETCC V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-37, 1994.

Electrochemical processing: introduction
T.F. Fuller and J. Newman, KOE4 V 9, pp 111-123, 1994.

Soil decontamination using electrokinetic processing
R.J. Gale, H. Li, and Y.B. Acar, EOEC Ch 22, pp 621-654, 1994.

Electrophoresis of cells at a physiological ionic strength
M.V. Golovanov, CEPH Ch 9, pp 181-196, 1994.

Electrochemistry of III-V compound semiconductors: dissolution kinetics and etching
W.P. Gomes and H.H. Goossens, AESE V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-54, 1994.

Numerical description of zone electrophoresis in the continuous flow electrophoresis device
T.M. Grateful, A.M. Athalye, and E.N. Lightfoot, CEPH Ch 2, pp 33-53, 1994.

Electrochemical processing: inorganic
M.P. Grotheer, KOE4 V 9, pp 124-159, 1994.

Coupling between bilayer curvature elasticity and membrane protein activity
S.M. Gruner, BMEL Ch 7, pp 129-149, 1994.

Time-resolved dynamics of proton diffusion at a water-membrane interface
M. Gutman, BMEL Ch 2, pp 27-40, 1994.

Separation of DNA by capillary electrophoresis
A. Guttman, HCE1 Ch 6, pp 129-143, 1994.

Prospective usage of photoelectrochemistry for environmental control
S.K. Haram and K.S.V. Santhanam, EOEC Ch 16, pp 445-467, 1994.

Connexin-32: a protein that forms channels through one or membranes
A.L. Harris, BMEL Ch 10, pp 197-223, 1994.

Electrode compartment-separating membranes for cell electrophoresis
J. Heinrich and H. Wagner, CEPH Ch 5, pp 103-112, 1994.

Implantable lithium power sources
C.F. Holmes, LIB2 Ch 10, pp 377-416, 1994.

Electrochemical processes in membranes that contain bacteriorhodopsin
F.T. Hong, BMEL Ch 25, pp 531-560, 1994.

Electroplating
J. Horner, KOE4 V 9, pp 277-342, 1994.

Channel-forming peptides in uniformly aligned multilayers of membranes
H.W. Huang, BMEL Ch 5, pp 83-106, 1994.

Surface electrochemistry of metals
A.T. Hubbard, HCHR V 1, pp 3-39, 1994.

The electrochemistry of room-temperature haloaluminate molten salts
C.L. Hussey, CNSP Ch 4, pp 227-275, 1994.

Mechanism of charge transport in polymer-modified electrodes
G. Inzelt, EACH V 18, Ch 2, pp 89-241, 1994.

Environmental pollution monitoring using DC pulse techniques
M.I. Ismail, A. Asiri, and A. Al-Turkait, EOEC Ch 12, pp 347-363, 1994.

Thin film technology and microbatteries (lithium batteries)
C. Julien, LIB2 Ch 5, pp 167-237, 1994.

Interfacial charge transfer processes in colloidal semiconductor systems
P.V. Kamat, PRRK V 19, pp 277-316, 1994.

Micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
M.G. Khaledi, HCE1 Ch 3, pp 43-93, 1994.

Electrochemical storage of solar energy
Yu. I. Kharkats and Yu. V. Pleskov, EOEC Ch 17, pp 469-492, 1994.

Isoelectric focusing in capillaries (electrophoresis)
F. Kilar, HCE1 Ch 4, pp 95-109, 1994.

Electrochemical processing: organic
C.H.J. King, KOE4 V 9, pp 159-197, 1994.

Fuel cells
K. Kinoshita and E.J. Cairns, KOE4 V 11, pp 1098-1121, 1994.

New buffer systems for cell electrophoresis
K.A. Knisley and L.S. Rodkey, CEPH Ch 7, pp 145-161, 1994.

Electroless plating
G.A. Krulik, KOE4 V 9, pp 198-218, 1994.

The principles and techniques of electrolytic aluminum deposition and dissolution in organoaluminum electrolytes
H. Lejmkuhl, K. Mehler, and U. Landau, AESE V 3, Ch 4, pp 163-226, 1994.

Evaluation of surface-bound membranes with electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy
J. Li, N.W. Downer, and H.G. Smith, BMEL Ch 23, pp 491-510, 1994.

Fractal analysis of channel mechanisms
L.S. Liebovitch, BMEL Ch 16, pp 357-374, 1994.

Interfacial chemistry and electrochemistry of carbon surfaces
C.A. Leon y Leon D. and L.R. Radovic, CHPC V 24, Ch 4, pp 213-310, 1994.

Electrogalvanizing
J.H. Lindsay and T.J. O'Keefe, MAEC V 26, Ch 4, pp 165-228, 1994.

Characterization of potentiometric membrane dyes
L.M. Loew, BMEL Ch 8, pp 151-173, 1994.

Charge percolation in electroactive polymers
M.E.G. Lyons, EPEC V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-235, 1994.

Electrocatalysis using electroactive polymer films
M.E.G. Lyons, EPEC V 1, Ch 2, pp 237-374, 1994.

Laser doppler scattering for the determination of ionic velocity distributions in channels and membranes
F. Macias and M.E. Starzak, BMEL Ch 18, pp 401-413, 1994.

The structural basis of peptide channel formation
G.R. Marshall and D.D. Beusen, BMEL Ch 13, pp 259-314, 1994.

Electroseparations: electrodialysis
W.A. McRae, KOE4 V 9, pp 343-356, 1994.

Conformation and mobility of membrane proteins in electric fields
I.R. Miller, V. Brumfeld, and R. Korenstein, BMEL Ch 6, pp 107-127, 1994.

Capillary electrophoresis
C.A. Monnig and R.T. Kennedy, ACAR V 66, pp 280R-314R, 1994.

Applications of microelectrodes in kinetics
M.I. Montenegro, RCHK V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-80, 1994.

Cell electrophoresis in microgravity: past and future
D.R. Morrison, CEPH Ch 15, pp 283-313, 1994.

Dynamic processes in polymer modified electrodes
R.J. Mortimer, RCHK V 2, Ch 5, pp 261-311, 1994.

Commercial cells based on MnO2 and MnO2-related cathodes (lithium batteries)
T. Nohma, S. Yoshimura, K. Nishio, and T. Saito, LIB2 Ch 11, pp 417-456, 1994.

Introduction to capillary electrophoresis
R.P. Oda and J.P. Landers, HCE1 Ch 2, pp 9-42, 1994.

Capillary electrophoresis and thin-layer electrophoresis of carbohydrates
P. Oefner and H. Scherz, AEPH V 7, Ch 3, pp 155-224, 1994.

Four-volt cathodes for lithium accumulators and the lithium battery concept
T. Ohzuku, LIB2 Ch 6, pp 239-280, 1994.

Electroless deposition processes: fundamentals and applications
Y. Okinaka and T. Osaka, AESE V 3, Ch 2, pp 55-116, 1994.

Water at the macromolecular surface: solvation energy and functional control
V.A. Parsegian, R.P. Rand, M. Colombo, and D.C. Rau, BMEL Ch 9, pp 177-196, 1994.

Cathode materials synthesized by low temperature techniques (lithium batteries)
J.P. Pereira-Ramos, N. Baffier, and G. Pistoia, LIB2 Ch 7, pp 281-321, 1994.

Genetic approaches to electrogenic proton transport by a yeast H+-ATPase
D.S. Perlin, D. Seto-Young, B.C. Monk, S.L. Harris, S. Na, and J.E. Haber, BMEL Ch 14, pp 315-328, 1994.

Semiconductor photoelectrochemistry for cleaner environment: utilization of solar energy
Y. V. Pleskov, EOEC Ch 15, pp 417-443, 1994.

Advanced electrochemical hydrogen technologies: water electrolyzers and fuel cells
V. Plzak, B. Rohland, and H. Wendt, MAEC V 26, Ch 3, pp 105-163, 1994.

Electrically conducting polymers
J.R. Reynolds and A.D. Child, KOE4 V 9, pp 61-88, 1994.

Environmental cracking of metals: electrochemical aspects
R.W. Revie, MAEC V 26, Ch 6, pp 277-316, 1994.

Theoretical and experimental studies on the stabilization of hydrodynamic flow in free fluid electrophoresis
P.H. Rhodes and R.S. Snyder, CEPH Ch 3, pp 57-74, 1994.

Influence of ohmic drop on the determination of electrochemical parameters (corrosion)
G. Rocchini, EOEC Ch 14, pp 377-413, 1994.

Electrodeposited multilayer thin films
C.A. Ross, ARMS V 24, pp 159-188, 1994.

Electrochemical methods for purification of waste waters
I. Rousar and K. Micka, EOEC Ch 2, pp 45-76, 1994.

Electroseparations: electrophoresis
S. Rudge and K. Markey, KOE4 V 9, pp 356-376, 1994.

Electrochemistry and electrochemical catalysis in microemulsions
J.F. Rusling, MAEC V 26, Ch 2, pp 49-104, 1994.

Electrochemistry in micelles, microemulsions, and related microheterogeneous fluids
J.F. Rusling, EACH V 18, Ch 1, pp 1-88, 1994.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
M.D. Ryan, E.F. Bowden, and J.Q. Chambers, ACAR V 66, pp 360R-427R, 1994.

Potentiometric determination of calcium and magnesium in water and biological fluid using a divalent ion electrode
F.B. Salem and L.A. Abdulla, RACH V 13, pp 127-138, 1994.

Dissociative electron transfer
J.-M. Saveant, AETC V 4, Ch 3, pp 53-116, 1994.

Insertion compounds for lithium rocking chair batteries
B. Scrosati, FECH V 3, Ch 3, pp 111-140, 1994.

Overview of gas sensors for environmental use
T. Seiyama, T. Nakahara, and T. Takeuchi, EOEC Ch 9, pp 233-272, 1994.

Electroanalytical techniques
J.R. Sandifer, KOE4 V 9, pp 88-111, 1994.

Application of cell electrophoresis for clinical diagnosis
W. Schutt, N. Hashimoto, and M. Shimizu, CEPH Ch 13, pp 255-266, 1994.

Fluorine
G. Shia, KOE4 V11, pp 241-267, 1994.

Electrochemistry of UO2 nuclear fuel
D.W. Shoesmith, S. Sunder, and W.H. Hocking, FECH V 3, Ch 6, pp 297-337, 1994.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
P.R. Slater, ARCH V 90A, Ch 24, pp 433-456, 1994.

Simultaneous two-parameter measurements of the electrophoretic features of cell subpopulations and their different sedimentation characteristics
G.G. Slivinsky, CEPH Ch 10, pp 199-217, 1994.

Electroenzymatic synthesis
E. Steckhan, ETCC V 5, Ch 3, pp 83-111, 1994.

Electrodialytic membrane processes and their practical application (waste treatment)
H. Strathmann, EOEC Ch 18, pp 495-533, 1994.

Principles and applications of semiconductor photoelectrochemistry
M.X. Tan, P.E. Laibinis, S.T. Nguyen, J.M. Kesselman, C.E. Stanton, and N.S. Lewis, PICH V 41, Ch 2, pp 21-144, 1994.

Electrochemical oxidant generation for wastewater treatment
P. Tatapudi and J.M. Fenton, EOEC Ch 4, pp 103-128, 1994.

Alkaline manganese dioxide-zinc batteries. Primary and rechargeable cells with and without mercury
W. Taucher and K. Kordesch, EOEC Ch 6, pp 163-202, 1994.

The electrochemistry of gases of medical interest and electrochemical gas sensors
P. Tebbutt, EOEC Ch 11, pp 305-343, 1994.

Electrochemical utilization of hydrochloric acid-waste of chloroorganic production
G.A. Tedoradze and V.E. Kazarinov, EOEC Ch 23, pp 655-685, 1994.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
S. Terabe, N. Chen, and K. Otsuka, AEPH V 7, Ch 2, pp 87-153, 1994.

Electronic processes and redox reactions in bilayer lipid membranes
H.T. Tien, BMEL Ch 24, pp 513-529, 1994.

The loading and unloading of cells in electrophoretic separations
P. Todd, CEPH Ch 4, pp 75-101, 1994.

Design principles and chemical synthesis of oligomeric channel proteins
J.M. Tomich, A. Grove, T. Iwamoto, S. Marrer, .M.S. Montal, and M. Montal, BMEL Ch 15, pp 329-354, 1994.

Transition metal oxides: versatile materials for electrocatalysis
S. Trasatti, FECH V 3, Ch 5, pp 207-295, 1994.

Electroconformational coupling: enforced conformational oscillations of a membrane enzyme for energy transduction
T.Y. Tsong, BMEL Ch 26, pp 561-578, 1994.

Cell interactions and surface hydrophilicity: influence of lewis acid-base and electrostatic forces (electrophoresis)
C.J. van Oss, CEPH Ch 11, pp 219-239, 1994.

Interfacial ion transport between immiscible liquids
P. Vanysek, BMEL Ch 4, pp 55-81, 1994.

Electrical surface phenomena of endothelial cells (electrophoresis)
F.F. Vargas, CEPH Ch 12, pp 241-253, 1994.

Electrochemical techniques for the treatment of dilute metallic solutions (waste treatment)
F.C. Walsh and G.W. Reade, EOEC Ch 1, pp 3-44, 1994.

Isotachophoresis in capillary electrophoresis
B.J. Wanders and F.M. Everaerts, HCE1 Ch 5, pp 112-127, 1994.

Theory of electroporation
J.C. Weaver, BMEL Ch 21, pp 447-470, 1994.

Capillary electrophoresis: historical perspectives
T. Wehr and M. Zhu, HCE1 Ch 1, pp 1-6, 1994.

Advances in applied electrocatalysis
H. Wendt, S. Rausch, and T. Borucinski, ADCA V 40, Ch 3, pp 87-176, 1994.

Solid-state sodium batteries
K. West, LIB2 Ch 8, pp 323-345, 1994.

Electrocatalysis for environmentally oriented electrochemical processes and environmental protection
K. Wiesener and D. Ohms, EOEC Ch 24, pp 687-709, 1994.

Structure and function of gap junctions in the photoreceptor axon terminals of the flyr
M.J. Wilcox, BMEL Ch 11, pp 225-243, 1994.

Electrode materials Based on carbon and graphite intercalation compounds in liquid and polymeric electrolytes (lithium batteries)
R. Yazami, LIB2 Ch 2, pp 49-91, 1994.

Electrochemical reactions of oragosilicon compounds
J. Yoshida, ETCC V 5, Ch 2, pp 39-81, 1994.


1995

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Chemical sensors (rare earths)
G.-y. Adachi and N. Imanaka, PCRE V 21, Ch 143, pp 179-262, 1995.

Scanning tunneling microscopy of semiconductor electrodes
P. Allongue, AESE V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-66, 1995.

Electrochemistry at ultramicroelectrodes
C. Amatore, PHEC Ch 4, pp 131-208, 1995.

Interfacial electrochemistry (solid state electrochemistry)
R.D. Armstrong and M. Todd, SSEC Ch 10, pp 264-291, 1995.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy
A.J. Bard, F.-R. Fen, and M. Mirkin, PHEC Ch 5, pp 209-242, 1995.

Zinc/air cells (primary batteries)
S.F. Bender, J.W. Cretzmeyer, and T.F. Reise, HBA2 Ch 13, pp 13.1-13.20, 1995.

Spin-dependent reserve batteries
A.A. Benderly, HBA2 Ch 19, pp 19.1-19.9, 1995.

Low-frequency electromagnetic field effects on cell metabolism (bioelectrochemistry)
H. Berg, BPAP V 2, Ch 8, pp 283-301, 1995.

An electrochemical description of metabolism (bioelectrochemistry)
M.N. Berry and M.B. Grivell, BPAP V 2, Ch 4, pp 134-158, 1995.

Sodium β-batteries (advanced batteries)
J.W. Braithwaite and W.L. Auxer, HBA2 Ch 40, pp 40.1-40.32, 1995.

Electrochemical principles and reactions (batteries)
J. Broadhead and H.C. Kuo, HBA2 Ch 2, pp 2.1-2.35, 1995.

Introduction (to solid state electrochemistry)
P.G. Bruce, SSEC Ch 1, pp 1-6, 1995.

Polymer electrolytes II: physical principles
P.G. Bruce and F.M. Gray, SSEC Ch 6, pp 119-162, 1995.

Ion-transport phenomena: charge exchange and transport into and within "thick" ideal membranes
R.P. Buck, ITRK Ch 2, pp 19-54, 1995.

Introduction (to advanced batteries)
P.C. Butler and S.E. Klassen, HBA2 Ch 35, pp 35.3-35.21, 1995.

Zinc/bromine batteries (advanced batteries)
P.C. Butler, P.A. Eidler, P.G. Grimes, S.E. Klassen, and R.C. Miles, HBA2 Ch 37, pp 37.1-37.16, 1995.

Sealed nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
J.A. Carcone, HBA2 Ch 28, pp 28.1-28.35, 1995.

Structural and electrochemical properties of the proton/γ-MnO2 system
Y. Chabre and J. Pannetier, PSSC V 23, pp 1-130, 1995.

Solid state proton conductors and their applications
S. Chandra, HSSB Ch 25, pp 579-600, 1995.

Design and modeling of solid state power sources
J.-Y. Cherng, HSSB Ch 2, pp 41-56, 1995.

Ambient-temperature lithium anode reserve batteries
D.L. Chua, W.J. Eppley, and R.J. Horning, HBA2 Ch 21, pp 21.1-21.18, 1995.

Battery standardization
F. Ciliberti, HBA2 Ch 4, pp 4.1-4.12, 1995.

Passivity of austenitic stainless steels
C.R. Clayton and I. Olefjord, COM1 Ch 6, pp 175-199, 1995.

Sodium chlorate
J.E. Colman and B.V. Tilak, ECPD V 51, pp 126-188, 1995.

Photoelectrochemical studies
R.G. Compton and R.A.W. Dryfe, PRRK V 20, pp 245-307, 1995.

Electrochemical oxide film formation at noble metals as a surface-chemical process
B.E. Conway, PRSS V 49, pp 331-452, 1995.

Ceramic capacitor technology
L.E. Cross, HSSB Ch 30, pp 663-687, 1995.

The low-frequency dielectric properties of biological cells (bioelectrochemistry)
C.L. Davey and D.B. Kell, BPAP V 2, Ch 5, pp 159-207, 1995.

Electrochemical deposition and dissolution of alloys and metal composites: fundamental aspects
A.R. Despic and V.D. Jovic, MAEC V 27, Ch 2, pp 143-232, 1995.

Electronically conducting soluble polymers
A.F. Diaz, M.T. Nguyen, and M. Leclerc, PHEC Ch 12, pp 555-583, 1995.

Zinc/silver oxide reserve batteries
J.M. Dines and E.M. Morse, HBA2 Ch 18, pp 18.1-18.14, 1995.

Solid state rechargeable lithium batteries for electric vehicle applications
N. Doddapaneni, G. Nagasubramanian, and D. Ingersoll, HSSB Ch 18, pp 371-392, 1995.

Intrinsic conductance of inorganic ions through bilayer lipid membranes
A.W. Dorn and M. Thompson, ITRK Ch 3, pp 55-69, 1995.

Composite electrolytes (solid state batteries)
N.J. Dunley, HSSB Ch 12, pp 231-246, 1995.

Nickel-hydrogen batteries (secondary batteries)
J.D. Dunlop, HBA2 Ch 32, pp 32.1-32.30, 1995.

Polymer electrolyte review (solid state batteries)
A.G. Einset and G.E. Wnek, HSSB Ch 15, pp 289-309, 1995.

Analytical and other applications of periodate-ion selective electrodes
C.E. Efstathiou and T.P. Hadjiioannou, RACH V 14, pp 253-277, 1995.

High performance capillary electrophoresis of carbohydrates and glycoconjugates
Z. El Rassi and W. Nashabeh, CHE1 Ch 8, pp 267-360, 1995.

Other direct and indirect detection methods of carbohydrates in HPLC and HPCE (electrophoresis)
Z. El Rassi and J.T. Smith, CHE1 Ch 17, pp 607-640, 1995.

Potentiometric stripping analysis: a review
J.M. Estela, C. Tomas, A. Cladera, and V. Cerda, CRAC V 25, pp 91-141, 1995.

Vented sintered-plate nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
J.M. Evjen and A.J. Catotti, HBA2 Ch 27, pp 27.1-27.28, 1995.

Voltammetric and amperometric probes for single-cell analysis
A.G. Ewing, T.-K. Chen, and G. Chen, VMBS pp 269-304, 1995.

Recent advances in the study of the dynamics of electrode processes
T.Z. Fahidy and Z.H. Gu, MAEC V 27, Ch 5, pp 383-409, 1995.

Vented industrial nickel-cadmium batteries (secondary batteries)
S.U. Falk and A.O. Nilsson, HBA2 Ch 26, pp 26.1-26.16, 1995.

Battery design
J. Fehling, HBA2 Ch 5, pp 5.1-5.17, 1995.

Metal hydride electrodes
T.F. Fuller and J. Newman, MAEC V 27, Ch 4, pp 359-382, 1995.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy: principles, instrumentation, and applications
C. Gabrielli, PHEC Ch 6, pp 243-292, 1995.

Electrochemical reactions in nonaqueous and mixed solvents
Z. Galus, AESE V 4, Ch 4, pp 217-295, 1995.

Electrochemical aspects of stress corrosion cracking
J.R. Galvale, MAEC V 27, Ch 3, pp 233-358, 1995.

Regional differences in dopamine release, uptake, and diffusion measured by fast-scan cyclic voltammetry
P.A. Garis and R.M. Wightman, VMBS pp 179-220, 1995.

Rapid chronocoulometric measurements of norepinephrine overflow and clearance in CNS tissues
G.A. Gerhardt, VMBS pp 117-151, 1995.

Monitoring dopamine and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) release in central and peripheral nervous systems with treated and untreated carbon-fiber electrodes
F. Gonon, VMBS pp 153-177, 1995.

Crystalline solid electrolytes II: material design
J.B. Goodenough, SSEC Ch 3, pp 43-73, 1995.

Recent applications of ellipsometry in electrochemical systems
S. Gottesfeld, Y.-T. Kim, and A. Redondo, PHEC Ch 9, pp 393-467, 1995.

Metal/air batteries (advanced batteries)
R.P. Hamlen, HBA2 Ch 38, pp 38.1-38.45, 1995.

Sealed lead-acid batteries (secondary batteries)
R.O. Hammel, A.J. Salkind, and D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 25, pp 25.1-25.39, 1995.

Lithium/iron sulfide batteries (advanced batteries)
G.L. Henriksen, HBA2 Ch 39, pp 39.1-39.17, 1995.

Electrodeposition of II-IV semiconductors
G. Hodes, PHEC Ch 11, pp 515-554, 1995.

The lithium/iodine-polyvinylpyridine battery
C.F. Holmes, HSSB Ch 8, pp 157-170, 1995.

Basic studies on carbohydrate-protein interaction by high performance affinity chromatography and high performance capillary affinity electrophoresis using lectins as protein models
S. Honda, CHE1 Ch 6, pp 211-231, 1995.

Radiochemical studies of processes at electrodes
G. Horanyi, RACH V 14, pp 1-58, 1995.

Rechargeable lithium batteries (ambient temperature) (advanced batteries)
S. Hossain, HBA2 Ch 36, pp 36.1-36.77, 1995.

Analysis of surface layers on well-defined electrode surfaces
A.T. Hubbard, E.Y. Cao, and D.A. Stern, PHEC Ch 10, pp 469-513, 1995.

Control of viscosity by electric fields: novel materials for electrorheological fluids and their applications
Y. Ishino, T. Saito, N. Goshima, and K. Takano, EFAP Ch 9, pp 171-184, 1995.

Approaches for the optimization of experimental parameters in capillary zone electrophoresis
H.J. Issaq, G.M. Janini, K.C. Chan, and Z. El Rassi, ACHR V 35, Ch 3, pp 101-169, 1995.

In-situ infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy: a tool to characterize the metal-electrolyte interface at a molecular level
T. Iwasita and F.C. Nart, AESE V 4, Ch 3, pp 123-216, 1995.

Electroosmotic dewatering
M. Iwata, EFAP Ch 7, pp 133-151, 1995.

Iron electrode batteries (secondary batteries)
J.F. Jackovitz and G.A. Bayles, HBA2 Ch 30, pp 30.1-30.24, 1995.

Pulsed electrochemical detection of carbohydrates at gold electrodes following liquid chromatographic separation
D.C. Johnson and W.R. LaCourse, CHE1 Ch 10, pp 391-429, 1995.

Lithium glassy electrolyte batteries
S.D. Jones and J.R. Akridge, HSSB Ch 11, pp 209-230, 1995.

Anodic dissolution (corrosion)
M. Keddam, COM1 Ch 3, pp 55-122, 1995.

Thermal batteries (reserve batteries)
V. Klasons, HBA2 Ch 22, pp 22.1-22.22, 1995.

Nickel-zinc batteries (secondary batteries)
M. Klein and F. McLarnon, HBA2 Ch 29, pp 29.1-29.20, 1995.

Magnesium water-activated batteries (reserve batteries)
R.F. Koontz, HBA2 Ch 17, pp 17.1-17.25, 1995.

Rechargeable zinc/alkaline/manganese dioxide cells (secondary batteries)
K. Kordesch, K. Tomantschger, and J. Daniel-Ivad, HBA2 Ch 34, pp 34.1-34.12, 1995.

Theoretical treatment and experimental investigation of ion transfer across liquid-liquid interfaces
J. Koryta, ITRK Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1995.

Solid state electrochromic devices
K. Kuwabara, HSSB Ch 24, pp 555-577, 1995.

Introduction to surface reactions: electrochemical basis of corrosion
D. Landolt, COM1 Ch 1, pp 1-18, 1995.

Ammonia batteries (reserve batteries)
P.N. Lensi, HBA2 Ch 20, pp 20.1-20.11, 1995.

Pharmaceutical analysis by capillary electrophoresis
S.F.Y. Li, C.L. Ng, and C.P. Ong, ACHR V 35, Ch 5, pp 199-257, 1995.

Metal anodes
T.A. Liederbach, KOE4 V 16, pp 244-257, 1995.

Basic concepts (batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 1, pp 1.3-1.11, 1995.

Factors affecting battery performance
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 3, pp 3.1-3.20, 1995.

Selection and application of batteries
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 6, pp 6.1-6.15, 1995.

Introduction (to primary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 7, pp 7.3-7.22, 1995.

Lithium cells (primary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 14, pp 14.1-14.91, 1995.

Introduction (to reserve batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 16, pp 16.3-16.8, 1995.

Introduction (to secondary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 23, pp 23.3-23.22, 1995.

Sealed nickel-metal hydride batteries (secondary batteries)
D. Linden, HBA2 Ch 33, pp 33.1-33.29, 1995.

Copper ion conducting electrolytes
R.G. Linford and W. S. Schlindwein, HSSB Ch 6, pp 131-145, 1995.

Growth and stability of passive films
B. MacDougall and M.J. Graham, COM1 Ch 5, pp 143-173, 1995.

Contractility and motility of muscle and non-muscle cells (bioelectrochemistry)
H.G. Mannherz, BPAP V 2, Ch 2, pp 34-56, 1995.

In situ synchrotron techniques in electrochemistry
J. McBreen, PHEC Ch 8, pp 339-391, 1995.

X-ray absorption spectroscopic studies on battery active materials
J. McBreen, HSSB Ch 3, pp 57-78, 1995.

Zinc-carbon cells (Leclanche and zinc chloride cell systems (primary batteries)
D.W. McComsey and W.B. Felegyhazi, HBA2 Ch 8, pp 8.1-8.43, 1995.

Carbon electrode surface chemistry: optimization of bioanalytical performance
R.L. McCreery, VMBS pp 1-26, 1995.

Machining methods: electrochemical
J.A. McGeough and X.K. Chen, KOE4 V 15, pp 608-622, 1995.

Insertion electrodes I: atomic and electronic structure of the hosts and their insertion compounds
W.R. McKinnon, SSEC Ch 7, pp 163-198, 1995.

Measurement of the time-resolved kinetics of biogenic amine release and transporter activity by rotating disk electrode voltammetry in vitro
S.M. Meiergerd and J.O. Schenk, VMBS pp 305-337, 1995.

Heterogeneous electron transfer kinetics at metallic electrodes
C.J. Miller, PHEC Ch 2, pp 27-79, 1995.

Adsorption and surface reactions (bioelectrochemistry)
I.R. Miller, BPAP V 1, Ch 5, pp 288-362, 1995.

Overview of electron transfer processes
R.J.D. Miller, SETP Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1995.

Electron transfer at metal and semiconductor surfaces
R.J.D. Miller, SETP Ch 4, pp 95-166, 1995.

Preparation of carbohydrates for analysis by HPLC and HPCE (electrophoresis)
A.J. Mort and M.L. Pierce, CHE1 Ch 1, pp 3-37, 1995.

Trace metal speciation of labile chemical species in natural water: electrochemical methods
A. Mota and M. Correia dos Santos, MSBA Ch 5, 1995.

Technology assessment of lithium polymer electrolyte secondary batteries
M.Z.A. Munshi, HSSB Ch 19, pp 393-423, 1995.

Electrochromatography with radial applied voltage: ion separation by electrochemical approach
T. Nagoka, EFAP Ch 4, pp 75-89, 1995.

Light-transduction in photoreceptors (bioelectrochemistry)
K. Nagy and H. Stieve, BPAP V 2, Ch 3, pp 57-133, 1995.

Modeling of conducting polymer batteries and capacitors
K. Naoi and M.Z.A Munshi, HSSB Ch 17, pp 341-369, 1995.

The electrochemistry of conducting polymers–with emphasis on ion transport behavior and applications in energy storage
K. Naoi and E. Shouji, HSSB Ch 13, pp 247-272, 1995.

Mercuric oxide cells (primary batteries)
D. Naylor, HBA2 Ch 11, pp 11.1-11.22, 1995.

Stress-corrosion cracking mechanisms
R.C. Newman, COM1 Ch 10, pp 311-372, 1995.

Solid state electrolytic capacitors
A. Nishino, HSSB Ch 28, pp 627-644, 1995.

Electrode processes
A.J. Nozik, SETP Ch 2, pp 19-49, 1995.

Electron transfer from quantum-confined states
A.J. Nozik and G.L. McLendon, SETP Ch 6, pp 311-364, 1995.

Electrochemistry of colloidal systems: double layer phenomena
S. Ohki and H. Ohshima, BPAP V 1, Ch 4, pp 211-287, 1995.

The measurement of brain ascorbate and its link with excitatory amino acid neurotransmission (voltammetry)
R.D. O'Neill, VMBS pp 221-268, 1995.

Solid electrolyte cells (primary batteries)
B.B. Owens, P.M. Skarstad, and D.F. Untereker, HBA2 Ch 15, pp 15.1-15.28, 1995.

Silver solid state capacitors
J.E. Oxley, HSSB Ch 27, pp 615-625, 1995.

Silver oxide cells (primary batteries)
J. Passaniti and S.A. Megahed, HBA2 Ch 12, pp 12.1-12.16, 1995.

Dielectrophoretic and electrorotation behaviour of cells: theory and experiment (bioelectrochemistry)
R. Pethig and Y. Huang, BPAP V 2, Ch 6, pp 208-244, 1995.

Insertion materials for rechargeable lithium batteries
S.S. Prasad, HSSB Ch 21, pp 467-513, 1995.

Defect structures and anion conducting solid electrolytes
S.S. Prasad, HSSB Ch 23, pp 541-554, 1995.

Silver solid state batteries
D. Rani, HSSB Ch 5, pp 111-129, 1995.

Lithium ion conducting glasses
K.J. Rao and M. Ganguli, HSSB Ch 10, pp 189-208, 1995.

Fundamental aspects of ion transport in solid electrolytes
B.V. Ratnakumar and S.R. Narayanan, HSSB Ch 1, pp 1-40, 1995.

Diffusion and ion shifts in the brain extracellular microenvironment and their relevance for voltammetric measurements: the brain is not a beaker: in vitro vs in vivo voltammetry
M.E. Rice and C. Nicholson, VMBS pp 27-79, 1995.

Fundamentals of physical electrochemistry
I. Rubinstein, PHEC Ch 1, pp 1-25, 1995.

Digital simulations with the fast implicit difference algorithm: the development of a general simulator for electrochemical processes
M. Rudolph, PHEC Ch 3, pp 81-129, 1995.

Lead-acid batteries (secondary batteries)
A.J. Salkind, J.J. Kelley, and A.G. Cannone, HBA2 Ch 24, pp 24.1-24.89, 1995.

Charge transfer kinetics at water-organic solvent phase boundaries
Z. Samec and T. Kakiuchi, AESE V 4, Ch 5, pp 297-361, 1995.

Ion transport into and ion transport within plastic ion-selective membranes
J.R. Sandifer, ITRK Ch 4, pp 71-93, 1995.

Techniques for computer simulation of ion-transport phenomena
J.R. Sandifer, ITRK Ch 6, pp 115-138, 1995.

Water electrolysis and solar hydrogen demonstration projects
G. Sandstede and R. Wuster, MAEC V 27, Ch 6, pp 411-514, 1995.

Proton conducting electrochemical capacitors with solid polymer electrolyte
S. Sarangapani, J.A. Kosek, and A.B. LaConti, HSSB Ch 26, pp 601-614, 1995.

Alkaline manganese dioxide cells (primary batteries)
R.F. Scarr and J.C. Hunter, HBA2 Ch 10, pp 10.1-10.24, 1995.

Silver oxide batteries (secondary batteries)
S.F. Schiffer and P.A. Karpinski, HBA2 Ch 31, pp 31.1-31.28, 1995.

Reliability and clinical assessment of pacemaker power sources
E.A. Schroeppel and J.H. Lin, HSSB Ch 9, pp 171-187, 1995.

Theory of electrochemical electron transfer reactions
W. Schmickler, SETP Ch 3, pp 51-93, 1995.

Reaction engineering and digital simulation in electrochemical processes
K. Scott, MAEC V 27, Ch 1, pp 1-142, 1995.

Polymer electrodes (solid state electrochemistry)
B. Scrosati, SSEC Ch 9, pp 229-263, 1995.

Polymer electrode batteries: synthesis, properties, and performance
B. Scrosati, HSSB Ch 14, pp 273-288, 1995.

The surface chemistry of silicon in fluoride electrolytes
P.C. Searson, AESE V 4, Ch 2, pp 67-122, 1995.

Electrochromatography in biomolecular analysis
D.H. Shain, EFAP Ch 5, pp 91-115, 1995.

Polymer electrolytes I: general principles
D.F. Shriver and P.G. Bruce, SSEC Ch 5, pp 95-118, 1995.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
P.R. Slater, ARCH V 91A, Ch 25, pp 467-498, 1995.

Effects of magnetic fields on living systems (bioelectrochemistry)
S.D. Smith, A.R. Liboff, and B.R. McLeod, BPAP V 2, Ch 7, pp 245-282, 1995.

Ionic transport in glassy electrolytes
J.L. Souquet, SSEC Ch 4, pp 74-94, 1995.

Theories of gel electrophoresis of high molecular weight DNA
E.M. Southern and J.K. Elder, PFEP Ch 1, pp 1-19, 1995.

Magnesium and aluminum cells (primary batteries)
P.J. Spellman, D.M. Larsen, R.J. Ekern, and J.E. Oxley, HBA2 Ch 9, pp 9.1-9.15, 1995.

Fast cyclic voltammetry in brain slices
J.A. Stamford, P. Palij, C. Davidson, C.M. Jorm, and P.E.M. Phillips, VMBS pp 81-116, 1995.

Ion-selective monolayer membranes on self-assembling tetradentate ligand monolayers on gold electrodes: nature of the ionic selectivity
S. Steinberg, Y. Tor, A. Shanzer, and I. Rubinstein, THFI V 20, Ch 8, pp 183-205, 1995.

Mechanism of pitting corrosion
H.-H. Strehblow, COM1 Ch 7, pp 201-237, 1995.

Molecular orientation of organic compounds in electric fields: organized photochemistry
K. Tagaki, EFAP Ch 14, pp 265-299, 1995.

Silver ion conducting solid electrolytes
T. Takahashi, HSSB Ch 4, pp 79-109, 1995.

Pulse immunoassay and pulse electrovoltage for cell manipulation and analytical coagulation processes
E. Tamiya, EFAP Ch 13, pp 249-263, 1995.

The kinetics of hydrogen evolution reaction at nickel electrodes
J. Tamm and L. Tamm, RCHK V 3, Ch 5, pp 215-262, 1995.

Ionic space charge and the AgX surface
Y.T. Tan, ITRK Ch 5, pp 95-113, 1995.

Electrolytic processes for pollution treatment and pollution prevention
P. Tatapudi and J.M. Fenton, AESE V 4, Ch 6, pp 363-417, 1995.

Capillary electrophoresis coupled with mass spectrometry
K.B. Tomer, L.J. Deterding, and C.E. Parker, ACHR V 35, Ch 2, pp 53-99, 1995.

Spectroscopic studies of ion conducting polymers
L.M. Torrell, HSSB Ch 16, pp 311-340, 1995.

Electroosmosis and electrochromatography
T. Tsuda, EFAP Ch 3, pp 47-74, 1995.

Electrochromatography for focusing, counter-current, mass spectroscopy, and two-dimensional separation
T. Tsuda, EFAP Ch 6, pp 117-129, 1995.

Dynamic electroconcentration processes in analytical chemistry
T. Tsuda, EFAP Ch 12, pp 231-248, 1995.

Electrophoretic forming of ceramics
T. Tsuda and H. Ishida, EFAP Ch 8, pp 153-169, 1995.

Electrochromatography in analytical chemistry
T. Tsuda and S. Kitagawa, EFAP Ch 2, pp 13-45, 1995.

Advanced batteries based on organosulfur redox chemistry
S.J. Visco and L.C. De Jonghe, HSSB Ch 22, pp 515-540, 1995.

Principles and applications of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
M.D. Ward, PHEC Ch 7, pp 293-338, 1995.

Electrode performance (solid state electrochemistry)
W. Weppner, SSEC Ch 8, pp 199-228, 1995.

Crystalline solid electrolytes I: general considerations and the major materials
A.R. West, SSEC Ch 2, pp 7-42, 1995.

Electric organs and their innervation: a model system for the study of cholinergic function (bioelectrochemistry)
V.P. Whittaker, BPAP V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-33, 1995.

Dye-sensitized electron injection into semiconductor electrodes
F. Willig, SETP Ch 5, pp 167-309, 1995.

Magnesium and magnesium alloys
C.B. Wilson, K.G. Claus, M.R. Earlam, and J.E. Hillis, KOE4 V 15, pp 622-674, 1995.

Applications of electric fields to solvent extraction
M. Yamaguchi, EFAP Ch 10, pp 185-203, 1995.

Applications of the electric fields to resolution of water-in-oil emulsions
M. Yamaguchi, EFAP Ch 11, pp 205-228, 1995.

Applications (solid state electrochemistry)
O. Yamamoto, SSEC Ch 11, pp 292-332, 1995.

Copper solid state batteries
O. Yamamoto, HSSB Ch 7, pp 147-156, 1995.

Novel anodes for solid state batteries
R. Yazami and M.Z.A. Munshi, HSSB Ch 20, pp 425-466, 1995.

Optical detectors for capillary electrophoresis
E.S. Yeung, ACHR V 35, Ch 1, pp 1-51, 1995.

Metallized capacitors (solid state)
A. Yializis, HSSB Ch 29, pp 645-662, 1995.


1996

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Molten salt electrochemical deposition: overview and applications
B. Aladjov, A. Stoyanova, J.R. Selman, and Y.P. Lin, ETID Ch 16, pp 301-333, 1996.

General guidelines to the operation of capillary electrophoresis methods and instrumentation
K.D. Altria, CEPG Part I, pp 1-122, 1996.

Application of capillary electrophoresis to pharmaceutical analysis
K.D. Altria, CEPG Ch 18, pp 265-284, 1996.

Additional application areas of capillary electrophoresis
K.D. Altria, CEPG Ch 20, pp 309-344, 1996.

The manganese dioxide electrode in aqueous solution
T.N. Andersen, MAEC V 30, Ch 4, pp 313-413, 1996.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.L. Anderson, E.F. Bowden, and P.G. Pickup, ACAR V 68, pp 379R-444R, 1996.

Film electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.L. Anderson and N. Winograd, LTE2 Ch 11, pp 333-365, 1996.

Electrochemical behavior of drugs at the oil/water interface
K. Arai, F. Kusu, and K. Takamura, LLIN Ch 17, pp 375-400, 1996.

Interfacial properties of oxides with technological impact in electrochemistry
S. Ardizzone and S. Trasatti, ACIS V 64, pp 173-251, 1996.

Electrolytes and the electric double layer
P. Attard, ACHP V 92, pp 1-159, 1996.

Electrodeposition of microstructures: an important process in microsystem technology
W. Bacher, K. Bade, K. Leyendecker, W. Menz, W. Stark, and A. Thommes, ETID Ch 9, pp 159-189, 1996.

Photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical cells based on Schottky barrier heterojunctions
W.A. Badawy, MAEC V 30, Ch 2, pp 187-259, 1996.

Applications of electroactive polymers in bioelectrochemistry and bioelectronics
P.N. Bartlett and J. Cooper, EPEC V 2, Ch 9, pp 233-267, 1996.

Molecular dynamics of charge transfer at the liquid-liquid interface
I. Benjamin, LLIN Ch 9, pp 179-211, 1996.

Conducting composites of polypyrrole and polyaniline, a review
A. Bhattacharya and A. De, PSSC V 24, pp 141-181, 1996.

Photonic electrochemistry (electroanalytical chemistry)
A.B. Bocarsly, H. Tachikawa, and L.R. Faulkner, LTE2 Ch 28, pp 855-899, 1996.

Electrochemistry (1992-1995)
J.O'M. Bockris, S. Fletcher, R.J. Gale, S.U.M. Khan, D.M. Kolb, D.J. Mazur, K. Uosaki, and N.L. Weinberg, ARCH V 92C, Ch 3, pp 23-73, 1996.

Electroanalysis of biomacromolecules
V. Brabec, V. Vetterl, and O. Vrana, BPAP V 3, Ch 5, pp 287-359, 1996.

Electrochemistry in pharmaceutical analysis
M.A. Brooks and E.W. Tsai, LTE2 Ch 26, pp 769-812, 1996.

Potentiometric sensors (supramolecular chemistry)
Z. Brzozka, CSMC V 10, Ch 8, pp 187-212, 1996.

Application and limits of sample stacking in capillary electrophoresis
D.S. Burgi and R.-L. Chien, CEPG Ch 16, pp 211-226, 1996.

Numerical simulation methods applied to electroactive polymer films
J.F. Cassidy, EPEC V 2, Ch 6, pp 79-132, 1996.

Capillary zone electrophoresis for the analysis of peptides
M. Castagnola, I. Messana, and D.V. Rosetti, CEAB Ch 8, pp 239-275, 1996.

The use of capillary electrophoresis in pharmaceutical development
S.C. Chang, J.J. Gigantino, D.M. Radzik, and A.C. Rychtman, PBCE Ch 11, pp 425-466, 1996.

Electrochemical detection of biomolecules in liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis
J.-G. Chen, S.J. Woltman, and S.G. Weber, ACHR V 36, Ch 6, pp 273-313, 1996.

Surface modification of silica walls: a review of different methodologies (electrophoresis)
M. Chiari, M. Nesi, and P.G. Righetti, CEAB Ch 1, pp 1-36, 1996.

Analysis of glycoproteins, oligo- and monosaccharides (electrophoresis)
C. Chiesa, R.A. O'Neill, C.G. Horvath, and P.J. Oefner, CEAB Ch 9, pp 277-430, 1996.

Quantum theory of charge-transfer processes in condensed media
S.G. Christov, MAEC V 28, Ch 4, pp 167-288, 1996.

Emerging technologies for sequencing antisense oligonucleotides: capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry
A.S. Cohen, D.L. Smisek, and B.H. Wang, ACHR V 36, Ch 3, pp 127-162, 1996.

Electroanalytical methods based on modified electrodes: a review of recent advances
J.A. Cox, M.E. Tess, and T.E. Cummings, RACH V 15, pp 173-223, 1996.

Electrochromatography
A.L. Crego, A. Gonzalez, and M.L. Marina, CRAC V 26, pp 261-304, 1996.

Electron transfer reactions at the polarized liquid/liquid interface
V.J. Cunnane and L. Murtomaki, LLIN Ch 18, pp 401-416, 1996.

Controlled-current coulometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.J. Curran, LTE2 Ch 25, pp 739-768, 1996.

Electrochemical micromachining
M. Datta, ETID Ch 8, pp 137-158, 1996.

Stimulation of plant cell division and organogenesis by short-term, high-voltage electrical pulses
M.R. Davey, N.V. Blackhall, K.C. Lowe, and J.B. Power, ELMC Ch 13, pp 273-286, 1996.

Excited state electron transfer at the interface of two immiscible electrolyte solutions
M.K. De Armond and A.H. De Armond, LLIN Ch 11, pp 255-276, 1996.

Clinical applications of electroporation
S.B. Dev and C.A. Hofmann, ELMC Ch 9, pp 185-199, 1996.

Stripping analysis
H. Dewald, MTEA Ch 4, pp 151-185, 1996.

Electrochemical studies at reduced temperature (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.H. Evans and S.A. Lerke, LTE2 Ch 16, pp 487-510, 1996.

Electrochemistry of organized monolayers of thiols and related molecules on electrodes
H.O. Finklea, EACH V 19, Ch 2, pp 109-335, 1996.

Basic principles of voltammetry (bioelectrochemistry)
O. Fischer and E. Fischerova, BPAP V 3, Ch 2, pp 41-157, 1996.

Voltammetric methods for the investigation of chemical kinetics (bioelectrochemistry)
O. Fischer and E. Fischerova, BPAP V 3, Ch 3, pp 159-249, 1996.

Electrokinetic chromatography
J.P. Foley and E.S. Ahuja, PBCE Ch 3, pp 81-178, 1996.

Electrochemistry in the dry box (electroanalytical chemistry)
S.N. Frank and S.-M. Park, LTE2 Ch 19, pp 569-581, 1996.

Solvents and supporting electrolytes (electroanalytical chemistry)
A.J. Fry, LTE2 Ch 15, pp 469-485, 1996.

Cell electrorotation
C. Fuhr and R. Hagedorn, ELMC Ch 3, pp 37-70, 1996.

Mercury electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
Z. Galus, LTE2 Ch 14, pp 443-468, 1996.

Analysis of rDNA-derived proteins and their posttranslational modifications (electrophoresis)
K. Ganzler, N.W. Warne, and W.S. Hancock, CEAB Ch 7, pp 183-238, 1996.

Instructional examples of electrode mechanism of transition metal complexes (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.E. Geiger, LTE2 Ch 23, pp 683-717, 1996.

Principles and techniques of electrochemical-electron paramagnetic resonance experiments (electroanalytical chemistry)
I.B. Goldberg and T.M. McKinney, LTE2 Ch 29, pp 901-960, 1996.

Electrostimulation of cells by weak electric currents
A. Goldsworthy, ELMC Ch 12, pp 249-272, 1996.

Simulation analysis of electrochemical mechanisms
D. Gosser, MTEA Ch 7, pp 313-335, 1996.

Capillary electrochromatography
I.H. Grant, CEPG Ch 15, pp 197-209, 1996.

Potential-modulated reflectance spectroscopy studies of the electronic transitions of chemisorbed carbon monoxide
C. Gutierrez, MAEC V 28, Ch 2, pp 61-105, 1996.

Capillary gel electrophoresis
A. Guttman, CEPG Ch 13, pp 157-169, 1996.

Consecutive protein digestion and peptide derivatization employing an on-line analyte concentrator to map proteins using capillary electrophoresis
N.A. Guzman, CEAB Ch 4, pp 101-121, 1996.

Electrochemical cells (electroanalytical chemistry)
F.M. Hawkridge, LTE2 Ch 9, pp 267-291, 1996.

Evaluation of mechanism of organic reactions (electroanalytical chemistry)
M.D. Hawley, LTE2 Ch 21, pp 623-640, 1996.

Large-amplitude controlled potential techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, LTE2 Ch 3, pp 51-125, 1996.

Large-amplitude controlled-current techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
W.R. Heineman and P.T. Kissinger, LTE2 Ch 4, pp 127-139, 1996.

Cell-tissue electrofusion
R. Heller and M. Jaroszeski, ELMC Ch 6, pp 119-137, 1996.

Separation of peptides and protein digests by capillary electrophoresis
M. Herold, G.A. Ross, R. Grimm, and D.N. Heiger, CEPG Ch 19, pp 285-308, 1996.

In situ ellipsometry and FTIR spectroscopy applied to electroactive polymer-modified electrodes
S.J. Higgins, P.A. Christensen, and A. Hamnett, EPEC V 2, Ch 7, pp 133-172, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis-based methods for in vivo analysis: single cell analysis and microdialysis sampling
B.L. Hogan, PBCE Ch 12, pp 467-502, 1996.

Conductivity and conductometry (electroanalytical chemistry)
F.J. Holler and C.G. Enke, LTE2 Ch 8, pp 237-265, 1996.

Electrosorption studies in electrocatalysis
G. Horanyi, CSPR V 12, Ch 7, pp 254-301, 1996.

Electroanalytical chemistry in molten salts
C.L. Hussey, LTE2 Ch 17, pp 511-541, 1996.

Dielectrophoresis: effect of nonuniform electrical fields on cell movement
F.J. Iglesias, C. Santamaria, F.J. Ascencor and A. Dominguez, ELMC Ch 4, pp 71-99, 1996.

Surface modification with thin compound film by molten salt electrochemical process
Y. Ito and M. Tada, ETID Ch 17, pp 335-359, 1996.

Polymer-based amperometric biosensors
E.I. Iwuoha and M.R. Smyth, EPEC V 2, Ch 11, pp 297-328, 1996.

The semiconductor/electrolyte interface: a surface science approach
W. Jaegermann, MAEC V 30, Ch 1, pp 1-185, 1996.

Electroporation and transgenic plant production
M. Joersbo and J. Brunstedt, ELMC Ch 10, pp 201-222, 1996.

Electrofusion and electroporation equipment
B. Jones, P.T. Lynch, J.B. Power, and M.R. Davey, ELMC Ch 1, pp 1-14, 1996.

Electromagnetic cell stimulation
D.B. Jones and B. McLeod, ELMC Ch 11, pp 223-247, 1996.

Electrofusion of plant protoplasts for hybrid plant production
M.C.K. Jones, ELMC Ch 7, pp 139-156, 1996.

Redox-switchable receptors (supramolecular chemistry)
A.E. Kaifer and S. Mendoza, CSMC V 1, Ch 19, pp 701-732, 1996.

Electrochemical techiques (supramolecular chemistry)
A.E. Kaifer, CSMC V 8, Ch 12, pp 499-535, 1996.

Partition equilibrium of ionic components in two immiscible electrolyte solutions
T. Kakiuchi, LLIN Ch 1, pp 1-18, 1996.

Porous silicon formation: theoretical analysis
Y. Kang and J. Jorne, ETID Ch 19, pp 379-404, 1996.

Biosensors with electrochemical transducers
J. Kas, M. Marek, M. Stastny, and R. Volf, BPAP V 3, Ch 6, pp 361-453, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis of proteins and peptides
K.L. Kastel, PBCE Ch 9, pp 345-386, 1996.

Vacuum-line techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
V. Katovic, M.A. May, and C.P. Keszthelyi, LTE2 Ch 18, pp 543-567, 1996.

Quantum theory of charge transfer (at liquid-liquid interfaces)
Y.I. Kharkats and A.M. Kuznetsov, LLIN Ch 7, pp 139-154, 1996.

Osmium and ruthenium poly(pyridyl) redox polymers as electrode coatings
D. Kelly and J.G. Vos, EPEC V 2, Ch 8, pp 173-232, 1996.

Fundamental concepts of analytical electrochemistry
P.T. Kissinger, C.R. Preddy, R.E. Shoup, and W.R. Heineman, LTE2 Ch 2, pp 11-50, 1996.

Small-amplitude controlled potential techniques (electroanalytical chemistry)
P.T. Kissinger and T.H. Ridgeway, LTE2 Ch 5, pp 141-164, 1996.

Introduction to analog instrumentation (electroanalytical chemistry)
P.T. Kissinger, LTE2 Ch 6, pp 165-194, 1996.

Volta and surface potentials at liquid/liquid interfaces
Z. Koczorowski, LLIN Ch 2, pp 19-37, 1996.

Reconstruction phenomena at metal-electrolyte interfaces
D.M. Kolb, PRSS V 51, pp 109-173, 1996.

Oscillations and complex dynamical bifurcations in electrochemical systems
M.T.M. Koper, ACHP V 92, pp 161-298, 1996.

Photoelectrochemical effect at the interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
N.A. Kotov and M.G. Kuzmin, LLIN Ch 10, pp 213-253, 1996.

Current and reaction distribution in electrochemical surface treatment and microfabrication
D. Landolt, ETID Ch 7, pp 115-136, 1996.

Analytical applications of polymer-modified electrodes
D. Leech, EPEC V 2, Ch 10, pp 269-296, 1996.

Sample preparation for capillary electrophoresis
D.K. Lloyd, PBCE Ch 7, pp 309-326, 1996.

Low-temperature electrochemistry at high-Tc superconductor/ionic conductor interfaces
W.J. Lorenz, G. Saemann-Ischenko, and M.W. Breiter, MAEC V 28, Ch 3, pp 107-166, 1996.

Electrofusion of animal cells
J.A. Lucy, ELMC Ch 5, pp 101-117, 1996.

Electrochemical detection in liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis
S.M. Lunte, C.E. Lunte, and P.T. Kissinger, LTE2 Ch 27, pp 813-853, 1996.

Principles of capillary electrophoresis
S.M. Lunte and D.M. Radzik, PBCE Ch 1, pp 3-21, 1996.

Transport and kinetics in electroactive polymers
M.E.G. Lyons, ACHP V 94, pp 297-624, 1996.

Digital simulation of electrochemical problems (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.T. Maloy, LTE2 Ch 20, pp 583-621, 1996.

Ion solvation
Y. Marcus, LLIN Ch 3, pp 39-61, 1996.

Chemically modified electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
C.R. Martin and C.A. Foss, LTE2 Ch 13, pp 403-442, 1996.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography in the analysis of amino acids and peptides
N. Matsubara and S. Terabe, CEAB Ch 6, pp 155-182, 1996.

Carbon electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
R.L. McCreery and K.K. Cline, LTE2 Ch 10, pp 293-332, 1996.

Electrochemistry of high-Tc superconductors
J.T. McDevitt, S.G. Haupt, and C.E. Jones, EACH V 19, Ch 3, pp 337-486, 1996.

Perchloric acid and perchlorates
S.K. Mendiratta, R.L. Dotson, and R.T. Brooker, KOE4 V 18, pp 157-170, 1996.

Microelectrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
A.C. Michael and R.M. Wightman, LTE2 Ch 12, pp 367-402, 1996.

Sorption of hydrogen on and in hydrogen-absorbing metals in electrochemical environments
T. Mizuno and M. Enyo, MAEC V 30, Ch 5, pp 415-503, 1996.

Patch-clamp technique (bioelectrochemistry)
O. Moran, BPAP V 3, Ch 9, pp 527-555, 1996.

Buffers, electrolytes, and additives for capillary electrophoresis
S.E. Moring, CEAB Ch 2, pp 37-60, 1996.

Atomistic simulation investigations of electroactive polymers
D.A. Morton-Blake and J. Corish, EPEC V 2, Ch 5, pp 1-78, 1996.

Gene delivery by membrane electroporation
E. Neumann, ELMC Ch 8, pp 157-183, 1996.

Spectroelectrochemistry (bioelectrochemistry)
K. Niki, O. Vrana, and V. Brabec, BPAP V 3, Ch 4, pp 251-286, 1996.

Transmission spectroelectrochemistry
J. Niu and S. Dong, RACH V 15, pp 1-171, 1996.

Capillary electrophoretic analysis of glycoproteins and glycoprotein-derived oligosaccharides
R.P. Oda, B.J. Madden, and J.P. Landers, ACHR V 36, Ch 4, pp 163-199, 1996.

Injection methods in capillary electrophoresis
J.D. Olechno and J.A. Nolan, CEAB Ch 3, pp 61-99, 1996.

Advanced surface finishing technology for electronics application
T. Osaka and J. Kawaguchi, ETID Ch 1, pp 3-17, 1996.

Electrochemical detection for capillary electrophoresis
T.J. O'Shea, PBCE Ch 6, pp 277-306, 1996.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
K. Otsuka and S. Terabe, CEPG Ch 12, pp 125-155, 1996.

High conversion efficiency photoelectrochemical solar cells
R.N. Pandey, K.S.C. Babu, and O.N. Srivastava, PRSS V 52, pp 125-192, 1996.

The question of negative capacitance and its relation to instabilities and phase transitions at electrified interfaces
M.B. Partenskii, V. Dorman, and P.C. Jordan, IRPC V 15, pp 153-182, 1996.

Spectroscopic methods for the characterization of electrochemical interfaces and surfaces
J. Pemberton and S. Garvey, MTEA Ch 2, pp 59-106, 1996.

Effect of surface structure and adsorption phenomena on the active dissolution of iron in acid media
I.-H. Plonski, MAEC V 29, Ch 3, pp 203-318, 1996.

Electrodialysis through liquid ion-exchange membranes and the oil-water interface
A.N. Popov, LLIN Ch 15, pp 333-361, 1996.

The mechanism of formation of coarse and disperse electrodeposits
K.I. Popov, N.K. Krstajic, and M.I. Cekerevac, MAEC V 30, Ch 3, pp 261-312, 1996.

Electrochemical impedance and related techniques (bioelectrochemistry)
L. Pospisil, BPAP V 3, Ch 1, pp 1-39, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis of DNA
P.G. Righetti and C. Gelfi, CEAB Ch 10, pp 431-476, 1996.

Isoelectric focusing in capillaries (electrophoresis)
P.G. Righetti, C. Gelfi, and M. Chiari, CEAB Ch 12, pp 509-539, 1996.

Overcoming solution resistance with stability and grace in potentiostatic circuits (electroanalytical chemistry)
D.K. Roe, LTE2 Ch 7, pp 195-235, 1996.

Chiral separations by capillary electrophoresis
M.M. Rogan and K.D. Altria, CEPG Ch 14, pp 171-196, 1996.

Electrochemical investigations of the interfacial behavior of proteins
S.G. Roscoe, MAEC V 29, Ch 4, pp 319-399, 1996.

A modern approach to surface roughness applied to electrochemical systems
R.C. Salvarezza and A.J. Arvia, MAEC V 28, Ch 5, pp 289-373, 1996.

Electroless deposition of metals and control of bath activity and film quality in electroless copper
C.J. Sambucetti, ETID Ch 5, pp 69-91, 1996.

Kinetics of charge transfer (at liquid-liquid interfaces)
Z. Samec, LLIN Ch 8, pp 155-178, 1996.

Superlattice multilayers formed via electrochemical deposition methods
M. Schlesinger, ETID Ch 14, pp 265-277, 1996.

Electronic effects in the electric double layer
W. Schmickler, CHRE V 96, pp 3177-3200, 1996.

Analysis of bases, nucleosides, and (oligo)nucleotides by capillary electrophoresis
H.E. Schwartz and K.J. Ulfelder, CEPG Ch 17, pp 227-284, 1996.

Amperometric ion-selective electrode sensors
M. Senda and Y. Yamamoto, LLIN Ch 12, pp 277-293, 1996.

Energies of activation of electrode reactions: a revisited problem
D.B. Sepa, MAEC V 29, Ch 1, pp 1-56, 1996.

High-temperature electrochemical synthesis of intermetallides of titanium in molten salts
V.I. Shapoval, G. Kaptay, and S.V. Deviatkin, ETID Ch 18, pp 361-378, 1996.

High density magnetic recording heads prepared by electrochemical deposition
O. Shinoura, ETID Ch 12, pp 219-238, 1996.

Analysis of milk sample: a voltammetric approach
J. Shukla and K.S. Pitre, RACH V 15, pp 265-272, 1996.

Separation of nucleic acids and oligonucleotides and sequencing of dna fragments by capillary electrophoresis
R.P. Singhal and J. Xian, PBCE Ch 10, pp 387-424, 1996.

Conducting solids: ionic and electronic conductors
P.R. Slater and M.G. Francesconi, ARCH V 92A, Ch 24, pp 433-461, 1996.

Polymer electrolytes (supramolecular chemistry)
J. Smid, CSMC V 10, Ch 24, pp 747-776, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry
R.D. Smith and H.R. Udseth, PBCE Ch 5, pp 229-275, 1996.

Optical detection strategies in capillary electrophoresis
S.A. Soper, PBCE Ch 4, pp 181-228, 1996.

Ultrahigh-vacuum surface analytical methods in electrochemical studies of single-crystal surfaces
M.P. Soriaga, D.A. Harrington, J.L. Stickney, and A. Wieckowski, MAEC V 28, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1996.

Vacuum surface techniques in electroanalytical chemistry
M. Soriaga and J. Stickney, MTEA Ch 1, pp 1-58, 1996.

Numerical simulation of electrochemical experiments: recent advances in methodology
B. Speiser, EACH V 19, Ch 1, pp 1-108, 1996.

Electrodeposition of metals on single crystal substrates
G. Staikov and W.J. Lorenz, ETID Ch 13, pp 241-264, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis
R.L. St.Claire, ACAR V 68, pp 569R-586R, 1996.

Electroorganic synthesis (electroanalytical chemistry)
E. Steckhan, LTE2 Ch 22, pp 641-681, 1996.

Electrically stimulated membrane breakdown
T.Y. Tsong, ELMC Ch 2, pp 15-36, 1996.

In vivo electrochemistry with microelectrodes
K. Tanaka and K. Tokuda, BPAP V 3, Ch 7, pp 455-487, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis interfaced with mass spectrometry: electrospray ionization and continuous flow fast atom bombardment
K.B. Tomer, C.E. Parker, and L.J. Deterding, CEAB Ch 5, pp 123-153, 1996.

Electrochemical detectors in automated analytical systems
M. Trojanowicz, MTEA Ch 5, pp 187-239, 1996.

Column technologies for capillary electrophoresis
J.K. Towns and F.E. Regnier, PBCE Ch 2, pp 23-80, 1996.

Liquid-liquid electrochemistry
P. Vanysek, MTEA Ch 8, pp 337-364, 1996.

The electrochemical activation of catalytic reactions
C.G. Vayenas, M.M. Jaksic, S.I. Bebelis, and S.G. Neophytides, MAEC V 29, Ch 2, pp 57-202, 1996.

Electrochemical activation of catalysis: in situ controlled promotion of catalyst surface
C.G. Vayenas and S.G. Neophytides, CSPR V 12, Ch 6, pp 199-253, 1996.

Principles of size-based separations in polymer solutions (electrophoresis)
J.-L. Viovy and C. Heller, CEAB Ch 11, pp 477-508, 1996.

Electrophoresis (bioelectrochemistry)
M. Vojtiskova, BPAP V 3, Ch 8, pp 489-526, 1996.

Electrical double layers at the oil/water interface
A.G. Volkov, D.W. Deamer, D.L. Tanelian, and V.S. Markin, PRSS V 53, pp 1-134, 1996.

Sonoelectrochemistry
D.J. Walton and S.S. Phull, ADSC V 4, pp. 205-284, 1996.

Electrochemical preconcentration (electroanalytical chemistry)
J. Wang, LTE2 Ch 24, pp 719-737, 1996.

Scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy of electrochemical interfaces
M. Ward and H. White, MTEA Ch 3, pp 107-149, 1996.

The electrical double layer at liquid-liquid interfaces
A. Watts and T.J. VanderNoot, LLIN Ch 5, pp 77-102, 1996.

Capillary electrophoresis in the study of amino acids
P.L. Weber, PBCE Ch 8, pp 327-344, 1996.

Chemisorption of thiols on metals and metal sulfides
R. Woods, MAEC V 29, Ch 5, pp 401-453, 1996.

Steady-state voltammetry at microelectrodes
C. Zoski, MTEA Ch 6, pp 241-312, 1996.


1997

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Solid state background (for solid state electrochemistry)
I. Abrahams and P.G. Bruce, HSSE Ch 3, pp 75-119, 1997.

An introduction to HPLC-based electrochemical detection: from single electrode to multi-electrode arrays
I.N Acworth and M. Bowers, CEAD pp 3-50, 1997.

Underpotential deposition on single-crystal metals
A. Aramata, MAEC V 31, Ch 4, pp 181-250, 1997.

Conducting polymers for batteries, supercapacitors and optical devices
C. Arbizzani, M. Mastragostino, and B. Scrosati, HOCA V 4, Ch 11, pp 595-619, 1997.

Applications of voltammetric methods for probing the chemistry of redox proteins (bioelectrochemistry)
F.A. Armstrong, BPAP V 5, Ch 4, pp 205-255, 1997.

Electrical properties of metal oxides at elevated temperatures
T. Bak, J. Nowotny, and C.C. Sorrell, EPOM Ch 1, pp 1-79, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis
D.R. Baker, HTAC Ch 10, pp 165-182, 1997.

Carrier-based ion-selective electrodes and bulk optodes. 1. General characteristics
E. Bakker, P. Buhlmann, and E. Pretsch, CHRE V 97, pp 3083-3132, 1997.

Factors affecting the separation (analysis of nucleic acids by capillary electrophoresis)
A.E. Barron et al. ANCE Part II, pp 91-173, 1997.

Automated methods of corrosion measurements
G. Bech-Nielsen, J.E.T. Andersen, J.C. Reeve, A.D. Bisgard, and L.V. Nielsen, MAEC V 31, Ch 5, pp 251-315, 1997.

Graphite, carbonaceous materials and organic solids as active electrodes in metal-free batteries
F. Beck, AESE V 5, Ch 5, pp 303-411, 1997.

Molecular dynamic simulations in interfacial electrochemistry
I. Benjamin, MAEC V 31, Ch 3, pp 115-179, 1997.

Electrolytic conductivity (electroanalytical techniques)
P. Berezanski, HTAC Ch 39, pp 749-764, 1997.

Galvanic (sacrificial) anodes (for cathodic corrosion protection)
H. Bohnes and G. Franke, HCC3 Ch 6, pp 179-206, 1997.

Impressed current anodes (for cathodic corrosion protection)
H. Bohnes and D. Funk, HCC3 Ch 7, pp 207-224, 1997.

Cathodic protection of ships
H. Bohnes and B. Richter, HCC3 Ch 17, pp 391-414, 1997.

Secondary alkaline cells
F. Bonino and C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 6, pp 162-197, 1997.

Dense ceramic membranes for oxygen separation
H.J.M. Bouwmeester and A.J. Burggraaf, HSSE Ch 14, pp 481-553, 1997.

Structure, chemical reactivity and electromagnetic properties of nucleic acids (bioelectrochemistry)
V. Brabec, V. Kleinwachter, and V. Vetterl, BPAP V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-104, 1997.

Biochemistry applications (capillary electrophoresis)
L.J. Brunner, Y. Kurosu, M. Saito, F.-T.A. Chen, R.A. Evangelista, T. Pritchett, J.C. Osborne, J.E. Wiktorowicz, and K Kitagishi, HBCE Part 2, pp 147-297, 1997.

Ion analysis applications (capillary electrophoresis)
W. Buchberger, F.B. Erim, and F.S. Stover, HBCE Part 5, pp 507-579, 1997.

Secondary lead-acid cells
K.R. Bullock and C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 5, pp 142-161, 1997.

Food analysis applications (capillary electrophoresis)
P.F. Cancalon, R. Schuster, and R.P. Baldwin, HBCE Part 6, pp 581-626, 1997.

Electrochemistry of fullerenes
J. Chlistunoff, D. Cliffel, and A.J. Bard, HOCA V 1, Ch 7, pp 333-412, 1997.

Qualitative utility of coulometric array detection: theoretical and applied aspects
J.K. Cullison and P.H. Gamache, CEAD pp 51-74, 1997.

Environmental science applications (capillary electrophoresis)
E. Dabek-Zlotorzynska and J.A. Bullock, HBCE Part 7, pp 627-672, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis of heparin-derived carbohydrate chains
J.B.L. Damm, CEBE Ch 13, pp 321-353, 1997.

Analysis of derivatized peptides using high-performance liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis
K.M. De Antonis and P.R. Brown, ACHR V 37, Ch 8, pp 425-452, 1997.

Electrodialysis
T.A. Davis and D.A. Glassner, HDPR Ch 6, pp 140-166, 1997.

Capillary gel electrophoresis and antisense therapeutics: the analysis of DNA analogs
L.A. DeDionisio and D.H. Lloyd, CEBE Ch 12, pp 293-317, 1997.

Corrosion studies (solid state)
H. de Wit and T. Fransen, HSSE Ch 15, pp 555-586, 1997.

Chiral separation by HPCE with oligosaccharides: application to acidic compounds (electrophoresis)
A. D'Hulst and N. Verbeke, CEBE Ch 14, pp 355-382, 1997.

Theory and practice of capillary electrochromatography
M.M. Dittman and G.P. Rozing, HCE2 Ch 5, pp 139-153, 1997.

Amperometric techniques
C.T. Duda and C.S. Bruntlett, HTAC Ch 36, pp 691-708, 1997.

Electrochemical sensors (solid state)
P. Fabry and E. Siebert, HSSE Ch 10, pp 329-369, 1997.

Electrochemistry of iron-sulfur proteins (bioelectrochemistry)
B.A. Feinberg and M.D. Ryan, BPAP V 5, Ch 6, pp 325-359, 1997.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
M.G. Francesconi and P.R. Slater, ARCH V 93A, Ch 25, pp 489-517, 1997.

Internal cathodic protection of water tanks and boilers
G. Franke and U. Heinzelmann, HCC3 Ch 20, pp 441-463, 1997.

Application of HPCE-analysis to process monitoring in biotechnology (electrophoresis)
R. Freitag, CEBE Ch 6, pp 115-154, 1997.

The measurement of markers of oxidative damage, anti-oxidants and related compounds using HPLC and coulometric array analysis
P.H. Gamache, D.R. McCabe, H. Parvez, S. Parvez and I.N Acworth, CEAD pp 99-126, 1997.

Principles of electrochemistry (solid state).
H. Gerischer, HSSE Ch 2, pp 9-73, 1997.

Electrochemical applications of in situ scanning probe microscopy
A.A. Gewirth and B.K. Niece, CHRE V 97, pp 1129-1162, 1997.

Telephone cables (cathodic corrosion protection)
C. Gey, HCC3 Ch 13, pp 323-334, 1997.

Thiol/disulfide exchange and redox potentials of proteins (bioelectrochemistry)
H.F. Gilbert, BPAP V 5, Ch 5, pp 256-324, 1997.

Electrical properties of anhydrous iron oxides
G. Gleitzer, EPOM Ch 10, pp 355-417, 1997.

Polymer electrolyte fuel cells
S. Gottesfeld and T.A. Zawodzinski, AESE V 5, Ch 4, pp 195-301, 1997.

Internal electrochemical corrosion protection of processing equipment, vessels, and tubes (cathodic protection, anodic protection)
H. Grafen and F. Paulekat, HCC3 Ch 21, pp 464-488, 1997.

Electrochromism and electrochromic devices
C.G. Granqvist, HSSE Ch 16, pp 587-615, 1997.

Electropolymerized phthalocyanines and their applications
T.F. Guar, HOCA V 4, Ch 8, pp 461-486, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis separation of enantiomers by cyclodextrin array chiral analysis
A. Guttman, HCE2 Ch 3, pp 75-100, 1997.

Solid oxide fuel cells
A. Hammou and J. Guindet, HSSE Ch 12, pp 407-443, 1997.

Corrosion in aqueous solutions and soils
G. Heim and W. Schwenk, HCC3 Ch 4, pp 139-151, 1997.

Coatings for corrosion protection
G. Heim and W. Schwenk, HCC3 Ch 5, pp 153-178, 1997.

Basic concepts (analysis of nucleic acids by capillary electrophoresis)
C. Heller et al. ANCE Part I, pp 1-89, 1997.

Recent developments (analysis of nucleic acids by capillary electrophoresis)
C. Heller, ANCE Part IV, pp 295-308, 1997.

Electrochemistry of redox proteins (bioelectrochemistry)
H.A.O. Hill, C.B. Moore, and D.M.A. NabiRahni, BPAP V 5, Ch 3, pp 183-204, 1997.

Equilibrium electrical property measurements in electroceramics
B.-S. Hong, S.-J. Ford, and T.O. Mason, EPOM Ch 4, pp 163-185, 1997.

Storage tanks and tank farms (cathodic corrosion protection)
K. Horras and G. Rieger, HCC3 Ch 11, pp 290-308, 1997.

Potentiometric techniques
R.S. Hutchins and L.G. Bachas, HTAC Ch 38, pp 727-748, 1997.

Cathodic protection of reinforcing steel in concrete structures
B. Isecke, HCC3 Ch 19, pp 427-440, 1997.

In situ infrared spectroscopy at electrochemical interfaces
T. Iwasita and F.C. Nart, PRSS V 55, pp 271-340, 1997.

Electrochemical techniques in studies of solid ionic conductors
S.P. Jiang, J.G. Love, and S.P.S. Badwal, EPOM Ch 2, pp 81-132, 1997.

Solid state batteries
C. Julien, HSSE Ch 11, pp 371-406, 1997.

HPCE of catecholamines, bioactive molecules and other transmitters (electrophoresis)
T. Kaneta and S. Tanaka, CEBE Ch 11, pp 277-291, 1997.

Marcus theory in the qualitative and quantitative description of electrochemiluminescence phenomena
A. Kapturkiewicz, AESE V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-60, 1997.

Capillary zone electrophoresis and isotachophoresis of biologically active Peptides
V. Kasicka and Z. Prusik, CEBE Ch 8, pp 173-197, 1997.

Electrochemical carbon
L. Kavan, CHRE V 97, pp 3061-3082, 1997.

Materials and characterization of solid oxide fuel cells
T. Kawada and H. Yokokawa, EPOM Ch 5, pp 187-248, 1997.

Quantum mechanical treatments in electrode kinetic
S.U.M. Khan, MAEC V 31, Ch 2, pp 71-113, 1997.

Equipment systems (capillary electrophoresis)
K. Kitagishi, G.A. Ross, M. Saito, Y. Kurosu, and R. Grimm, HBCE Part 1, pp 1-146, 1997.

Infrared spectroscopy in electrochemistry: new methods and connections to UHV surface science
C. Korzeniewski, CRAC V 27, pp 81-102, 1997.

Voltametric techniques
S.P. Kounaves, HTAC Ch 37, pp 709-725, 1997.

Study of protein-drug binding by capillary zone electrophoresis: prospects and problems
J.C. Kraak, M.H.A. Busch, and H. Poppe, CEBE Ch 10, pp 255-275, 1997.

Survey of types of solid electrolytes
T. Kudo, HSSE Ch 6, pp 195-221, 1997.

Electrocatalytic properties of conductive polymers
C. Lamy, J.-M. Leger, and F. Garnier, HOCA V 3, Ch 10, pp 471-496, 1997.

Primary aqueous electrolyte cells
M. Lazarri and C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 3, pp 65-105, 1997.

Sodium and sodium alloys
C.H. Lemke and V.H. Markant, KOE4 V 22, pp 327-354, 1997.

Electrochemical aspects of ionic solids
B.Y. Liaw, EPOM Ch 3, pp 133-162, 1997.

HPCE monitoring of phosphorylated histone H1 variants (electrophoresis)
H. Lindner and W. Helliger, CEBE Ch 5, pp 97-113, 1997.

Reductive cyclizations at the cathode
R.D. Little and M.K. Schwaebe, ETCC V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-48, 1997.

Flow rate dependence of localized corrosion in thermal power plant materials
D.D. Macdonald and L.B. Kriksunov, AESE V 5, Ch 3, pp 125-193, 1997.

Defect-related properties of nuclear materials studied by electrical methods
T. Matsui, EPOM Ch 6, pp 249-281, 1997.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
J. R. Mazzeo, HCE2 Ch 2, pp 49-73, 1997.

Scanning electrochemical techniques for the study of localized metallic corrosion
H.N. McMurray and D.A. Worsley, RCHK V 4, Ch 5, pp 149-202, 1997.

Solid electrolyte electrochemical cells for catalyst sensing
I.S. Metcalfe, CSPR V 13, Ch 1, pp 1-36, 1997.

Transmission line models for modified electrodes
A.R. Mount, RCHK V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-29, 1997.

Intramolecular carbon-carbon bond forming reactions at the anode
K.D. Moeller, ETCC V 6, Ch 2, pp 49-86, 1997.

Electrical properties of grain boundaries in ceramic semiconductors
K. Mukae, EPOM Ch 8, pp 317-330, 1997.

Organic electroreductive coupling reactions using transition metal complexes as catalysts
J.-Y. Nedelec, J. Perichon, and M. Troupel, ETCC V 6, Ch 4, pp 141-173, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection: optical designs and applications
G. Nouadje, J. Amsellem, B. Couderc, P. Verdeguer, and F. Couderc, CEBE Ch 3, pp 49-72, 1997.

Electrochemically active polymers for rechargeable batteries
P. Novak, K. Muller, K.S.V. Santhanam, and O. Haas, CHRE V 97, pp 207-281, 1997.

Interface electrical phenomena in ionic solids
J. Nowotny, HSSE Ch 4, pp 121-159, 1997.

Introduction to capillary electrophoresis
R.P. Oda and J.P. Landers, HCE2 Ch 1, pp 1-47, 1997.

Pharmaceutical science applications (capillary electrophoresis)
T.J. O'Shea, P.G. Pietta, K.D. Altria, A. Aumatell, M.E. Swartz, J.R. Mazzeo, E.R. Grover, and Z.K. Shihabi, HBCE Part 3, pp 299-408, 1997.

Introduction (electroanalytical techniques)
J. Osteryoung, HTAC Ch 35, pp 685-690, 1997.

Artificial muscles, electrodissolution and redox processes in conducting polymers
T.F. Otero, HOCA V 4, Ch 10, pp 517-594, 1997.

Electrochemistry of π-conjugated polymers
S.-M. Park, HOCA V 3, Ch 9, pp 429-469, 1997.

Power cables (cathodic corrosion protection)
H.-U. Paul and W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 14, pp 335-346, 1997.

Interference effects of high-voltage transmission lines of pipelines (cathodic corrosion protection)
H.-U. Paul and H.G. Schoneich, HCC3 Ch 23, pp 505-534, 1997.

Applications (analysis of nucleic acids by capillary electrophoresis)
A. Paulus et al. ANCE Part III, pp 175-293, 1997.

Electrochemistry of oxide high-temperature superconductors
O.A. Petrii and G.A. Tsirlina, AESE V 5, Ch 2, pp 61-123, 1997.

Pipelines (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 10, pp 265-289, 1997.

Cathodic protection of well casings
W. Prinz and B. Leutner, HCC3 Ch 18, pp 415-426, 1997.

Electrochemistry of mixed ionic-electronic conductors
I. Reiss, HSSE Ch 7, pp 223-268, 1997.

Electrodics (solid state)
I. Reiss and J. Schoonman, HSSE Ch 8, pp 269-294, 1997.

Capillary isoelectric focusing (electrophoresis)
R. Rodriguez-Diaz, T. Wehr, M. Zhu, and V. Levi, HCE2 Ch 4, pp 101-138, 1997.

Preconcentration techniques in high performance capillary electrophoresis
P. Roland-Gosselin, P. Caudy, H. Parvez, and S. Parvez, CEBE Ch 2, pp 19-48, 1997.

Negative absorbance: application to the detection of inorganic anions and cations in high performance capillary electrophoresis
P. Roland-Gosselin, P. Caudy, H. Parvez, and S. Parvez, CEBE Ch 16, pp 445-471, 1997.

Applications of the impedance method in organic electrode kinetics
M. Rueda, RCHK V 4, Ch 2, pp 31-96, 1997.

Separation of enantiomers in capillary electrophoresis
T. Schmitt, CEBE Ch 15, pp 383-441, 1997.

Defect chemistry in solid sate electrochemistry
J. Schoonman, HSSE Ch 5, pp 161-194, 1997.

Fundamentals and concepts of corrosion and electrochemical corrosion protection
W. Schwenk, HCC3 Ch 2, pp 27-78, 1997.

Rechargeable lithium cells
B. Scrosati, MBA2 Ch 7, pp 198-242, 1997.

Miscellaneous cells (batteries)
B. Scrosati, MBA2 Ch 9, pp 275-310, 1997.

Metal/solution interface: an experimental approach
J. Sobkowski and M. Jurkiewicz-Herbich, MAEC V 31, Ch 1, pp 1-69, 1997.

HPLC with electrode array detection and its application in analytical food chemistry
G. Sontag, I. Bernwieser, and C. Krach, CEAD pp 75-98, 1997.

Ion chromatography
J. Statler, HTAC Ch 12, pp 199-220, 1997.

Ion-sensitive membrane electrodes in pharmaceutical analysis
R.-I. Stefan, G.E. Baiulescu, and H.Y. Aboul-Enien, CRAC V 27, pp 307-321, 1997.

Analysis of protein folding by capillary electrophoresis
M.A. Strege, C.N. Cole, and A.L. Lagu, CEBE Ch 4, pp 75-96, 1997.

High temperature cells (batteries)
J.L. Sudworth, MBA2 Ch 8, pp 243-274, 1997.

Anodic synthesis of heterocyclic compounds
I. Tabakovic, ETCC V 6, Ch 3, pp 87-139, 1997.

Manganese oxides for lithium batteries
M.M. Thackeray, PSSC V 25, pp 1-71, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry for the determination of bioactive proteins and peptides
K.B. Tomer, L.J. Deterding, and C.E. Parker, CEBE Ch 1, pp 3-18, 1997.

Analysis of drugs of abuse by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
V.C. Trennery and R.J. Wells, CEBE Ch 9, pp 201-254, 1997.

Electrochemical titration in study of nonstoichiometric compounds
Y.D. Tretyakov, A.F. Maiorova, and Y.M. Berezovskaya, EPOM Ch 7, pp 283-316, 1997.

Electrocatalysis and electrochemical reactors (solid state)
C.G. Vayenas, S.I. Bebelis, I.V. Yentekakis, and S.N. Neophytides, HSSE Ch 13, pp 445-480, 1997.

Isoform characterization, peptide mapping and amino acids analysis of monoclonal antibodies by high performance capillary electrophoresis
J.F. Veillon, C. Ramon, and N. Bihoreau, CEBE Ch 7, pp 155-172, 1997.

Introduction (to modern batteries)
C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1997.

Theoretical background (to modern batteries)
C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 2, pp 18-64, 1997.

Primary lithium cells
C.A. Vincent, MBA2 Ch 4, pp 106-141, 1997.

The history of corrosion protection
W. von Baeckmann, HCC3 Ch 1, pp 1-26, 1997.

Impressed current equipment and transformer-rectifiers (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and H. Kamperman, HCC3 Ch 8, pp 225-242, 1997.

Impressed current ground beds and interference problems (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 9, pp 243-264, 1997.

Local cathodic protection
W. von Baeckmann and W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 12, pp 309-322, 1997.

Stray current interference and stray current protection (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 15, pp 347-366, 1997.

Safety and economics (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and W. Prinz, HCC3 Ch 22, pp 489-504, 1997.

Marine structures and offshore pipelines (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and B. Richter, HCC3 Ch 16, pp 367-390, 1997.

Fundamentals and practice of electrical measurements
W. von Baeckmann and W. Schenk, HCC3 Ch 3, pp 79-138, 1997.

Distribution of current and potential in a stationary electric field (cathodic corrosion protection)
W. von Baeckmann and W. Schenk, HCC3 Ch 24, pp 535-560, 1997.

Nonequilibrium thermodynamics applied to energy conversion in biological systems
D. Walz, BPAP V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-56, 1997.

Bioscience applications (capillary electrophoresis)
P.L. Weber, Z.K. Shihabi, H.-M. Wenz, J.E. Wiktorowicz, K. Kitagishi, L.A. Colon, and H. Shintani, HBCE Part 4, pp 409-505, 1997.

Capillary electrophoresis of proteins
T. Wehr, R. Rodriguez-Diaz, and C.-M. Liu, ACHR V 37, Ch 6, pp 237-361, 1997.

Principles of main experimental methods (solid state electrochemistry)
W. Weppner, HSSE Ch 9, pp 295-327, 1997.

Chiral micelle polymers for chiral separations in capillary electrophoresis
C.C. Williams, S.A. Shamsi, and I.M. Warner, ACHR V 37, Ch 7, pp 363-423, 1997.

Experiments to determine the cross effect between ionic flow and electronic flow in an oxide A(1-δ)O with prevailing electronic conduction
H.-I. Yoo, EPOM Ch 9, pp 331-353, 1997.

Spectroelectrochemistry and spectroscopy of conducting polymers
M. Zagorska, A. Pron, and S. Lefrant, HOCA V 3, Ch 4, pp 183-218, 1997.

Electrochemical synthesis of polyheterocycles and their applications
G. Zotti, HOCA V 2, Ch 4, pp 137-170, 1997.


1998

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Recent advances in the kinetics of oxygen reduction
R. Adzic, FECH V 4, Ch 5, pp 197-242, 1998.

New trends in bioelectrochemistry
M. Aizawa, NCOE Ch 4.4, pp 339-356, 1998.

Electrochemical surface processing of semiconductors at the atomic level
P. Allongue and C.H. de Villeneuve, ECNT Ch 19, pp 241-252, 1998.

Surface structure and electrochemistry: new insight by scanning tunneling microscopy
G. Aloisi, L.M. Cavallini, and R. Guidelli, ECNT Ch 8, pp 101-112, 1998.

Method validation in capillary electrophoresis
K.D. Altria, HPCE Ch 16, pp 557-579, 1998.

The analysis of pharmaceuticals by capillary electrophoresis
K.D. Altria, HPCE Ch 25, pp 853-877, 1998.

Local probing of electrochemical processes at non-ideal electrodes
E. Ammann, P.I. Oden, and H. Siegenthaler, ECNT Ch 1, pp 1-12, 1998.

Imaging of electrochemical processes and biological macromolecular adsorbates by in-situ scanning tunneling microscopy
J.E.T. Andersen, J. Ulstrup, and P. Moller, ECNT Ch 3, pp 27-44, 1998.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application (electroanalytical chemistry)
J.L. Anderson, L.A. Coury, and J. Leddy, ACAR V 70, pp 519R-589R, 1998.

Strategies for electromigration separations of biological macromolecules
H. Arakawa, M. Maeda, and T. Hanai, ACEM Ch 2, pp 53-93, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis
S.C. Beale, ACAR V 70, pp 279R-300R, 1998.

Appraisal of corrosion-damaged structures (steel in concrete)
S. Beamish and S. El-Belbol, CPSC Ch 2, pp 18-36, 1998.

Electrochemical recognition of charged and neutral guest species by redox- active receptor molecules (organic electrochemistry)
P.D. Beer, P.A. Gale, and Z. Chen, APOC V 31, Ch 1, pp 1-90, 1998.

In-situ stress measurements at the solid/liquid interface using a micromechanical sensor
T.A. Brunt, E.D. Chabala, T. Rayment, S.J. O'Shea, and M.E. Welland, ECNT Ch 7, pp 87-99, 1998.

Electrochemical detection in high-performance capillary electrophoresis
B.R. Bryant, F.D. Swanek, and A.G. Ewing, HPCE Ch 10, pp 355-374, 1998.

Capillary electrophoretic separation of DNA fragments
J.M. Butler and D.J. Reeder, NAEP Ch 7, pp 170-192, 1998.

History and development of capillary electrophoresis
P. Camilleri, CAP2 Ch 1, pp 1-22, 1998.

Electrocatalytic hydrogenation of organic compounds
J.M. Chapuzet, A. Lasia, and J. Lessard, FECH V 4, Ch 4, pp 155-196, 1998.

Corrosion in reinforced concrete structures
P.Chess, CPSC Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1998.

Design of cathodic protection systems (for steel in concrete)
P. Chess, CPSC Ch 3, pp 37-58, 1998.

Power supplies (for cathodic protection systems of steel in concrete)
P. Chess, CPSC Ch 5, pp 92-110, 1998.

Sample introduction and stacking (capillary electrophoresis)
R.-L. Chien, HPCE Ch 13, pp 449-479, 1998.

Hydrogen adsorption at metal surfaces
K. Christmann, FECH V 4, Ch 1, pp 1-41, 1998.

Electrochemistry in neuronal microenvironments
R.A. Clark, S.E. Zerby, and A.G. Ewing, EACH V 20, Ch 4, pp 227-294, 1998.

Pulsed field gel electrophoresis for genomic fingerprinting of pathogenic bacteria
M.B. Coulthart, W.M. Johnsosn, and F.A. Ashton, NAEP Ch 4, pp 129-151, 1998.

Capillary electrophoretic detectors based on light
L. Cruz, S.A. Shippy and H.V. Sweedler, HPCE Ch 9, pp 303-354, 1998.

Impressed current cathodic protection systems for reinforced concrete
K. Davies, CPSC Ch 4, pp 59-91, 1998.

Brand broadening in micellar electrokinetic chromatography
J.M. Davis, HPCE Ch 4, pp 141-184, 1998.

Instrumental design and prospects for NMR-electrochemistry
J.B. Day, J. Wu, E. Oldfield, and A. Wieckowski, ECNT Ch 23, pp 291-301, 1998.

Electrochemistry of conducting polymers
K. Doblehofer and K. Rajeshwar, HCP2 Ch 20, pp 531-588, 1998.

Analysis of carbohydrates (capillary electrophoresis)
Z. El Rassi and Y.S. Mechref, CAP2 Ch 7, pp 273-362, 1998.

Avoidance of potential side effects (cathodic protection systems of steel in concrete)
D. Eyre, CPSC Ch 9, pp 169-175, 1998.

Double layer effects in electrode kinetics of electron and ion transfer reactions
W.R. Fawcett, FECH V 4, Ch 8, pp 323-371, 1998.

The electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) for detection and analysis of protein-DNA interactions
M.G. Fried and M.M. Garner, NAEP Ch 10, pp 239-271, 1998.

Determination of inorganic anions and metal cations (capillary electrophoresis)
J.S. Fritz, CAP2 Ch 6, pp 249-272, 1998.

The growth and the surface properties of polypyrrole on single crystal graphite electrodes as studied by in-situ electrochemical scanning probe microscopy
C. Froeck, A. Bartl, and L. Dunsch, ECNT Ch 12, pp 149-157, 1998.

Electro-osmosis and streaming potential measurements
K. Furusawa, H. Sasaki, and T. Nashima, EPI2 Ch 9, pp 225-243, 1998.

Electrical double layer on a latex surface and protein adsorption
K. Furusawa and T. Arai, EPI2 Ch 23, pp 441-466, 1998.

Affinity capillary electrophoresis: using capillary electrophoresis to study the interactions of proteins with ligands
J. Gao, M. Mrksich, M. Mammen, and G.M. Whitesides, HPCE Ch 29, pp 947-972, 1998.

STM and AFM studies of the electrified solid/liquid interface: monolayers, multilayers, and organic transformations
A.A. Gewirth and B.K. Niece, ECNT Ch 9, pp 113-124, 1998.

General concepts (lithium-ion batteries)
J.B. Goodenough, LIIB Ch 1, pp 1-25, 1998.

Optimization of electrical and redox properties of conducting polymers
H. Grande, T.F. Otero, and J. Rodriguez, EOPS pp 17-46, 1998.

Chemical and biological sensors based on electrically conducting polymers
A. Guiseppi-Elie, G.G. Wallaca, and T. Matsue, HCP2 Ch 34, pp 963-991, 1998.

Separation of DNA (capillary electrophoresis)
A. Guttman and H.E. Schwartz,, CAP2 Ch 9, pp 397-439, 1998.

Separation of DNA by capillary electrophoresis
A. Guttman and K.J. Ulfelder, ACHR V 38, Ch 7, pp 301-340, 1998.

On-line immunoaffinity capillary electrophoresis for the determination of analytes derived from biological fluids
N.A. Guzman, A.J. Tomlinson, and S. Naylor, HPCE Ch 26, pp 879-897, 1998.

Electrophoresis in the field of forensic science
H. Haas-Rochholz, NAEP Ch 9, pp 202-238, 1998.

Surface plasmon resonance measurements of ultrathin organic films at electrode surfaces
D.G. Hanken, C.E. Jordan, B.L. Frey, and R.M. Corn, EACH V 20, Ch 3, pp 141-225, 1998.

Electrophoretically mediated microanalysis
B.J Harmon and F.E. Regnier, HPCE Ch 28, pp 925-943, 1998.

Electroorganic synthesis mediated by metalloenzyme models
Y. Hisaeda, NCOE Ch 4.2, pp 307-321, 1998.

Two-dimensional separations in high-performance capillary electrophoresis
T.F. Hooker, D.J. Jeffrey, and J.W. Jorgenson, HPCE Ch 17, pp 581-612, 1998.

Current developments and related techniques (cathodic protection systems of steel in concrete)
D. Hudson, CPSC Ch 8, pp 153-168, 1998.

Scanning probe microscopy studies of molecular redox films
J.E. Hudson and H.D. Abruna, ECNT Ch 10, pp 125-136, 1998.

Electrochemical control of biomolecular redox catalysis (organic electrochemistry)
T. Ikeda, NCOE Ch 1.4, pp 73-97, 1998.

Electrostatic and electrokinetic properties of micelles
T. Imae, EPI2 Ch 28, pp 535-552, 1998.

Development of the carbon anode in lithium ion batteries
N. Imanishi, Y. Takeda, and O. Yamamoto, LIIB Ch 5, pp 98-126, 1998.

In situ scanning tunneling microscopy in electrolyte solutions
K. Itaya, PRSS V 58, pp 121-248, 1998.

New aspects of iodine-modified single crystal electrodes
K. Itaya, ECNT Ch 11, pp 137-148, 1998.

Electron transfer in plant photosystem I photosynthetic reaction center containing artificial molecules (organic electrochemistry)
S. Itoh and M. Iwaki, NCOE Ch 3.5, pp 265-277, 1998.

Microfabricated chemical separation devices (capillary electrophoresis)
S.C. Jacobson and J.M. Ramsey, HPCE Ch 18, pp 613-633, 1998.

Fundamental aspects of vacuum and electrocatalytic reactions of methanol and formic acid on platinum surfaces
T.D. Jarvi and E.M. Stuve, FECH V 4, Ch 3, pp 75-153, 1998.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
R.A. Jennings, ARCH V 94A, Ch 25, pp 479-498, 1998.

Hydrogen sorption at/in electrodes
G. Jerkiewicz, PRSS V 57, pp 137-186, 1998.

The analysis of microsatellites by silver staining of nondenaturing polyacrylamide gels (electrophoresis)
S.S. Joseph, NAEP Ch 6, pp 162-169, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis: overview and perspective
B.L.Karger, HPCE Ch 1, pp 3-24, 1998.

Chemical and electrochemical etching of semiconductors
J.J. Kelly and D. Vanmaekelbergh, SCMM V 1, Ch 2, pp 35-91, 1998.

Capillary electrochromatography
K.A. Kelly and M.G. Khaledi, HPCE Ch 8, pp 277-299, 1998.

Theory of capillary zone electrophoresis
E. Kenndler, HPCECh 2, pp 25-76, 1998.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
M.G. Khaledi, HPCE Ch 3, pp 77-140, 1998.

Applications of micellar electrokinetic chromatography in quantitative structure-activity relationship studies: estimation of log Pow and bioactivity
M.G. Khaledi, HPCE Ch 31, pp 999-1014, 1998.

Nonaqueous systems (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
A. Kitahara, EPI2 Ch 7, pp 135-150, 1998.

Paints and pigments (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
T. Kobayashi, EPI2 Ch 20, pp 405-414, 1998.

SPM investigation on oxide-covered titanium surfaces: problems and possibilities
C. Kobusch and J.W. Schultze, ECNT Ch 18, pp 225-239, 1998.

All solid-state lithium secondary battery with highly ion conductive glassy electrolyte (lithium-ion batteries)
S. Kondo, LIIB Ch 9, pp 199-217, 1998.

Biological cells and model systems (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
T. Kondo, EPI2 Ch 30, pp 569-581, 1998.

A unified model for electron and ion transfer reactions on metal electrodes
M.T.M. Koper and W. Schmickler, FECH V 4, Ch 7, pp 291-322, 1998.

Beyond the landscape: imaging the invisible
A.A. Kornyshev and M. Sumetskii, ECNT Ch 4, pp 45-55, 1998.

Denaturing electrophoresis in DNA sequencing: a brief history and current protocols
A. Kraev, NAEP Ch 2, pp 54-98, 1998.

Capillary isotachophoresis
L. Krivankova and P. Bocek, HPCE Ch 7, pp 251-275, 1998.

Separation of small organic molecules (capillary electrophoresis)
W.G. Kuhr, CAP2 Ch 3, pp 91-133, 1998.

Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of DNA/protein complexes
A. Kyas, W. Mauler, and J.T. Epplen, NAEP Ch 12, pp 292-310, 1998.

High-performance liquid chromatography-pulsed electrochemical detection for the analysis of antibiotics
W.L. LaCourse and C.O. Dasenbrock, ACHR V 38, Ch 5, pp 189-232, 1998.

Economic aspects (cathodic protection systems of steel in concrete)
P. Lambert, CPSC Ch 10, pp 176-184, 1998.

Surface conditioning of silicon by photoelectrochemical etchingr
C. Levy-Clement, SCMM V 1, Ch 5, pp 177-216, 1998.

Electrochemical conditioning of silicon: surface analyses and electronic implications
H.J. Lewerenz and H. Jungblut, SCMM V 1, Ch 6, pp 217-275, 1998.

Analysis in highly concentrated solutions: potentiometric, conductance, evanescent, densometric, and spectroscopic methodologies
S. Licht, EACH V 20, Ch 2, pp 87-139, 1998.

Microanalysis using on-line microreactors-capillary electrophoresis systems
L. Licklider and W.G. Kuhr, HPCE Ch 27, pp 899-924, 1998.

Corrosion inhibition of metals by conductive polymers
W.-K. Lu, S. Basak, and R.L. Elsenbaumer, HCP2 Ch 31, pp 881-920, 1998.

Nucleation and growth at metal electrode surfaces
O.M. Magnussen, F. Moller, M.R. Vogt, and R.J. Behm, ECNT Ch 13, pp 159-169, 1998.

Electrokinetic phenomena on biological surfaces
K. Makino, EPI2 Ch 31, pp 583-593, 1998.

STM studies of thin anodic oxide layer
P. Marcus and V. Maurice, ECNT Ch 15, pp 185-197, 1998.

C60-based electroactive organofullerenes
N. Martin, L. Sanchez, B. Illescas, and I. Perez, CHRE V 98, pp 2527-2547, 1998.

Surface potential measurements of monolayers
H. Matsumara and K. Furusawa, EPI2 Ch 11, pp 253-264, 1998.

Surface conductivity
H. Matsumara, EPI2 Ch 14, pp 305-321, 1998.

Phospholipid membranes (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
H. Matsumura and K. Furusawa, EPI2 Ch 27, pp 519-533, 1998.

Electrocapillarity and double layer structure
M. Matsumoto, EPI2 Ch 4, pp 87-99, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis of inorganic ions
J.R. Mazzeo, HPCE Ch 24, pp 825-852, 1998.

Conductive polymer/high temperature superconductor assemblies and devices
J.T. McDevitt, M.B. Clevenger, and S.G. Haupt, HCP2 Ch 37, pp 1029-1058, 1998.

Peptide analysis by capillary electrophoresis: methods development and optimization, sensitivity enhancement strategies, and applications
G.M. McLaughlin, K.W. Anderson, and D.K. Hauffe, HPCE Ch 19, pp 637-681, 1998.

Anodic oxidation of silicon as a low-temperature passivation technique
G. Mende, SCMM V 2, Ch 8, pp 263-312, 1998.

Ultrasensitive silver based stains for nucleic acid detection (electrophoresis)
C.R. Merril, K.M. Washart, and R.C. Allen, NAEP Ch 5, pp 152-161, 1998.

Nonaqueous capillary electrophoresis
J.L. Miller and M.G. Khaledi, HPCE Ch 15, pp 525-555, 1998.

STM studies of electrodeposition of strained-layer metallic superlattices
T.P. Moffat, ECNT Ch 14, pp 171-184, 1998.

Electrochemical reaction control by magnetic fields (organic electrochemistry)
I. Mogi, NCOE Ch 1.2, pp 39-54, 1998.

Organic electrolytes for rechargeable lithium ion batteries
M. Morita, M. Ishikawa, and Y. Matsuda, LIIB Ch 7, pp 156-180, 1998.

Electrochemical and photochemical properties of semiconductors
S.R. Morrison, SCMM V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-33, 1998.

Monitoring cathodic protection of steel in concrete
C. Naish, CPSC Ch 6, pp 111-131, 1998.

Design of metalloenzyme models for specific molecular conversions (organic electrochemistry)
Y. Naruta, NCOE Ch 4.3, pp 323-337, 1998.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
K.R. Nielsen and J.P. Foley, CAP2 Ch 4, pp 135-182, 1998.

Electron transfer in transition metal-pteridine systems
S.J. Nieter Burgmayer, STAB V 92, pp 67-119, 1998.

Performance of the first lithium ion battery and its process technology (organic electrochemistry)
LIIB Ch 8, pp 181-198, 1998.

New concepts and methodologies for electrode interface modification
T. Nonaka, NCOE Ch 1.1, pp 1-38, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis of carbohydrates
M.V. Novotny, HPCE Ch 21, pp 729-765, 1998.

Synthetic application of active organophosphorus species generated by paired electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
H. Ohmori and H. Maeda, NCOE Ch 2.2, pp 143-153, 1998.

Electrical double layer
H. Ohshima, EPI2 Ch 1, pp 1-18, 1998.

Interfacial electrokinetic phenomena
H. Ohshima, EPI2 Ch 2, pp 19-55, 1998.

Interaction of electrical double layers
H. Ohshima, EPI2 Ch 3, pp 57-85, 1998.

Reaction selectivity control in electron transfer processes on photoirradiated semiconductor surfaces (organic electrochemistry)
B. Ohtani, NCOE Ch 1.3, pp 55-71, 1998.

Electrophoresis
K. Oka and K. Furusawa, EPI2 Ch 8, pp 151-223, 1998.

Separation of enantiomers (capillary electrophoresis)
G.N. Okafo, CAP2 Ch 5, pp 183-247, 1998.

Construction of electron-transfer field using aligned DNA-lipid cast film (organic electrochemistry)
Y. Okahata, NCOE Ch 3.4, pp 253-264, 1998.

Construction of new mediator systems (organic electrochemistry)
T. Osa, NCOE Ch 3.1, pp 183-219, 1998.

Electrochemomechanical devices: artificial muscles based on conducting polymers
T.F. Otero and H.-J. Grande, HCP2 Ch 36, pp 1015-1028, 1998.

Sedimentation potential and flotation potential
M. Ozaki and H. Sasaki, EPI2 Ch 10, pp 245-252, 1998.

New reinforced concrete: upgrading and maintaining durability by cathodic protection
R. Palmer, CPSC Ch 7, pp 132-152, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis in biomedical and pharmaceutical research
D. Perrett, CAP2 Ch 10, pp 441-485, 1998.

Photoetching of III-V semiconductors: basic photoelectrochemical principles
W. Plieth and S. Wetzenstein, SCMM V 1, Ch 3, pp 93-137, 1998.

Theory of capillary zone electrophoresis
H. Poppe, ACHR V 38, Ch 6, pp 233-300, 1998.

Indirect detection in capillary electrophoresis
H. Poppe and X. Xu, HPCE Ch 11, pp 375-403, 1998.

Growth morphology and molecular orientation of additives in electrocrystallization studied by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
B. Reents and W. Plieth, ECNT Ch 22, pp 277-289, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis of proteins
F.E. Regnier and S. Lin, HPCE Ch 20, pp 683-727, 1998.

Determination of physicochemical parameters by capillary electrophoresis
P.G. Righetti, HPCE Ch 30, pp 973-998, 1998.

The formation of porous silicon
D.J. Riley, SCMM V 1, Ch 7, pp 277-308, 1998.

The science of electrocatalysis on bimetallic surfaces
P.N. Ross, FECH V 4, Ch 2, pp 43-74, 1998.

Electrochemical properties of polyoxometalates as electrocatalysts
M. Sadakane and E. Steckhan, CHRE V 98, pp 219-237, 1998.

Rapid detection of Hepatitis C virus in plasma and liver biopsies by capillary electrophoresis
S.A. Sakallah, R.W. Lanning, and D.L. Cooper, NAEP Ch 8, pp 193-201, 1998.

Flotation (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
H. Sasaki, EPI2 Ch 18, pp 375-387, 1998.

Roughness kinetics and mechanism derived from the analysis of AFM and STM imaging data
R.C. Salvarezza and A.J. Arvia, ECNT Ch 5, pp 57-71, 1998.

Voltammetry of solid microparticles immobilized on electrode surfaces
F. Scholz and B. Meyer, EACH V 20, Ch 1, pp 1-86, 1998.

Coated capillaries in high-performance capillary electrophoresis
G. Schomburg, HPCE Ch 14, pp 481-523, 1998.

Local probing of electrochemical interfaces in corrosion research
A. Schreyer, T. Suter, L. Eng, and H. Bohni, ECNT Ch 16, pp 199-213, 1998.

Separation of peptides and proteins (capillary electrophoresis)
H.E. Schwartz, A. Guttman, and A. Vinther, CAP2 Ch 8, pp 363-396, 1998.

Lithium ion plastic batteries
B. Scrosati, LIIB Ch 10, pp 218-244, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis
P. Shieh, N. Cooke, and A. Guttman, HPCE Ch 5, pp 185-221, 1998.

An introduction to DNA fingerprinting using RFLP and RAPD techniques (electrophoresis)
R.J. Snowdon and A. Langsdorf, NAEP Ch 3, pp 99-128, 1998.

In-situ STM and electrochemical UHV technique: complementary, noncompeting techniques
M.P. Soriaga, K. Itaya, and J.L. Stickney, ECNT Ch 21, pp 267-276, 1998.

Electrochemistry and nanotechnology
G. Staikov and W.J. Lorenz, ECNT Ch 2, pp 13-25, 1998.

DNA gel electrophoresis
N.C. Stelwagen, NAEP Ch 1, pp 1-53, 1998.

Electrodes with a defined mesoscopic structure
U. Stimming and R. Vogel, ECNT Ch 6, pp 73-86, 1998.

Morphology and nucleation of Ni-TiO2 LIGA layers
M. Strobel, U. Schmidt, K. Bade, and J. Halbritter, ECNT Ch 17, pp 215-224, 1998.

Coal-water mixture (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
H. Sugawara and N. Tobori, EPI2 Ch 25, pp 485-502, 1998.

Studying electrocatalytic oxidation of small organic molecules with in-situ infrared spectroscopy
S.-G. Sun, FECH V 4, Ch 6, pp 243-290, 1998.

Bioelectrochemical conversion of molecules by enzyme-mediator systems
I. Taniguchi, NCOE Ch 3.3, pp 237-252, 1998.

Capillary electrophoresis
T. Tagaki, EPI2 Ch 12, pp 265-271, 1998.

Detergency (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
M. Tagawa and K. Gotoh, EPI2 Ch 17, pp 359-373, 1998.

Dynamic electrophoresis
S.-I. Takeda, N. Tobori, H. Sugawara, and K. Furusawa, EPI2 Ch 13, pp 273-303, 1998.

Paper (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
H. Tanaka, EPI2 Ch 19, pp 389-404, 1998.

Evaluation of surface characteristics of powder by potentiometric titration
I. Tari, EPI2 Ch 15, pp 323-333, 1998.

Influence of photoelectrochemical etching on electronic properties of semiconductor surfaces
R. Tenne, SCMM V 1, Ch 4, pp 139-175, 1998.

General instrumentation and detection systems including mass spectrometric interfaces (capillary electrophoresis)
P. Thibault and N.J. Dovichi, CAP2 Ch 2, pp 23-89, 1998.

High-performance capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry
K.B. Tomer, L.J. Deterding, and C.E. Parker, HPCE Ch 12, pp 405-446, 1998.

Specific control of electrogenerated reactive species and their synthetic applications (organic electrochemistry)
S. Torii, NCOE Ch 2.1, pp 113-142, 1998.

Novel electroorganic synthesis using mediators
K. Uneyama, NCOE Ch 3.2, pp 221-235, 1998.

The control of electron transfer direction at the electrodes modified with self-assembled monolayers (organic electrochemistry)
K. Uosaki, NCOE Ch 1.5, pp 99-111, 1998.

In-situ electrochemical AFM study of semiconductor electrodes in electrolyte solutions
K. Uosaki and M. Koinuma, ECNT Ch 20, pp 252-265, 1998.

dlvo (Derjaguin-Landau-Verwey-Overbeek) theory of colloid stability
S. Usui, EPI2 Ch 5, pp 101-118, 1998.

Development of controlled electron transfer on organometallic compounds
K. Utimoto, NCOE Ch 4.1, pp 279-306, 1998.

Coupling continuous sample treatment systems to capillary electrophoresis
M. Valcarcel, A. Rios, and L. Arce, CRAC V 28, pp 63-81, 1998.

Cathode active materials with a three-dimensional spinel framework (lithium-ion batteries)
M. Wakihara, G. Li, and H. Ikuta, LIIB Ch 2, pp 26-48, 1998.

Chiral separations by capillary electrophoresis
F. Wang and M.G. Khaledi, HPCE Ch 23, pp 791-824, 1998.

Detection of DNA curvature using transverse pore gradient polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
D. Wheeler, NAEP Ch 13, pp 311-324, 1998.

The relationship between structure and cell properties of the cathode for lithium batteries (lithium-ion batteries)
S. Whittingham, LIIB Ch 3, pp 49-66, 1998.

Capillary isoelectric focusing
J.E. Wiktorowicz, HPCE Ch 6, pp 223-249, 1998.

Electrochemical intercalation of lithium into carbonaceous materials (lithium-ion batteries)
M. Winter and J.O. Besenhard, LIIB Ch 6, pp 127-155, 1998.

Mobility shift analysis of protein-DNA complexes by capillary electrophoresis
J. Xian and M.G. Harrington, NAEP Ch 11, pp 272-291, 1998.

Cosmetics (electrical phenomena at interfaces)
M. Yamaguchi, EPI2 Ch 21, pp 415-427, 1998.

Design of the lithium anode and electrolytes in lithium secondary batteries with a long cycle life (lithium-ion batteries)
J.-I. Yamaki, LIIB Ch 4, pp 67-97, 1998.

Electrochemically assisted synthesis of bioactive natural products (organic electrochemistry)
S. Yamamura, NCOE Ch 2.4, pp 167-181, 1998.

DNA sequencing by multiplexed capillary electrophoresis
E.S. Yeung and Q. Li, HPCE Ch 22, pp 767-789, 1998.

Novel trends of electrooxidation chemistry on silicon and tin compounds (organic electrochemistry)
J-i. Yoshida, NCOE Ch 2.3, pp 155-166, 1998.


1999

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Structural chemistry of manganese dioxide and related compounds (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
J.H. Albering, HBM1 Ch II/1, pp 85-112, 1999.

Principles of electrical stimulation (clinical electrotherapy)
G. Alon, CLE3 Ch 3, pp 55-139, 1999.

Quantum chemical modeling of electrocatalytic reactions, including potential dependence: beginning stages
A.B. Anderson, IFEC Ch 6, pp 83-96, 1999.

Nonequilibrium fluctuations in the corrosion process
R. Aogaki, MAEC V 33, Ch 2, pp 217-305, 1999.

Photoelectrochemisrtry of nanostructured semiconductors: the case of anatase TiO2
J. Augustynski, IFEC Ch 39, pp 707-720, 1999.

Nonaqueous electrochemistry: an overview
D. Aurbach and I. Weissman, NAEC Ch 1, pp 1-52, 1999.

The electrochemical window of nonaqueous electrolyte solutions
D. Aurbach and Y. Gofer, NAEC Ch 4, pp 137-212, 1999.

Experimental considerations regarding the use and study of nonaqueous electrochemical systems
D. Aurbach and A. Zaban, NAEC Ch 3, pp 81-135, 1999.

The electrochemical behavior of active metal electrodes in nonaqueous solutions
D. Aurbach, NAEC Ch 6, pp 289-409, 1999.

Electrical stimulation to increase functional activity (clinical electrotherapy)
L.L. Baker, CLE3 Ch 8, pp 355-410, 1999.

Differential electrochemical mass spectrometry as a tool for interfacial studies
H. Baltruschat, IFEC Ch 33, pp 577-597, 1999.

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for pain management
J.0. Barr, CLE3 Ch 7, pp 291-354, 1999.

The application of approximate analytical models in the development of modified electrodes for NADH oxidation
P.N. Bartlett and E.N.K. Wallace, CCHK V 37, Ch 2, pp 35-89, 1999.

Liquid nonaqueous electrolyte (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
J. Barthel and H.J. Gores, HBM1 Ch III/7, pp 457-497, 1999.

Improvements in fluorine generation
G.L. Bauer and W.V. Childs, MAEC V 33, Ch 5, pp 523-547, 1999.

Electroosmotic transport through ion-exchange membranes
C.R. Bauza and V.M. Barragan-Garcia, SCEM Ch 15, pp 511-541, 1999.

Structure of water at the water-metal interface: molecular dynamics computer simulation
M.L. Berkowitz, I.-C. Yeh, and E. Spohr, IFEC Ch 3, pp 33-45, 1999.

Surface science studies of organic monolayer corrosion inhibitors
S.L. Bernasek, IFEC Ch 30, pp 527-539, 1999.

Lead oxides (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
D. Berndt, HBM1 Ch II/4, pp 153-175, 1999.

Metallic negatives (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
L.O. Binder, HBM1 Ch II/6, pp 195-208, 1999.

Solid electrolytes (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
P. Birke and W. Weppner, HBM1 Ch III/9, pp 525-552, 1999.

Amphiphilic and ionic surfactants at electrified interfaces
D. Bizotto, V. Zamlynny, I. Burgess, C.A. Jeffrey, H.-Q. Li, J. Rubinstein, R.A. Merril, J. Lipkowski, Z. Galus, A. Nelson, and B. Pettinger, IFEC Ch 23, pp 405-426, 1999.

Physical and chemical properties of nonaqueous electrolyte solutions
G.E. Blomgren, NAEC Ch 2, pp 53-79, 1999.

Theory of the metal-electrolyte interface
L. Blum, M.D. Legault, and D.A. Huckaby, IFEC Ch 2, pp 19-31, 1999.

Materials for high temperature batteries (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
H. Bohm, HBM1 Ch III/11, pp 565-591, 1999.

Separators (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
W. Bohnstedt, HBM1 Ch II/9, pp 245-292, 1999.

Kinetic modeling of electron transfer processes in colloidal semiconductor photocatalysis
C. Boxall, CCHK V 37, Ch 9, pp 281-368, 1999.

Electrochemistry of DNA
A.M.O. Brett, S.H.P. Serrano, and A.J.P. Piedade, CCHK V 37, Ch 3, pp 91-119, 1999.

Electrode reactions in microvolumes
C.M.A. Brett, CCHK V 37, Ch 16, pp 573-591, 1999.

Monte Carlo methods for equilibrium and nonequilibrium problems in interfacial electrochemistry
G. Brown, P.A. Rikvold, S.J. Mitchell, and M.A. Novotny, IFEC Ch 4, pp 47-61, 1999.

Visualizing ion and solvent transfer processes in electroactive polymer films
S. Bruckenstein, A.R. Hillman, and H.L. Bandey, CCHK V 37, Ch 13, pp 489-521, 1999.

Ordered organic adlayers at electrode surfaces
C. Buess-Herman, S. Bare, M. Poelman, and M. Vankrieken, IFEC Ch 24, pp 427-447, 1999.

Electrical stimulation for tissue repair: basic information
N.N. Byl, CLE3 Ch 5, pp 183-227, 1999.

Kinetic applications of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
E.J. Calvo and R.A. Etechenique, CCHK V 37, Ch 12, pp 461-487, 1999.

Methanol oxidation catalysis on well-defined platinum/ruthenium electrodes: ultrahigh vacuum surface science and electrochemistry approach
W. Chzranowski and A. Wieckowski, IFEC Ch 51, pp 937-954, 1999.

Flame-annealing and cleaning technique
J. Clavilier, IFEC Ch 14, pp 231-248, 1999.

Electrochemistry, spectroscopy, and scanning tunneling microscopy images of small single-crystal electrodes
V. Climent, R. Gomez, J.M. Orts, A. Rodes, A. Aldaz, and J.M. Feliu, IFEC Ch 26, pp 463-475, 1999.

Electrochemical processes involving H (hydrogen) adsorbed at metal electrode surfaces
B.E. Conway, IFEC Ch 9, pp 131-150, 1999.

The characterization of membranes and membrane surfaces using impedance spectroscopy
H.G.L. Coster and T.C. Chilcott, SCEM Ch 19, pp 649-792, 1999.

Electrophoresis of cerebrospinal fluid
G. Cowdrey, M. Firth, and G. Firth, CACE Ch 4, pp 29-37, 1999.

Review of physiology (clinical electrotherapy)
S. Dacko, CLE3 Ch 1, pp 3-13, 1999.

Reconstruction of gold surfaces
A.S. Dakkouri and D.M. Kolb, IFEC Ch 10, pp 151-173, 1999.

Nonaqueous batteries
L.A. Dominey, NAEC Ch 8, pp 437-459, 1999.

Spectroelectrochemistry of monolayer and submonolayer films using an electroactive integrated optical waveguide
D. Dunphy, S. Mendes, S.S. Saavedra, and N.R. Armstrong, IFEC Ch 29, pp 513-525, 1999.

Plasma engineering
D.J. Economou, AESE V 6, Ch 4, pp 237-340, 1999.

Perspectives in modern voltammetry: basic concepts and mechanistic analysis (organic electrochemistry)
J.C. Eklund, A.M. Bond, J.A. Alden, and R.G. Compton, APOC V 32, Ch 1, pp 1-120, 1999.

Bromine-storage materials (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
C. Fabjan and J. Drobits, HBM1 Ch II/5, pp 177-194, 1999.

The effect of magnetic fields on electrochemical processes
T.Z. Fahidy, MAEC V 32, Ch 5, pp 333-354, 1999.

Electron transport and two-dimensional organization of metalloprotein adsorbates investigated by cyclic voltammetry and in situ scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy
E.P. Friis, J.E.T. Andersen, L.L. Madsen, P. Moller, M.H. Thuesen, N.H. Andersen, and J. Ulstrup, CCHK V 37, Ch 5, pp 133-160, 1999.

Interfacial electron transfer in electrochemistry and in situ scanning tunneling microscopy
E.P. Friis, M.H. Thuesen, J. Zhang, and J. Ulstrup, IFEC Ch 8, pp 115-129, 1999.

Electrochemistry of molten salts
I. Galasiu, R. Galasiu, and J. Thonstad, NAEC Ch 9, pp 461-591, 1999.

Instrumentation and product safety (clinical electrotherapy)
D.G. Gerleman J.0. Barr, CLE3 Ch 2, pp 15-53, 1999.

Polymer electrolytes (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
F. Gray and M. Armand, HBM1 Ch III/8, pp 499-523, 1999.

Scanning probe microscopy of organic thin films at electrode surfaces
J.-B. Green, C.A. McDermott, M.T. McDermott, and M.D. Porter, FECH V 5, Ch 6, pp 249-303, 1999.

Electrochemical energy storage
O. Haas and E.J. Cairns, ARCH V 95C, Ch 6, pp 163-197, 1999.

Theoretical modeling of the solid-liquid interface: chemically specific simulation methods
J.W. Halley, S. Walbran, and D.L. Price, IFEC Ch 1, pp 1-17, 1999.

Thermodynamics and mechanistic (Fundamentals and general aspects of electrochemical power sources)
G. Hambitzer, K. Pinkwart, C. Ripp, and C. Schiller, HBM1 Ch I/1, pp 1-17, 1999.

The mechanism of methanol electro-oxidation
A. Hamnett, CCHK V 37, Ch 18, pp 635-682, 1999.

Mechanism of methanol electro-oxidation
A. Hamnett, IFEC Ch 47, pp 843-883, 1999.

Therapeutic uses of biofeedback (clinical electrotherapy)
T.A. Hanke, CLE3 Ch 11, pp 489-522, 1999.

Polymeric surfactants as pseudo-stationary phases for separation in electrokinetic chromatography (EKC): a review
J.L. Haynes, I.M. Warner, and S.A. Shamsi, RACH V 18, pp 317-382, 1999.

Laboratory diagnosis of structural hemoglobinopathies and thalassemias by capillary isoelectric focusing
J.M. Hempe and R.D. Craver, CACE Ch 10, pp 81-98, 1999.

Electrode-solution interface studied with electrochemical quartz crystal nanobalance
M. Hepel, IFEC Ch 34, pp 599-630, 1999.

Urinary oxalate and citrate (electrophoresis)
R.P. Holmes and M. Kennedy, CACE Ch 21, pp 199-202, 1999.

Radiotracer studies of adsorption/sorption phenomena at electrode surfaces
G. Horanyi, IFEC Ch 27, pp 477-491, 1999.

Auger spectroscopy of electrode surfaces
A.T. Hubbard, IFEC Ch 13, pp 211-229, 1999.

Lithium alloy anodes (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
R.A. Huggins, HBM1 Ch III/4, pp 359-381, 1999.

Atomic-scale aspects of anodic dissolution of metals: studies by in situ scanning tunneling microscopy
K. Itaya, IFEC Ch 12, pp 187-210, 1999.

A Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy approach to double-layer and electrocatalysis problems
T. Iwasita and E. Pastor, IFEC Ch 21, pp 353-372, 1999.

Clinical applications of capillary electrophoresis
M.A. Jenkins, CACE Ch 1, pp 1-9, 1999.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
R.A. Jennings, ARCH V 95A, Ch 25, pp 481-506, 1999.

Serum protein electrophoresis
M.A. Jenkins, CACE Ch 2, pp 11-19, 1999.

Urine proteins (electrophoresis)
M.A. Jenkins, CACE Ch 3, pp 21-28, 1999.

Surface oxidation of noble metal electrodes
G. Jerkiewicz, IFEC Ch 32, pp 559-576, 1999.

Fast analytical-scale separations by capillary electrophoresis and liquid chromatography
R.T. Kennedy, I. German, J.E. Thompson, and S.R. Witowski, CHRE V 99, pp 3081-3131, 1999.

High-performance silicone-rubber-based sensing membranes for neutral-carrier-type ion sensors
K. Kimura, RACH V 18, pp 133-155, 1999.

Carbons (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
K. Kinoshita, HBM1 Ch II/8, pp 231-244, 1999.

Water, ion and entropy transport in ion-exchange membranes
S. Kjelstrup, T. Okada, and M. Ottoy, SCEM Ch 13, pp 455-481, 1999.

Irreversible thermodynamics of membrane surface transport with applications to polymer fuel cells
S. Kjelstrup, P.J.S. Vie, and D. Bedeaux, SCEM Ch 14, pp 483-510, 1999.

Bulk and surface states of reactive oxide films: an extended semiconductor model with Ti, Ni, and Fe as examples
U. Konig and J.W. Schultze, IFEC Ch 36, pp 649-672, 1999.

Global competition of primary and secondary batteries (Fundamentals and general aspects of electrochemical power sources)
K. Kordesch and J. Daniek-Ivad, HBM1 Ch I/3, pp 63-83, 1999.

Vibrational coupling effects on infrared spectra of adsorbates on electrodes
C. Korzeniewski, IFEC Ch 20, pp 345-352, 1999.

Electrochemistry of manganese oxides (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
A. Kozawa, K. Yamamoto, and M. Yoshio, HBM1 Ch II/2, pp 113-133, 1999.

Principles of temporal and spatial pattern formation in electrochemical systems
K. Krischer, MAEC V 32, Ch 1, pp 1-142, 1999.

Nonconventional samplers in capillary electrophoresis
R. Kuldvee and M. Kaljurand, CRAC V 29, pp 29-68, 1999.

Solid-state voltammetry
P.J. Kulesza and M.A. Malik, IFEC Ch 37, pp 673-688, 1999.

Advanced electrode materials for the direct methanol fuel cell
C. Lamy and J.-M. Leger, IFEC Ch 48, pp 885-894, 1999.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and its applications
A. Lasia, MAEC V 32, Ch 2, pp 143-248, 1999.

Establishing the link between multistep electrochemical reaction mechanisms and experimental Tafel slopes
M.C. Lefebvre, MAEC V 32, Ch 3, pp 249-300, 1999.

Electron diffraction and electron microscopy of electrode surfaces
G. Lehmpful, Y. Uchida, M.S. Zei, and D.M. Kolb, FECH V 5, Ch 2, pp 57-98, 1999.

Ion transport across a membrane with soft polar interfaces
V. Levadny, V. Aguilella, and M. Belaya, SCEM Ch 23, pp 923-954, 1999.

Chemical deposition of chalcogenide thin films from solutions
D. Lincot, M. Froment, and H. Cachet, AESE V 6, Ch 3, pp 165-235, 1999.

Rapid analysis of amplified double-stranded DNA by capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection
M.-S. Liu and F.-T.A. Chen, CACE Ch 13, pp 121-126, 1999.

Determination of polyamines by capillary electrophoresis
Y.F. Ma, Q. Yu, and B. Lin, CACE Ch 20, pp 189-198, 1999.

Transport numbers of ions in charged membrane systems
J.A. Manzanares and K. Kontturi, SCEM Ch 11, pp 399-435, 1999.

Structure of thin anodic oxide films formed on single-crystal metal surfaces
P. Marcus and V. Maurice, IFEC Ch 31, pp 541-558, 1999.

Electrocatalysis at well-defined surfaces: kinetics of oxygen reduction and hydrogen oxidation/evolution on Pt(hkl) electrodes
N.M. Markovic and P.N. Ross, IFEC Ch 46, pp 821-841, 1999.

Template-synthesized nanomaterials in electrochemistry
C.R. Martin and D.T. Mitchell, EACH V 21, Ch 1, pp 1-74, 1999.

Nickel hydroxides (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
J. McBreen, HBM1 Ch II/3, pp 135-151, 1999.

In situ x-ray absorption studies of carbon supported Pt and Pt alloy nanoparticles
J. McBreen and S. Mukerjee, IFEC Ch 49, pp 895-914, 1999.

Electrochemical studies of carbon surfaces
R.L. McCreery, IFEC Ch 35, pp 631-647, 1999.

Scanning tunneling microscopy studies of metal electrodes
T.P. Moffat, EACH V 21, Ch 3, pp 211-316, 1999.

Steroid analysis by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography
A.A. Mohammad, J.R. Petersen, and M.G. Bissell, CACE Ch 19, pp 177-187, 1999.

AC impedance spectroscopy of polymer films – an overview
A.R. Mount and M.T. Robertson, CCHK V 37, Ch 11, pp 439-459, 1999.

Electrophysiologic evaluation: an overview (clinical electrotherapy)
D.E. Nestor and R.M. Nelson, CLE3 Ch 12, pp 523-555, 1999.

Theory and computational modeling: medium reorganization and donor-acceptor coupling in electron transfer processes
M.D. Newton, S.W. Feldberg, and J.F. Smalley, IFEC Ch 7, pp 97-114, 1999.

Imaging metal electrocrystallization at high resolution
R. Nichols, FECH V 5, Ch 3, pp 99-137, 1999.

Practical batteries (Fundamentals and general aspects of electrochemical power sources)
K. Nishio and N. Furukawa, HBM1 Ch I/2, pp 19-61, 1999.

Overcharge-protected oxide cathodes (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
T. Ohzuku, HBM1 Ch III/2, pp 323-337, 1999.

Electronic structure calculations of polyatomic oxyanions adsorbed on metal surfaces
P.P. Olivera, M. Patrito, and H. Sellers, IFEC Ch 5, pp 63-81, 1999.

Ionic conducting polymers for applications in batteries and capacitors
T. Osaka, S. Komaba, and X. Liu, NAEC Ch 7, pp 411-436, 1999.

Conducting polymers, electrochemistry, and biomimicking processes
T.F. Otero, MAEC V 33, Ch 3, pp 307-434, 1999.

Identification of mutated p53 in cancers by Nongel-Sieving capillary electrophoretic SSCP analysis
M. Oto, CACE Ch 14, pp 127-138, 1999.

Detection of microsatellite instability in cancers by means of Nongel-Sieving capillary electrophoresis
M. Oto, CACE Ch 15, pp 139-152, 1999.

Immunosubtraction as a means of typing monoclonal and other proteins in serum and urine (electrophoresis)
S.M. Palfrey, CACE Ch 5, pp 39-46, 1999.

Confirmation of the presence of drugs of abuse in urine (electrophoresis)
S.M. Palfrey, CACE Ch 18, pp 165-175, 1999.

The anode/electrolyte interface (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
E. Peled, D. Golodnitsky, and J. Pencier, HBM1 Ch III/6, pp 419-456, 1999.

Photoelectrochemical kinetics at semiconductor electrodes
L.M. Peter, CCHK V 37, Ch 8, pp 223-280, 1999.

Time and frequency resolved studies of photoelectrochemical kinetics
L.M. Peter and D. Vanmaekelbergh, AESE V 6, Ch 2, pp 77-163, 1999.

Second harmonic generation anisotropy from single crystalline electrode surfaces
B. Pettinger, C. Bilger, J. Lipkowksi, and W. Schmickler, IFEC Ch 22, pp 373-404, 1999.

Electrochemistry of electronically conducting polymer films
P.G. Pickup, MAEC V 33, Ch 6, pp 549-597, 1999.

Electrochemical double-layer modeling under ultrahigh vacuum conditions
G. Pirug and H.P. Bonzel, IFEC Ch 16, pp 269-286, 1999.

Semiconductor nanocomposite films for photoelectrochemical applications
K. Rajeshwar and N.R. de Tacconi, IFEC Ch 40, pp 721-736, 1999.

Ion equilibrium and transport in weak amphoteric membranes
P. Ramirez and S. Mafe, SCEM Ch 12, pp 437-454, 1999.

Metal hydride electrodes (Materials for aqueous electrolyte batteries)
J.J. Reilly, HBM1 Ch II/7, pp 209-230, 1999.

Gene dosage in capillary electrophoresis: prenatal diagnosis of Down's syndrome and Rh D/d genotyping
P.G. Righetti, C. Gelfi, and G.F. Cossu, CACE Ch 12, pp 109-120, 1999.

Imaging of reaction fronts at surfaces and interfaces
H.H. Rottermund, K. Krischner, and B. Pettinger, FECH V 5, Ch 4, pp 139-209, 1999.

Conducting polymer films as electrodes
J.F. Rubinson and H.B. Mark, IFEC Ch 38, pp 689-705, 1999.

Electroconvective mechanisms in concentration polarization at electrodialysis membranes
I. Rubinstein and B. Zaltzman, SCEM Ch 17, pp 591-621, 1999.

Anion-exchange membranes with viologen cross-links showing photovoltaic effects and with permselective properties determined by photoirradiation
T. Sata, SCEM Ch 16, pp 543-589, 1999.

Synergetic effects of surface active sites on the hydrogen evolution reaction
O. Savadogo, IFEC Ch 50, pp 915-935, 1999.

The chemical and electrochemical reactivity of nonaqueous solvents toward metallic lithium
D.A. Scherson, NAEC Ch 5, pp 213-287, 1999.

Recent progress in theoretical electrochemistry
W. Schmickler, ARCH V 95C, Ch 5, pp 117-161, 1999.

Theoretical aspects of the scanning tunneling microscope operating in an electrolyte solution
W. Schmickler, FECH V 5, Ch 7, pp 305-338, 1999.

Enhancement of heat transfer and mass transport in single-phase and two-phase flows with electrohydrodynamics
J. Seyed-Yagoobi and J.E. Bryan, ADHT V 33, Ch 2, pp 95-186, 1999.

Analysis and classification of serum cryoglobulins (electrophoresis)
Z.K. Shihabi, CACE Ch 6, pp 47-51, 1999.

Myoglobin analysis (electrophoresis)
Z.K. Shihabi, CACE Ch 7, pp 53-57, 1999.

Enzyme analysis: Cathepsin D as an example (electrophoresis)
Z.K. Shihabi, CACE Ch 8, pp 59-64, 1999.

Serum lamotrigine analysis (electrophoresis)
Z.K. Shihabi, CACE Ch 16, pp 153-156, 1999.

Acetonitrile stacking: serum phenobarbital as an example (electrophoresis)
Z.K. Shihabi, CACE Ch 17, pp 157-163, 1999.

Modeling of the electrochemical double-layer in ultrahigh vacuum: adsorption of sulfuric acid species on Pt(111)
Y. Shingaya and S. Zhou, IFEC Ch 17, pp 287-300, 1999.

Capacitive and voltammetric responses from stepped faces of gold
A.F. Silva and A. Martins, IFEC Ch 25, pp 449-461, 1999.

Interfacial electrodynamics of membranes and polymer films
T.S. Sorensen, SCEM Ch 18, pp 623-747, 1999.

Electrochemical characterization of membranes and membrane surfaces by EMF measurements
T.S. Sorensen and S.R. Rivera, SCEM Ch 10, pp 313-397, 1999.

Interfacial chemistry of palladium electrodes
M.P. Soriaga, Y.-G. Kim, and J.E. Soto, IFEC Ch 15, pp 249-267, 1999.

Electrical stimulation of denervated muscle (clinical electrotherapy)
N.I. Spielholz, CLE3 Ch 9, pp 411-446, 1999.

Computer simulations of electrochemical interfaces
E. Spohr, AESE V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-75, 1999.

Separators for lithium-ion batteries (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
R. Spotnitz, HBM1 Ch III/10, pp 553-563, 1999.

Kinetic modeling of electrocatalytic reactions: methanol oxidation on platinum electrodes
S. Sriramulu, T.D. Jarvi, and E.M. Stuve, IFEC Ch 44, pp 793-804, 1999.

Low-dimensional metal phases and nanostructuring of solid surfaces
G. Staikov, W.J. Lorenz, and E. Budewski, FECH V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-56, 1999.

Electrochemical sensor arrays
R.-I. Stefan, J.F. von Staden, and H.Y. Aboul-Enein, CRAC 29, pp 133-153, 1999.

Electrochemical atomic layer epitaxy
J.L. Stickney, EACH V 21, Ch 2, pp 75-210, 1999.

Properties of bimetallic electrodes: spectroscopic characterization and electrocatalysis
C. Stuhlmann, H. Hoffschulz, and K. Wandelt, IFEC Ch 45, pp 805-820, 1999.

Evaluating new treatments in electrotherapy
J.E. Sullivan, CLE3 Ch 10, pp 449-487, 1999.

Externally applied electric current for tissue repair
C. Sussman and N.N. Byl, CLE3 Ch 6, pp 229-289, 1999.

Sum and difference frequency generation at electrode surfaces
A. Tadjeddine and A.L. Rille, IFEC Ch 19, pp 317-343, 1999.

Potential controlled ordering in organic monolayers at electrode-electrolyte interface
N.J. Tao, FECH V 5, Ch 5, pp 211-248, 1999.

Structure and reactivity of rhodium and rhodium based alloys
K.i. Tanaka and A. Sasahara, IFEC Ch 28, pp 493-512, 1999.

Surface electrostatics of biological membranes and ion binding
S.A. Tatulian, SCEM Ch 22, pp 871-922, 1999.

The structural stability of transition metal oxide insertion electrodes for lithium batteries (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
M.M. Thackeray, HBM1 Ch III/1, pp 293-321, 1999.

Interfacial electrochemistry of conductive oxides for electrocatalysis
S. Trasatti, IFEC Ch 43, pp 769-792, 1999.

The potential of zero charge
S. Trasatti and E. Lust, MAEC V 33, Ch 1, pp 1-215, 1999.

Microwave (photo)electrochemistry
H. Tributsch, MAEC V 33, Ch 4, pp 435-522, 1999.

Plasma nitrite and nitrate determination (electrophoresis)
T. Ueda, T. Maekawa, and K. Nakamura, CACE Ch 22, pp 203-207, 1999.

Electronic and morphological structures of semiconductor electrodes
K. Uosaki, M. Koinuma, and S. Ye, IFEC Ch 41, pp 737-755, 1999.

Electrophoretic deposition of materials
O.O. Van der Biest and L.J. Vandeperre, ARMS V 29, pp 327-352, 1999.

Electrical stimulation for improving muscle performance
J. Van Swearingen, CLE3 Ch 4, pp 143-182, 1999.

Electro-osmotic dewatering of clays, soils, and suspensions
A.K. Vijh, MAEC V 32, Ch 4, pp 301-332, 1999.

Epitaxial compound electrodeposition
T.L. Wade, T.A. Sorensen, and J.L. Stickney, IFEC Ch 42, pp 757-768, 1999.

Electroanalysis and biosensors
J. Wang, ACAR V 71, pp 328R-332R, 1999.

In situ surface x-ray scattering studies of electrosorption
J.X. Wang, R.R. Adzic, and B.M. Ocko, IFEC Ch 11, pp 175-186, 1999.

Serum apolipoproteins (electrophoresis)
L.K. Watkins, S.L. Cockrill, and R.D. Macfarlane, CACE Ch 11, pp 99-108, 1999.

Adsorbate bonding and reactivity in electrochemistry: some vibrational spectroscopic links to surface science and interfacial chemistry
M.J. Weaver and S. Zou, IFEC Ch 18, pp 301-316, 1999.

Separation of steroids by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography. Some physicochemical considerations
S.K. Wiedmer and M.-L. Riekkola, RACH V 18, pp 67-105, 1999.

Hydrodynamic modulation in electrochemistry
D.E. Williams and J.V. Macpherson, CCHK V 37, Ch 10, pp 369-438, 1999.

Lithiated carbons (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
M. Winter and J.O. Besenhard, HBM1 Ch III/5, pp 383-418, 1999.

Rechargeable lithium anodes (Materials for alkali metal batteries)
J.-I. Yamaki and S.-I. Tobishima, HBM1 Ch III/3, pp 339-357, 1999.

Analysis of mass transfer and fluid flow for electrochemical processes
J.D. Yang, V. Modi, and A.C. West, MAEC V 32, Ch 6, pp 355-389, 1999.

Quantification of human cytomegalovirus by competitive PCR and capillary electrophoresis
Z. Yu, W.D. Scheer, and J.M. Hempe, CACE Ch 9, pp 65-80, 1999.

Applications of carbon in lithium-ion batteries
T. Zheng and J. Dahn, CMAT Ch 11, pp 341-387, 1999.

Impedance of multilayer membrane systems
E.M. Zholkovskij, SCEM Ch 20, pp 793-835, 1999.


2000

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Electrodeposition of palladium and palladium alloys
J.A. Abys and C.A. Dullaghan, MEP4 Ch 12, pp 483-553, 2000.

What does the user expect from secondary batteries mounted in portable electronics?
T. Akamatsu, ESSE Ch 1, pp 3-8, 2000.

Dynamic electrochemistry: methodology and application
J.L. Anderson, L.A. Coury, and J. Leddy, ACAR V 72, pp 4497-4520, 2000.

Infrared spectroelectrochemistry
M.R. Anderson and C.D. Taylor, ENAC V 11, pp 9849-9878, 2000.

Ultracapacitors for portable electronics
X. Andrieu, ESSE Ch 15, pp 521-547, 2000.

Organic electrochemical mechanisms
C.P. Andrieux, ENAC V 11, pp 9983-10010, 2000.

Chemiluminescence, electrogenerated
A.J. Bard, J.D. Debad, J.K. Leland, G.B. Sigal, J.L. Wilbur, and J.N. Wohlstadter, ENAC V 11, pp 9842-9849, 2000.

Polarographic and voltammetric determination of chemical carcinogens
J. Barek, V. Mejstrik, A. Muck, and J. Zima, CRAC V 30, pp 37-57, 2000.

Thin-film lithium batteries (for electronics)
J.B. Bates, N.J. Dudney, B.J. Neudecker, and B. Wang, ESSE Ch 13, pp 453-485, 2000.

Overview (Electrochemistry of glasses and glass melts, including glass electrodes)
F.G.K. Baucke, EGGM Ch 1, pp 5-34, 2000.

Electrochemistry of solid glasses
F.G.K. Baucke, EGGM Ch 2, pp 35-268, 2000.

Electrochemistry of glass-forming melts
F.G.K. Baucke, J. Duffy, and D. Kopsel, EGGM Ch 3, pp 269-436, 2000.

Resistive-pulse sensing – from microbes to molecules
H. Bayley and C.R. Martin, CHRE V 100, pp 2575-2594, 2000.

Electrical behavior of inorganic thin films in electrolyte media
J. Benavente, J. Ramos-Barrado, and S. Bruque, INDY Ch 16, pp 565-590, 2000.

Molecular physiology of cardiac ion channels
P.B. Bennett and I.P. Johnson, ICEP Ch 2, pp 29-57, 2000.

Electricity and electrophysiology
O. Binah, ICEP Ch 1, pp 1-27, 2000.

Ion transport and electrical conductivity in heterogeneous systems: the case of microemulsions
F. Bordi and C. Cametti, INDY Ch 15, pp 541-563, 2000.

Electroforming - dental laboratory technology: the fabrication of electroformed crowns and crown connectors
C. Bregler, EFRD Ch 3.2, pp 84-109, 2000.

Electroforming - dental laboratory technology: combination of prosthetics with and without implants
M. Busch, EFRD Ch 3.4, pp 132-160, 2000.

Sealed, rechargeable nickel cadmium batteries (Ni-Cd): a mature technology with a viable future (for electronics)
J.A. Carcone, ESSE Ch 3, pp 47-78, 2000.

Electrode materials
F. Cardarelli, MAH1 Ch 8.5, pp 319-335, 2000.

Pulse voltammetry
M.T. Carter and R.A. Osteryoung, ENAC V 11, pp 10010-10036, 2000.

Synthesis of the cardiac purkinje-fiber action potential using a computer model
C. Clausen, M.R. Rosen, and I.S. Cohen, ICEP Ch 8, pp 199-216, 2000.

Neurotransmitters, electrochemical detection of
T.L. Colliver and A.G. Ewing, ENAC V 11, pp 9958-9983, 2000.

Dispersion in micellar electrokinetic chromatography
J. M. Davis, ACHR V 40, Ch 2, pp 115-157, 2000.

Electrodeposition of nickel
G.A. Di Bari, MEP4 Ch 3, pp 139-199, 2000.

Nickel alloys, cobalt, and cobalt alloys (electrodeposition)
G.A. Di Bari, MEP4 Ch 13, pp 555-583, 2000.

Electroforming - (dental) clinical aspects: fixed prostheses by electroforming
G. Diedrichs, EFRD Ch 4.1, pp 178-237, 2000.

Electrodeposition of copper
J.W. Dini, MEP4 Ch 2, pp 61-138, 2000.

High energy density batteries for portable electronics
N. Eda and A. Ohta, ESSE Ch 2, pp 9-44, 2000.

Lithium electrode in polymer electrolytes (in batteries for electronics)
D. Fauteux, ESSE Ch 7, pp 153-191, 2000.

Self-assembled monolayers on electrodes
H.O. Finklea, ENAC V 11, pp 10090-10114, 2000.

Ultrafast electrochemical techniques
R.J. Forster, ENAC V 11, pp 10142-10172, 2000.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
A.J. Fowkes, ARCH V 96A, Ch 25, pp 523-555, 2000.

Electronics and the battery pack
D. Freeman and D. Heacock, ESSE Ch 16, pp 551-574, 2000.

Electroforming - dental laboratory technology: the fabrication of electroformed inlays and onlays with ceramic veneers
C. Gadau, EFRD Ch 3.1, pp 64-82, 2000.

Two-dimensional electrophoresis with immobilized pH gradients
A. Gorg and W. Weiss, PRGE Ch 4, pp 57-106, 2000.

Polymer electrolyte fuel cells as potential power sources for portable electronic devices
S. Gottesfeld and M.S. Wilson, ESSE Ch 14, pp 487-519, 2000.

Polymer electrolytes (in batteries for electronics)
F. Gray and M. Armand, ESSE Ch 10, pp 351-406, 2000.

Advanced cathode materials for lithium batteries (for electronics)
D. Guyomard, ESSE Ch 9, pp 253-350, 2000.

Effective interactions between electric double layers
J.-P. Hansen and H. Lowen, ARPC V 51, pp 209-242, 2000.

Electrochemistry of heme proteins
F.M. Hawkridge and I. Taniguchi, POHA V 8, Ch 58, pp 191-202, 2000.

Clinical trials for solid tumors using electrochemotherapy
R. Heller, R. Gilbert, and M.J. Jaroszeski, ECEG Ch 7, pp 137-156, 2000.

X-ray methods for the study of electrode interaction
E. Herrero, ENAC V 11, pp 10225-10256, 2000.

Development of electroforming technology (dental prosthetics)
A. Hoffmann, EFRD Ch 2, pp 45-61, 2000.

Electroforming - dental laboratory technology: electroformed crowns in partial and complete denture prosthetics
A. Hoffmann, EFRD Ch 3.5, pp 162-175, 2000.

Electroforming - dental laboratory technology: the fabrication of electroformed fixed partial denture
A. Hoffmann and C. Gadau, EFRD Ch 3.3, pp 110-131, 2000.

Trips and tricks for the dental technicians (electroforming)
A. Hoffmann and M. Hopp, EFRD Ch 6, pp 381-411, 2000.

Instrumentation and electrodes for in vivo electroporation
G.A. Hofmann, ECEG Ch 2, pp 37-61, 2000.

Material and technological aspects (electroforming in restorative dentistry)
M. Hopp, EFRD Ch 5, pp 353-379, 2000.

In vitro and ex vivo gene delivery using electrochemotherapy
S.W. Hui and L.H. Li, ECEG Ch 8, pp 157-171, 2000.

Scanning tunneling microscopy, in situ, electrochemical
K. Itaya, ENAC V 11, pp 10036-10069, 2000.

Electrodeposition of iron and iron alloys
M. Izaki, MEP4 Ch 11, pp 461-481, 2000.

Propagation through cardiac muscle (electrophysiology)
J. Jalife and M. Delmar, ICEP Ch 4, pp 83-135, 2000.

Delivery of genes in vivo using pulsed electric fields
M.J. Jaroszeski, R. Gilbert, C. Nicolau, and R. Heller, ECEG Ch 9, pp 173-186, 2000.

Electrodeposition of lead and lead alloys
M. Jordan, MEP4 Ch 8, pp 361-386, 2000.

Electrodeposition of tin-lead alloys
M. Jordan, MEP4 Ch 9, pp 387-422, 2000.

Electrochemistry of metalloporphyrins in nonaqueous media
K.M. Kadish, E. Van Caemelbecke, and G. Royal, POHA V 8, Ch 55, pp 1-114, 2000.

Interpretation of interfacial equilibria on the basis of adsorption and electrokinetic data
N. Kallay, D. Kovacevic, and A. Cop, INDY Ch 6, pp 249-271, 2000.

Enthalpy of surface charging
N. Kallay, T. Preocanin, and S. Zalac, INDY Ch 5, pp 225-247, 2000.

Environmental electroanalytical chemistry: contemporary trends and perspectives
R. Kalvoda, CRAC V 30, pp 31-35, 2000.

Advanced anode materials for Li-ion batteries (for electronics)
K. Kinoshita, ESSE Ch 8, pp 193-251, 2000.

Selective electrode coatings for electroanalysis
L.J. Klein and D.G. Peters, ENAC V 11, pp 10069-10090, 2000.

Electrodeposition of gold
P.A. Kohl, MEP4 Ch 4, pp 201-225, 2000.

Electrical interfacial layer in nonaqueous solvents
M. Kosmulski, INDY Ch 7, pp 273-312, 2000.

Surface complexation model for solid-liquid interfaces
M. Kosmulski, R. Sprycha, and J. Szczypa, INDY Ch 4, pp 163-223, 2000.

Electroforming - (dental) clinical aspects: long term clinical experience with electroformed crowns and fixed partial dentures
G. Krieg, EFRD Ch 4.5, pp 330-350, 2000.

Capillary electrophoresis for the analysis of biopolymers
S.N. Krylov and N.J. Dovichi, ACAR V 72, pp 111R-128R, 2000.

Solid electrolytes (rare earths)
R.V. Kumar and H. Iwahara, PCRE V 28, Ch 178, pp 131-185, 2000.

Electroforming - (dental) clinical aspects: electroformed bases in complete prostheses
F. Mack, EFRD Ch 4.4, pp 320-328, 2000.

Thermosensitive gels (electrokinetic phenomena)
K. Makino, INDY Ch 17, pp 591-619, 2000.

Porphyrin-based electrochemical sensors
T. Malinski, POHA V 6, Ch 44, pp 231-256, 2000.

Electrodeposition of chromium
N.V. Mandich and D.L. Snyder, MEP4 Ch 7, pp 289-360, 2000.

Overview of the surface modification techniques for the capillary electrophoresis of proteins
M.-C. Millot and C. Vidal-Madjar, ACHR V 40, Ch 8, pp 427-466, 2000.

The basis of electrochemotherapy
L.M. Mir and S. Orlowski, ECEG Ch 5, pp 99-117, 2000.

Two-dimensional electrophoresis with carrier ampholytes
C. Monribot and H. Boucherie, PRGE Ch 3, pp 31-55, 2000.

Advanced Li-ion batteries (for electronics)
K. Nakajima and Y. Nishi, ESSE Ch 5, pp 109-129, 2000.

Principles of membrane electroporation and transport of macromolecules
E. Neumann, S. Kakorin, and K. Toensing, ECEG Ch 1, pp 1-35, 2000.

Electroless deposition of palladium and platinum
I. Ohno, MEP4 Ch 20, pp 699-704, 2000.

Electroless deposition of alloys
I. Ohno, MEP4 Ch 22, pp 729-737, 2000.

Electroless deposition of gold
Y. Okinaka and M. Kato, MEP4 Ch 21, pp 705-728, 2000.

Li/polymer batteries (for electronics)
T. Osaka, ESSE Ch 12, pp 431-451, 2000.

Electroless deposition of cobalt alloy films
T. Osaka, T. Homma, and T. Yokoshima, MEP4 Ch 19, pp 685-697, 2000.

Electrodeposition of organic films: conductive polymers
T. Osaka, S. Komaba, and T. Momma, MEP4 Ch 16, pp 623-643, 2000.

Electrochemomechanical devices based on conducting polymers
T.F. Otero, PSAA pp 295-323, 2000.

Electroless deposition of copper
M. Paunovic, MEP4 Ch 17, pp 645-665, 2000.

Fundamental considerations (electroplating)
M. Paunovic, M. Schlesinger, and R. Weil, MEP4 Ch 1, pp 1-60, 2000.

Electrophysiologic abnormalities in hypertrophied, failed or infarcted hearts
J.M.B. Pinto and P.A. Boyden, ICEP Ch 7, pp 179-197, 2000.

Electron transfer reactions in micellar systems
R. Prado-Gotor, R. Jimenez, P. Perez-Tejada, P. Lopez-Cornejo, M. Lopez-Lopez, A. Sanchez, F. Muriel-Delgado, and F. Sanchez, PRRK V 25, pp 371-407, 2000.

Mechanistic studies of skin electroporation using biophysical methods
M.R. Prausnitz, U. Pliquett, and R. Vanbever, ECEG Ch 11, pp 213-245, 2000.

Hydrogen transport through metals determined by electrochemical methods
S.-I. Pyun and Y.-G. Yoon, IMAR V 45, pp 190-216, 2000.

Solubilization of proteins in 2D electrophoresis
T. Rabilloud and M. Chevallet, PRGE Ch 2, pp 9-29, 2000.

Liquid/liquid interfaces, electrochemistry at
F. Reymond and H.H. Girault, ENAC V 11, pp 9908-9930, 2000.

In vivo delivery of drugs and other molecules to cells (electroporation)
M.-P. Rols, M. Golzio, C. Delteil, and J. Teissie, ECEG Ch 4, pp 83-97, 2000.

Neurohumoral modulation of cardiac electrophysiologic properties
M.R. Rosen, J.M.B. Pinto, and P.A. Boyden, ICEP Ch 5, pp 137-151, 2000.

Ultraviolet/visible spectroelectrochemistry
D.A. Scherson, Y.V. Tolmachev, and I.C. Stefan, ENAC V 11, pp 10172-10225, 2000.

Electroless and electrodeposition of silver
M. Schlesinger, MEP4 Ch 5, pp 227-239, 2000.

Deposition on nonconductors (electrodeposition)
M. Schlesinger, MEP4 Ch 15, pp 613-622, 2000.

Electroless deposition of nickel
M. Schlesinger, MEP4 Ch 18, pp 667-684, 2000.

Electrodeposition of semiconductors
T.E. Schlesinger, MEP4 Ch 14, pp 585-612, 2000.

Numerical modeling for in vivo electroporation
D. Semrov and D. Miklavcic, ECEG Ch 3, pp 63-81, 2000.

Electrochemotherapy: animal model work review
G. Sersa, ECEG Ch 6, pp 119-136, 2000.

Electrical and electrochemical analysis of nanophase materials
Z. Shi and M. Liu, CNPM Ch 6, pp 165-196, 2000.

Equilibria in electrolyte solutions
V. Simeon, INDY Ch 1, pp 1-34, 2000.

Preparation for deposition (electrodeposition)
D.D. Snyder, MEP4 Ch 23, pp 739-748, 2000.

Surface analysis for electrochemistry: ultrahigh vacuum techniques
M.P. Soriaga, ENAC V 11, pp 10114-10142, 2000.

Application of Li/CFx system in portable electronics
P.J. Spellman, K.L. Dittberner, J.G. Pilarzyk, and M.J. Root, ESSE Ch 6, pp 131-152, 2000.

Pharmacological modulation of cardiac electrophysiologic properties
W. Spinelli, ICEP Ch 6, pp 153-177, 2000.

Solid-electrolyte membrane reactors: current experience and future outlook
M. Stoukides, CARE V 42, pp 1-70, 2000.

Advanced NiMH batteries (for electronics)
M. Suzuki and M. Wada, ESSE Ch 4, pp 79-105, 2000.

Rechargeable zinc-air batteries for portable products (for electronics)
L.A. Tinker and K.A. Striebel, ESSE Ch 11, pp 409-427, 2000.

Environmental aspects of electrodeposition
M. Tomkiewitz, MEP4 Ch 26, pp 791-813, 2000.

Manufacturing technologies (electrodeposition)
D.R. Turner, MEP4 Ch 24, pp 749-767, 2000.

Manufacturing control (electrodeposition)
D.R. Turner, MEP4 Ch 25, pp 769-790, 2000.

Mechanism of transdermal drug delivery by electroporation
T.E. Vaughan and J.C. Weaver, ECEG Ch 10, pp 187-211, 2000.

Chiral separations in capillary electrophoresis
R. Vespalec and P. Bocek, CHRE V 100, pp 3715-3753, 2000.

Microbalance, electrochemical quartz crystal
M.D. Ward, ENAC V 11, pp 9930-9958, 2000.

Electroforming - (dental) clinical aspects: ceramic primary crowns with directly electroformed matrices - an innovative retention element with new properties
P. Weigl, EFRD Ch 4.3, pp 268-319, 2000.

Electrodeposition of zinc and zinc alloys
R. Winand, MEP4 Ch 10, pp 423-460, 2000.

Biological dental prosthetics (electroforming)
J. Wirz, EFRD Ch 1, pp 13-43, 2000.

Electroforming - (dental) clinical aspects: combination prostheses with electroformed telescopic/conical crowns
J. Wirz, EFRD Ch 4.2, pp 238-267, 2000.

Closing comments (electroforming in restorative dentistry)
J. Wirz, EFRD Ch 7, pp 413-418, 2000.

Ion-selective electrodes: fundamentals
V. Young, ENAC V 11, pp 9878-9908, 2000.

The cardiac action potential
A. Zaza, ICEP Ch 3, pp 59-82, 2000.

Tin and tin alloys for lead-free solder (electrodeposition)
Y. Zhang and J.A. Abys, MEP4 Ch 6, pp 241-287, 2000.

Hydrogen bonds with large proton polarizability and proton transfer processes in electrochemistry and biology
G. Zundel, ACHP V 111, pp 1-217, 2000.


2001

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Capillary electrophoresis based immunoassay
B. Adesoji, A.A. Mohammad, and J.R. Petersen, CFEP Ch 12, pp 223-233, 2001.

Basic concepts (organic electrochemistry)
C. Amatore, OEC4 Ch 1, pp 1-94, 2001.

Relations between micro- and macrophenomena (organic electrochemistry)
C. Amatore, OEC4 Ch 3, pp 183-205, 2001.

Electrical potential oscillation across a water-oil-water liquid membrane in the presence of drugs
K. Arai and F. Kusu, LICB Ch 30, pp 699-727, 2001.

Batteries
C. Arbizzani, M. Mastragostino, and F. Soavi, ETCH V 5, P 3, Ch 2, pp 645-694, 2001.

Light emitting electrochemical processes
N.R. Armstrong, R.M. Wightman, and E.M. Gross, ARPC V 52, pp 391-422, 2001.

Molecular-level artificial machines based on photoinduced electron-transfer processes
B. Ballardini, V. Balzani, A. Credi, M.T. Gandolfi, and M. Venturi, STAB V 99, pp 163-188, 2001.

History, current status and infrastructure (electroactive polymers)
Y. Bar-Cohen, EAPM Ch 1, pp 3-44, 2001.

Processing and support techniques (electroactive polymers)
Y. Bar-Cohen, V. Olazabal, J. Sansinena, and J. Hinkley, EAPM Ch 14, pp 369-401, 2001.

EAP applications, potentials and challenges (electroactive polymers)
Y. Bar-Cohen, EAPM Ch 21, pp 615-659, 2001.

Introduction and principles (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
A.J. Bard, SEM1 Ch 1, pp 1-16, 2001.

Conclusions and prospects (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
A.J. Bard, SEM1 Ch 14, pp 629-638, 2001.

Polarography and voltammetry at mercury electrodes
J. Barek, A.G. Fogg, A. Muck, and J. Zima, CRAC V 31, pp 291-309, 2001.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy as a local probe of chemical processes at liquid interfaces
A.L. Barker, C.J. Slevin, P.R. Unwin, and J. Zhang, LICB Ch 12, pp 283-324, 2001.

An introduction to capillary electrochromatography
K.D. Bartle, M.G. Cikalo, and M.M. Robson, CAEL Ch 1, pp 1-22, 2001.

Determining dye-induced DNA mobility shifts for dna sequencing fragments by capillary electrophoresis
J. Bashkin, CENA V 1, Ch 7, pp 95-107, 2001.

Imaging molecular transport across membranes (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
B.D. Bath, H.S. White, and E.R. Scott, SEM1 Ch 9, pp 343-395, 2001.

Zinc/air batteries – button configuration
S.F. Bender, J.W. Cretzmeyer, and T.F. Reise, HBA3 Ch 13, pp 13.1-13.21, 2001.

Spin-dependent reserve batteries
A.A. Benderly (revised by A.B. Goldberg), HBA3 Ch 19, pp 19.1-19.10, 2001.

Electrochemical studies of phenomena at active-carbon electrolyte solution interfaces
S. Biniak, A. Swiatkowski, and M. Pakula, CHPC V 27, Ch 3, pp 125-225, 2001.

Electron transfer in layered and intercalated compounds
V. Bhat and K. Domen, ETCH V 4, P 2, Ch 4, pp 487-540, 2001.

Electro-mechanical models for optimal design and effective behavior (electroactive polymers)
K. Bhattacharya, J. Li, and X. Yu, EAPM Ch 12, pp 309-330, 2001.

Heterogeneous electron transfer reactions (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
K. Borgwarth and J. Heinze, SEM1 Ch 6, pp 201-240, 2001.

Sodium-β batteries
J.W. Braithwaite and W.L. Auxer, HBA3 Ch 40, pp 40.1-40.31, 2001.

Electrochemical principles and reactions (batteries)
J. Broadhead and H.C. Kuo, HBA3 Ch 2, pp 2.1-2.37, 2001.

Zinc/bromine batteries
P.C. Butler, P.A. Eidler, P.G. Grimes, S.A. Klassen, and R.C. Miles, HBA3 Ch 39, pp 39.1-39.22, 2001.

Dye-sensitized solar cells: principles of operation
D. Cahen, M. Gratzel, J.F. Guillemoles, and G. Hodes, Ch 7, ECNM pp 201-228, 2001.

Electroactive polymer gels (electroactive polymers)
P. Calvert, EAPM Ch 5, pp 123-138, 2001.

Portable sealed nickel-cadmium batteries
J.A. Carcone, HBA3 Ch 28, pp 28.1-28.35, 2001.

Electron transfer and charge storage in ultrathin films layer-by-layer self-assembled from polyelectrolytes, nanoparticles, and nanoplatelets
T.P. Cassagneau and J.H. Fendler, ECNM Ch 9, pp 247-286, 2001.

Combining capillary electrophoresis with electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
S. Cherkaoui, CFEP Ch 15, pp 285-313, 2001.

Ambient-temperature lithium anode reserve batteries
D.L. Chua, W.E. Eppley, and R.J. Horning, HBA3 Ch 20, pp 20.1-20.21, 2001.

Battery standardization
F. Ciliberti and S. Wicelinski, HBA3 Ch 4, pp 4.1-4.22, 2001.

Fundamental aspects of electron transfer in substrate-supported organized molecular assemblies
R.S. Clegg and J.E. Hutchison, ETCH V 4, P 2, Ch 5, pp 541-577, 2001.

Nickel-zinc batteries
D. Coates and A. Charkey, HBA3 Ch 31, pp 31.1-31.37, 2001.

Nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hydride battery treatments (collection and recycling)
J. David, UBCR Ch 6, pp 147-176, 2001.

Electromembrane processes
T.A. Davis, V. Grebenyuk, and O. Grebenyuk, MTCI Ch 6, pp 222-267, 2001.

Potentiometric probes (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
G. Denuault, G. Nagy, and K. Toth, SEM1 Ch 10, pp 397-444, 2001.

Purification methods for preparing polymerase chain reaction products for capillary electrophoresis analysis
J.M. Devaney and M.A. Marino, CENA V 1, Ch 3, pp 43-49, 2001.

Applications (capillary electrochromatography)
Z. Deyl and I. Miksik, CAEC Ch 10, pp 341-419, 2001.

Zinc/silver reserve batteries
J.M. Dines, E.M. Morse (revised by C. Brown) HBA3 Ch 18, pp 18.1-18.16, 2001.

Selective ion transfer of alkali and alkaline earth metal ions facilitated by naphtho-15-crown-5 across liquid-liquid interfaces and a bilayer lipid membrane
H. Doe, LICB Ch 26, pp 629-640, 2001.

DNA sequencing by capillary array electrophoresis
N.J. Dovichi and J.Z. Zhang, CENA V 1, Ch 6, pp 85-94, 2001.

Nickel-hydrogen batteries
J.D. Dunlop and J.N. Brill, and R. Erisman, HBA3 Ch 32, pp 32.1-32.32, 2001.

The electrochemistry of C60 and related compounds
L. Echegoyen and L.E. Echegoyen, OEC4 Ch 7, pp 323-339, 2001.

Lithium-ion batteries
G.M. Ehrlich, HBA3 Ch 35, pp 35.1-35.94, 2001.

Environmentally sound recycling of Ni-Cd batteries
N. England, UBCR Ch 5, pp 119-145, 2001.

Ni-Cd battery collection and recycling programs in the USA and Canada
N. England, D.B. Weinberg, K.L. Money, and H. Morrow, UBCR Ch 4, pp 105-117, 2001.

Vented sintered-plate nickel-cadmium batteries
J.M. Evjen and A.J. Catotti (revised by R.D. Lucero, D.F. Pickett, and T.M. Kulin), Ch 27, HBA3 pp 27.1-27.30, 2001.

Characteristics of surfaces produced via magnetoelectrolytic deposition
T.Z. Fahidy, PRSS V 68, pp.155-188, 2001.

SECM imaging (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
F.-R.F. Fan, SEM1 Ch 4, pp 111-143, 2001.

The preparation of tips for scanning electrochemical microscopy
F.-R.F. Fan and C. Demaille, SEM1 Ch 3, pp 75-110, 2001.

Battery design
J. Fehling, HBA3 Ch 5, pp 5.1-5.22, 2001.

Dynamic aspects of heterogeneous electron-transfer reactions at liquid-liquid interfaces
D.J. Fermin and R. Lahtinen, LICB Ch 8, pp 179-227, 2001.

Propulsion and industrial nickel-metal hydride batteries
M. Fetcenko, HBA3 Ch 30, pp 30.1-30.37, 2001.

Synthetic applications of photocatalytic oxidation and reduction reactions of organic reactants on irradiated semiconductor surfaces
M.A. Fox, ETCH V 1, P 1, Ch 8, pp 271-311, 2001.

Electrochemical partial fluorination (organic electrochemistry)
T. Fuchigami, OEC4 Ch 25, pp 1035-1050, 2001.

Battery collection and recycling in Japan
K. Fujimoto, UBCR Ch 3, pp 87-104, 2001.

Natural muscles as an electromechanical system (electroactive polymers)
R.J. Full and K. Meijer, EAPM Ch 3, pp 67-83, 2001.

Electrochemical formation and modification of nanocrystalline porous silicon
W.H. Green, S. Letant, and M.J. Sailor, ECNM Ch 5, pp 141-167, 2001.

Carbonyl compounds
J. Grimshaw, OEC4 Ch 10, pp 411-434, 2001.

Chemical physics of the electrode-electrolyte interface
J.W. Halley, S. Walbran, and D.L. Price, ACHP V 116, pp 337-387, 2001.

Metal/air batteries
R.P. Hamlen and T.B. Atwater, HBA3 Ch 38, pp 38.1-38.53, 2001.

Methods for studies of electrochemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
O. Hammerich, OEC4 Ch 2, pp 95-182, 2001.

Anodic oxidation of hydrocarbons
O. Hammerich, OEC4 Ch 13, pp 471-498, 2001.

Anodic substitution and addition (organic electrochemistry)
O. Hammerich, J.H.P. Utley, and L. Eberson, OEC4 Ch 24, pp 1005-1034, 2001.

Fundamentals of electrochemistry
A. Hamnett, ENPC V 1, Ch A2.4, pp 477-521, 2001.

Applications of EAP to entertainment industry (electroactive polymers)
D. Hanson and G. Pioggia, EAPM Ch 18, pp 535-565, 2001.

Cathodic reactions of hydrocarbons
J. Heinze, OEC4 Ch 6, pp 293-322, 2001.

Electrochemistry of conducting polymers
J. Heinze, OEC4 Ch 32, pp 1309-1339, 2001.

Clinical analysis of structural hemoglobin variants and Hb A1c by capillary isoelectric focusing
J.M. Hempe, A. Vargas, and R.D. Craver, CFEP Ch 8, pp 145-163, 2001.

Lithium/iron sulfide batteries
G.L. Henriksen and A.N. Jansen, HBA3 Ch 41, pp 41.1-41.23, 2001.

Underpotential deposition at single crystal surfaces of Au, Pt, Ag and other materials
E. Herrero, L.J. Buller, and H.D. Abruna, CHRE V 101, pp 1897-1930, 2001.

Electrodeposition of semiconductor quantum dot films
G. Hodes and I. Rubinstein, ECNM Ch 2, pp 25-65, 2001.

Electrochemical methods
A.W.E. Hodgson, ENPC V 2, Ch B1.28, pp 1701-1729, 2001.

Biological systems (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
B.R. Horrocks and G. Wittstock, SEM1 Ch 11, pp 445-519, 2001.

Screening biological specimens for drugs of forensic significance (electrophoresis)
J.C. Hudson, M.J. Malcolm, and M. Golin, CFEP Ch 20, pp 423-436, 2001.

Iron electrode batteries
J.F. Jackovitz and G.A. Bayles, HBA3 Ch 25, pp 25.1-25.26, 2001.

Shape control of precision gossamer apertures (electroactive polymers)
C.H.M. Jenkins, EAPM Ch 20, pp 595-611, 2001.

Conducting solids, covering ionic and electronic conductors
A.J. Jennings, ARCH V 97A, Ch 25, pp 475-500, 2001.

Modes of CEC separation (capillary electrochromatography)
C.M Johnson, A.P. McKeown, and M.R. Euerby, CAEC Ch 3, pp 87-110, 2001.

Clinical serum protein capillary zone electrophoresis
C.R. Jolliff, CFEP Ch 4, pp 79-91, 2001.

Serum and urine paraprotein capillary electrophoresis
C.R. Jolliff, CFEP Ch 5, pp 93-104, 2001.

Recycling of electric vehicle batteries
R.G. Jungst, UBCR Ch 10, pp 295-327, 2001.

Electrochromic and photoelectrochromic aspects of semiconductor nanostracture-molecular assembly
P.V. Kamat, ECNM Ch 8, pp 229-246, 2001.

Silver oxide batteries
A.P. Karpinski, S.F. Schiffer, and P.A. Karpinski, HBA3 Ch 33, pp 33.1-33.30, 2001.

The electrochemical and photochemical activation of redox enzymes
E. Katz, A.N. Shipway, and I. Willner, ETCH V 4, P 1, Ch 4, pp 127-231, 2001.

Small fuel cells (less than 1000 watts)
A. Kaufman and H.F. Gibbard, HBA3 Ch 43, pp 43.1-43.20, 2001.

Porous-etched semiconductors: formation and characterization
J.J. Kelly and D. Vanmaekelbergh, ECNM Ch 4, pp 103-139, 2001.

Biologically-inspired robots (electroactive polymers)
B. Kennedy, C. Melhuish, and A. Adamatzky, EAPM Ch 17, pp 497-533, 2001.

Biomimetic charge transfers through artificial membranes
S. Kihara, H. Ohde, K. Maeda, Y. Yoshida, and O. Shirai, LICB Ch 20, pp 487-514, 2001.

Design of biocompatible ion sensors (liquid/liquid interfaces)
K. Kimura, LICB Ch 24, pp 585-607, 2001.

Thermal batteries (reserve batteries)
V. Klasons and C.M. Lamb, HBA3 Ch 21, pp 21.1-21.22, 2001.

Voltaic cells in electrochemistry and surface chemistry of liquids
Z. Koczorowski, MAEC V 34, Ch 2, pp 13-52, 2001.

Interfacial potentials and cells (liquid/liquid interfaces)
Z. Koczorowski, LICB Ch 1, pp 1-22, 2001.

Quantitation of viral load (electrophoresis)
J.M. Kolesar, CFEP Ch 13, pp 237-260, 2001.

Magnesium water-activated batteries
R.F. Koontz and R.D. Lucero, HBA3 Ch 17, pp 17.1-17.27, 2001.

Application of dielectric EAP actuators (electroactive polymers)
R. Kornbluh and R. Pelrine, EAPM Ch 16, pp 457-495, 2001.

Direct methanol fuel cells: from a twentieth century electrochemist's dream to a twenty-first century emerging technology
C. Lamy, J.-M. Leger, and S. Srinivasan, MAEC V 34, Ch 3, pp 53-118, 2001.

Lipoprotein analysis (electrophoresis)
R. Lehmann, CFEP Ch 7, pp 113-144, 2001.

Capillary electrophoresis: general overview and applications in the clinical laboratory
M. Lele, S.M. Lele, J.R. Petersen, and A.A. Mohammad, CFEP Ch 1, pp 3-19, 2001.

Amino acid analysis (electrophoresis)
M.K. Linde, CFEP Ch 9, pp 167-192, 2001.

Basic concepts (batteries)
D. Linden. HBA3 Ch 1, pp 1.3-1.18, 2001.

Factors affecting battery performance
D. Linden, HBA3 Ch 3, pp 3.1-3.24, 2001.

Selection and application of batteries
D. Linden, HBA3 Ch 6, pp 6.1-6.23, 2001.

Primary batteries – introduction
D. Linden, HBA3 Ch 7, pp 7.3-7.21, 2001.

Reserve batteries – introduction
D. Linden, HBA3 Ch 16, pp 16.3-16.9, 2001.

Portable sealed nickel-metal hydride batteries
D. Linden and D. Magnusen, HBA3 Ch 29, pp 29.1-29.35, 2001.

Lithium batteries
D. Linden and T.B. Reddy, HBA3 Ch 14, pp 14.1-14.106, 2001.

Secondary batteries – introduction
D. Linden and T.B. Reddy, HBA3 Ch 22, pp 22.3-22.24, 2001.

Portable fuel cells – introduction
D. Linden and T.B. Reddy, HBA3 Ch 42, pp 42.3-42.15, 2001.

Charge transport in nanostructured thin-film electrodes
S.-E. Lindquist, A. Hagfeldt, S. Sodergren, and H. Lindstrom, ECNM Ch 6, pp 169-200, 2001.

Application of electrochemical techniques to the study of microbiologically influenced corrosion
B.J. Little and P.A. Wagner, MAEC V 34, Ch 5, pp 205-246, 2001.

Electrosynthesis of bioactive materials
R.D. Little and P. Mikesell, OEC4 Ch 19, pp 725-764, 2001.

Voltammetry at micro-ITIES (interface between two immiscible electrolyte solutions)
B. Liu and M.V. Mirkin, LICB Ch 15, pp 373-397, 2001.

Practical problems in electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 5, pp 223-292, 2001.

Cathodic reduction of nitro and related compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 9, pp 379-409, 2001.

Reduction of azomethine compounds
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 11, pp 435-451, 2001.

Electrolysis of heterocyclic compounds
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 18, pp 669-724, 2001.

Cleavages and deprotection (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 23, pp 969-1004, 2001.

Amalgam and related reductions (organic electrochemistry)
H. Lund, OEC4 Ch 28, pp 1147-1162, 2001.

Probing reactions at solid/liquid interfaces (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
J.V. Macpherson and P.R. Unwin, SEM1 Ch 12, pp 521-592, 2001.

The oscillation of membrane potential or membrane current (liquid/liquid interfaces)
K. Maeda and S. Kihara, LICB Ch 25, pp 609-628, 2001.

A review of analysis of pesticides using capillary electrophoresis
A.K. Malik and W. Faubel, CRAC V 31, pp 223-279, 2001.

Micro- and nanopatterning using the scanning electrochemical microscope
D. Mandler, SEM1 Ch 13, pp 593-627, 2001.

Kinetics and mechanisms of the dissociative reduction of C-X and X-X bonds (X = O, S)
F. Maran, D.D.M. Wayner, and M.S. Workentin, APOC V 36, pp 85-166, 2001.

Contact electroresistance method for in situ investigation of metal surface in electrolytes
V.A. Marichev, SUSR V 44, pp 51-158, 2001.

Micro, nano and molecular scale EAP (electroactive polymers)
M. Marsella, EAPM Ch 9, pp 249-263, 2001.

Haptic interfacing via ERF (electroactive polymers)
D. Mavroidis, Y. Bar-Cohen, and M. Bouzit, EAPM Ch 19, pp 567-594, 2001.

Zinc-carbon batteries (Leclanche and zinc chloride cell systems)
D.W. McComsey, HBA3 Ch 8, pp 8.1-8.45, 2001.

Quantitative measurements (electrophoresis)
B. McCord, CENA V 1, Ch 4, pp 51-66, 2001.

The application of capillary electrophoresis in the analysis of PCR products used in forensic DNA typing
B.R. McCord and J.M. Butler, CFEP Ch 14, pp 261-284, 2001.

Silver oxide batteries
S.A. Megahed, J. Passaniti, and J.C. Springstead, HBA3 Ch 12, pp 12.1-12.17, 2001.

Recycling the lithium battery
D.G. Miller and W. McLaughlin, UBCR Ch 9, pp 263-293, 2001.

Theory (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
M.V. Mirkin, SEM1 Ch 5, pp 145-199, 2001.

Charge-transfer at the liquid/liquid interface (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
M.V. Mirkin and M. Tsionsky, SEM1 Ch 8, pp 299-342, 2001.

Overview: the application of capillary electrophoresis for DNA polymorphism analysis
K.R. Mitchelson, CENA V 1, Ch 1, pp 3-26, 2001.

Anodic oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
G.W. Morrow, OEC4 Ch 16, pp 589-620, 2001.

Environmental and human health impact assessment of battery systems
H. Morrow, UBCR Ch 1, pp 1-34, 2001.

Phospholipids at liquid-liquid interfaces and their effect on charge transfer
L. Mortumaki, J.A. Manzanares, S. Mafe, and K. Kontturi, LICB Ch 22, pp 533-551, 2001.

DNA-modified electrodes. Molecular recognition of DNA and biosensor applications
K. Nakano, LICB Ch 21, pp 515-532, 2001.

Mercuric oxide batteries
D. Naylor, HBA3 Ch 11, pp 11.1-11.15, 2001.

Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry of biologically active peptides and proteins
S. Naylor and A.J. Tomlinson, CFEP Ch 16, pp 317-353, 2001.

Ionic polymer-metal composite (IPMC) (electroactive polymers)
S. Nemat-Nasser and C, Thomas, EAPM Ch 6, pp 139-191, 2001.

Reductive coupling (organic electrochemistry)
M.F. Nielsen and J.H.P. Utley, OEC4 Ch 21, pp 795-882, 2001.

Industrial and aerospace nickel-cadmium batteries
A.O. Nilsson and C.A. Baker, HBA3 Ch 26, pp 26.1-26.29, 2001.

Electron transmission through molecules and molecular interfaces
A. Nitzan, ARPC V 52, pp 681-750, 2001.

Stereochemistry of organic electrode processes
T. Nonaka and T. Fuchigami, OEC4 Ch 26, pp 1051-1102, 2001.

Organic acids (electrophoresis)
K.L. Nuttall, and N.A. Guzman, CFEP Ch 10, pp 193-208, 2001.

Transport properties of molten salts
I. Okada, MAEC V 34, Ch 4, pp 119-203, 2001.

Solid-electrolyte batteries
B.B. Owens, P.M. Skarstad, D.F. Untereker, and S. Passerini, HBA3 Ch 15, pp 15.1-15.25, 2001.

Simultaneous determination of inorganic anions and cations by capillary electrophoresis
A. Padarauskas, RACH V 20, pp 271-301, 2001.

Electroelastic instabilities in double layers and membranes (liquid/liquid interfaces)
M.B. Partenskii and P.C. Jordan, LICB Ch 3, pp 51-82, 2001.

Electrochemical techniques (charge transfer)
S.U. Pedersen and K. Daasbjerg, ETCH V 1, P 2, Ch 2, pp 422-502, 2001.

Hybrid electrochemical/chemical synthesis of semiconductor nanomaterials on graphite
R.M. Penner, ECNM Ch 1, pp 1-24, 2001.

Lead-acid batteries (collection and recycling)
A. Pescetelli, E. Paolucci, and A. Tine, UBCR Ch 8, pp 225-261, 2001.

Halogenated organic compounds
D.G. Peters, OEC4 Ch 8, pp 341-377, 2001.

Cerebrospinal fluid protein electrophoresis
J.R. Petersen and A.A. Mohammad, CFEP Ch 6, pp 105-112, 2001.

Natural muscles as a biological system (electroactive polymers)
G. Pollack, F.A. Blyakhman, F.B. Yakovenko, O.V. Yakovenko, and D.L. Dunaway, EAPM Ch 2, pp 47-66, 2001.

Industrial electroorganic chemistry
H. Putter, OEC4 Ch 31, pp 1259-1307, 2001.

Fundamentals of capillary electrochromatography
U. Pyell, ACHR V 41, Ch 1, pp 1-51, 2001.

Dye sensitization of electrodes
P. Qu and G.J. Meyer, ETCH V 4, P 2, Ch 2, pp 353-411, 2001.

Electron transfer at semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces
K. Rajeshwar, ETCH V 4, P 2, Ch 1, pp 279-352, 2001.

Applications of capillary zone electrophoresis in the analysis of metal ions of clinical significance
L.V. Rao, J.R. Petersen, A.A. Mohammad, and A.O. Okorodudu, CFEP Ch 18, pp 385-395, 2001.

Migration of charged sample components and electroosmotic flow in packedcapillary columns
A.S. Rathore and C. Horvath, CAEC Ch 1, pp 1-38, 2001.

Rechargeable lithium batteries (ambient temperature)
T.B. Reddy and S. Hossain, HBA3 Ch 34, pp 34.1-34.62, 2001.

Electroosmosis in complex media: bulk transport in CEC (capillary electrochromatography)
V.T. Remcho and P.T. Vallano CAEL Ch 4, pp 42-63, 2001.

Transformation of analytes for electrochemical detection: a review of chemical and physical approaches
M.J. Rose, S.M. Lunte, R.G. Carlson, and J.F. Stobaugh, ACHR V 41, Ch 6, pp 203-248, 2001.

Instrumentation for capillary electrochromatography
G.P. Rozing, A. Dermaux, and P. Sandra, CAEC Ch 2, pp 39-85, 2001.

Lead-acid batteries
A.J. Salkind, A.G. Cannone, and F.A. Trumbore, HBA3 Ch 23, pp 23.1-23.88, 2001.

Valve regulated lead-acid batteries
A.J. Salkind, R.O. Hammel, A.G. Cannone, and F.A. Trumbore, HBA3 Ch 24, pp 24.1-24.46, 2001.

Capacitance and surface tension measurements of liquid-liquid interfaces
Z. Samec, LICB Ch 17, pp 415-437, 2001.

Molecular hysteresis by linkage isomerizations induced by electrochemical processes
M. Sano, STAB V 99, pp 117-139, 2001.

Conductive polymers (CP) (electroactive polymers)
J.-M. Sansinena and V. Olazabal, EAPM Ch 7, pp 193-221, 2001.

Alkaline-manganese dioxide batteries
R.F. Scarr, J.C. Hunter, and P.J. Slezak, HBA3 Ch 10, pp 10.1-10.32, 2001.

Comparison between electrochemical reactions and chemical oxidations and reductions (organic electrochemistry)
H.J. Schafer, OEC4 Ch 4, pp 207-221, 2001.

Electrolytic oxidative coupling (organic electrochemistry)
H.J. Schafer, OEC4 Ch 22, pp 883-967, 2001.

Corrosion
P. Schmuki and M.J. Graham, ENPC V 3, Ch C2.8, pp 2415-2436, 2001.

Bioelectrochemical fuel cells
D. Sell, BIOT V 10, Ch 1, pp 5-23, 2001.

Voltammetric study of drugs at liquid-liquid interfaces
M. Senda, Y. Kubota, and H. Katano, LICB Ch 29, pp 683-697, 2001.

Methods and testing and characterization (electroactive polymers)
S. Sherrit and Y. Bar-Cohen, EAPM Ch 15, pp 405-453, 2001.

Serum drug monitoring by capillary electrophoresis
Z.K. Shihabi, CFEP Ch 17, pp 355-383, 2001.

Electrogenerated reagents (organic electrochemistry)
J. Simonet and J.-F. Pilard, OEC4 Ch 29, pp 1163-1225, 2001.

DNA separation mechanisms during electrophoresis
G.W. Slater, C. Desruisseaux, and S.J. Hubert, CENA V 1, Ch 2, pp 27-41, 2001.

The capillary electrochromatograph
N.W. Smith, CAEL Ch 2, pp 23-32, 2001.

Magnesium and aluminum batteries
P.C. Spellman, D.M. Larsen, R.J. Ekern, and J.E. Oxley, HBA3 Ch 9, pp 9.1-9.14, 2001.

A critique of the additivity for mixed couples
M. Spiro, MAEC V 34, Ch 1, pp 1-11, 2001.

Capillary coatings for protein analysis (electrophoresis)
K. Srinivasan, C. Pohl, and N. Avdalovic, CFEP Ch 3, pp 61-78, 2001.

Anodic oxidation of nitrogen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
E. Steckhan, OEC4 Ch 15, pp 545-588, 2001.

Electroenzymatic synthesis
E. Steckhan, OEC4 Ch 27, pp 1103-1146, 2001.

Surface electrochemistry
H.-H. Strehblow and D. Lutzenkirchen-Hecht, ENPC V 3, Ch C2.10, pp 2445-2455, 2001.

Toward ab initio theory of long-distance electron tunneling in proteins: tunneling currents approach
A.A. Stuchebrukhov, ACHP V.118, pp 1-44, 2001.

Carbon paste electrodes in modern electroanalysis
I. Svancara, K. Vyrtas, J. Barek, and J. Zima, CRAC V 31, pp 311-345, 2001.

Electrodeposition of superlattices and multilayers
J.A. Switzer, ECNM Ch 3, pp 67-101, 2001.

Advanced batteries for electric vehicles and emerging applications – introduction
P.S. Symons and P.C. Butler, HBA3 Ch 37, pp 37.3-37.25, 2001.

Modeling IPMC for design of actuation mechanisms (electroactive polymers)
S. Tadokoro, T. Takamori, and K. Oguro, EAPM Ch 13, pp 331-366, 2001.

Electrophoretic technique in the study of metal ligand interaction
B.B. Tewari, RACH V 20, pp 303-311, 2001.

Clinical and forensic drug toxicology (electrophoresis)
W. Thormann and J. Caslavska, CFEP Ch 19, pp 397-422, 2001.

Carboxylic acids
S. Torii and H. Tanaka, OEC4 Ch 14, pp 499-543, 2001.

Onboard fuel conversion for hydrogen-fuel-cell-driven vehicles
D.L. Trimm and Z.I. Onsan, CARE V 43, pp 31-84, 2001.

Liquid membrane ion-selective electrodes: response mechanism studied by optical second harmonic generation and photoswitchable ionophores as a molecular probe
Y. Umezawa, LICB Ch 18, pp 439-468, 2001.

Kinetics of homogeneous reactions coupled to heterogeneous electron transfer (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
P.R. Unwin, SEM1 Ch 7, pp 241-298, 2001.

Electrogenerated bases (organic electrochemistry)
J.H.P. Utley and M.F. Nielsen, OEC4 Ch 30, pp 1227-1257, 2001.

Electron-transfer processes in zeolites and related microheterogeneous media
A.S. Vaidyalingam, M.A. Coutant, and P.K. Dutta, ETCH V 4, P 2, Ch 3, pp 412-486, 2001.

Electron transfer at electrodes and interfaces
D. Vanmaekelbergh, ETCH V 1, P 1, Ch 4, pp 126-188, 2001.

Combined application of radiochemical and electrochemical methods for the investigation of solid/liquid interfaces
K. Varga, G. Hirschberg, P. Baradlai, and M. Nagy, SACS V 16, Ch 3, pp 341-393, 2001.

Anodic oxidation of selenium-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
H. Viertler, J. Gruber, and V.L. Pardini, OEC4 Ch 17, pp 621-668, 2001.

Interfacial electrical phenomena in green plants: action potentials
A.G. Volkov and J. Mwesigwa, LICB Ch 28, pp 649-681, 2001.

Carboxylic acids and derivatives
J.H. Wagenknecht, L. Eberson, and J.H.P. Utley, OEC4 Ch 12, pp 453-470, 2001.

Carbon nanotube actuators (electroactive polymers)
G. Wallace and G. Spinks, R. Baughman, and L. Dai, EAPM Ch 8, pp 223-246, 2001.

Modeling and analysis of the chemistry and electromechanics (electroactive polymers)
T. Wallmersperger, B. Kroeplin, and R.W. Guelch, EAPM Ch 11, pp 285-308, 2001.

Primary battery recycling in Europe
N. Watson, UBCR Ch 7, pp 177-223, 2001.

Basic principles and modes of capillary electrophoresis
H. Whatley, CFEP Ch 2, pp 21-58, 2001.

Portable rechargeable batteries in Europe: sales, uses, hoarding, collection and recycling
J.-P. Wiaux, UBCR Ch 2, pp 35-85, 2001.

Instrumentation (scanning electrochemical microscopy)
D.O. Wipf, SEM1 Ch 2, pp 17-74, 2001.

Computational chemistry (electroactive polymers)
K.E. Wise, EAPM Ch 10, pp 267-284, 2001.

Materials for rechargeable batteries and clean hydrogen energy sources
Z.S. Wronski, IMAR V 46, pp 1-49, 2001.

Microchip-based capillary electrophoresis systems
W. Xie, R. Yang, J. Xu, L. Zhang, W. Xing, and J. Cheng, CENA V 1, Ch 5, pp 67-83, 2001.

Organoelemental compounds
J.-i. Yoshida and S. Suga, OEC4 Ch 20, pp 765-794, 2001.

Steroids (electrophoresis)
C. Youh, A.A. Mohammad, and J.R. Petersen, CFEP Ch 11, pp 209-219, 2001.

Electric field activated EAP (electroactive polymers)
Q. Zhang and J. Scheinbeim, EAPM Ch 4, pp 89-120, 2001.

Electrolysis with a dropping mercury electrode: J. Heyrovsky's contributions to electrochemistry
P. Zuman, CRAC V 31, pp 281-289, 2001.


2002

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Thermodynamic and transport properties of bridging electrolyte-water systems
M.A. Abraham and M.-C. Abraham, MAEC V 35, Ch 4, pp 197-294, 2002.

Ionic conducting lanthanide oxides
G-y. Adachi, N. Imanaka, and S. Tamura, CHRE V 102, pp 2405-2429, 2002.

Electrokinetics in porous media
P.M. Adler, J.-F. Thovert, and S. Bekri, IEEP Ch 18, pp 521-554, 2002.

Electrocatalysis on surfaces modified by metal monolayers deposited at underpotentials
R. Adzic, EECH V 1, Ch 4.3, pp 561-600, 2002.

Speciation of metal ions by capillary electrophoresis
I. Ali and H.Y. Aboul-Enein, CRAC V 32, pp 337-350, 2002.

Ion redox chemistry of clays and oxides: environmental applications
J.E. Amonette, ECPC pp 89-147, 2002.

Voltammetric investigations of iron-sulfur clusters in proteins
F.A. Armstrong, EABM Ch 5, pp 143-194, 2002.

Voltammetry of proteins
F.A. Armstrong, EECH V 9, Ch 1, pp 11-29, 2002.

The role of surface films on electrodes in Li-ion batteries
D. Aurbach, ADLB Ch 1, pp 7-77, 2002.

Solid state dye-sensitized solar cells - an alternative route towards low-cost photovoltaic devices
U. Bach, EECH V 6, Ch 5.4, pp 475-491, 2002.

Ion-selective electrodes for measurements in biological fluids
E. Bakker and M.E. Meyerhoff, EECH V 9, Ch 9, pp 277-307, 2002.

Electrochemical sensors
E. Bakker and M. Telting-Diaz, ACAR V 74, pp 2781-2800, 2002.

Electrochemical detection of carbohydrates at constant potential after HPLC and CE separations (electrophoresis)
R.P. Baldwin, CHE2 Ch 26, pp 947-959, 2002.

The electrochemistry of six-membered heterocycles and their benzo derivatives
F. Barba and B. Batanero, RCCC Ch 7, pp 401-456, 2002.

Structure and pattern formation in electrochemistry
D.P. Barkey, AESE V 7, Ch 3, pp 151-191, 2002.

Electric birefringence spectroscopy: a new electrokinetic technique
T. Bellini and F. Mantegazza, IEEP Ch 14, pp 401-441, 2002.

The origin of bioelectrochemistry
P. Bianco, EECH V 9, Ch 0, pp 1-9, 2002.

Towards computational electrochemistry - a kineticist's perspective
L.K. Bieniasz, MAEC V 35, Ch 3, pp 135-195, 2002.

Ultrahigh sensitivity analysis of amino acids and peptides by capillary liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection
B.W. Boyd and R.T. Kennedy, EABM Ch 16, pp 491-521, 2002.

Lithium-ion cell production processes
R.J. Brodd and K. Tagawa, ADLB Ch 9, pp 267-288, 2002.

Aging mechanism and calendar-life predictions (lithium-ion batteries)
M. Broussely, ADLB Ch 13, pp 393-432, 2002.

Direct electrochemistry of proteins and enzymes at electrodes
J.D. Burgess and F.M. Hawkridge, EABM Ch 4, pp 109-142, 2002.

Analyzing electric double layers with the atomic force microscope
H.-J. Butt, EECH V 1, Ch 2.5, pp 225-252, 2002.

Electrodes based on the electrical "wiring" of enzymes
C.N. Campbell, A. Heller, D.J. Caruana, and D.W. Schmidtke, EABM Ch 14, pp 439-459, 2002.

Electrokinetics of n-alkane oil-in-water emulsions
E. Chibowski and A. Wiacek, IEEP Ch 32, pp 893-931, 2002.

Passivity of austenitic stainless steels
C.R. Clayton and I. Olefjord, COM2 Ch 7, pp 217-241, 2002.

The electrochemistry of monolayer protected Au clusters (nanoparticles)
D.E. Cliffel, J.F. Hicks, A.C. Templeton, and R.W. Murray, MENP Ch 12, pp 297-317, 2002.

Grafting molecular properties onto semiconductor surfaces
R. Cohen, G. Ashkenasy, A. Shanzer, and D. Cahen, EECH V 6, Ch 2.3, pp 127-152, 2002.

Crevice corrosion of metallic materials
P. Combrade, COM2 Ch 11, pp 349-397, 2002.

Factors limiting applications of the historically significant Born equation: a critical review
B.E. Conway, MAEC V 35, Ch 5, pp 295-323, 2002.

Single cell electrochemistry (bioelectrochemistry)
J.M. Cooper and S.-K. Jung, EECH V 9, Ch 2, pp 31-49, 2002.

Electrocatalytic determination of biochemical compounds
J.A. Cox and L. Cheng, EABM Ch 13, pp 417-438, 2002.

Introduction (specific adsorption)
B.B. Damaskin and O.A. Petrii, EECH V 1, Ch 3.1, pp 327-348, 2002.

Electrokinetics of mineral particles
K.K. Das, IEEP Ch 28, pp 799-824, 2002.

Electrokinetic phenomena and their experimental determination: and overview
A.V. Delgado and F.A. Arroyo, IEEP Ch 1, pp 1-54, 2002.

Electrophoretic studies of liposomes
B. De Meulenaer, P. Van der Meeren, and J. Vanderdeelen, IEEP Ch 33, pp 933-970, 2002.

Multi-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes: measurements of cell volume, membrane potential, and intracellular ion concentrations in invertebrate nerve cells (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
P.W. Dierkes, S. Neumann, A. Muller, D. Gunzel, and W.-R. Schlue, ECMT Ch 21, pp 526-540, 2002.

Electroless deposition of metals
D. Djokic, MAEC V 35, Ch 2, pp 51-133, 2002.

Nonequilibrium electric surface phenomena and extended electrokinetic characterization of particles
S.S. Dukhin and V.N. Shilov, IEEP Ch 2, pp 55-85, 2002.

Electroacoustic phenomena in concentrated dispersions: theory, experiment, applications (electrokinetics)
A.S. Dukhin, V.N. Shilov, H. Ohshima, and P.J. Goetz, IEEP Ch 17, pp 493-519, 2002.

The electrochemistry of ethers, epoxides, azirines, aziridines, oxetanes, and lactams
E. Dunach, RCCC Ch 6, pp 307-400, 2002.

Capillary electrophoresis and electrochromatography of carbohydrates
Z. El Rassi, CHE2 Ch 18, pp 597-676, 2002.

Electrochemical microanalysis
H. Emons, ECMT Ch 14, pp 371-383, 2002.

Electrodeposited nanocrystalline materials
U. Erb, K.T. Aust, and G. Palumbo, NASM Ch 5, pp 179-222, 2002.

Electrochemical studies of solid compounds and materials
D.A. Fiedler and F. Scholz, EAE1 Ch II.8, pp 211-222, 2002.

Electrochemical template synthesis of nanoscopic metal particles
C.A. Foss, MENP Ch 5, pp 119-139, 2002.

Nerve cells and lipid vesicles on silicon chips – considerations on ionimetric sensors (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
P. Fromherz, ECMT Ch 22, pp 541-559, 2002.

Fundamentals of photocatalysis (semiconductor electrodes and photoelectrochemistry)
A. Fujishima and D.A. Tryk, EECH V 6, Ch 6.1, pp 497-535, 2002.

Towards a standard for electrophoretic measurements
K. Furusawa, IEEP Ch 9, pp 219-240, 2002.

Characterization of particles and biological cells by AC electrokinetics
J. Gimsa, IEEP Ch 13, pp 369-400, 2002.

Oxide cathodes (lithium-ion batteries)
J.B. Goodenough, ADLB Ch 4, pp 135-154, 2002.

Electrodeposition of metal nanoparticles on graphite and silicon
S. Gorer, H. Liu, R.M. Stiger, M.P. Zach, J.V. Zoval, and R.M. Penner, MENP Ch 10, pp 237-259, 2002.

Electrochemistry of NAD(P)+/NAD(P)H
L. Gorton and E. Dominguez, EECH V 9, Ch 4, pp 67-143, 2002.

Conducting solids
R.K.B. Gover and P.R. Slater, ARCH V 98A, Ch 26, pp 505-529, 2002.

Electrokinetics of gas bubbles
A. Graciaa, P. Creux, and J. Lachaise, IEEP Ch 29, pp 825-836, 2002.

Carbonyl compounds (aldehydes, ketones, acetals, esters, amides and acids)
J. Grimshaw, RCCC Ch 2, pp 53-107, 2002.

Relaxation mechanisms of homogeneous particles and cells suspended in aqueous electrolyte solutions (electrokinetics)
C. Grosse, IEEP Ch 11, pp 277-327, 2002.

Fluorphore-assisted carbohydrate electrophoresis (FACE): rapid enzymatic analysis of oligosaccharide mixtures from recombinant glycoproteins for batch comparability
C. Hague, I. Masada, and B.K. Brandley, CHE2 Ch 21, pp 787-798, 2002.

Impedance analysis of DNA and DNA-drug interactions on thin mercury film electrodes
S. Hason, J. Dvorak, F. Jelen, and V. Vetterl, CRAC V 32, pp 167-179, 2002.

Application for homogeneous electrochemistry: measurements of fast reaction kinetics (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
J. Heinze and K. Borgwarth, ECMT Ch 2, pp 32-65, 2002.

Surfactant-stabilized emulsions from an electrokinetic perspective
O.B. Ho, IEEP Ch 31, pp 869-891, 2002.

Preparation of nanocrystalline semiconductor materials
G. Hodes and Y. Mastai, EECH V 6, Ch 3.1, pp 173-184, 2002.

Studies on carbohydrate-protein interaction by high performance capillary affinity electrophoresis
S. Honda and A. Taga, CHE2 Ch 19, pp 677-690, 2002.

Anodic alumina
D. Honicke and E. Dietzsch, HBPS V 3, Ch 4.5.2, pp 1395-1431, 2002.

Advanced plating technology for electronics packaging
H. Honma and H. Watanabe, ECMT Ch 8, pp 224-244, 2002.

State of art: present knowledge and understanding (specific adsorption)
G. Horanyi, EECH V 1, Ch 3.2, pp 349-382, 2002.

Capillary electrophoresis for the analysis of biopolymers
S. Hu and N.J. Dovichi, ACAR V 74, pp 2833-2850, 2002.

Kinetics of electrochemical reactions
G. Inzelt, EAE1 Ch I.3, pp 29-48, 2002.

Chronocoulometry
G. Inzelt, EAE1 Ch II.4, pp 137-148, 2002.

Electrochemical sensors and their impedances: a tutorial
J. Janata, CRAC V 32, pp 109-120, 2002.

Mechanism and kinetics of neurotransmission measured in brain slices with cyclic voltammetry
J.D. Joseph and R.M. Wightman, EABM Ch 8, pp 255-278, 2002.

Electrochemistry of metalloporphyrins in nonaqueous media
K.M. Kadish and E. Van Caemelbecke, EECH V 9, Ch 6, pp 175-228, 2002.

Potentiometry
H. Kahlert, EAE1 Ch II.9, pp 223-241, 2002.

Reference electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
H. Kahlert, EAE1 Ch III.2, pp 261-278, 2002.

Capillary electrophoresis of intact and depolymerized glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans
N.K. Karamanos and A. Hjerpe, CHE2 Ch 22, pp 799-826, 2002.

Mediated electron-transfer between redox-enzymes and electrode supports
E. Katz, A.N. Shipway, and I. Willner, EECH V 9, Ch 17, pp 559-626, 2002.

Anodic dissolution (corrosion)
M. Keddam, COM2 Ch 4, pp 97-169, 2002.

Sedimentation potential and electric conductivity of suspensions of polyelectrolyte-coated particles
H.J. Keh, IEEP Ch 15, pp 443-479, 2002.

Charge migration through the DNA double helix
S.A. Kelley, EABM Ch 1, pp 1-26, 2002.

Photoelectrochemical systems characterization
J.J. Kelly, D. Vanmaelkelbergh, Z. Hens, and Z. Hensalso, EECH V 6, Ch 2.1, pp 59-105, 2002.

Electrophoresis theory of nonspherical particles
J.Y. Kim and B.J. Yoon, IEEP Ch 7, pp 173-197, 2002.

Electrochemistry of halogenated organic compounds
L.J. Klein and D.G. Peters, RCCC Ch 1, pp 1-51, 2002.

Electrophoretic fingerprinting and multiparameter analysis of cells and particles
E. Knippel and A. Budde, IEEP Ch 24, pp 693-716, 2002.

The initial stages of metal deposition viewed by scanning tunneling microscopy
D.M. Kolb, AESE V 7, Ch 2, pp 107-150, 2002.

Working electrodes (electroanalytical chemistry)
S. Komorsky-Lovric, EAE1 Ch III.1, pp 245-260, 2002.

Electrolytes (electroanalytical chemistry)
S. Komorsky-Lovric, EAE1 Ch III.3, pp 279-300, 2002.

Electrochemical interfaces: at the border line
A.A. Kornyshev, E. Spohr, and M,A. Vorotyntsev, EECH V 1, Ch 2.1, pp 33-132, 2002.

Evaluation and usage of electrostatic potentials in the interfacial layers (electrokinetics)
D. Kovacevic, A. Cop, and N. Kallay, IEEP Ch 4, pp 99-121, 2002.

Pulsed electrochemical detection of carbohydrates at noble metal electrodes following liquid chromatographic and electrophoretic separation
W.R. LaCourse, CHE2 Ch 25, pp 905-946, 2002.

Applications of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to hydrogen adsorption, evolution and absorption into metals
A. Lasia, MAEC V 35, Ch 1, pp 1-49, 2002.

Introduction to surface reactions: electrochemical basis of corrosion
D. Landolt, COM2 Ch 1, pp 1-17, 2002.

Electrophoresis of biological cells: models
E. Lee, F.-Y. Yen, and J.-P. Hsu, IEEP Ch 23, pp 671-691, 2002.

Macroporous microstructures including silicon (semiconductor electrodes and photoelectrochemistry)
C. Levy-Clement, EECH V 6, Ch 3.2, pp 185-237, 2002.

Electrokinetic effects on pressure-driven liquid flow in microchannels
D. Li, IEEP Ch 19, pp 555-582, 2002.

Photoelectrochemical solar energy storage cells
S. Licht, EECH V 6, Ch 4.2, pp 317-345, 2002.

Optimizing photoelectrochemical solar energy conversion: multiple bandgap and solution phase phenomena
S. Licht, EECH V 6, Ch 4.4, pp 358-391, 2002.

Electrochemical microcells and surface analysis (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
M.M. Lohrengel and A. Moehring, ECMT Ch 4, pp 104-121, 2002.

Square-wave voltammetry
M. Lovric, EAE1 Ch II.3, pp 111-136, 2002.

Stripping voltammetry
M. Lovric, EAE1 Ch II.7, pp 191-210, 2002.

Micro-electroforming of miniaturized devices for chemical applications
H. Lowe, W. Ehrfeld, and J. Schiewe, ECMT Ch 9, pp 245-268, 2002.

Nitro compounds, azides and related compounds
H. Lund, RCCC Ch 3, pp 109-166, 2002.

Capillary electrophoresis/electrochemistry: instrument design and bioanalytical applications
S.M. Lunte, R.S. Martin, and C.E. Lunte, EABM Ch 15, pp 461-490, 2002.

Electrical double layers. Double layers at single-crystal and polycrystalline Electrodes
E. Lust, EECH V 1, Ch 2.4, pp 188-224, 2002.

The role of surface conduction in the development of electrokinetics
J. Lyklema, IEEP Ch 3, pp 87-97, 2002.

Growth and stability of passive films
B. MacDougall and M.J. Graham, COM2 Ch 6, pp 189-216, 2002.

Clays and electrochemistry: an introduction
S. Macha, S. Baker, and A. Fitch, ECPC pp 1-62, 2002.

Ordered anion adlayers on metal electrode surfaces
O. M. Magnussen, CHRE V 102, pp 679-725, 2002.

Electrophoresis and polymer-coated particles
K. Makino, IEEP Ch 25, pp 717-747, 2002.

Electrochemical measurements of nitric oxide in biological systems
T. Malinski, EECH V 9, Ch 7, pp 229-256, 2002.

Structure and dynamics of nanocomposite polymer electrolyte
E. Manias, A.Z. Panagiotopoulos, D.B. Zax, and E.P. Giannelis, ECPC pp 185-205, 2002.

Surface science studies of model fuel cell electrocatalysts
N.M. Markovic and P.N. Ross, SUSR V 45, pp 117-229, 2002.

Cyclic voltammetry
F. Marken, A. Neudeck, and A.M. Bond, EAE1 Ch II.1, pp 51-97, 2002.

Electrokinetics of protein-coated latex particles
A. Martin-Rodriguez, J.L. Ortega-Vinuesa, and R. Hidalgo-Alvarez, IEEP Ch 22, pp 641-670, 2002.

Advances in electrochemical supercapacitors
M. Mastragostino, F. Soavi, and C. Arbizzani, ADLB Ch 16, pp 481-505, 2002.

A critical review of electrokinetics of monodispresed colloids
E. Matijevic, IEEP Ch 8, pp 199-218, 2002.

Aggregation of liposomes and effects of electric field on it (electrokinetics)
H. Matsumura and K. Furusawa IEEP Ch 34, pp 971-982, 2002.

Microsystems for biosensing nucleic acids and immuno proteins (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
T. Matsunaga and T.-K. Lim, ECMT Ch 19, pp 485-511, 2002.

Dye-sensitized regenerative solar cells
A.J. McEvoy and M. Gratzel, EECH V 6, Ch 5.1, pp 397-406, 2002.

Application of optical micro-methods and lasers in electrochemistry (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
A. Michaelis and S. Kudelka, ECMT Ch 5, pp 122-155, 2002.

Electrochemistry in bioanalysis
S.R. Mikkelsen, EECH V 9, Ch 10, pp 309-340, 2002.

Photoelectrochemical etching
H. Minoura and T. Sugiura, EECH V 6, Ch 6.4, pp 573-586, 2002.

Fundamentals of scanning electrochemical microscopy (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
M.V. Mirkin and B.R. Horrocks, ECMT Ch 3, pp 66-103, 2002.

Electrokinetic phenomena of the second kind
N.A. Mishchuk and S.S. Dukhin, IEEP Ch 10, pp 241-275, 2002.

Preparation of carbohydrates for analysis by modern chromatography and electrophoresis
A.J. Mort and M.L. Pierce, CHE2 Ch 1, pp 3-38, 2002.

Scanning probe microscopy as an analysis tool (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
L.A. Nagahara, ECMT Ch 17, pp 429-464, 2002.

Enzyme reactors and enzyme electrodes for the liquid chromatographic determination of carbohydrates
L.J. Nagels, CHE2 Ch 29, pp 1071-1100, 2002.

Capacitance, luminescence, and related optical techniques (semiconductor electrodes and photoelectrochemistry)
Y. Nakato, EECH V 6, Ch 2.4, pp 153-168, 2002.

Dyes for semiconductor sensitization
M.K. Nazeeruddin and M. Gratzel, EECH V 6, Ch 5.2, pp 407-431, 2002.

Analytical application of silver composite electrode
T. Navratil and M. Kopanica, CRAC V 32, pp 153-166, 2002.

Charge transport in dye-sensitized systems (semiconductor electrodes and photoelectrochemistry)
J. Nelson, EECH V 6, Ch 5.3, pp 432-474, 2002.

Polyelectrolytes in solution and at surfaces
R.R. Netz and D. Andelman, EECH V 1, Ch 2.7, pp 282-322, 2002.

UV/Vis/IR spectroelectrochemistry
A. Neudeck, F. Marksen, and R.G. Compton, EAE1 Ch II.6, pp 167-189, 2002.

New microelectrode arrays for biosensing and membrane electroporation (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
E. Neumann and K. Tonsing, ECMT Ch 20, pp 512-525, 2002.

Stress-corrosion cracking mechanisms
R.C. Newman, COM2 Ch 12, pp 399-450, 2002.

Interfacial properties of proteins/spectroelectrochemical studies
K. Niki, EECH V 9, Ch 11, pp 341-364, 2002.

Lithium-ion secondary batteries with gelled polymer electrolytes
Y. Nishi, ADLB Ch 7, pp 233-249, 2002.

Microelectrode techniques for characterization of advanced materials for battery and sensor applications (electrochemical microsystem technologies)
M. Nishizawa and I. Uchida, ECMT Ch 18, pp 465-482, 2002.

Carbon anodes (lithium-ion batteries)
Z. Ogumi and M. Inaba, ADLB Ch 2, pp 79-101, 2002.

Amperometric solid-state gas sensors: materials for their active components
F. Opekar and K. Stulik, CRAC V 32, pp 253-259, 2002.

Electrophoresis of charged particles and drops
H. Ohshima, IEEP Ch 5, pp 123-146, 2002.

Fundamental and practical aspects of the electroless deposition reaction
E.J. O'Sullivan, AESE V 7, Ch 5, pp 225-273, 2002.

Batteries for micropower applications
B.B. Owens, C.L. Holmes, J. Bates, W.H. Smyrl, N.J. Dudney, B.J. Neudecker, and S. Passerini, ECMT Ch 11, pp 286-320, 2002.

Sedimentation and flotation potential: theory and measurements
M. Ozaki and H. Sasaki, IEEP Ch 16, pp 481-492, 2002.

Electrochemical analysis of nucleic acids
E. Palecek, M. Fojta, F. Jelen, and V. Vetterl, EECH V 9, Ch 12, pp 365-429, 2002.

Electrochemistry of nucleic acids and development of DNA sensors
E. Palecek and F. Jelen, CRAC V 32, pp 261-270, 2002.

Potentiometric measurements of proteins
J. Pellett and M. Stankovich, EECH V 9, Ch 15, pp 485-509, 2002.

Natural products and medicinally important compounds (organic electrochemistry)
J.D. Parrish and R.D. Little, RCCC Ch 8, pp 457-485, 2002.

Carbon fiber microelectrodes for the in vivo measurement of neurotransmitters: a close up look at petrochemical activity
J.L. Peters, N.V. Kulagina, H. Yang, and A.C. Michael, EECH V 9, Ch 14, pp 461-484, 2002.

Electrode potentials
O.A. Petrii and G.A. Tsirlina, EECH V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-25, 2002.

Chemical gas sensors based on organic semiconductor polypyrrole
K. Potje-Kamloth, CRAC V 32, pp 121-140, 2002.

Electric double layer interactions in bacterial adhesion to surfaces
A.T. Poortinga, R. Bos, W. Norde, and H.J. Busscher, SUSR V 47, pp 1-32, 2002.

Fundamentals of semiconductor electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry
K. Rajeshwar, EECH V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-53, 2002.

Applications of TiO2 photocatalysis
T.N. Rao, D.A. Tryk, and A. Fujishima, EECH V 6, Ch 6.2, pp 536-561, 2002.

Electrochemical passivation of Si and SiGe surfaces
J. Rappich and T. Dittrich, THFI V 29, Ch 2, pp 135-259, 2002.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
U. Retter and H. Lohse, EAE1 Ch II.5, pp 149-166, 2002.

Electrokinetic methods employed in the characterization of microfiltration and ultrafiltration membranes
L. Rieq, A. Szymczyk, and P. Fievet, IEEP Ch 20, pp 583-617, 2002.

Comparison between liquid state and solid state electrochemistry (double layer)
I. Riess, EECH V 1, Ch 2.6, pp 253-281, 2002.

Microfabrication of electrode surfaces for biosensors
S.E. Rosenwald and W.G. Kuhr, EABM Ch 12, pp 399-415, 2002.

Polyion and surfactant films on electrodes
J.F. Rusling and Z. Zhang, EABM Ch 6, pp 195-231, 2002.

Electrochemistry of peroxidases
T. Ruzgas, A. Lindgren, L. Gorton, H.-J. Hecht, J. Reichelt, and U. Bilitewski, EABM Ch 7, pp 233-254, 2002.

Electrochemical detection of peptides
E. Sahlin, A.T. Beisler, S.G. Weber, and M. Sandberg, EABM Ch 11, pp 367-398, 2002.

Temperature effects on Li-ion cell performance
M. Salomon, H-p. Lin, E.J. Plichta, and M. Hendrickson, ADLB Ch 11, pp 309-344, 2002.

The electrochemistry of arenes, styrenes and arylalkenes
A.J. Savall, RCCC Ch 4, pp 167-224, 2002.

Enzyme electrodes
F.W. Scheller and U. Wollenberger, EECH V 9, Ch 13, pp 431-459, 2002.

Electrical double layers: theory and simulations
W. Schmickler, EECH V 1, Ch 2.2, pp 133-161, 2002.

Corrosion of microsystems
G. Schmitt, ECMT Ch 13, pp 329-368, 2002.

Thermodynamics of electrochemical reactions
F. Scholz, EAE1 Ch I.2, pp 9-28, 2002.

Textbooks on fundamental electrochemistry and electroanalytical techniques
F. Scholz, EAE1 Ch IV.2, pp 315-318, 2002.

Seminal publications in electrochemistry and electroanalysis
F. Scholz, G. Inzelt, and Z. Stojek, EAE1 Ch IV.1, pp 309-313, 2002.

Electrochemical microsystem technologies: principles
W. Schultze, ECMT Ch 1, pp 3-31, 2002.

Lithium polymer electrolytes (lithium-ion batteries)
B. Scrosati, ADLB Ch 8, pp 251-266, 2002.

Low-voltage lithium-ion cells
B. Scrosati, ADLB Ch 10, pp 289-308, 2002.

The photoelectrochemistry of semiconductor/electrolyte solar cells
M. Sharon, EECH V 6, Ch 4.1, pp 287-316, 2002.

Solar photoelectrochemical generation of hydrogen fuel
M. Sharon and S. Licht, EECH V 6, Ch 4.3, pp 346-357, 2002.

Electrochemical synthesis and optical properties of gold nanorods
C.-W. Shih, W.-C. Lai, C.-C. Hwang, S.-S. Chang, and C.R.C. Wang, MENP Ch 7, pp 163-182, 2002.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy applied to biological systems
H. Shiku, H. Ohya, and T. Matsue, EECH V 9, Ch 8, pp 257-275, 2002.

Suspensions in an alternating electric field: dielectric and electrorotation spectroscopies (electrokinetics)
V.N. Shilov, A.V. Delgado, F. Gonzalez-Caballero, C. Grosse, and E. Donath, IEEP Ch 12, pp 329-367, 2002.

Deposition of (multiple junction) semiconductor surfaces
T. Soga, EECH V 6, Ch 2.2, pp 106-126, 2002.

Electrochemical monitoring of exocytosis from individual PC12 cells in culture
L.A. Sombers and A.G. Ewing, EABM Ch 9, pp 279-327, 2002.

Electrokinetic investigations of clay mineral particles
I. Sondi and V. Pravdic, IEEP Ch 27, pp 773-797, 2002.

Electroviscoelasticity of liquid/liquid interfaces (electrokinetics)
A.M. Spasic, IEEP Ch 30, pp 837-867, 2002.

Scale-up of lithium-ion cells and batteries
R. Spotnitz, ADLB Ch 14, pp 433-457, 2002.

Electrical surface properties and electrokinetics of colloidal particles: theory and applications
R. Sprycha, IEEP Ch 26, pp 749-771, 2002.

Electrodeposition of transition metal-aluminum alloys from chloroaluminate molten salts
G.R. Stafford and C.L. Hussey, AESE V 7, Ch 6, pp 275-347, 2002.

Nucleation and growth in microsystem technology
G. Staikov, ECMT Ch 6, pp 156-84, 2002.

Electrokinetics and surface charges of spherical polystyrene particles
H.N. Stein, IEEP Ch 21, pp 619-639, 2002.

Electrochemical atomic layer epitaxy (EC-ALE): nanoscale control in the electrodeposition of compound semiconductors
J.L. Stickney, AESE V 7, Ch 1, pp 1-105, 2002.

Electrodeposition of compound semiconductors by electrochemical atomic layer epitaxy (EC-ALE)
J.L. Stickney, T.L. Wade, B.H. Flowers, R. Vaidyanathan, and U. Happek, EECH V 1, Ch 4.2, pp 513-560, 2002.

Review of electrocodeposition
J.L. Stojak, J. Fransaer, and J.B. Talbot, AESE V 7, Ch 4, pp 193-223, 2002.

The electrochemical double layer and its structure
Z. Stojek, EAE1 Ch I.1, pp 3-8, 2002.

Pulse voltammetry
Z. Stojek, EAE1 Ch II.2, pp 99-110, 2002.

Experimental setup (electroanalytical chemistry)
Z. Stojek, EAE1 Ch III.4, pp 301-305, 2002.

Mechanism of pitting corrosion
H.-H. Strehblow, COM2 Ch 8, pp 243-285, 2002.

Inorganic nanoparticles with fullerine-like structure and nanotubes; some electrochemical and photoelectrochemical aspects
R. Tenne, EECH V 6, Ch 3.3, pp 238-281, 2002.

Mathematical modeling of lithium batteries
K.E. Thomas, J. Newman, and R.M. Darling, ADLB Ch 12, pp 345-392, 2002.

Membrane electrochemistry (bioelectrochemistry)
H.T. Tien and A. Ottova, EECH V 9, Ch 16, pp 511-557, 2002.

Analysis of glycoproteins and their glycopeptide and glycan fragments by electrophoresis and capillary electrophoresis
N.T. Tran, M. Cabanes-Marheteau, and M. Taverna, CHE2 Ch 20, pp 691-785, 2002.

Charging, monitoring and control (lithium-ion batteries)
W.A. van Schlakwijk, ADLB Ch 15, pp 459-480, 2002.

Electrophoresis of complex and interacting particles
D. Velegol, J.L. Anderson, and Y. Solomentsev, IEEP Ch 6, pp 147-172, 2002.

Electron transport in electrodes modified with synthetic clays containing electrochemically active transition metal sites
G. Villemure, ECPC pp 149-184, 2002.

Electrochemical double layers: liquid-liquid interfaces
A.G. Volkov and V.S. Markin, EECH V 1, Ch 2.3, pp 162-187, 2002.

Manganese vanadates and molybdates as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
M. Wakihara, H. Ikuta, and Y. Uchimoto, ADLB Ch 3, pp 103-133, 2002.

Phase transitions in two-dimensional adlayers at electrode surfaces: thermodynamics, kinetics, and structural aspects
T. Wandlowski, EECH V 1, Ch 3.3, pp 383-467, 2002.

Electrochemical DNA biosensors
J. Wang, EABM Ch 2, pp 27-41, 2002.

Ionic liquids for lithium-ion and related batteries
A. Webber and G.E. Blomgren, ADLB Ch 6, pp 185-232, 2002.

Electrochemical immunoassay
C.A. Wijayawardhana, H.B. Halsall, and W.R. Heineman, EECH V 9, Ch 5, pp 145-174, 2002.

Milestones of electrochemical imunoassay at Cincinnati
C.A. Wijayawardhana, H.B. Halsall, and W.R. Heineman, EABM Ch 10, pp 329-365, 2002.

Amplified and specific electronic transduction of DNA sensing processes in monolayer and thin-film assemblies
I. Willner, E. Katz, and B. Willner, EABM Ch 3, pp 43-107, 2002.

Application of Langmuir-Blodgett method for preparing a clay-modified electrode
A. Yamagishi, ECPC pp 63-87, 2002.

Liquid electrolytes (lithium-ion batteries)
J-i. Yamaki, ADLB Ch 5, pp 155-183, 2002.

Polycyclic arenes, quinomethanes and larger ring systems, including heterocyles
S. Yamamura, RCCC Ch 5, pp 225-305, 2002.

Atomically controlled electrochemical deposition and dissolution of noble metals (underpotential deposition)
S. Ye and K. Uosaki, EECH V 1, Ch 4.1, pp 471-512, 2002.

Silverless photography - optical image recordings by means of photoelectrochemical processes
H. Yoneyama, EECH V 6, Ch 6.3, pp 562-572, 2002.

Capacitors and micropower systems
A. Yoshida, ECMT Ch 10, pp 271-285, 2002.

Nontoxic electrodes of solid amalgams
B. Yosypchuk and L. Novotny, CRAC V 32, pp 141-151, 2002.

Bioelectronics
C. Ziegler, EECH V 9, Ch 3, pp 51-66, 2002.


2003

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EXAFS, XANES, SSX (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
R.R. Adzic, J.X. Wang, B.M. Ocko, and J. McBreen, HBFC V 2, Ch 20, pp 279-301, 2003.

Temperature- and field-effect-modulation techniques for thin-film metal oxide gas sensors
S. Ahlers, T. Becker, W. Hellmich, C. Bosch-v. Braunmuhl, and G. Muller, AGSE Ch 6, pp 123-159, 2003.

Composite membranes for medium-temperature PEM fuel cells
G. Alberti and M. Casciola, ARMS V 33, pp 129-154, 2003.

Composite and biocomposite materials for electrochemical sensing
S. Alegret and A. Merkoci, WCAC V 39, Ch 8, pp 377-411, 2003.

Stripping of copper and copper alloy coatings
Z. Ali-Abbassi, EPCA Ch 9, pp 211-219, 2003.

A state-of-the-art of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies: diffusion perspectives and barriers
T. Alleau, EDFC Ch 1, pp 23-42, 2003.

Novel nanostructured material based on transition metal compounds for electrocatalysis
N. Alonso-Vante, CENP Ch 26, pp 931-958, 2003.

Chevrel phases and chalcogenides (oxygen reduction in fuel cells)
N. Alonso-Vante, HBFC V 2, Ch 36, pp 534-543, 2003.

Fuel cells in Canada: from entrepreneurship to innovation clustering
F. Amesse, A. Avadikyan, and L. Legault, EDFC Ch 6, pp 159-166, 2003.

Interconnects (solid oxide fuel cell)
H.U. Anderson and F. Tietz, SOFC Ch 7, pp 173-195, 2003.

Metal-support interaction in low temperature fuel cell electrocatalysts
A.S. Arico, P.L. Antonucci, and V. Antonucci, CENP Ch 17, pp 613-643, 2003.

Recycling and effluent treatment (copper and copper alloy electrocoatings)
K. Assmann, EPCA Ch 10, pp 221-246, 2003.

Introduction: the economic dynamics of fuel cell technologies
A. Avadikyan, P. Cohendet, and J.-A. Heraud, EDFC Ch 0, pp 1-19, 2003.

The Japanese R&D system in the field of fuel cell vehicles
A. Avadikyan and Y. Harayama, EDFC Ch 7, pp 187-206, 2003.

The partnership for a new generation of vehicles and the US DoE transportation fuel cells programme
A. Avadikyan and P. Larrue, EDFC Ch 5, pp 133-158, 2003.

Nanoparticle surfaces studied by electrochemical NMR
P.K. Babu, E. Oldfield, and A. Wieckowski, MAEC V 36, Ch 1, pp 1-50, 2003.

Polycrystalline diamond-based electrochemical sensors and their applications in inorganic and organic analysis
S.G. Bairu, R.-I. Stefan, and J.F. van Staden, CRAC V 32, pp 145-153, 2003.

System design for stationary power generation (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
F. Barbir, HBFC V 4, Ch 51, pp 683-692, 2003.

Direct hydrocarbon SOFCs (solid oxide fuel cells and systems)
S.A. Barnett, HBFC V 4, Ch 78, pp 1098-1108, 2003.

State-of-the-art characterization of single crystal surfaces: a view of nanostructures
M. Batzill, S. Banerjee, and B. Koel, CENP Ch 4, pp 109-169, 2003.

Authothermal reforming (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
F. Baumann, S. Wieland, M. Himmen, and D.W. Agar, HBFC V 3, Ch 19, pp 219-228, 2003.

The properties of copper and copper alloy coatings
M.E. Baumgartner and A. Zielonka, EPCA Ch 4, pp 75-86, 2003.

Electrochemical energy storage
D. Berndt, BTH2 Ch 1, pp 1-100, 2003.

MCFC fuel cell systems (molten carbonate fuel cell systems for electric utilities)
M. Bischoff, M. Farooque, S. Satou, and A. Torazza, HBFC V 4, Ch 92, pp 1260-1275, 2003.

Introduction to the electroadsorptive effect and its applications
M. Bogner and T. Doll, AGSE Ch 1, pp 1-39, 2003.

Nanomaterials as precursors for electrocatalysts
H. Bonnemann and R. Richards, CENP Ch 10, pp 343-377, 2003.

Recent advances in materials for fuel cells
N.P. Brandon, S. Skinner, and B.C.H. Steele, ARMS V 33, pp 183-213, 2003.

Stack materials and stack design (phosphoric acid fuel cells and systems, PAFC)
R.B. Breault, HBFC V 4, Ch 59, pp 797-810, 2003.

Reaction mechanisms of the H2 oxidation/evolution reaction (fuel cells)
M.W. Breiter, HBFC V 2, Ch 25, pp 361-367, 2003.

Step and pulse techniques
C.M.A. Brett and A.M.O. Brett, EECH V 3, Ch 2.2, pp 105-124, 2003.

Digital simulation in electroanalytical chemistry
D. Britz, EECH V 3, Ch 1.3, pp 51-71, 2003.

Atomic structure of Cu(111) surfaces in dilute sulfuric acid solutions
P. Broeckmann, M. Wilms, M. Arenz, A. Spanig, and K. Wandelt, SLIN pp 141-197, 2003.

Small-size PEM systems for special applications (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
F.N. Buchi, HBFC V 4, Ch 83, pp 1152-1162, 2003.

Metals from sulfide minerals: the role of adsorption of organic reagents in processing technologies
A.N. Buckley, G.A. Hope, and R. Woods, SLIN pp 61-96, 2003.

Rationales for co-operation between firms and States within an emerging radical innovation (fuel cell technologies)
B. Bourgeois and S. Mima, EDFC Ch 3, pp 79-113, 2003.

The current-potential relationship
E.J. Calvo, EECH V 2, Ch 1.1, pp 3-30, 2003.

Chemically modified electrodes with integrated biomolecules and molecular wires
E.J. Calvo, C. Danilowicz, E. Forzani, A. Wolosiuk, and M. Otero, WCAC V 39, Ch 7, pp 327-376, 2003.

Aqueous carbonate electrolyte fuel cells
E.J. Cairns, HBFC V 1, Ch 17, pp 301-304, 2003.

History (fuel cells)
E. Chen, FCHB Ch 2, pp 2.1-2.40, 2003.

Thermodynamics and electrochemical kinetics (fuel cells)
E. Chen, FCHB Ch 3, pp 3.1-3.30, 2003.

In situ infrared spectroelectrochemistry
P.A. Christensen, EECH V 3, Ch 3.5, pp 530-571, 2003.

Hydrogen/oxygen (air) fuel cells with alkaline electrolytes
M. Cifrain and K. Kordesch, HBFC V 1, Ch 14, pp 267-280, 2003.

Catalyst coated composite membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
S. Cleghorn, J. Kolde, and W. Liu, HBFC V 3, Ch 44, pp 566-575, 2003.

STM and infrared spectroscopy in studies of fuel cell model catalysts: particle structure and reactivity
J.A. Collins and U. Stimming, CENP Ch 15, pp 531-581, 2003.

Column technology for capillary electrochromatography
L.A. Colon, T.D. Malony, J. Anspach, and H.Colon, ACHR V 42, Ch 2, pp 43-106, 2003.

Photoactivation of semiconductor gas sensors operating at room temperature
E. Comini, G. Faglia, and G. Sberveglieri, AGSE Ch 8, pp 185-199, 2003.

Sonoelectrochemistry: physical aspects
R.G. Compton, J.L. Hardcastle, and J. del Campo, EECH V 3, Ch 2.8, pp 290-311, 2003.

Sonoelectrochemistry: applications
R.G. Compton, J.L. Hardcastle, and J. del Campo, EECH V 3, Ch 2.9, pp 312-327, 2003.

Ultrasound and electrosynthesis
R.G. Compton, J.L. Hardcastle, and J. del Campo, EECH V 3, Ch 2.10, pp 328-349, 2003.

Electrochemical supercapacitors and their complimentarity to fuel cells
B.E. Conway, HBFC V 2, Ch 49, pp 734-746, 2003.

Effects of particle size and support on some catalytic properties of metallic and bimetallic catalysts
B. Coq and F. Figueras, CENP Ch 23, pp 847-875, 2003.

Spectroelectrochemistry: in situ UV-visible spectroscopy
J.A. Crayston, EECH V 3, Ch 3.4, pp 491-529, 2003.

Electrochemical nickel-phosphorus alloy formation
B.P. Daly and F.J. Barry, IMAR V 48, pp 326-338, 2003.

Novel catalysts, catalyst support and catalyst coated membrane methods (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M.K. Debe, HBFC V 3, Ch 45, pp 576-590, 2003.

Supported electrolyte thin film synthesis for solid oxide fuel cells
L.C. De Jonghe, C.P. Jacobson, and S.J. Visco, ARMS V 33, pp 169-182, 2003.

Seawater aluminum/air cells
J.P.I. de Souza and W. Vielstich, HBFC V 1, Ch 23, pp 409-415, 2003.

Hy.Power – a technology platform combining a fuel cell system and a supercapacitor (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
P. Dietrich, F. Buchi, A. Tsukada, M. Bartschi, R. Kotz, G.G. Scherer, P. Rodatz, O. Garcia, M. Ruge, M. Wollenberg, P. Luck, A. Wartalle, C. Schofelder, A. Schneuwly, and P. Barrade, HBFC V 4, Ch 87, pp 1184-1198, 2003.

Low temperature fuel cells (heat transfer)
J. Divisek, HBFC V 1, Ch 9, pp 99-114, 2003.

High temperature fuel cells (heat transfer)
J. Divisek, HBFC V 1, Ch 10, pp 115-133, 2003.

Energy storage via electrolysis/fuel cells
J. Divisek and B. Emonts, HBFC V 1, Ch 24, pp 416-433, 2003.

Perfluorinated menbranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M. Doyle and G. Rajendran, HBFC V 3, Ch 30, pp 351-396, 2003.

Structural transitions in organic adlayers – a molecular view (single crystal electrodes)
T. Dretschkow and T. Wandlowski, SLIN pp 259-321, 2003.

Conductive metal-oxide nanoparticles on synthetic boron-doped diamond surfaces (electrocatalysis)
I. Duo, S. Ferro, A. De Battisti, and C. Comninellis, CENP Ch 24, pp 877-906 2003.

High energy batteries
C.-H. Dustmann, BTH2 Ch 10, pp 255-274, 2003.

Methanol from fossil and renewable resources (fuel cells)
R. Edinger, G. Isenberg, and B. Hohlein, HBFC V 3, Ch 3, pp 39-48, 2003.

Internal reforming (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
K. Eguchi, HBFC V 4, Ch 75, pp 1057-1069, 2003.

Making of inorganic materials by electrochemical methods (in ionic liquids)
F. Endres, ILSY Ch 6.2, pp 294-318, 2003.

Electrochemical nanostructuring of surfaces
G. Ertl and R. Schuster, CENP Ch 6, pp 211-238, 2003.

System design (molten carbonate fuel cells and systems, MCFC)
M. Farooque and H. Ghezel-Ayagh, HBFC V 4, Ch 68, pp 942-968, 2003.

New material needs for hydrocarbon fuel processing: generating hydrogen for the PEM fuel cell
R. Farrauto, S. Hwang, L. Shore, W. Reuttinger, J. Lampert, T. Giroux, Y. Liu, and O. Ilinch, ARMS V 33, pp 1-27, 2003.

Formic acid oxidation (fuel cells)
J.M. Feliu and E. Herrero, HBFC V 2, Ch 42, pp 625-634, 2003.

Theoretical aspects associated with charge-transfer kinetics across interfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
D.J. Fermin, H. Jensen, and H.H. Girault, EECH V 2, Ch 4.2, pp 360-390, 2003.

Uniform corrosion of metals in acid, neutral and alkaline electrolytes
R. Feser, EECH V 4, Ch 2.1, pp 67-107, 2003.

Microelectrodes in solid state ionics
J. Fleig, AESE V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-87, 2003.

Solid oxide fuel cell cathodes: polarization mechanisms and modeling of the electrochemical performance
J. Fleig, ARMS V 33, pp 361-382, 2003.

Markets and industrialization of low-power gas sensors based on work function measurement
M. Fleischer and H. Meixner, AGSE Ch 7, pp 161-183, 2003.

Microelectrodes – retrospect and prospect
R.J. Forster, EECH V 3, Ch 2.5, pp 160-195, 2003.

Electrochemical promotion of catalysis
G. Foti, I. Bolzonella, and C. Comninellis, MAEC V 36, Ch 4, pp 191-254, 2003.

Reliability issues and voltage degradation (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M. Fowler, R.F. Mann, J.C. Amphlett, B.A. Peppley, and P.R. Roberge, HBFC V 3, Ch 50, pp 663-678, 2003.

Batteries for stationary power supply
H. Franke, BTH2 Ch 7, pp 201-227, 2003.

Electrochemical techniques for corrosion
G.S. Frankel and M. Rohwerder, EECH V 4, Ch 7, pp 687-723, 2003.

The disposal of portable batteries
J.L. Fricke and N. Knudsen, BTH2 Ch 19, pp 467-488, 2003.

High pressure storage (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
R. Funck, HBFC V 3, Ch 6, pp 83-88, 2003.

Durability (molten carbonate fuel cells and systems, MCFC)
Y. Fuyita, HBFC V 4, Ch 69, pp 969-982, 2003.

PEMFC fuel cell systems (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell systems for electric utilities)
J. Garche and L. Jorissen, HBFC V 4, Ch 91, pp 1233-1259, 2003.

Beginning-of-life MEA performance – efficiency loss contributions (membrane-electrolyte assembly in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems)
H.A. Gasteiger, W. Gu, R. Makharia, M.F. Mathias, and B. Sompalli, HBFC V 3, Ch 46, pp 593-610, 2003.

Reaction mechanisms of the O2 reduction/evolution reaction (fuel cells)
M. Gattrell and B. MacDougall, HBFC V 2, Ch 30, pp 443-464, 2003.

Methanol effects on the O2 reduction reaction (fuel cells)
S. Gilman and D. Chu, HBFC V 2, Ch 44, pp 652-661, 2003.

The digital simulation of voltammetry under stagnant and hydrodynamic conditions
K.A. Gooch, F.L. Qiu, and A.C. Fisher, EECH V 2, Ch 2.2, pp 122-142, 2003.

Oxide-ion electrolytes (solid oxide fuel cells)
J.B. Goodenough, ARMS V 33, pp 91-128, 2003.

Oxide based ORR catalysts (oxygen reduction in fuel cells)
J.B. Goodenough and B.L. Cushing, HBFC V 2, Ch 35, pp 520-533, 2003.

Conducting solids
R.K.B. Gover and P.R. Slater, ARCH V 99A, Ch 25, pp 477-504, 2003.

Metal/air batteries: the zinc/air case
O. Haas, F. Holzer, K. Muller, and S. Muller, HBFC V 1, Ch 22, pp 382-408, 2003.

Ammonia crackers (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
V. Hacker and K. Kordesch, HBFC V 3, Ch 10, pp 121-128, 2003.

Automotive development (alkaline fuel cell systems, AFC)
V. Hacker and K. Kordesch, HBFC V 4, Ch 89, pp 1217-1223, 2003.

The technology of electrodeposition of copper and its alloys
D. Hahn, EPCA Ch 3, pp 51-73, 2003.

The components of an electrochemical cell (fuel cells)
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 1, pp 3-12, 2003.

The electrode-electrolyte interface (fuel cells)
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 2, pp 13-20, 2003.

Thermodynamics of electrodes and cells (fuel cells)
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 3, pp 21-25, 2003.

Kinetics of electrochemical reactions (fuel cells)
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 5, pp 31-35, 2003.

Introduction to fuel cell types
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 6, pp 36-44, 2003.

Direct methanol fuel cells (DMFC)
A. Hamnett, HBFC V 1, Ch 18, pp 305-322, 2003.

Manufacture of electrocatalyst powders by a spray-based production platform (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M. Hampden-Smith, P. Atanassova, P. Atanassov, and P. Kodas, HBFC V 3, Ch 40, pp 497-508, 2003.

Methanol reformer design considerations (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
J.B. Hansen, HBFC V 3, Ch 12, pp 141-148, 2003.

Fuel cell fuel cycles
D. Hart and A. Bauen, FCHB Ch 12, pp 12.1-12.23, 2003.

System design (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
J.J. Hartvigsen, S. Elangovan, and A.C. Khandkar, HBFC V 4, Ch 76, pp 1070-1086, 2003.

Effects of size and contact structure of supported noble metal catalysts in low-temperature CO oxidation
M. Haruta and S. Tsubota, CENP Ch 18, pp 645-665, 2003.

Passivity of metals, alloys, and semiconductors
A.W. Hassel and J.W. Schultze, EECH V 4, Ch 3.2, pp 216-270, 2003.

Multielectrode micromachined gas sensors
M. Hausner, U. Storm, O. Bartels, and J. Binder, AGSE Ch 5, pp 101-121, 2003.

Single crystal surfaces as model platinum-based hydrogen fuel cell electrocatalysts
B.E. Hayden, CENP Ch 5, pp 171-210, 2003.

Portable PEM systems (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
A. Heinzel and C. Hebling, HBFC V 4, Ch 82, pp 1142-1151, 2003.

O2-reduction at high temperature: MCFC (molten carbonate fuel cells)
K. Hemmes and J.R. Selman, HBFC V 2, Ch 39, pp 570-586, 2003.

Adsorption and reaction at supported model catalysts
C.R. Henry, CENP Ch 7, pp 239-280, 2003.

Electrocatalysis
E. Herrero, J.M. Feliu, and A. Aldaz, EECH V 2, Ch 5.1, pp 443-465, 2003.

Sulfur removal methods (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
A. Hidalgo-Vivas and B.H. Cooper, HBFC V 3, Ch 15, pp 177-189, 2003.

The electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
A.R. Hillman, EECH V 3, Ch 2.7, pp 230-289, 2003.

Interconnects (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
K. Hilpert, W.J. Quadakkers, and L. Singheiser, HBFC V 4, Ch 74, pp 1037-1054, 2003.

Stationary power generation (fuel cells)
M. Hinsberger and G. Hoogers, FCHB Ch 8, pp 8.1-8.30, 2003.

Electrolyte and material challenges (molten carbonate fuel cells and systems, MCFC)
J. Hoffmann, C.-Y. Yuh, and A Gudula-Jopek, HBFC V 4, Ch 67, pp 921-941, 2003.

Prospects of the direct methanol fuel cell
M. Hogarth, FCHB Ch 7, pp 7.1-7.11, 2003.

Well-to-wheel efficiencies of different fuel choices fuel cells)
B. Hohlein, G. Isenberg, R. Edinger, and T. Grube, HBFC V 3, Ch 21, pp 245-254, 2003.

Solid oxide fuel cells
P. Holtappels and U. Stimming, HBFC V 1, Ch 20, pp 335-354, 2003.

High-temperature corrosion of metals by gases
G. Holzapfel and H.J. Grabke, EECH V 4, Ch 6.2, pp 623-661, 2003.

Fuel cell components and their impact on performance
G. Hoogers, FCHB Ch 4, pp 4.1-4.27, 2003.

The fueling problem: fuel cell systems
G. Hoogers, FCHB Ch 5, pp 5.1-5.23, 2003.

Portable applications (fuel cells)
G. Hoogers, FCHB Ch 9, pp 9.1-9.14, 2003.

Automotive applications (fuel cells)
G. Hoogers, FCHB Ch 10, pp 10.1-10.41, 2003.

Electrocatalysis – heterogeneous
G. Horanyi, ENCA V 3, pp 115-155, 2003.

CO2-reduction, catalyzed by metal electrodes (fuel cells)
Y. Hori, HBFC V 2, Ch 48, pp 720-733, 2003.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy
B.R. Horrocks, EECH V 3, Ch 3.3, pp 444-490, 2003.

Ex-situ surface preparation and analysis: transfer between UHV and electrochemical cell (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
H.E. Hoster and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 2, Ch 18, pp 236-265, 2003.

Interfacial potential and distribution equilibria between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
L.Q. Hung, INCA Ch 5, pp 83-112, 2003.

The applications of electrodeposited copper and copper alloy coatings
O. Igel and H. Streup, EPCA Ch 5, pp 89-122, 2003.

Novel electrolytes operating at 400-600 C (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
T. Ishihara, HBFC V 4, Ch 79, pp 1109-1122, 2003.

Electrolytes (solid oxide fuel cell)
T. Ishihara, N.M. Sammes, and O. Yamamoto, SOFC Ch 4, pp 83-117, 2003.

Electrode polarisations (solid oxide fuel cell, polarization)
E. Ivers-Tiffee and A.V. Virkar, SOFC Ch 9, pp 229-260, 2003.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
E. Ivers-Tiffee, A. Weber, and H. Schichlein, HBFC V 2, Ch 17, pp 220-235, 2003.

O2-reduction at high temperatures: SOFC (solid oxide fuel cells)
E. Ivers-Tiffee, A. Weber, and H. Schichlein, HBFC V 2, Ch 40, pp 587-600, 2003.

Methanol and CO electrooxidation (fuel cells)
T. Iwashita, HBFC V 2, Ch 41, pp 603-624, 2003.

Lithium batteries: the latest variant of portable electrical energy
W. Jacobi, BTH2 Ch 18, pp 401-465, 2003.

Precious metal supply requirement (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
C. Jaffray and G. Hards, HBFC V 3, Ch 41, pp 509-514, 2003.

Potential economic impact of fuel cell technologies
E. Jochem and E. Schirrmeister, HBFC V 4, Ch 96, pp 1329-1336, 2003.

Potential economic impacts of fuel cell technologies
E. Jochem, E. Schirrmeister, and F. Marscheider-Weidemann, EDFC Ch 4, pp 115-129, 2003.

Inorganic/organic composite membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D.J. Jones and J. Roziere, HBFC V 3, Ch 35, pp 447-455, 2003.

Corrosion of alloys
H. Kaiser and G.A. Eckstein, EECH V 4, Ch 2.3, pp 156-186, 2003.

Electrochemistry of chemical reactions at polarized liquid-liquid interfaces
T. Kakiuchi, INCA Ch 2, pp 23-36, 2003.

Properties of electroless copper coatings
N. Kanani, EPCA Ch 7, pp 159-184, 2003.

Bioelectrocatalysis
K. Kano and T. Ikeda, INCA Ch 16, pp 461-491, 2003.

Potential-controlled gas-sensor devices
J. Kappler, U. Weimar, and W. Gopel, AGSE Ch 3, pp 55-83, 2003.

Biochemical fuel cells
E. Katz, A.N. Shipway, and I. Willner, HBFC V 1, Ch 21, pp 355-381, 2003.

Current electrolytes and catalysts (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
T. Kawada and J. Mizusaki, HBFC V 4, Ch 70, pp 987-1001, 2003.

Crevice corrosion
R.G. Kelly, EECH V 4, Ch 4.1, pp 275-307, 2003.

New microtube concepts (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
K. Kendall, HBFC V 4, Ch 77, pp 1089-1097, 2003.

Cell and stack designs (solid oxide fuel cell)
K. Kendall, N.Q. Minh, and S.C. Singhal, SOFC Ch 8, pp 197-228, 2003.

Cells, stacks and system modelling (solid oxide fuel cell)
M.A. Khaleel and J.R. Selman, SOFC Ch 11, pp 291-331, 2003.

Structure sensitive methods: AFM/STM (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
L.A. Kibler and D.M. Kolb, HBFC V 2, Ch 19, pp 266-278, 2003.

Batteries for electrically powered industrial trucks
H.A. Kiehne, BTH2 Ch 2, pp 101-118, 2003.

Batteries for electric road vehicles
H.A. Kiehne, BTH2 Ch 4, pp 137-154, 2003.

Standards and regulations for batteries and battery plants
H.A. Kiehne, BTH2 Ch 14, pp 335-345, 2003.

History (batteries)
H.A. Kiehne, BTH2 Ch 20, pp 489-493, 2003.

Feasibility study for appliances (portable batteries)
H.A. Kiehne and W. Raudzsus, BTH2 Ch 16, pp 361-379, 2003.

Batteries, an overview and outlook (portable batteries)
H.A. Kiehne, D. Spahrbier, D. Sprengel, and W. Raudzsus, BTH2 Ch 15, pp 347-360, 2003.

New types of membrane reactions mimicking biological processes
S. Kihara, INCA Ch 19, pp 549-566, 2003.

Phosphoric acid electrolyte fuel cells
J.M. King and H.R. Kunz, HBFC V 1, Ch 16, pp 287-300, 2003.

Experience with 200 kW PC25 fuel cell power plant (phosphoric acid fuel cells and systems, PAFC)
J.M. King and B. McDonald, HBFC V 4, Ch 61, pp 832-844, 2003.

Principles of MEA preparation (membrane-electrolyte assembly in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
S.S. Kocha, HBFC V 3, Ch 43, pp 538-565, 2003.

Hydrazine fuel cells
H. Kohnke, HBFC V 1, Ch 15, pp 281-286, 2003.

The influence of ad-atom adsorption on reaction rates and mechanisms
G. Kokkinidis, EECH V 2, Ch 4.3, pp 391-417, 2003.

Battery-powered traction: the user's point of view
W. Konig, BTH2 Ch 5, pp 144-185, 2003.

System design for vehicle applications: DaimlerChrysler (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
G. Konrad, M. Sommer, B. Loschko, A. Schell, and A. Docter, HBFC V 4, Ch 52, pp 693-713, 2003.

Numerical simulations of electrocatalytic processes (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
M.T.M. Koper, HBFC V 2, Ch 24, pp 348-358, 2003.

Ab initio quantum-mechanical calculations in electrochemistry
M.T.M. Koper, MAEC V 36, Ch 2, pp 51-130, 2003.

Theory and modeling of catalytic and electrocatalytic reactions
M.T.M. Koper, R.A. van Santen, and M. Neurock, CENP Ch 1, pp 1-34, 2003.

Stack materials and design (alkaline fuel cells and systems, AFC)
K. Kordesch and V. Hacker, HBFC V 4, Ch 56, pp 765-773, 2003.

A comparison between the alkaline fuel cell (AFC) and the polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cell
K. Kordesch and M. Cifrain, HBFC V 4, Ch 58, pp 789-794, 2003.

Alkaline methanol/air power devices
G.A. Koscher and K. Kordesch, HBFC V 4, Ch 81, pp 1125-1130, 2003.

Technical characteristics of PEM electrochemical capacitors (polymer electrolyte membrane)
J.A. Kosek, B.M. Dweik, and A.B. LaConti, HBFC V 2, Ch 50, pp 747-760, 2003.

Solar electric power supply with batteries
H.K. Kothe, BTH2 Ch 11, pp 275-289, 2003.

Impedance methods
S. Krause, EECH V 3, Ch 2.6, pp 196-229, 2003.

Hydrocarbon membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
K.D. Kreuer, HBFC V 3, Ch 33, pp 420-435, 2003.

Proton-conducting oxides (fuel cells)
K.D. Kreuer ARMS V 33, pp 333-359, 2003.

Nonlinear dynamics in electrochemical systems
K. Krischer, AESE V 8, Ch 2, pp 89-208, 2003.

Oscillations and other dynamic instabilities (fuel cells)
K. Krisher and H. Varela, HBFC V 2, Ch 46, pp 679-702, 2003.

Mechanisms of membrane degradation (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
A.B. LaConti, M. Hamdan, and R.C. McDonald, HBFC V 3, Ch 49, pp 647-662, 2003.

Special applications using PEM-technology (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
A.B. LaConti and L. Swette, HBFC V 4, Ch 55, pp 745-762, 2003.

Catalyst development for water-gas shift (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
J.R. Ladebeck and J.P. Wagner, HBFC V 3, Ch 16, pp 190-201, 2003.

Catalysis and photocatalysis at polarized molecular interfaces: an electrochemical approach to catalytic processes based on two-phase systems, self-organized microheterogeneous structures, and unsupported nanoparticles
R. Lahtinen, H. Jensen, and D.J. Fermin, INCA Ch 22, pp 611-643, 2003.

Electrochemical and chemical promotion by alkalis with metal films and nanoparticles (electrocatalysis)
R.M. Lambert, CENP Ch 16, pp 583-611, 2003.

System design for transport applications (direct methanol fuel cells and systems, DMFC)
A. Lamm and J. Muller, HBFC V 4, Ch 64, pp 878-893, 2003.

Other direct-alcohol fuel cell (other than methanol)
C. Lamy and E.M. Belgsir, HBFC V 1, Ch 19, pp 323-334, 2003.

Electrocatalysis with electron conducting polymers modified by noble metal nanoparticles
C. Lamy, and J.M. Leger, CENP Ch 25, pp 907-929, 2003.

Molecular diagnostics on electrophoretic microchips
J.P. Landers, ACAR V 75, pp 2919-2927, 2003.

Fundamentals of corrosion
D. Landolt and G.S. Frankel, EECH V 4, Ch 1.1, pp 3-8, 2003.

Thermodynamics of electrolytic corrosion
D. Landolt and G.S. Frankel, EECH V 4, Ch 1.2, pp 9-24, 2003.

Kinetics of electrolytic corrosion reactions
D. Landolt and G.S. Frankel, EECH V 4, Ch 1.3, pp 25-49, 2003.

Transport phenomena in electrolytic corrosion
D. Landolt and G.S. Frankel, EECH V 4, Ch 1.4, pp 50-61, 2003.

Catalyst studies and coating technologies (phosphoric acid fuel cells and systems, PAFC)
D.A. Landsman and F.J. Luczak, HBFC V 4, Ch 60, pp 811-831, 2003.

Hydrogen volution reaction (fuel cells)
A. Lasia, HBFC V 2, Ch 29, pp 416-440, 2003.

Electronic tongues: new analytical perspective for chemical sensors
A. Legin, A. Rudnitskaya, and Y. Vlasov, WCAC V 39, Ch 10, pp 437-486, 2003.

Atmospheric corrosion
C. Leygraf, EECH V 4, Ch 3.1, pp 191-215, 2003.

Electrochemistry of phtalocyanines
M. L'Her and A. Pondaven, POHA V 16, Ch 104, pp 117-169, 2003.

Electrochemistry at carbon nanotube electrodes
N. Li, J. Wang, and M. Li, RACH V 22, pp 19-33, 2003.

Membrane/electrode additives for low-humidification operation (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
J.-C. Lin, H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton, HBFC V 3, Ch 36, pp 456-464, 2003.

Market concepts, competing technologies and cost challenges for automotive and stationary application (fuel cell systems)
T. Lipman and D. Sperling, HBFC V 4, Ch 95, pp 1318-1328, 2003.

Microbiologically influenced corrosion
B.J. Little, F.B. Mansfeld, P.J. Arps, and J.C. Earthman, EECH V 4, Ch 6.3, pp 662-686, 2003.

Copper in microtechnology (electroplating and electroless plating)
H. Lowe, and J. Schiewe, EPCA Ch 11, pp 247-262, 2003.

Structure relationships in electrochemical reactions
C.A. Lucas and N.N. Markovic, EECH V 2, Ch 4.1, pp 295-359, 2003.

Electrodeposition of copper and its alloys
H. Ludwig, EPCA Ch 2, pp 21-50, 2003.

Electrochemical AFM
J.V. Macpherson, EECH V 3, Ch 3.2, pp 415-443, 2003.

Corrosion protection by inhibition
O.M. Magnussen, EECH V 4, Ch 5.2, pp 435-459, 2003.

Electrolessly deposited copper coatings
H. Mahlkow, R. Middeke, and J. Wolff, EPCA Ch 6, pp 123-157, 2003.

Combinatorial catalyst development method (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
T.E. Mallouk and E.S. Smotkin, HBFC V 2, Ch 23, pp 334-347, 2003.

Diffusion and migration
J.A. Manzanares and K. Kontturi, EECH V 2, Ch 2.1, pp 81-121, 2003.

Fuel cell R&D within the European Framework Programmes
P. Markantonatos, EDFC Ch 8, pp 207-233, 2003.

The hydrogen electrode reaction and the electrooxidation of CO and H2/CO mixtures on well-characterized Pt and Pt-bimetallic surfaces (fuel cells)
N.M. Markovic, HBFC V 2, Ch 26, pp 368-393, 2003.

Physical and electrochemical characterization of bimetallic nanoparticle electrodes
N.M. Markovic, V. Radmilovic and P.N. Ross, CENP Ch 9, pp 311-342, 2003.

System design for vehicle applications: GM/Opel (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D.A. Masten and A.D. Bosco, HBFC V 4, Ch 53, pp 714-724, 2003.

Diffusion media materials and characterisation (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M.F. Mathias, J. Roth, J. Fleming, and W. Lehnert, HBFC V 3, Ch 42, pp 517-537, 2003.

Honda fuel cell activities (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
S. Matsuo, HBFC V 4, Ch 86, pp 1180-1183, 2003.

Anodes (solid oxide fuel cell)
A. McEvoy, SOFC Ch 6, pp 149-171, 2003.

Oxidation reactions in high temperature fuel cells
A.J. McEvoy, HBFC V 2, Ch 27, pp 394-407, 2003.

Catalysis for fuel cells – heterogeneous
B.D. McNicol and K.R. Williams, ENCA V 2, pp 387-420, 2003.

Performance and durability of bipolar plate materials (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
G.O. Mepsted and J.M. More, HBFC V 3, Ch 24, pp 286-293, 2003.

The future of fuel cells in a long term inter-technology competition framework
S. Mima and P. Criqui, EDFC Ch 2, pp 43-78, 2003.

History (solid oxide fuel cell)
H.-H. Mobius, SOFC Ch 2, pp 23-51, 2003.

Electrochemical STM
T.P. Moffat, EECH V 3, Ch 3.1, pp 393-414, 2003.

Testing of electrodes, cells and short stacks (solid oxide fuel cell)
M. Mogensen and P.V. Hendriksen, SOFC Ch 10, pp 261-289, 2003.

Conversion of hydrocarbons in solid oxide fuel cells
M. Mogensen and K. Kammer, ARMS V 33, pp 321-331, 2003.

Hydrodynamic electrodes
A.R. Mount, EECH V 3, Ch 2.4, pp 134-159, 2003.

Anodic and cathodic protection
U.K. Mudali, H.S. Khatak, and B. Raj, EECH V 4, Ch 5.1, pp 393-434, 2003.

Stack material and stack design (molten carbonate fuel cells and systems, MCFC)
Y. Mugikura, HBFC V 4, Ch 66, pp 907-920, 2003.

In-situ x-ray absorption spectroscopy of carbon-supported Pt and Pt-alloy electrocatalysts: correlation of electrocatalytic activity with particle size and alloying
S. Mukerjee, CENP Ch 14, pp 501-530, 2003.

O2 reduction and structure related parameters for supported catalysts (fuel cells)
S. Mukarjee and S. Srinivasan, HBFC V 2, Ch 34, pp 502-519, 2003.

Transport/kinetic limitations and efficiency losses (direct methanol fuel cells and systems, DMFC)
J. Muller, G. Frank, K. Colbow, and D. Wilkinson, HBFC V 4, Ch 62, pp 847-855, 2003.

Composite perfluorinate membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
M. Nakao and M. Yoshitake, HBFC V 3, Ch 32, pp 412-419, 2003.

DMFC system design for portable applications (direct methanol fuel cells and systems)
S.R. Narayanan, T.I. Valdez, and N. Rohatgi, HBFC V 4, Ch 65, pp 894-904, 2003.

Portable direct methanol fuel cell systems
S.R. Narayanan and T.I. Valdez, HBFC V 4, Ch 81, pp 1133-1141, 2003.

In situ FTIR as a tool for mechanistic studies. Fundamentals and applications
F.C. Nart and T. Iwasita, EECH V 2, Ch 3.4, pp 243-289, 2003.

Normalization of porous active surfaces (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
F.C. Nart and W. Vielstich, HBFC V 2, Ch 21, pp 302-315, 2003.

New materials for DMFC MEAs (membrane-electrolyte assemblies for direct methanol fuel cells and systems)
M. Neergat, K.A. Friedrich, and U. Stimming, HBFC V 4, Ch 63, pp 856-877, 2003.

Macroscopic and molecular models of adsorption phenomena on electrode surfaces
P. Nikitas, MAEC V 36, Ch 3, pp 131-189, 2003.

Electronic tunnel factors in molecular electron transfer and molecular conduction
A. Nitzan, EECH V 2, Ch 1.3, pp 49-78, 2003.

Interdigitated flow field design (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
T.V. Nguyen and W. He, HBFC V 3, Ch 28, pp 325-336, 2003.

Alternative fuels and prospects – overview (fuel cells)
J.M. Ogden, HBFC V 3, Ch 1, pp 3-24, 2003.

Conversion coatings
K. Ogle and R.G. Buchheit, EECH V 4, Ch 5.3, pp 460-499, 2003.

Effect of ionic contaminants (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
T. Okada, HBFC V 3, Ch 48, pp 627-646, 2003.

Fuels and fuel processing (solid oxide fuel cell)
R.M. Ormerod, SOFC Ch 12, pp 333-361, 2003.

O2 reduction on the Pt/polymer-electrolyte interface (fuel cells)
K. Ota and S. Mitsushima, HBFC V 2, Ch 32, pp 481-489, 2003.

Supported planar BLMs (lipid bilayers): formation, methods of study, and applications
A.L. Ottova and H.T. Tien, INCA Ch 15, pp 421-459, 2003.

Analysis of pharmaceuticals and biological fluids using modern electroanalytical techniques
S.A. Ozkan, B. Uslu, and H.Y. Aboul-Enein, CRAC V 33, pp 155-181, 2003.

Electronic structure and chemisorption properties of supported metal clusters: model calculations
G. Pacchioni and F. Illas, CENP Ch 3, pp 65-107, 2003.

First principles modeling of sulfonic acid based ionomer membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
S.J. Paddison, HBFC V 3, Ch 31, pp 396-411, 2003.

Proton conduction mechanisms at low degrees of hydration in sulfonic acid-based polymer electrolytes (fuel cells)
S.J. Paddison, ARMS V 33, pp 289-319, 2003.

Orbital interactions and long-range electron transfer
M.N. Paddon-Row, APOC V 38, pp 1-85, 2003.

Hydrogenation reactions (fuel cells)
E. Pastor and L. Rodriguez, HBFC V 2, Ch 47, pp 705-719, 2003.

Poisons for the O2 reduction reaction (fuel cells)
U.A. Paulas, T.J. Schmidt, and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 2, Ch 38, pp 555-569, 2003.

Life-cycle analysis of fuel cell system components
M. Pehnt, HBFC V 4, Ch 94, pp 1293-1317, 2003.

Catalyst development and kinetics for methanol fuel processing (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
B.A. Peppley, J.C. Amphlett, and R.F. Mann, HBFC V 3, Ch 11, pp 131-140, 2003.

Oxidation of C2 molecules (fuel cells)
O.A. Petrii, HBFC V 2, Ch 45, pp 662-678, 2003.

SHG studies on halide adsorption at Au(111) electrodes
B. Pettinger, C. Bilger, and J. Lipkowski, SLIN pp 223-240, 2003.

Air-supply components (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
S. Pischinger and O. Lang, HBFC V 4, Ch 54, pp 727-742, 2003.

The electrochemistry of diamond
Y.V. Pleskov, AESE V 8, Ch 3, pp 209-269, 2003.

Corrosion protection by metallic coatings
W. Plieth and A. Bund, EECH V 4, Ch 5.5, pp 567-592, 2003.

Quality assurance, analysis and process optimization in copper deposition
W. Plieth, N. Schroder, and G. Sandmann, EPCA Ch 8, pp 185-210, 2003.

Hydrogen ingress during corrosion
B. Pound, EECH V 4, Ch 2.2, pp 108-155, 2003.

Power supply concepts for driverless industrial trucks (batteries)
P. Preuss, BTH2 Ch 3, pp 119-135, 2003.

Synthetic hydrocarbons as long-term fuel option (fuel cells)
J.G. Price, B. Jager, L. Dancuart, M.J. Keyser, and J. van der Walt, HBFC V 3, Ch 4, pp 49-61, 2003.

Mixed POX/steam-reforming reactor design considerations (partial oxidation, hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
J. Reinkingh and M. Petch, HBFC V 3, Ch 13, pp 149-156, 2003.

Vibrational spectroscopy (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
A. Rodes, J.M. Perez, and A. Aldaz, HBFC V 2, Ch 16, pp 191-219, 2003.

General Motors/OPEL fuel cell activities – driving towards a successful future (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
A. Rodrigues, M. Fronk, and B. McCormick, HBFC V 4, Ch 85, pp 1172-1179, 2003.

Oxygen reduction reaction on smooth single crystal electrodes (fuel cells)
P.N. Ross, HBFC V 2, Ch 31, pp 465-480, 2003.

Graphite-based bipolar plates (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
K. Rossberg and V. Trapp, HBFC V 3, Ch 26, pp 308-314, 2003.

Steam reforming, ATR, partial oxidation: catalysts and reaction engineering (authotermal reforming, hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
J.R. Rostrup-Nielsen and K. Aasberg-Petersen, HBFC V 3, Ch 14, pp 159-176, 2003.

Non-fluorinated polymer materials for proton exchange membrane fuel cells
J. Roziere and D.J. Jones, ARMS V 33, pp 503-555, 2003.

Electrochemistry in micelles and microemulsions
J.F. Rusling, EECH V 2, Ch 4.4, pp 418-439, 2003.

Development of CO-tolerant catalysts (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
K. Ruth, M. Vogt, and R. Zuber, HBFC V 3, Ch 39, pp 489-496, 2003.

Theory of affinity electrophoresis
H.-H. Ruttinger, ACEP Ch 2, pp 23-43, 2003.

The role of adsorption (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 2, pp 4-13, 2003.

Understanding electrocatalysis: from reaction steps to first-principles calculations (fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 3, pp 14-35, 2003.

Electrode potential as a parameter (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 4, pp 36-46, 2003.

Catalysis by UPD metals (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 5, pp 47-61, 2003.

Outer sphere reactions (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 6, pp 62-64, 2003.

The NEMCA effect (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 7, pp 65-68, 2003.

Theoretical aspects of some prototypical fuel cell reactions (electrocatalysis)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 11, pp 93-131, 2003.

Theory of electrochemical outer sphere reactions (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 12, pp 132-144, 2003.

Theory of the NEMCA effect (electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
C. Sanchez and E. Leiva, HBFC V 2, Ch 13, pp 145-150, 2003.

Hydride storage (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
G. Sandrock, HBFC V 3, Ch 8, pp 101-112, 2003.

History of low temperature fuel cells
G. Sandstede, E.J. Cairns, V.S. Bagotsky, and K. Wiesener, HBFC V 1, Ch 12, pp 145-218, 2003.

Size-dependent electronic, structural, and catalytic properties of metal clusters supported on ultra-thin oxide films
A.K. Santra and D.W. Goodman, CENP Ch 8, pp 281-309, 2003.

Motor vehicle starter batteries
G. Sassmannhausen and E. Nann, BTH2 Ch 9, pp 243-254, 2003.

Electrochemical nucleation and growth
B.R. Scharifker and J. Mostany, EECH V 2, Ch 5.3, pp 512-539, 2003.

Hydrogen safety, codes and standards for vehicles and stationary applications (fuel cells)
G. Scheffler, R. Wurster, and J. Schindler, HBFC V 3, Ch 22, pp 257-268, 2003.

Principles of capillary electrophoresis
J. Schiewe, ACEP Ch 1, pp 1-21, 2003.

Electrodeposited magnetic monolayers: in-situ studies of magnetism and structure
W. Schindler, SLIN pp 243-258, 2003.

Photoelectrochemical reactions at phtalocyanine electrodes
D. Schlettwein, N.I. Jaeger, and T. Oekermann, POHA V 16, Ch 106, pp 247-283, 2003.

Quantum theory of electrochemical electron-transfer reactions
W. Schmickler and S. Frank, EECH V 2, Ch 1.2, pp 31-48, 2003.

DaimlerChreisler fuel cell activities (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
H.-P. Schmid and J. Ebner, HBFC V 4, Ch 84, pp 1167-1171, 2003.

Rotating thin-film method for supported catalysts (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
T.J. Schmidt and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 2, Ch 22, pp 316-333, 2003.

Biosensors
W. Schuhmann, and E.M. Bonsen, EECH V 3, Ch 2.11, pp 350-384, 2003.

Anhydrous proton-conducting polymers (fuel cells)
M.F.H. Schuster and W.H. Meyer, ARMS V 33, pp 233-261, 2003.

Mass transfer in flow fields (fuel cells)
K. Scott, HBFC V 1, Ch 8, pp 70-96, 2003.

Intergranular corrosion
J.R. Scully, EECH V 4, Ch 4.3, pp 344-384, 2003.

Mechanism of lithium transport through transition metal oxides and carbonaceous materials
H.-C. Shin and S.-I. Pyun, MAEC V 36, Ch 5, pp 255-301, 2003.

Ion-transport processes through membranes of various types: liquid membrane, thin supported liquid membrane, and bilayer lipid membrane
O. Shirai and S. Kihara, INCA Ch 20, pp 567-592, 2003.

PROX catalysts (preferential oxidation, hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
L. Shore and R.J. Farrauto, HBFC V 3, Ch 18, pp 211-218, 2003.

Basic materials corrosion issues (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D.A. Shores and G.A. Deluga, HBFC V 3, Ch 23, pp 273-285, 2003.

Methanol-resistant, oxygen-reduction catalysts for direct methanol fuel cells
A.K. Shukla and R.K. Raman, ARMS V 33, pp 155-168, 2003.

Corrosion protection by organic coatings
A. Simoes and G. Grundmeier, EECH V 4, Ch 5.4, pp 500-566, 2003.

Physicochemical aspects of preparation of carbon-supported noble metal catalysts
P.A. Simonov and V.A. Likholobov, CENP Ch 12, pp 409-454, 2003.

Introduction to SOFCs (solid oxide fuel cell)
S.C. Singhal and K. Kendall, SOFC Ch 1, pp 1-22, 2003.

Surface analytical studies of oxidation and collector adsorption in sulfide mineral flotation
R.S.C. Smart, J. Amarantidis, W.M. Skinner, C.A. Prestidge, L.A. Vanier, and S.R. Grano, SLIN pp 3-60, 2003.

New electrocatalysts by combinatorial methods (fuel cells)
E.S. Smotkin and R.R. Diaz-Morales, ARMS V 33, pp 557-579, 2003.

Determination of toxic substances based on enzyme inhibition. Part I. Electrochemical biosensors for the determination of pesticides using batch procedures
S. Sole, A. Merkoci, and S. Alegret, CRAC V 32, pp 89-126, 2003.

Determination of toxic substances based on enzyme inhibition. Part II. Electrochemical biosensors for the determination of pesticides using flow systems
S. Sole, A. Merkoci, and S. Alegret, CRAC V 32, pp 127-143, 2003.

Linear sweep and cyclic voltammetry
B. Speiser, EECH V 3, Ch 2.1, pp 81-104, 2003.

Molten salt-induced corrosion of metals by gases
M. Spiegel, EECH V 4, Ch 6.1, pp 597-622, 2003.

The operation of batteries
U.-C. Stahl, BTH2 Ch 8, pp 229-242, 2003.

Recent advances in electron-transfer reactions
D.M. Stanbury, AICH V 54, pp 351-393, 2003.

Copper in printed circuit board technology (electroplating and electroless plating)
H. Steffen, EPCA Ch 12, pp 263-290, 2003.

Competing technologies for transportation (fuel cells)
R. Stone, FCHB Ch 11, pp 11.1-11.29, 2003.

MEA/cell preparation methods: Europe/USA (membrane-electrolyte assemblies for solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
D. Stover, H.P. Buchkremer, and J.P.P. Huismans, HBFC V 4, Ch 72, pp 1015-1031, 2003.

System design and applications (alkaline fuel cells and systems, AFC)
K. Strasser, HBFC V 4, Ch 57, pp 774-788, 2003.

H2/O2-PEM-fuel cell module for an air independent propulsion system in a submarine (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells)
K. Strasser, HBFC V 4, Ch 88, pp 1201-1214, 2003.

Passivity of metals
H.-H. Strehblow, AESE V 8, Ch 4, pp 271-374, 2003.

Pitting corrosion
H.-H. Strehblow, EECH V 4, Ch 4.2, pp 308-343, 2003.

Chloride adsorption on Cu(111) electrodes: electrochemical behavior and UHV transfer experiments
C. Stuhlmann, B. Wohlmann, Z. Park, M. Kruft, P. Broeckmann, and K. Wandelt, SLIN pp 199-221, 2003.

Aqueous borohydride solutions (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
S. Suda, HBFC V 3, Ch 9, pp 115-120, 2003.

Abnormal infrared effects of nanometer scale thin film material of platinum group metals and alloys at electrode/electrolyte interfaces
S.-G. Sun, CENP Ch 21, pp 785-826, 2003.

MEA/cell preparation methods: Japan/Asia (membrane-electrolyte assemblies for solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
M. Suzuki, HBFC V 4, Ch 73 ,pp 1032-1036, 2003.

High dispersion catalysts including novel carbon support (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
T. Tada, HBFC V 3, Ch 38, pp 481-488, 2003.

Spectroscopic applications of STM and AFM in electrochemistry
N. Tao, EECH V 2, Ch 3.3, pp 221-242, 2003.

Electroanalysis of titanium and other metals in bauxite ore
P.K. Tamraker and K.S. Pitre, RACH V 22, pp 245-255, 2003.

Natural gas for power generation and the automotive market (fuel cells)
T. Theisen, HBFC V 3, Ch 2, pp 25-38, 2003.

Pt alloys as oxygen reduction catalysts (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D. Thompsett, HBFC V 3, Ch 37, pp 467-480, 2003.

Catalysts for the proton exchange membrane fuel cell
D. Thompsett, FCHB Ch 6, pp 6.1-6.23, 2003.

Raman spectroscopy of electrode surfaces
Z.-Q. Tian and B. Ren, EECH V 3, Ch 3.6, pp 572-659, 2003.

Fundamental kinetics/transport processes in MEAs (membrane-electrode assemblies for oxygen reduction in fuel cells)
E.A. Ticianelli and E.R. Gonzalez, HBFC V 2, Ch 33, pp 490-501, 2003.

NMR investigations of heterogeneous and electrochemical catalysts
Y.Y. Tong and J.J. van der Klink, CENP Ch 13, pp 455-499, 2003.

NMR spectroscopy in electrochemistry
Y.Y. Tong, E. Oldfield, and A. Wieckowski, EECH V 2, Ch 3.1, pp 147-169, 2003.

Product analysis (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
R.M. Torresi and S. Wasmus, HBFC V 2, Ch 15, pp 163-190, 2003.

Preparation, characterization and properties of bimetallic nanoparticles
N. Toshima, CENP Ch 11, pp 379-407, 2003.

Electrode potential and double layer (theory of electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
S. Trasatti, HBFC V 2, Ch 8, pp 71-78, 2003.

Reaction mechanism and the rate determining steps (theory of electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
S. Trasatti, HBFC V 2, Ch 9, pp 79-87, 2003.

Adsorption – volcano curve (theory of electrocatalysis in fuel cells)
S. Trasatti, HBFC V 2, Ch 10, pp 88-92, 2003.

Electrochemical properties of ionic liquids
P.C. Trulove and R.A. Mantz, ILSY Ch 3.6, pp 103-126, 2003.

Maintenance-free lead batteries with immobilized electrolyte
H. Tuphorn, BTH2 Ch 17, pp 381-400, 2003.

Introduction to electroanalytical techniques and instrumentation
P.R. Unwin, EECH V 3, Ch 1.1, pp 1-23, 2003.

Systems and applications (solid oxide fuel cell)
R.J.F. van Gerwen, SOFC Ch 13, pp 363-392, 2003.

Promotion, electrochemical promotion and metal-support interactions. the underlying role of spillover (electrocatalysis)
C.G. Vayenas, C. Pliangos, S. Brosda and D. Tsiplakides, CENP Ch 19, pp 667-744, 2003.

Support effects on catalytic performance of nanoparticles
X.E. Verykios, CENP Ch 20, pp 745-783, 2003.

SOFC fuel cell systems (solid oxide fuel cell systems for electric utilities)
S.E. Veyo, S. Fukada, L.A. Shockling, and W.L. Lundberg, HBFC V 4, Ch 93, pp 1276-1290, 2003.

CO, formic acid, and methanol oxidation in acid electrolytes – mechanisms and electrocatalysis
W. Vielstich, EECH V 2, Ch 5.2, pp 466-511, 2003.

Ideal and effective efficiencies of cell reactions and comparison to carnot cycles (fuel cells)
W. Vielstich, HBFC V 1, Ch 4, pp 26-30, 2003.

What is electrocatalysis? (fuel cells)
W. Vielstich, HBFC V 2, Ch 1, p 3, 2003.

Cyclic voltammetry (methods in electrocatalysis for fuel cells)
W. Vielstich, HBFC V 2, Ch 14, pp 153-162, 2003.

Alternative design possibilities for integrated fuel processors (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
G.E. Voecks, HBFC V 3, Ch 20, pp 229-242, 2003.

Biocatalysis: electrochemical mechanisms of respiration and photosynthesis
A.G. Volkov, INCA Ch 18, pp 535-548, 2003.

Air-cooled PEM fuel cells (polymer electrolyte membrane, heat transfer)
R. von Helmholt and W. Lehnert, HBFC V 1, Ch 11, pp 134-142, 2003.

EPR spectroscopy in electrochemistry
J.W. Wadhawan and R.G. Compton, EECH V 2, Ch 3.2, pp 170-220, 2003.

Space-shuttle fuel cell (alkaline fuel cell systems, AFC)
H.A. Wagner, HBFC V 4, Ch 90, pp 1224-1230, 2003.

High-temperature membranes (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
J.S. Wainright, M.H. Litt, and R.F. Savinell, HBFC V 3, Ch 34, pp 436-446, 2003.

Two-phase flow and transport (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
C.-Y. Wang, HBFC V 3, Ch 29, pp 337-348, 2003.

Stripping analysis
J. Wang, EECH V 3, Ch 2.3, pp 125-133, 2003.

Methanol and formic acid oxidation on ad-metal modified electrodes (fuel cells)
P. Waszczuk, A. Crown, S. Mitrowski, and A. Wieckowski, HBFC V 2, Ch 43, pp 635-651, 2003.

New CO-tolerant catalyst concepts (fuel cells)
M. Watanabe, HBFC V 2, Ch 28, pp 408-415, 2003.

Design of electrocatalysts for fuel cells
M. Watanabe, CENP Ch 22, pp 827-845, 2003.

Mass transfer at two-phase and three-phase interfaces (fuel cells)
A. Weber, R. Darling, J. Meyers, and J. Newman, HBFC V 1, Ch 7, pp 47-69, 2003.

Charging methods and techniques: general requirements and selection of chargers (batteries)
E. Wehrle, BTH2 Ch 12, pp 291-315, 2003.

Membrane reactor concept (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
S. Wieland and T. Melin, HBFC V 3, Ch 17, pp 202-210, 2003.

Serpentine flow field design (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D.P. Wilkinson and O. Vanderleeden, HBFC V 3, Ch 27, pp 315-324, 2003.

Durability (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
D.P. Wilkinson and J. St-Pierre, HBFC V 3, Ch 47, pp 611-626, 2003.

Technical aspects of chargers and current transformers and methods for supervision (batteries)
G. Will, BTH2 Ch 13, pp 317-334, 2003.

Catalysis for fuel cells – industrial
K.R. Williams and B.D. McNicol, ENCA V 2, pp 420-440, 2003.

Safety standards for stationary batteries and battery installations
H. Willmes, BTH2 Ch 6, pp 187-200, 2003.

Metal bipolar plates and coatings (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells and systems, PEMFC)
J. Wind, A. LaCroix, S. Braeuninger, P. Hedrich, C. Heller, and M. Schudy, HBFC V 3, Ch 25, pp 294-307, 2003.

Analog and digital instrumentation
D. Wipf, EECH V 3, Ch 1.2, pp 24-50, 2003.

Thermodynamics (solid oxide fuel cell)
W. Winkler, SOFC Ch 3, pp 53-82, 2003.

Imaging localized reactivities of surfaces by scanning electrochemical microscopy
G. Wittstock, SLIN pp 335-364, 2003.

Liquid hydrogen technology for vehicles (hydrogen storage and generation for fuel cells)
J. Wolf, HBFC V 3, Ch 7, pp 89-100, 2003.

A gas sensitive tin oxide thin-film transistor
J. Wollenstein, M. Jagle, and H. Bottner, AGSE Ch 4, pp 85-99, 2003.

Solar and wind energy coupled with electrolysis and fuel cells
R. Wurster and J. Schindler, HBFC V 3, Ch 5, pp 62-78, 2003.

Assembly of Au-cluster superstructures by steering the phase transitions of electrochemical adsorbate structures
X.H. Xia, L.C. Nagle, and R. Schuster, SLIN pp 323-331, 2003.

Low temperature electrolytes and catalysts (solid oxide fuel cells and systems, SOFC)
O. Yamamoto, HBFC V 4, Ch 71, pp 1002-1014, 2003.

Understanding materials compatibility (fuel cells)
H. Yokokawa, ARMS V 33, pp 581-610, 2003.

Cathodes (solid oxide fuel cell)
H. Yokokawa and T. Horita, SOFC Ch 5, pp 119-147, 2003.

History of high temperature fuel cell development
H. Yokokawa and N. Sakai, HBFC V 1, Ch 13, pp 219-266, 2003.

Macrocycles (oxygen reduction in fuel cells)
J.H. Zagal, HBFC V 2, Ch 37, pp 544-554, 2003.

Simulations of the reaction kinetics on nanometer-sized supported catalyst particles
V.P. Zhdanov and B. Kasemo, CENP Ch 2, pp 35-64, 2003.


2004

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Thermodynamic and transport properties of bridging electrolyte-water systems
M. Abraham and M.-C. Abraham, MAEC V 37, Ch 6, pp 271-358, 2004.

Factors governing oxygen reduction in solid oxide fuel cell cathodes
S.B. Adler, CHRE V 104, pp 4791-4843, 2004.

Application of amperometric biosensors to the determination of vitamins and α-amino acids
M.S. Alaejos and F.J.G. Montelongo, CHRE V 104, pp 3239-3265, 2004.

Spectroelectrochemical techniques
E. Alessio, S. Daff, M. Elliot, E. Iengo, L.A. Jack, K.G. Macnamara, J.M. Pratt, and L.J. Yellowlees, TMEC Ch 11, pp 339-381, 2004.

Kinetics of electrochemical hydrogen entry into metals and alloys
F.M. Al-Faqeer and H.W. Pickering, MAEC V 37, Ch 1, pp 1-54, 2004.

Electrochemistry at ultramicroelectrodes: small and fast may be useful
C. Amatore, S. Arbault, E. Maisonhaute, S. Szunerits, and L. Thouin, TMEC Ch 12, pp 385-411, 2004.

Nitride and silicide negative electrodes (lithium batteries)
G.G. Amatucci and N. Pereira, LBST Ch 8, pp 247-269, 2004.

Layered manganese oxides as cathodes (lithium batteries)
B. Ammundsen, LBST Ch 13, pp 381-409, 2004.

Electrochemistry of diamond
J.C. Angus, Y.V. Pleskov, and S.C. Eaton, TFD2 Ch 3, pp 97-119, 2004.

A brief personal perspective on the development of the technique of chronocoulometry
F.C. Anson, HPET Ch 6, pp 155-158, 2004.

Battery separators
P. Arora and Z. Zhang, CHRE V 104, pp 4419-4462, 2004.

Electrochemistry and electron-transfer chemistry of metallodendrimers
D. Astruc, M.-C. Daniel, S. Nlate, and J. Ruiz, TMEC Ch 9, pp 283-310, 2004.

Advanced liquid electrolyte solutions (lithium batteries)
D. Aurbach and A. Schechter, LBST Ch 18, pp 530-573, 2004.

Monolayer-assisted electrochemical nanopatterning
O. Azzaroni, P.L. Schilardi, and R.C. Salvarezza, ENST V 5, pp 835-850, 2004.

Electrochemical sensors
E. Bakker, ACAR V 76, pp 3285-3298, 2004.

Introduction (to electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
A.J. Bard, EGCL Ch 1, pp 1-22, 2004.

Miscellaneous topics and conclusions (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
A.J. Bard, EGCL Ch 11, pp 523-532, 2004.

Some brief musings on my research ~ 1956-2003
A.J. Bard, HPET Ch 7, pp 159-166, 2004.

Electrochemical advances using fluoroarylborate anion supporting electrolytes
F. Barriere, R.J. LeSuer, and W.E. Geiger, TMEC Ch 13, pp 413-444, 2004.

Factors influencing performance in capillary electrochromatography on silica columns
K.D. Bartle and P. Myers, EKPH Ch 7, pp 167-188, 2004.

Enzymatic biofuel cells for implantable and microscale devices
S.C. Barton, J. Gallaway, and P. Atanassov, CHRE V 104, pp 4867-4886, 2004.

Clinical applications of microfluidic devices
J.M. Bienvenue, J. Karlinsey, J.P. Landers, and J.P. Ferrance, EKPH Ch 15, pp 427-469, 2004.

Batteries, primary cells
G. Blomgren and J. Hunter, KOE5 V 3, pp 434-471, 2004.

Lipids (bioelectrochemistry)
A. Blume, BPAP V 6, Ch 3, pp 61-152, 2004.

Some developments in electrochemistry ~ 1945 - 2000
J.O'M. Bockris, HPET Ch 8, pp 167-179, 2004.

Chlorine
T.V. Bommaraju, B. Luke, T.F. O'Brien, and M.C. Blackburn, KOE5 V 6, pp 130-211, 2004.

Illustration of experimental and theoretical problems encountered in cylic voltammetric studies of charged species without added supporting electrolyte
A.M. Bond, TMEC Ch 14, pp 445-502, 2004.

Environmental aspects of recycling valve-regulated lead-acid batteries
C.J. Boreiko and B. Wilson, VRLA Ch 16, pp 513-548, 2004.

Solid oxide fuel cells for automotive applications
N.P. Brandon, FCAA Ch 3, pp 31-41, 2004.

The electrochemistry, corrosion and hydrogen embrittlement of titanium
C.L. Briant, MAEC V 37, Ch 2, pp 55-85, 2004.

Batteries, introduction
R. Brodd, KOE5 V 3, pp 407-434, 2004.

Valve-regulated lead-acid batteries in automotive applications - a vehicle manufacturer's perspective
R.D. Brost, VRLA Ch 11, pp 327-396, 2004.

Li-ion batteries for EV, HEV and other industrial applications
M. Broussely, LBST Ch 21, pp 645-685, 2004.

ECL polymers and devices (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
M. Buda, EGCL Ch 10, pp 445-522, 2004.

Positive-plate additives to enhance formation and battery performance (valve regulated)
K.R. Bullock and T.C. Dayton, VRLA Ch 4, pp 109-134, 2004.

Non-Markovian theories of transfer reactions in luminescence and chemiluminescence and photo- and electrochemistry
A.I. Burshtein, ACHP V 129, pp 105-418, 2004.

Single membrane in electric field (bioelectrochemistry)
Y.A. Chizmadzhev, BPAP V 6, Ch 1, pp 1-21, 2004.

Lipid bilayer electropermeabilization (bioelectrochemistry)
Y.A. Chizmadzhev, J. Teissie, and D. Walz, BPAP V 6, Ch 5, pp 173-203, 2004.

Historical perspectives of the development of high sensitivity methods in electrochemistry
B.E. Conway, HPET Ch 1, pp 1-33, 2004.

The next great challenge for valve-regulated lead-acid batteries: high-rate partial-state-of-charge duty in new-generation road vehicles
A. Cooper, L.T. Lam, P.T. Moseley, and D.A.J. Rand, VRLA Ch 17, pp 549-565, 2004.

Analytical applications: Flow injection, liquid chromatography, and capillary electrophoresis (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
N.D. Danielson, EGCL Ch 9, pp 397-444, 2004.

Clinical and biological applications of ECL (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
J.D. Debad, E.N. Glezer, J. Wohlstadter, G.B. Sigai, and J.K. Leland, EGCL Ch 8, pp 359-396, 2004.

Electrochemistry with nanoparticles
S. Devarajan and S. Sampath, CHNM V 2, Ch 20, pp 646-687, 2004.

Towards exploiting the electrochemistry of cytochrome P450
D. Djuricic, B.D. Fleming, H.A.O. Hill, and Y. Tian, TMEC Ch 6, pp 189-208, 2004.

DMFC stacks and systems in the kW range (direct methanol fuel cell)
H. Dohle and J. Mergel, FCAA Ch 4, pp 43-60, 2004.

Glass and ceramic electrolytes for lithium and lithium-ion batteries
N.J. Dudney, LBST Ch 20, pp 623-642, 2004.

Development of electrochemical methods for determination of atarovastatin and analytical application to pharmaceutical products and spiked human plasma
N. Erk, CRAC V 34, pp 1-7, 2004.

Solid electrolyte potentiometry aided studies of oxidic catalysts
M. Estenfelder, T. Hahn, and H.-G. Lintz, CARE V 46, pp 1-29, 2004.

Experimental techniques of electrogenerated chemiluminescence
F.-R.F. Fan, EGCL Ch 2, pp 23-99, 2004.

A short dip into the recent history of the double layer - my personal recollections
W.R. Fawcett, HPET Ch 9, pp 181-188, 2004.

Electrodeposited nanogranular magnetic cobalt alloys
V. Fedosyuk, ENST V 2, pp 895-918, 2004.

Simulation of electroanalytical systems ~ 1962 - 2002: a personal perspective: from ad hoc simulations to a generalized simulator
S.W. Feldberg, HPET Ch 10, pp 189-214, 2004.

The indirect laser-induced temperature jump method for characterizing fast interfacial electron transfer: concept, application, and results
S.W. Feldberg, M.D. Newton, and J.F. Samlley, EACH V 22, Ch 2, pp 101-180, 2004.

Organic ECL systems (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
S.P. Forry and R.M. Wightman, EGCL Ch 6, pp 273-299, 2004.

Electrochemical oxidation of organics on iridium oxide and synthetic diamond based electrodes
G. Foti and C. Comninellis, MAEC V 37, Ch 3, pp 87-130, 2004.

Issues associated with material characteristics in PEM fuel cells
M.W. Fowler, P.F. Mann, J.C. Amphlett, S. Kundu, J.Wheeldon, and B.A. Peppley, FCAA Ch 9, pp 135-156, 2004.

Selectivity in electrochemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
T. Fuchigami, T. Nonaka, and H.J. Schafer, EECH V 8, Ch 13, pp 399-450, 2004.

Conducting polymer nanostructures
R. Gangopadhyay, ENST V 2, pp 105-131, 2004.

Conducting solids
R.K.B. Gover and P.R. Slater, ARCH V 100A, Ch 26, pp 525-552, 2004.

NMR studies of cathode materials for lithium-ion rechargeable batteries
C.P. Grey and N. Dupre, CHRE V 104, pp 4493-4512, 2004.

An introduction to fuel processing and some advances in fuel processor catalysts (fuel cell)
P. Gray and C. Jaffray, FCAA Ch 5, pp 61-73, 2004.

Microelectrochemical techniques for probing kinetics at liquid/liquid interfaces
S.X. Guo, P.R. Unwin, A.L. Whitworth, and J. Zhang, PRRK V 29, pp 43-166, 2004.

Capillary gel electrophoresis and related microseparation techniques
A. Guttman, EKPH Ch 4, pp 69-108, 2004.

Industrial applications of diamond electrodes
W. Haenni, P. Rychen, M. Fryda, and C. Comninellis, TFD2 Ch 5, pp 149-196, 2004.

Inorganic supramolecular architectures at surfaces
M.-a. Haga and T. Yutaka, TMEC Ch 10, pp 311-336, 2004.

Fuel cell vehicle simulation 'FCVSim' – a new tool
K.H. Hauer and R.M. Moore, FCAA Ch 10, pp 157-177, 2004.

Electrochemical fabrication of nanowires
H. He and N.J. Tao, ENST V 2, pp 755-772, 2004.

Spectroelectrochemistry at optically transparent electrodes: an historical perspective
W.R. Heineman, HPET Ch 3, pp 73-102, 2004.

Cathodic reactions of hydrocarbons, olefins, and aromatic compounds
J. Heinze, EECH V 8, Ch 4, pp 93-124, 2004.

Conducting polymers
J. Heinze, EECH V 8, Ch 16, pp 605-644, 2004.

Bioelectrochemistry
A. Heller, HPET Ch 11, pp 215-217, 2004.

Fuel cells
K. Hemmes, MAEC V 37, Ch 4, pp 131-251, 2004.

Alternative polymer systems for proton exchange membranes (PEMs)
M.A. Hickner, H. Ghassemi, Y.S. Kim, B.R. Einsla, and J.E. McGrath, CHRE V 104, pp 4587-4611, 2004.

Review of developments in portable hydrogen production using microreactor technology
J.D. Holladay, Y. Wang, and E. Jones, CHRE V 104, pp 4767-4789, 2004.

Electrochemistry plus ultra-high vacuum methods
A.T. Hubbard, HPET Ch 2, pp 35-72, 2004.

Alloys and intermetallic anodes (lithium batteries)
R.A. Huggins, LBST Ch 9, pp 270-296, 2004.

Separator materials for valve-regulated lead-acid batteries
K. Ihmels and W. Bohnstedt, VRLA Ch 7, pp 183-205, 2004.

Hydrogen form renewable energy sources (fuel cell)
D. Infield, FCAA Ch 6, pp 75-88, 2004.

Current issues of metallic lithium anode (lithium batteries)
M. Ishikawa and M. Morita, LBST Ch 10, pp 297-312, 2004.

NMR detection in capillary electrophoresis and capillary electrochromatography
D.A. Jayawickrama, A.M. Wolters, and J.V. Sweedler, EKPH Ch 13, pp 311-343, 2004.

Practical aspects of preparative scale electrolysis (organic electrochemistry)
J. Jorissen, EECH V 8, Ch 2, pp 25-72, 2004.

Battery management (valve regulated)
A. Jossen, VRLA Ch 8, pp 207-240, 2004.

Electrochemical reactions of sulhr organic compounds (organic electrochemistry)
V. Jouikov and J. Simonet, EECH V 8, Ch 9, pp 235-276, 2004.

From electron transfer to chemistry: electrochemical analysis of organometallic reaction centers and of their interaction across ligand bridges
W. Kaim, TMEC Ch 4, pp 127-151, 2004.

Photochemistry and electrochemistry of nanoassemblies
P.V. Kamat, CHNM V 2, Ch 19, pp 620-645, 2004.

Electron transfer and spin up-conversion processes (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
A. Kapturkiewicz, EGCL Ch 4, pp 163-211, 2004.

Reduction of oxygen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
S. Kashimura and M. Ishifine, EECH V 8, Ch 7, pp 199-215, 2004.

Electrokinetic chromatography
E. Kenndler and A. Rizzi, CEP6 Ch 7, pp 297-318, 2004.

Polymeric electrolytes: an overview (lithium batteries)
J.B. Kerr, LBST Ch 19, pp 574-622, 2004.

Micropreparative applications and on-line sample treatment (electrophoresis)
J. Khandurina, EKPH Ch 12, pp 277-310, 2004.

Micro chemical processing on microchips
Y. Kikutani and T. Kitamori, EKPH Ch 11, pp 253-275, 2004.

Capillary isoelectric focusing
F. Kilar, EKPH Ch 3, pp 43-67, 2004.

Electrochemical tools for other sciences
P.T. Kissinger, HPET Ch 12, pp 219-222, 2004.

Electrochemical nanoelectrodes
I. Kleps, ENST V 2, pp 793-817, 2004.

Ionic conduction in nanostructured materials
P. Knauth, ENST V 4, pp 309-326, 2004.

In-situ scanning probe microscopy
D.M. Kolb, HPET Ch 4, pp 103-122, 2004.

The emergence of electrochemical surface science
D.M. Kolb, HPET Ch 13, pp 223-233, 2004.

High ionic strength electrokinetics
M. Kosmulski and J.B. Rosenholm, ACIS V 112, No. 1-3, pp 93-107, 2004.

Transport in proton conductors for fuel-cell applications: simulations, elementary reactions, and phenomenology
K.-D. Kreuer, S.J. Paddison, E. Spohr, and M. Schuster, CHRE V 104, pp 4637-4678, 2004.

Microstructure and in-silico developments for high-sensitivity proteomics research
T. Laurell, J. Nilsson, and G. Marko-Varga, EKPH Ch 10, pp 223-251, 2004.

Preface to the “Historical perspectives on the evolution of electrochemical tools”, including very detailed electrochemistry genealogical trees
J. Leddy, HPET pp iii-xxvii, 2004.

The surface electrochemistry of metallo-phthalocyanines – dioxygen reduction
A.B.P. Lever and Y. Ma, TMEC Ch 3, pp 99-126, 2004.

Electron transfer at the liquid-liquid interface
M. L'Her and V. Sladkov, TMEC Ch 15, pp 503-546, 2004.

Electrosynthesis of natural products, fine chemicals, and pharmaceuticals
R.D. Little, EECH V 8, Ch 11, pp 313-337, 2004.

Three-dimensional battery architectures
J.W. Long, B. Dunn, D.R. Rolison, and H.S. White, CHRE V 104, pp 4463-4492, 2004.

Charge transport at conjugated polymer-inorganic semiconductor and conjugated polymer-metal interfaces
M. Lonergan, ARPC V 55, pp 257-298, 2004.

Electrochemical processes in high-temperature aqueous solutions
S.N. Lvov and D.A. Palmer, ASET Ch 11, pp 377-408, 2004.

Current issues and market trends of Li-ion batteries for consumer applications
D. MacArthur, LBST Ch 23, pp 701-706, 2004.

ECL theory: mass transfer and homogeneous kinetics (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
J.T. Maloy, EGCL Ch 3, pp 101-162, 2004.

The polarization model for hydration/double layer interactions: the role of the electrolyte ions
M. Manciu and E. Ruckenstein, ACIS V 112, No. 1-3, pp 109-128, 2004.

Modeling of PEM fuel cells
P.F. Mann, J.C. Amphlett, M.W. Fowler, B.A. Peppley, and C.P. Thurgood, FCAA Ch 8, pp 113-134, 2004.

Materials aspects: an overview (lithium batteries)
A. Manthiram, LBST Ch 1, pp 3-41, 2004.

Supramolecular electrochemistry of coordination compounds and molecular devices
M. Marcaccio, F. Paolucci, and S. Roffia, TMEC Ch 8, pp 223-281, 2004.

Polyanion-based positive electrode materials (lithium batteries)
C. Masquelier, S. Patoux, C. Wurm, and M Morcrette, LBST Ch 15, pp 445-477, 2004.

Oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds (alcohols, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids)
Y. Matsumura, EECH V 8, Ch 6, pp 171-197, 2004.

Electrochemical insertion of lithium in carbon nanotubes
G. Maurin and F. Henn, ENST V 2, pp 773-792, 2004.

State of understanding of Nafion
K.A. Mauritz and R.B. Moore, CHRE V 104, pp 4535-4585, 2004.

Mono- and dinuclear molybdenum and tungsten complexes: electrochemistry, optics and magnetics
J.A. McCleverty and M.D. Ward, TMEC Ch 2, pp 71-96, 2004.

Direct hydrocarbon solid oxide fuel cells
S. McIntosh and R.J. Gorte, CHRE V 104, pp 4845-4865, 2004.

Chloric acid and chlorates
S.K. Mendiratta and B.L. Duncan, KOE5 V 6, pp 103-120, 2004.

Coreactants (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
W. Miao and J.-P. Choi, EGCL Ch 5, pp 213-271, 2004.

Electrochemistry of nitrogen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
K.D. Moeller, EECH V 8, Ch 10, pp 277-312, 2004.

Electrochemistry of heterocycles
C. Moinet, EECH V 8, Ch 12, pp 339-398, 2004.

The valve-regulated battery - a paradigm shift in lead-acid technology
P.T. Moseley and D.A.J. Rand, VRLA Ch 1, pp 1-14, 2004.

Electrochemistry: one of the pillars of measurement science
R.W. Murray, HPET Ch 5, pp 123-153, 2004.

Trace-anion catalysis of outer-sphere heterogeneous charge-transfer reactions
Z. Nagy, MAEC V 37, Ch 5, pp 253-269, 2004.

Electrochemistry at synchrotrons
Z. Nagy, HPET Ch 14, pp 235-240, 2004.

Corrosion and corrosion control
P. Natishan and P. Moran, KOE5 V 7, pp 796-819, 2004.

Anodes and composite anodes: an overview (lithium batteries)
L.F. Nazar and O. Crosnier, LBST Ch 4, pp 112-143, 2004.

Liquid electrolytes: some theoretical and practical aspects (lithium batteries)
M. Nazri, LBST Ch 17, pp 509-529, 2004.

Graphite-electrolyte interface in lithium-ion batteries
M. Nazri, B. Yebka, and G.-A. Nazri, LBST Ch 6, pp 195-219, 2004.

Charging techniques for VRLA batteries
R.F. Nelson, VRLACh 9, pp 241-293, 2004.

Conducting polymer nanomaterials
S. Neves, W.A. Gazotti, and M.-A. De Paoli, ENST V 2, pp 133-152, 2004.

Remote-area power-supply (raps) systems and the valve-regulated lead-acid Battery
R.H. Newnham, VRLA Ch 14, pp 467-490, 2004.

Electrogenerated acids and bases (organic electrochemistry)
M.F. Nielsen, EECH V 8, Ch 14, pp 451-488, 2004.

Carboxylic acid-terminated alkanethiol SAMs on gold bead electrodes as a nonphysiological partner for cytochrome-c
K. Niki, Michael G. Hill, and H.B. Gray, HPET Ch 15, pp 241-248, 2004.

Affinity capillary electrophoresis
V.M. Okun and E. Kenndler, EKPH Ch 5, pp 109-140, 2004.

Cyclic voltammetry: a personal perspective
K.B. Oldham, HPET Ch 16, pp 249-252, 2004.

Membrane potentials: measurement, occurrence and roles in cellular functions
P. O’Shea, BPAP V 6, Ch 2, pp 23-59, 2004.

Applications of electrodeposited nanostructures
G. Palumbo, J.L. McCrea, and U. Erb, ENST V 1, pp 89-99, 2004.

Molten salts for two centuries
G.N. Papatheodorou, HPET Ch 17, pp 253-258, 2004.

Cathodes based on LiCoO2 and LiNiO2 (lithium batteries)
B. Park, Y.J. Kim, and J. Cho, LBST Ch 14, pp 410-444, 2004.

Battery energy-storage systems for power-supply networks (valve regulated)
C.D. Parker and J. Garche, VRLA Ch 10, pp 295-326, 2004.

Trends in cathode materials for rechargeable batteries (lithium batteries)
M. Pasquali, S. Passerini, and G. Pistoia, LBST Ch 11, pp 315-360, 2004.

Formation of lead-acid batteries and structure of positive and negative active masses (valve regulated)
D. Pavlov, VRLA Ch 3, pp 37-108, 2004.

Oxidation and reduction of halogen-containing compounds (organic electrochemistry)
D.G. Peters, EECH V 8, Ch 8, pp 217-233, 2004.

Negative plates in valve-regulated lead-acid batteries
K. Peters, VRLA Ch 5, pp 135-162, 2004.

Chemistry, electrochemistry and all-iron hydrogenase
C.J. Pickett, TMEC Ch 7, pp 209-220, 2004.

Bond and structure activation by anodic electron-transfer: metal-hydrogen bond cleavage and cis/trans isomerization in coordination compounds
A.J.L. Pombeiro and M.F.C.G. da Silva, TMEC Ch 5, pp 153-186, 2004.

Lead alloys for valve-regulated lead-acid batteries
R.D. Prengaman, VRLA Ch 2, pp 15-35, 2004.

Capillary electrophoresis for the analysis of biopolymers
W.W.C. Quigley and N.J. Dovichi, ACAR V 76, pp 4645-4658, 2004.

Migration of sample components in capillary analytical techniques: chromatography, electrophoresis, and electrochromatography
A.S. Rathore, EKPH Ch 1, pp 1-13, 2004.

Role of electronic structure in the susceptibility of metastable transition-metal oxide structures to transformation
J. Reed and G. Ceder, CHRE V 104, pp 4513-4533, 2004.

Applications of capillary electrochromatography
V.T. Remcho, S.L. Clark, A. Doneau, and G.S. Chirica, EKPH Ch 14, pp 345-425, 2004.

Valve-regulated lead-acid batteries in automotive applications - a battery manufacturer's perspective
G. Richter and E. Meissner, VRLA Ch 12, pp 397-433, 2004.

Electrochemiluminescence (ECL)
M.M. Richter, CHRE V 104, pp 3003-3036, 2004.

Metal chelate systems (electrogenerated chemiluminescence)
M.M. Richter, EGCL Ch 7, pp 301-358, 2004.

Capillary zone electrophoresis
P.G. Righetti, A. Bossi, L. Castelletti, and B.Verzola, CEP6 Ch 9,

pp 369-402, 2004. Electrophoresis of proteins and peptides
P.G. Righetti, M. Hamdan, F. Antonucci, B. Verzola, and A. Bossi, CEP6 Ch 15, pp 633-668, 2004.

Musings on things electrochemical
P.N. Ross, HPET Ch 18, pp 259-262, 2004.

X-ray absorption spectroscopy of low temperature fuel cell catalysts
A.E. Russell and A. Rose, CHRE V 104, pp 4613-4635 2004.

Technology advances for fuel cell vehicle systems
M. Sadler, FCAA Ch 1, pp 1-14, 2004.

Batteries, secondary cells
A.J. Salkind, M. Klein, K.R. Bullock, J.R. Pierson, and P.R. Gifford, KOE5 V 3, pp 471-561, 2004.

Aluminum and aluminum alloys
R.E. Sanders, KOE5 V 2, pp 279-343, 2004.

The alkaline fuel cell in mobile applications
G. Sauer and O. Carlisle, FCAA Ch 2, pp 15-29, 2004.

Comparison of chemical and electrochemical methods in organic synthesis
H.J. Schafer, EECH V 8, Ch 3, pp 73-92, 2004.

Anodic reactions of alkanes, alkenes, and aromatic compounds
H.J. Schafer, EECH V 8, Ch 5, pp 125-169, 2004.

Techniques in electrochemical nanotechnology
P. Schmuki, S. Maupai,T. Djenizian, L. Santinacci, A. Spiegel, and U. Sclierf, ENST V 10, pp 393-410, 2004.

Understanding phase transformations in lithium battery materials by transmission electron microscopy
Y. Shao-Horn, LBST Ch 16, pp 478-506, 2004.

Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes (fuel cell)
R.A. Shatwell, FCAA Ch 7, pp 89-111, 2004.

Methods to investigate mechanisms of electroorganic reactions
B. Speiser, EECH V 8, Ch 1, pp 1-23, 2004.

Recovery and recycling of lead-acid batteries (valve regulated)
M.W. Stevenson, VRLA Ch 15, pp 491-512, 2004.

Effects of pore flow on separation efficiency in capillary electrochromatography with porous particles
R. Stol and W.T. Kok, EKPH Ch 8, pp 189-209, 2004.

Electrically conducting diamond thin films: advanced electrode materials for electrochemical technologies
G.M. Swain, EACH V 22, Ch 3, pp 181-277, 2004.

Electroanalytical applications of diamond electrodes
G.M. Swain, TFD2 Ch 4, pp 121-148, 2004.

Lithium batteries for medical applications
E.S. Takeuchi, R.A. Leising, D.M. Spillman, R. Rubino, H. Gan, K.J. Takeuchi, and A.C. Marschilok, LBST Ch 22, pp 686-700, 2004.

The key role of nanoparticles in reactivity of 3d metal oxides towards Li (lithium batteries)
J.M. Tarascon, S. Grugeon, S. Laruelle, D. Larcher, and P. Poizot, LBST Ch 7, pp 220-246, 2004.

Cell membrane electropermeabilization (bioelectrochemistry)
J. Teissie, BPAP V 6, Ch 6, pp 205-235, 2004.

Adsorption and reaction at electrochemical interfaces as probed by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Z.-Q. Tian and B. Ren, ARPC V 55, pp 197-229, 2004.

Indirect electrochemical reactions (organic electrochemistry)
S. Torii, EECH V 8, Ch 15, pp 489-603, 2004.

Looking at the metal/solution interface with the electrochemical quartz-crystal microbalance: theory and experiment
V. Tsionsky, L. Daikhin, M. Urbakh, and E. Gileadi, EACH V 22, Ch 1, pp 1-99, 2004.

Electroformational coupling (bioelectrochemistry)
T.Y. Tsong, BPAP V 6, Ch 4, pp 153-172, 2004.

Ultrashort-column capillary electrochromatography
T. Tsuda, EKPH Ch 9, pp 211-222, 2004.

A review about the surface resistance technique in electrochemistry
R. Tucceri, SUSR V 56, pp 85-157, 2004.

The role of electronic properties in the electrochemical behavior of intercalation compounds from a first principles vantage point (lithium batteries)
A. Van der Ven and G. Ceder, LBST Ch 2, pp 42-84, 2004.

From current / potential voltammetry to on-line mass spectrometry
W. Vielstich, HPET Ch 19, pp 263-272, 2004.

Valve-regulated lead-acid batteries for telecommunications and UPS applications
R. Wagner, VRLA Ch 13, pp 435-465, 2004.

Electrochemistry of silicate-based nanomaterials
A. Walcarius, ENST V 2, pp 857-893, 2004.

Inherently conducting polymer nanostructures
G.G. Wallace, P.C. Innis, and L.A.P. Kane-Maguire, ENST V 4, pp 113-130, 2004.

Conducting polymer nanotubes
M. Wan, ENST V 2, pp 153-169, 2004.

Fundamental models for fuel cell engineering
C.-Y. Wang, CHRE V 104, pp 4727-4765, 2004.

Electrochemical and chemical reactivity dithiolene complexes
K. Wang, PICH V 52, Ch 5, pp 267-314, 2004.

Physical electrochemistry - some reflections on the last twenty five years
M.J. Weaver, HPET Ch 20, pp 273-278, 2004.

Modeling transport in polymer-electrolyte fuel cells
A.Z. Weber and J. Newman, CHRE V 104, pp 4679-4726, 2004.

The function of the separator in the valve-regulated lead-acid battery
M.J. Weighall, VRLA Ch 6, pp 163-181, 2004.

Methods development for capillary electrophoresis with emphasis on small molecules
R. Weinberger, EKPH Ch 2, pp 15-42, 2004.

Electroosmotic mobility and conductivity in microchannels
E. Wen, A.S. Rathore, and C. Horvath, EKPH Ch 6, pp 141-165, 2004.

What are batteries, fuel cells, and supercapacitors?
M. Winter and R.J. Brodd, CHRE V 104, pp 4245-4269, 2004.

Carbonaceous and graphitic anodes (lithium batteries)
M. Winter, K.-C. Moeller, and J.O. Besenhard, LBST Ch 5, pp 144-194, 2004.

Synthesis of battery materials (lithium batteries)
M.S. Wittingham, LBST Ch 3, pp 85-109, 2004.

Lithium batteries and cathode materials
M.S. Whittingham, CHRE V 104, pp 4271-4301, 2004.

Spinel cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries
Y. Xia and M. Yoshio, LBST Ch 12, pp 361-380, 2004.

Electrochemical synthesis of semiconductor nanowires
D. Xu and G. Guo, ENST V 2, pp 837-856, 2004.

Nonaqueous liquid electrolytes for lithium-based rechargeable batteries
K. Xu, CHRE V 104, pp 4303-4417, 2004.

Electrochemical self-assembly of oxide/dye composites
T. Yoshida and D. Schlettwein, ENST V 2, pp 819-836, 2004.

Homoleptic, mononuclear transition metal complexes of 1,2-dithiolenes: updating their electrochemical-to-structure properties
P. Zanello and E. Grigiotti, TMEC Ch 1, pp 3-70, 2004.

Electrokinetics of heterogeneous interfaces
M. Zembala, ACIS V 112, No. 1-3, pp 59-92, 2004.

Dropping mercury electrodes
P. Zuman, HPET Ch 21, pp 279-281, 2004.


2005

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Control of chloride ion exchange by DNA hybridization at polypyrrole electrode
T. Aiyejorun, L. Thompson, J. Kowalik, M. Josowicz, and J. Janata, ECNP Ch 9, pp 331-344, 2005.

The versatile carbon paraffin electrodes (CpfEs): applications from natural minerals to fuel cell catalysts
C.M.V.B. Almeida, S.H. Bonilla, and B.F. Gianetti, NS05 Ch 1, pp 1-66, 2005.

Potassium tellurocyanate as a tellurating agent
A.Z. Al-Rubaie, NS06 Ch 3, pp 67-89, 2005.

Ultrafast electron transfer at the molecule-semiconductor nanoparticle interface
N.A. Anderson and T. Lian, ARPC V 56, pp 491-519, 2005.

Physical chemistry of ionic liquids, inorganic and organic, protic and aprotic
C.A. Angell, W. Xu, M. Yoshizawa, A. Hayashi, J.-P. Belieres, P. Lucas, and M. Videa, EIL1 Ch 2, pp 5-23, 2005.

Electron transfer reactions with and without ion transfer
A.J. Appleby, MAEC V 38, Ch 2, pp 175-301, 2005.

Direct ozone-water generation by electrolysis: novel application of self-standing diamond electrodes
K. Arihara and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 24, pp 543-555, 2005.

Development of valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA) batteries
P.G. Balakrishnan and J. Rethinam, NS02 Ch 1, pp 1-54, 2005.

Electrochemistry and electrogenerated chemiluminescence of semiconductor nanocrystals in solutions and in films
A.J. Bard, Z. Ding, and N. Myung, STAB V 118, pp 1-57, 2005.

Special aspects of impedance modeling of power sources
E. Barsoukov, IMS2 Ch 4.5.1, pp 430-443 and 541-581, 2005.

Batteries (impedance spectroscopy)
E. Barsoukov, IMS2 Ch 4.5.2, pp 444-468 and 541-581, 2005.

Modeling of PEM fuel cell stacks with hydraulic network approach
J.J. Baschuk and X. Li, TPFC Ch 8, pp 283-315, 2005.

Numerical models for planar solid oxide fuel cells
S.B. Beale, TPFC Ch 2, pp 43-82, 2005.

Electrochemistry of polymeric thin films prepared by Langmuir-Blodgett technique
P. Bertoncello, NS05 Ch 2, pp 67-90, 2005.

Electrochemical processes in textile processing
T. Bechtold and B. Heiko, NS04 Ch 1, pp 1-53, 2005.

Electrochemical detection in capillary electrophoresis on microchips
A.J. Blasco and A. Escarpa, WCAC V 45, Ch 14, pp 703-758, 2005.

Characterization of materials (impedance spectroscopy)
N. Bonanos, B.C.H. Steele, and E.P. Butler, IMS2 Ch 4.1, pp 205-264 and 541-581, 2005.

Inverse problem in potentiodynamic electrochemical impedance
A.S. Bondarenko and G.A. Ragoisha, NS21 pp 89-102, 2005.

Amperometric enzyme sensors based on direct and mediated electron transfer
S. Borgmann, G. Hartwich, A. Schulte, and W. Schuhmann, ECNP Ch 17, pp 599-655, 2005.

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis: the state of the art
C. Bratt, WCAC V 46, Ch 4, pp 253-274, 2005.

DNA-based biosensors
A.M.O. Brett, WCAC V 44, Ch 4, pp 179-208, 2005.

Determination and electrooxidation of sulfur-containing compounds at boron-doped diamond electrodes
O. Chailapakul, D.A. Tryk, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 15, pp 321-341, 2005.

On-line sample precontrentration techniques in capillary electrophoresis
H. Chen and S. Terabe, WCAC V 45, Ch 3, pp 135-172, 2005.

Oxygen electrode reversibility in ionic melts
V.L. Cherenginets, CCHK V 41, Ch 2.4, pp 129-180, 2005.

Ozone generation with boron-doped diamond electrodes and its application
E.-I. Cho, G.-S. Kim, J.-E. Park, and S.-G. Park, DIEL Ch 22, pp 502-524, 2005.

Catalysis of solid oxide fuel cells
S.S.C. Chuang, CSPR V 18, Ch 5, pp 186-198, 2005.

Application of synthetic boron-doped diamond electrodes in electrooxidation processes
C. Comninellis, I. Duo, P.-A. Michaud, B. Marselli, and S.-M. Park, DIEL Ch 20, pp 449-476, 2005.

Impedance behavior of electrochemical supercapacitors and porous electrodes
B.E. Conway, IMS2 Ch 4.5.3, pp 469-497 and 541-581, 2005.

UV-Vis absorbance detection in capillary electrophoresis
A.L. Crego and M.L. Marina, WCAC V 45, Ch 5, pp 225-304, 2005.

Electrodeposition and characterization of Mo-Se thin film layers
N. Dukstiene, NS03 Ch 6, pp 151-178, 2005.

Electrodeposition and characterization of Mo-Se thin film layers
N. Dukstiene, NS06 Ch 2, pp 37-56, 2005.

Electroless deposition
B. Durkin and C. Steinecker, KOE5 V 9, pp 685-727, 2005.

Diamond electrodes with functional structures and surfaces
Y. Einaga, T.A. Ivandini, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 11, pp 238-260, 2005.

Interest of mesoporous organic-inorganic hybrids in electroanalysis: general overview and sensor application for mercury binding to thiol- functionalized silica-based materials
M. Etienne, C. Delacote, and A. Walcarius, NS05 Ch 5, pp 145-184, 2005.

Direct electrochemistry of proteins and enzymes
E.E. Ferapontova, S. Shleev, T. Ruzgas, L. Stoica, A. Christenson, J. Tkac, A.I. Yaropolov, and L. Gorton, ECNP Ch 16, pp 517-598, 2005.

Detecting DNA damage with electrodes
M. Fojta, ECNP Ch 12, pp 385-431, 2005.

Ion conduction in plastic crystals (ionic liquids)
M. Forsyth, J.M. Pringle, and D.R. MacFarlane, EIL1 Ch 24, pp 289-305, 2005.

Electrochemical processing, organic
A.J. Fry, KOE5 V 9, pp 652-685, 2005.

Electrode materials for lithium secondary batteries prepared by sol-gel methods
L.J. Fu, H. Liu, C. Li, Y.P. Wu, E. Rahm, R. Holze, and H.Q. Wu, PRMS V 50, pp 881-928, 2005.

Electrolytic reactions (ionic liquids)
T. Fuchigami, EIL1 Ch 8, pp 89-109, 2005.

Zeta potentials in the flotation of oxide and silicate minerals
D.W. Fuerstenau and Pradip, ACIS V 114, pp 9-26, 2005.

Nanoparticulate porous films for electrochemical device applications
S. Fujihara, K. Kakiuchi, and E. Hosono, NS01 Ch 5, pp 133-157, 2005.

Fundamental and applied aspects of diamond electrodes
A. Fujishima, Y. Einaga, T.N. Rao, and D.A. Tryk, DIEL Ch 25, pp 556-574, 2005.

Solubilization of biomaterials into ionic liquids
K. Fujita, Y. Fukaya, N. Nishimura, and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 12, pp 157-163, 2005.

Redox reaction of proteins (ionic liquids)
K. Fujita and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 13, pp 1665-169, 2005.

Electrochemical processing
T.F. Fuller and J. Newman, KOE5 V 9, pp 606-617, 2005.

Application of diamond electrodes for water disinfection
T. Furuta, P. Rychen, H. Tanaka, L. Pupunat, W. Haenni, and Y. Nishiki, DIEL Ch 23, pp 525-542, 2005.

New ideas and results in electrochemical crystallization and deposition of metals
Y.D. Gamburg, NS03 Ch 2, pp 47-77, 2005.

Separation modes in capillary electrophoresis
M.A. Garcia, M.L. Marina, A. Rios, and M. Valcarel, WCAC V 45, Ch 2, pp 31-134, 2005.

Analysis of conducting polymer electrode morphology from ion diffusion impedance measurements
G. Garcia-Belmonte, NS05 Ch 4, pp 123-143, 2005.

Chiral analysis by capillary electrophoresis
C. Garcia-Ruiz and M.L. Marina, WCAC V 45, Ch 13, pp 617-701, 2005.

Overview (isoelectric focusing)
D.E. Garfin and S. Ahuja, HIEF Ch 1, pp 1-12, 2005.

Time-resolved photocurrent generation (impedance spectroscopy)
A. Goossens, IMS2 Ch 4.3.5, pp 325-342 and 541-581, 2005.

Electrochemical processing, inorganic
M.P. Grotheer, KOE5 V 9, pp 618-652, 2005.

Electrosorption valency and partial charge transfer
R. Guidelli and W. Schmickler, MAEC V 38, Ch 3, pp 303-371, 2005.

Novel fluoroanion salts (ionic liquids)
R. Hagiwara and K. Matsumoto, EIL1 Ch 18, pp 227-235, 2005.

Ionic liquid gels
K. Hanabusa, EIL1 Ch 26, pp 323-329, 2005.

Catalytic hydrogen evolution at mercury electrodes from solutions of peptides and proteins
M. Heyrovsky, ECNP Ch 18, pp 657-687, 2005.

Fully electrical microarrays (bioelectrochemistry)
R. Hintsche, B. Elsholz, G. Piechotta, R. Woerl, C.G.J. Schabmueller, J. Albers, V. Dharuman, E. Nebling, A. Hanisch, L. Blohm, F. Hofmann, B. Holzapfl, A. Frey, C. Paulus, M. Schienle, and R. Thewes, ECNP Ch 6, pp 247-277, 2005.

Electrochemical detection in capillary electrophoresis
K.M. Hanson, T.J. Pappas, and L.A. Holland, WCAC V 45, Ch 8, pp 413-440, 2005.

Electrochemistry at nanostructured diamond electrodes: characterization and applications
K. Honda and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 19, pp 414-448, 2005.

Electroplating of metal matrix composites by codeposition of suspended particles
A. Hovestad and L.J.J. Janssen, MAEC V 38, Ch 6, pp 475-532, 2005.

Copper electrochemical polishing for ULSI fabrications
J. Huo, R. Solanki, and J. McAndrew, NS01 Ch 4, pp 77-131, 2005.

Copper electrochemical polishing for ULSI fabrications
J. Huo, R. Solanki, and J. McAndrew, NS06 Ch 4, pp 91-144, 2005.

Preparation and characterization of polycrystalline chemical vapor deposited boron-doped diamond thin films (diamond electrodes)
T.A. Ivandini, Y. Einaga, K. Honda, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 2, pp 11-25, 2005.

Alternative electrofocusing methods
C.F. Ivory, HIEF Ch 13, pp 297-310, 2005.

Construction of solid/solid interface between hydrogen storage alloy electrode and solid electrolyte for battery application (solid state ionics)
C. Iwakura, H. Inoue, N. Furukawa, S. Nohara, H. Sakaguchi, and M. Morita, SSIB Ch 5, pp 133-186, 2005.

Ball-milling in liquid media: applications to the preparation of anodic materials for lithium-ion batteries
R. Janot and D. Guerard, PRMS V 50, pp 1-92, 2005.

Coupling nuclear magnetic resonance to capillary electrophoresis
D.A. Jayawickrama and J.V. Sweedler, WCAC V 45, Ch 12, pp 583-616, 2005.

Numerical simulation of proton exchange membrane fuel cell
T.C. Jen, T.Z. Jan, and Q.H. Chen, TPFC Ch 6, pp 215-246, 2005.

Solid state devices (impedance spectroscopy)
W.B. Johnson and W.L. Worrell, IMS2 Ch 4.3, pp 282-302 and 541-581, 2005.

Electrochemical instability at liquid/liquid interfaces
T. Kakiuchi, INLL Ch 7, pp 155-170, 2005.

Enzyme biosensors containing polymeric electron transfer systems
H.I. Karan, WCAC V 44, Ch 3, pp 131-178, 2005.

General techniques (electrochemical, for ionic liquids)
Y. Katayama, EIL1 Ch 3, pp 27-34, 2005.

Electrodeposition of metals in ionic liquids
Y. Katayama, EIL1 Ch 9, pp 111-131, 2005.

Liquid crystalline ionic liquids
T. Kato and M. Yoshio, EIL1 Ch 25, pp 307-320, 2005.

Amplified electrochemical and photoelectrochemical analysis of DNA
E. Katz, B. Willner, and H. Willner, ECNP Ch 5, pp 195-246, 2005.

Electroforming of conductive films on ceramic
M. Kawase, NS03 Ch 5, pp 129-149, 2005.

Progress in solid oxide fuel cell materials
K. Kendall, IMAR V 50, pp 257-264, 2005.

Enzymatic reactions (ionic liquids)
T. Kifazume, EIL1 Ch 10, pp 135-142, 2005.

Electrochemical processes at aqueous/organic solution or aqueous/membrane interfaces
S. Kihara, INLL Ch 6, pp 127-153, 2005.

Electrochemical properties of lithium-ion polymer battery with cross-linking-type gel polymer electrolyte
H.-S. Kim, C.-W. Lee, and S.-I. Moon, NS02 Ch 6, pp 147-166, 2005.

Molecular self-assembly in ionic liquids
N. Kimizuka and T. Nakashima, EIL1 Ch 11, pp 143-156, 2005.

Polymer solid electrolytes for lithium-ion conduction (solid state ionics)
S. Kohjiya, Y. Ikeda, and K. Senoo, SSIB Ch 6, pp 187-223, 2005.

Selectivity and dynamic behavior of glass electrodes
H.H. Kohler, C. Haider, and S. Woelki, ACIS V 114, pp 281-290, 2005.

Single-crystal homoepitaxial diamond electrodes
T. Kondo, K. Honda, Y. Einaga, D.A. Tryk, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 8, pp 149-173, 2005.

Electrocatalytic hydrogenation of unsaturated organic molecules: some features and preparative opportunities
L.M. Korotaeve and T.Y. Rubinskaya, NS01 Ch 1, pp 1-22, 2005.

Electrocatalytic hydrogenation of unsaturated organic molecules: some features and preparative opportunities
L.M. Korotaeve and T.Y. Rubinskaya, NS06 Ch 5, pp 145-166, 2005.

First principles calculations of lithium battery materials (solid state ionics)
Y. Koyama and I. Tanaka, SSIB Ch 7, pp 225-271, 2005.

Magnesium and magnesium alloys
D.A. Kramer, KOE5 V 15, pp 320-381, 2005.

Novel optical detection techniques in CE (capillary electrophoresis) based on phosphorescence or chemiluminescence
J. Kuijt, F. Ariese, and C. Gooijer, WCAC V 45, Ch 7, pp 375-411, 2005.

Vibrational spectroscopic detection in capillary electrophoresis (CE)
S. Kulka and R. Lendl, WCAC V 45, Ch 11, pp 557-582, 2005.

Thermodynamics of lithium insertion into transition metal oxides
W. Kucza, G. Rog, and M. Danielewski, NS02 Ch 4, pp 87-113, 2005.

Thermodynamics of lithium insertion into transition metal oxides
W. Kucza, G. Rog, and M. Danielewski, NS03 Ch 7, pp 179-206, 2005.

Fuel cells
J. Larmine, KOE5 V 11, pp 199-228, 2005.

Fe/Si multi-layer thin film anodes for lithium rechargeable batteries
S.-M. Lee, J.-B. Kim, and S.-H. Lim, NS02 Ch 3, pp 75-86, 2005.

Semiconducting and metallic boron-doped diamond electrodes
C. Levy-Clement, DIEL Ch 5, pp 80-114, 2005.

Studies on organodisulfide polymers as cathode active materials for lithium secondary batteries
J. Li, H. Zhan, C. Zhan, Z. Li, and Y. Zhou, NS02 Ch 7, pp 167-203, 2005.

Multiple transport processes in solid oxide fuel cells
P.-W. Li, L. Schaefer, and M.K. Chyu, TPFC Ch 1, pp 1-41, 2005.

Two-phase transport in porous gas diffusion electrodes (fuel cells)
S. Litster and N. Djilali, TPFC Ch 5, pp 175-213, 2005.

Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry for specific detection in capillary electrophoresis
G.A. Llamas, R.F. de la Campa, E.B. Gonzalez, and A.S. Medel, WCAC V 45, Ch 10, pp 519-555, 2005.

Hetero-interaction between Gouy-Stern double layers: charge and potential regulation (colloids)
J. Lyklema and J.F.L. Duval, ACIS V 114, pp 27-45, 2005.

Two-phase microfluidics, heat and mass transport in direct methanol fuel cells
G. Lu and C.-Y. Wang, TPFC Ch 9, pp 317-358, 2005.

Corrosion of materials (impedance spectroscopy)
D.D. Macdonald and M.C.H. McKubre, IMS2 Ch 4.4, pp 343-429 and 541-581, 2005.

Data analysis (impedance spectroscopy)
J.R. Macdonald, IMS2 Ch 3.3, pp 188-204 and 541-581, 2005.

Characterization of the electrical response of high resistivity ionic and dielectric solid materials by immittance spectroscopy
J.R. Macdonald, IMS2 Ch 4.2, pp 264-282 and 541-581, 2005.

Fundamentals of impedance spectroscopy
J.R. Macdonald and W.B. Johnson, IMS2 Ch 1, pp 1-26 and 541-581, 2005.

Solid state electrochemistry I: thermodynamics and kinetics of charge carriers in solids
J. Maier, MAEC V 38, Ch 1, pp 1-173, 2005.

Conducting polymers for DNA sensors and DNA chips: from fabrication to molecular detection
P. Mailley, A. Roget, and T. Livache, ECNP Ch 8, pp 297-330, 2005.

Boron-doped diamond electrodes for the analysis of trace metals
A. Manivannan, D.A. Tryk, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 16, pp 342-374, 2005.

Partial charge transfer during anion adsorption: methodological aspects
V.A. Marichev, SUSR V 56, pp 277-324, 2005.

Fundamentals of capillary electrophoresis
M.L. Marina, A. Rios, and M. Valcarel, WCAC V 45, Ch 1, pp 1-30, 2005.

Carbon electrodes in DNA hybridization research
G. Marrazza, F. Lucarelli, and M. Mascini, ECNP Ch 7, pp 279-296, 2005.

Electrochemical effects on diamond surfaces: wide potential window, reactivity, spectroscopy, doping levels and surface conductivity (diamond electrodes)
H.B. Martin, S.C. Eaton, U. Landau, and J.C. Angus, DIEL Ch 3, pp 26-50, 2005.

The dynamics of filling the flow-through porous cathode with the metal to be deposited: modeling and experiment
A.I. Masliy, N.P. Poddubny, and A.Z. Medvedev, NS03 Ch 4, pp 99-128, 2005.

The dynamics of filling the flow-through porous cathode with the metal to be deposited: modeling and experiment
A.I. Masliy, N.P. Poddubny, and A.Z. Medvedev, NS04 Ch 4, pp 113-143, 2005.

Electrochemical windows of room-temperature ionic liquids
H. Matsumoto, EIL1 Ch 4, pp 35-54, 2005.

Application of ionic liquids to photoelectrochemical cells
H. Matsumoto, EIL1 Ch 15, pp 187-198, 2005.

Impedance measurement techniques
M.C.H. McKubre and D.D. Macdonald, IMS2 Ch 3.1, pp 129-168 and 541-581, 2005.

Electrochemical machining
J.A. McGeough, KOE5 V 9, pp 590-606, 2005.

Polyether/salt hybrids (ionic liquids)
T. Mizumo and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 22, pp 276-276, 2005.

Leveling and brightening mechanisms in metal electrodeposition
L.M. Muresan and S.C. Varvara, NS03 Ch 1, pp 1-45, 2005.

Nanostructural analysis of bright metal surfaces in relation to their reflectivity
N.D. Nicolic, Z. Radocevic, and K.I. Popov, MAEC V 38, Ch 5, pp 425-473, 2005.

Impedance response of electrochromic materials and devices
G.A. Niklasson, A.K. Johsson, and M. Stromme, IMS2 Ch 4.3.4, pp 302-325 and 541-581, 2005.

Recent progress in batteries and future problems (solid state ionics)
Y. Nishi, T. Nanno, H. Yoshizawa, M. Ikoma, S. Fujitani, T. Nohma, H. Tarui, and I. Yonezu, SSIB Ch 2, pp 5-30, 2005.

Ionic liquidized DNA (ionic liquids)
N. Nishimura and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 28, pp 337-344, 2005.

Characterization of oxygenated diamond electrodes
H. Notsu, T. Tatsuma, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 10, pp 218-237, 2005.

Alkali metal ionic liquid
W. Ogihara, M. Yoshizawa, and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 21, pp 259-265, 2005.

Importance and possibility of ionic liquids
H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 1, pp 1-3, 2005.

Neutralized amines (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 19, pp 237-243, 2005.

Future prospects (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 32, pp 375-376, 2005.

Optical waveguide spectroscopy (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno and K. Fujita, EIL1 Ch 7, pp 83-87, 2005.

Ion conductive polymers (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno and M. Yoshizawa, EIL1 Ch 29, pp 347-354, 2005.

Ionic conductivity (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno, M. Yoshizawa, and T. Mizumo, EIL1 Ch 6, pp 75-81, 2005.

Amphoteric polymers (ionic liquids)
H. Ohno, M. Yoshizawa, and W. Ogihara, EIL1 Ch 30, pp 355-361, 2005.

Diamond microelectrodes
H. Olivia, B.V. Sarada, T.N. Rao, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 18, pp 396-413, 2005.

Electron transfer at liquid/liquid interfaces
T. Osakai and H. Hotta, INLL Ch 8, pp 171-188, 2005.

Polarography of DNA: retrospective view
E. Palecek, ECNP Ch 1, pp 1-16, 2005.

Electroactivity of proteins: possibilities in biomedicine and proteomics
E. Palecek, ECNP Ch 19, pp 689-750, 2005.

Electrochemistry of nucleic acids
E. Palecek and F. Jelen, ECNP Ch 3, pp 73-173, 2005.

Electrochemistry of diamond: semiconductor and structural aspects (diamond electrodes)
Y.V. Pleskov, DIEL Ch 4, pp 51-79, 2005.

Organic-inorganic poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)/V2O5 and polypyrrole/γ-Fe2O3 nano-hybrids as lithium insertion electrodes
M. Quintin, A.V. Murugan, C.W. Kwon, O. Devos, M.H. Delville, H.S. Hilal, K. Vijayamohanan, and G. Campet, NS02 Ch 5, pp 115-146, 2005.

Electrostatics of heterogeneous monolayers: constitutive equations and mathematical models (colloids)
B. Radoev, T. Boev, and M. Avramov, ACIS V 114, pp 93-101, 2005.

Potentiodynamic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
G.A. Ragoisha and A.S. Bondarenko, NS01 Ch 3, pp 51-75, 2005.

Theory: the electrical analogs of physical and chemical processes and physical and electrochemical models (impedance spectroscopy)
I.D. Raistrick, D.R. Franceschetti, and J.R. Macdonald, IMS2 Ch 2, pp 27-128 and 541-581, 2005.

Historical survey of diamond electrodes
T.N. Rao, A. Fujishima, and J.C. Angus, DIEL Ch 1, Pp 1-10, 2005.

Electrochemical antibody-based sensors
J. Rishpon and V. Buchner, WCAC V 44, Ch 8, pp 329-373, 2005.

Kinetic aspects of electrical communication in amperometric biosensors
V. Rosca and I.C. Popescu, NS04 Ch 2, pp 55-83, 2005.

Electrophoresis
S. Rudge, KOE5 V 9, pp 738-758, 2005.

Sensors for genotoxicity and oxidized DNA
J.F. Rusling, ECNP Ch 13, pp 433-450, 2005.

Electric conductivity and magnetic ionic liquids
G. Saito, EIL1 Ch 23, pp 277-285, 2005.

Application of ionic liquids to Li batteries
H. Sakaebe and H. Matsumoto, EIL1 Ch 14, pp 173-186, 2005.

Rare-earth materials for solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC)
N. Sakai, K. Yamaji, T. Horita, Y.P. Xiong, and H. Yokokawa, PCRE V 35, Ch 223, pp 1-43, 2005.

Determination of anionic surfactants employing potentiometric sensors
J. Sanchez and M. del Valle, CRAC V 35, pp 15-29, 2005.

Electroanalytical techniques
J.R. Sandifer, KOE5 V 9, pp 567-590, 2005.

Conducting solids
J.E.H. Sansom and P.R. Slater, ARCH V 101A, Ch 24, pp 489-512, 2005.

Development of CO tolerant electrocatalysts for reformate hydrogen and methanol oxidations on proton exchange membrane fuel cells
E.I. Santiago, W.H. Lizcano-Valbuena, E.A. Ticianelli, and E.R. Gonzalez, NS06 Ch 6, pp 167-211, 2005.

Electroanalytical applications of highly boron-doped diamond electrode
B.V. Sarada, C. Terashima, T.A. Ivandini, T.N. Rao, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 12, pp 261-286, 2005.

Commercially available impedance measurement systems
B. Sayers, IMS2 Ch 3.2, pp 168-187 and 541-581, 2005.

Thirty years of haemoglobin electrochemistry
F.W. Scheller, N. Bistolas, S.Q. Liu, M. Janchen, M. Katterle, and U. Wollenberger, ACIS V 116, pp 111-120, 2005.

Electroplating
M. Schlesinger, KOE5 V 9, pp 759-838, 2005.

Nanoengineered composites based on conducting polymers
D.G. Shchukin and D.V. Sviridov, NS05 Ch 3, pp 91-121, 2005.

Fluorine
G. Shia, KOE5 V 11, pp 826-852, 2005.

Diamond electrochemical detector in capillary electrophoresis (diamond electrodes)
D. Shin, D.A. Tryk, A. Fujishima, and J. Wang, DIEL Ch 14, pp 309-320, 2005.

Mass spectrometry detection in capillary electrophoresis
C. Simo and A. Cifuentes, WCAC V 45, Ch 9, pp 441-517, 2005.

Coupling continuous flow systems to capillary electrophoresis
B.M. Simonet, A. Rios, and M. Valcarel, WCAC V 45, Ch 4, pp 173-223, 2005.

Theory and simulation of isoelectric focusing
T.L. Sounart, P.A. Safier, and J.E. Baygents, HIEF Ch 3, pp 41-68, 2005.

Anodic voltammetry at conductive diamond electrodes and its analytical Applications
N. Spataru, D.A. Tryk, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 13, pp 287-308, 2005.

Formation and properties of Ni/WC composite coatings
J. Stevanovic, B. Jugovic, V. Marinovic, and M. Maksimovic, NS03 Ch 3, pp 79-97, 2005.

Phosphoric acid fuel-cells (PAFCs) for utilities: electrocatalyst crystallite design, carbon support, and matrix materials challenges
P. Stonehart and D. Wheeler, MAEC V 38, Ch 4, pp 373-424, 2005.

Industrial applications of boron-doped diamond electrodes: detection of sodium thiosulfate, naproxen and nickel ions and electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction
V. Suryanarayanan, Y. Zhang, and S. Yoshihara, DIEL Ch 17, pp 375-395, 2005.

Diffusion in ionic liquids and correlation with ionic transport behavior
M.A.B.H. Susan, A. Noda, and M. Watanabe, EIL1 Ch 5, pp 55-74, 2005.

Electrochemical and thermo-fluid modeling of a tubular solid oxide fuel cell with accompanying indirect internal fuel reforming
K. Suzuki, H. Iwai, and T. Nishino, TPFC Ch 3, pp 83-131, 2005.

Homogeneous versus heterogeneous self-exchange electron transfer reactions of metal complexes: insights from pressure effects
T.W. Swaddle, CHRE V 105, pp 2573-2608, 2005.

Threading intercalators as redox indicators (bioelectrochemistry)
S. Takenaka, ECNP Ch 10, pp 345-367, 2005.

Recent development of amorphous solid electrolytes and their application to solid-state batteries (solid state ionics)
M. Tatsumisago, A. Hayashi, N. Machida, J. Kawamura, A. Matsuda, and K. Tadanaga, SSIB Ch 3, pp 31-94, 2005.

Solid oxide ion conductors: materials and applications
V. Thangadurai and W. Weppner, NS04 Ch 5, pp 145-185, 2005.

Use of EQCM in conjunction with voltammetry to study mass transfer and charge transfer at electrode surfaces
G. Trejo,Y. Meas, R. Ortega, E. Bahena, and L. Salgado, NS01 Ch 2, pp 23-50, 2005.

Use of EQCM in conjunction with voltammetry to study mass transfer and charge transfer at electrode surfaces
G. Trejo,Y. Meas, R. Ortega, E. Bahena, and L. Salgado, NS04 Ch 3, pp 85-111, 2005.

Chemical, photochemical and electrochemical modification of diamond (diamond electrodes)
D.A. Tryk, T. Kondo, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 9, pp 174-217, 2005.

Application of ionic liquids to double-layer capacitors
M. Ue, EIL1 Ch 17, pp 205-223, 2005.

Peptide and protein separations by capillary electrophoresis and electrochromatography
A. Vegvari, WCAC V 46, Ch 3, pp 149-252, 2005.

Technologies interfacing capillary electrophoresis to mass spectrometry
A. Vegvari, M. Wetterhall, and J. Bergquist, WCAC V 46, Ch 10, pp 449-485, 2005.

Fluorescence detection in capillary electrophoresis
M.T. Veledo, P. Lara-Quintanar, M. de Frutos, and J.C. Diez-Masa, WCAC V 45, Ch 6, pp 305-374, 2005.

Oxidant production on bdd anodes and advanced oxidation processes (diamond electrodes)
N. Vatistas, C. Comninellis, R.M. Serikawa, and G. Prosperi, DIEL Ch 21, pp 477-501, 2005.

Evolution and development of isoelectric focusing
A. Vegvari and F. K1lar, HIEF Ch 2, pp 13-39, 2005.

Electrochemical properties of nucleic acid components
V. Vetterl and S. Hason, ECNP Ch 2, pp 17-71, 2005.

Mathematical modeling of fuel cells: from analysis to numerics
M. Vynnycky and E. Birgersson, TPFC Ch 7, pp 247-282, 2005.

Self-assembly of biomolecules on electrode surfaces: oligonucleotides, amino acids, and proteins toward the single-molecule level
H. Wackerbarth, J. Zhang, M. Grubb, A.G. Hansen, B.L. Ooi, H.E.M. Christensen, and J. Ulstrup, ECNP Ch 15, pp 485-516, 2005.

Fuel cells (impedance spectroscopy)
N. Wagner, IMS2 Ch 4.5.4, pp 497-537 and 541-581, 2005.

The effect of permanent magnets on oxygen reduction reaction and their application in polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFC)
N.I. Wakayama, T. Okada, and L.B. Wang, NS06 Ch 1, pp 1-35, 2005.

Recent development of electrode materials in lithium ion batteries (solid state ionics)
M. Wakihara, T. Miki, M. Nakayama, H. Ikuta, and Y. Uchimoto, SSIB Ch 4, pp 95-132, 2005.

Quantitative prediction of surface segregation in bimetallic Pt-M alloy nanoparticles (M = Ni, Re, Mo) (electrocatalysts for fuel cells)
G.F. Wang, M.A. Van Hove, P.N. Ross, and M.I. Baskes, PRSS V 79, pp 28-45, 2005.

Soft solution processing of nanoscaled lithium vanadium oxides as cathode materials for rechargeable lithium ion batteries
H. Wang, H.Y. Xu, and H. Yan, NS02 Ch 2, pp 55-73, 2005.

Electrochemical nucleic acid biosensors
J. Wang, ECNP Ch 4, pp 175-194, 2005.

Nanoparticle-based electrochemical DNA detection
J. Wang, ECNP Ch 11, pp 369-384, 2005.

Electrochemical immunosensors on the route to proteomic chips
A. Warsinke, W. Stocklein, E. Leupold, E. Micheel, and F.W. Scheller, ECNP Ch 14, pp 451-483, 2005.

Electron injection at dye-sensitized semiconductor electrodes
D.F. Watson and G.J. Meyer, ARPC V 56, pp 119-156, 2005.

Free-flow isoelectric focusing
P.J.A. Weber, G. Weber, C. Eckerskorn, U. Schneider, and A. Posch, HIEF Ch 10, pp 211-245, 2005.

Capillary isoelectric focusing
T. Wehr, HIEF Ch 9, pp 181-210, 2005.

Third generation biosensors - integrating recognition and transduction in electrochemical sensors
U. Wollenberger, WCAC V 44, Ch 2, pp 65-130, 2005.

Electrochemical hydrogen and oxygen evolution mechanisms at B-doped diamond electrodes investigated by TOF-ESD methods
I. Yagi, K. Ueda, and K. Uosaki, DIEL Ch 7, pp 132-148, 2005.

Electrochemical properties and application of diamond electrodes in non-aqueous Electrolytes
M. Yoshimura, K. Honda, H. Masuda, and A. Fujishima, DIEL Ch 6, pp 115-131, 2005.

Zwitterionic liquids (ionic liquids)
M. Yoshizawa, A. Narita, and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 20, pp 245-258, 2005.

Fuel cell (ionic liquids)
M. Yoshizawa and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 16, pp 199-203, 2005.

Zwitterionic liquid/polymer gels (ionic liquids)
M. Yoshizawa and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 27, pp 331-336, 2005.

Polymer brushes (ionic liquids)
M. Yoshizawa and H. Ohno, EIL1 Ch 31, pp 363-374, 2005.

On heat and mass transfer phenomena in PEMFC and SOFC and modeling approaches
J. Yuan, M. Faghri, and B. Sunden, TPFC Ch 4, pp 133-174, 2005.

Redox chemistry of nickel complexes in aqueous solutions
I. Zilbermann, E. Maimon, H. Cohen, and D. Meyerstein, CHRE V 105, pp 2609-2626, 2005.

Polarography of proteins: a history
P. Zuman and E. Palecek, ECNP Ch 20, pp 755-771, 2005.


2006

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Electrochemical properties of high-temperature superconductors
V.S. Bagotsky, FUEC Ch 33.3, pp 630-632, 2006.

Electrochemical "cold fusion"
V.S. Bagotsky, FUEC Ch 33.4, pp 632-635, 2006.

Electrochemical sensors
E. Bakker and Y. Qin, ACAR V 78, pp 3965-3983, 2006.

Sum frequency generation studies of the electrified solid/liquid interface
S. Baldelli and A.A. Gewirth, AESE V 9, Ch 5, pp 163-198, 2006.

PEM fuel cells
F. Barbir, FCTC Ch 2, pp 27-51, 2006.

Electrochemistry of the iron group
F. Barriere, EECH V 7a, Ch 17, pp 461-495, 2006.

Aspects of metallo-sulfur clusters' electrochemistry
F. Barriere, EECH V 7b, Ch 21, pp 591-606, 2006.

Epi-fluorescence microscopy studies of potential controlled changes in adsorbed thin organic films at electrode surfaces
D. Bizzotto and J.L. Shepherd, AESE V 9, Ch 3, pp 97-126, 2006.

Conclusions and prognosis (fuel cells)
A. Bocarsely and J. McBreen, FCFA Ch 12, pp 663-669, 2006.

Corrosion of silver in aqueous chloride solutions and applications to the corrosion of ancient silver coins
B. Bozzin and G. Giovannelli, NS07 Ch 3, pp 85-112, 2006.

IR spectroscopy of the semiconductor/solution interface
J.-N. Chazalviel and F. Ozanam, AESE V 9, Ch 6, pp 199-232, 2006.

Silicon (electrochemistry of)
M. Chemla, EECH V 7a, Ch 10, pp 303-331, 2006.

Interfacial design and functionization on metal electrodes through self-assembled monolayers
D. Chen and J.H. Li, SUSR V 61, pp 445-463, 2006.

Proton-exchange membrane fuel cells
P. Choi, P. Haldar, and R. Datta, ENCP V 4, pp 2501-2530, 2006.

Fabrication of a glass capillary electrophoresis microchip with integrated electrodes
M.M. Crain, R.S. Keynton, K.M. Walsh, T.J. Roussel, R.P. Baldwin, J.F. Naber, and D.J. Jackson, MCEP Ch 2, pp 13-26, 2006.

Heavy water (deuterium oxide)
S.M. Dave, ENCP V 2, pp 1221-1234, 2006.

Modified Nernst equation for electroless metal detiosition
V. Dimitrov and L. Gorker, PRRK V 31, pp 45-58, 2006.

Solid-oxide fuel cells operating with direct-alcohol and hydrocarbon fuels
F. Dogan, ALFU Ch 11, pp 203-214, 2006.

Electrochemical reactions of carbon dioxide
D.L. DuBois, EECH V 7a, Ch 6.2, pp 202-225, 2006.

Current status of direct methanol fuel-cell technology
D.C. Dunwoody, H. Chung, L. Haverhals, and J. Leddy, ALFU Ch 9 pp 155-189, 2006

Fullerenes (electrochemistry of)
L.E. Echegoyen, M.A. Herranz, and L. Echegoyen, EECH V 7a, Ch 6.1, pp 143-201, 2006.

Sodium hydroxide
T. Eggeman, KOE5 V 22, pp 829-843, 2006.

Potentiometric and spectrophotometric studies of the mixed-ligand complexes of quercetin and digallic acid with iron(II) and magnesium(II)
G. Erdogan and R. Karadag, RACH V 25, pp 257-269, 2006.

Chemometrics in electroanalytical chemistry
M. Esteban, C. Arino, J.M. and Diaz-Cruz, CRAC V 36, pp 295-313, 2006.

Modeling electrochemical phenomena via Markov chains and processes
T.Z. Fahidy, MAEC V 39, Ch 3, pp 135-166, 2006.

Power conditioning and control of fuel cell systems
E.W. Faraclas, S.S. Islam, and A.F.M. Anwar, FCTC Ch 8, pp 253-275, 2006.

Linear and non-linear spectroscopy at the electrified liquid/liquid interface
D.J. Fermin, AESE V 9, Ch 4, pp 127-161, 2006.

Molten carbonate fuel cells
P. Ganesan, B.N. Popov, and R. Pattabiraman, ENCP V 3, pp 1747-1765, 2006.

Fractal approach to rough surfaces and interfaces in electrochemistry
J.-Y. Go and S.-I. Pyun, MAEC V 39, Ch 4, pp 167-229, 2006.

Conductive polymers
R.W. Gumbs, ENCP V 1, pp 527-537, 2006.

Fuels and fuel processing (fuel cells)
S. Haji, K.A. Malinger, S.L. Suib, and C. Erkey, FCTC Ch 5, pp 165-211, 2006.

Microchip capillary electrophoresis: an introduction
C.S. Henry, MCEP Ch 1, pp 1-9, 2006.

Conductivity detection on microchips (electrophoresis)
R. Hergenroder and B. Grass, MCEP Ch 9, pp 113-126, 2006.

Fuel cell membranes
A.M. Herring, ENCP V 2, pp 1085-1097, 2006.

Microscale fuel cells
J.D. Holladay and V.V. Viswanathan, ENCP V 3, pp 1663-1672, 2006.

The nickel group (nickel, palladium, and platinum) (electrochemistry of)
G. Horanyi and G. Inzelt, EECH V 7a, Ch 18, pp 497-528, 2006.

Voltammetry: dynamic electrochemical techniques
A. Hussam, WCAC V 47, Ch 18b, pp 661-689, 2006.

Standard potentials
G. Inzelt, EECH V 7a, Ch 1, pp 1-16, 2006.

Standard, formal, and other characteristic potentials of selected electrode reactions
G. Inzelt, EECH V 7a, Ch 2, pp 17-75, 2006.

Nitrogen oxides and oxyanions (electrochemistry of)
G. Inzelt and G. Horanyi, EECH V 7a, Ch 7.2, pp 241-252, 2006.

Electromigration methods: origins, principles and applications
M. Jimidar, WCAC V 47, Ch 17, pp 575-623, 2006.

Electrochemistry of cobalt-containing species
M.J. Johnson and D.G. Peters, EECH V 7a, Ch 19, pp 529-555, 2006.

Electrochemical noise
L. Kanevsky, FUEC Ch 33.2, pp 626-630, 2006.

Electrochemistry of isopoly and heteropoly oxometalates
B. Keita and L. Nadjo, EECH V 7b, Ch 22, pp 607-700, 2006.

Conducting solids
E. Kendrick and P. Slater, ARCH V 102A, pp 482-504, 2006.

Potentiometric titration of p-anisidine and p-toluidine in non-aqueous media
S. Kocaoba, F. Aydogan, and H. Afsar, RACH V 25, pp 285-293, 2006.

Recent advances in in-situ infrared spectroscopy and applications in single-crystal electrochemistry and electrocatalysis
C. Korzeniewski, AESE V 9, Ch 7, pp 233-268, 2006.

Bioanalytical applications of capillary electrophoresis
J. Kraly, M.A. Fazal, R.M. Schoenherr, R. Bonn, M.M. Harwood, E. Turner, M. Jones, and N.J. Dovichi, ACAR V 78, pp 4097-4110, 2006.

Main concepts of elementary reaction act theory
A. Kuznetsov, FUEC Ch 34, pp 637-660, 2006.

Computer simulation in electrochemistry
E. Leiva, FUEC Ch 35, pp 661-677, 2006.

Nanoelectrochemistry
E. Leiva, FUEC Ch 36, pp 679-691, 2006.

Sodium and sodium alloys
C.E. Lemke and V.H. Markant, KOE5 V 22, pp 760-786, 2006.

Sulfur (electrochemistry of)
E. Levillain, A. Demortier, and J.-P. Lelieur, EECH V 7a, Ch 8, pp 253-271, 2006.

Redox properties, electrochemistry of oxygen
M. L'Her, EECH V 7a, Ch 5, pp 117-142, 2006.

Electronic chemical sensors
C.-C. Liu, ENCP V 2, pp 833-837, 2006.

Alkaline Zn-Mn02 batteries
C.-C. Liu and X. Xing, ENCP V 1, pp 51-56, 2006.

Lithium-ion battery
C.-C. Liu and X. Xing, ENCP V 3, pp 1469-1482, 2006.

Nickel-cadmium battery
C.-C. Liu and X. Xing, ENCP V 3, pp 1897-1906, 2006.

Electroplating
H.H. Lou and Y. Huang, ENCP V 2, pp 839-848, 2006.

In-situ x-ray diffraction studies of the electrode/solution interface
C.A. Lucas and N.M. Markovic, AESE V 9, Ch 1, pp 1-45, 2006.

Electrocatalysis of fuel cell reactions
F.J. Luczak and S. Sarangapani, FCFA Ch 5, pp 235-266, 2006.

The electrochemistry of halogens
F. Marken, EECH V 7a, Ch 9, pp 273-302, 2006.

Interfacing amperometric detection with microchip capillary electrophoresis
R.S. Martin, MCEP Ch 8, pp 85-112, 2006.

Physical methods for investigation of electrode surfaces
J. McBreen, FUEC Ch 27, pp 467-519, 2006.

Perchloric acid and perchlorates
S.K. Mendiratta, R.L. Dotson, and R.T. Brooker, KOE5 V 18, pp 274-287, 2006.

Direct ethanol fuel cells
S.D. Minteer, ALFU Ch 10, pp 191-202, 2006.

Conductive polymers
K. Muller, FUEC Ch 26, pp 449-465, 2006.

Electron transfer reactions within σ- and π-bridged dinitrogen-centered intervalence radical cations
S.F. Nelsen, APOC V 41, pp 183-215, 2006.

Microbial fuel cells
K. Noll, FCTC Ch 9, pp 277-296, 2006.

Electrochemistry of gold, silver, and mercury
M. Orlik and Z. Galus, EECH V 7b, Ch 24-B, pp 839-991, 2006.

In-situ surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopy of the electrode/solution Interface
M. Osawa, AESE V 9, Ch 8, pp 269-314, 2006.

Electrodeposition
A.A. Pasa and M.L. Munford, ENCP V 2, pp 821-832, 2006.

A few selected aspects of electrode-induced reactions at mono- and dinuclear molybdenum-sulfur centers
F.Y. Petillon, P. Schollhammer, and J. Talarmin, EECH V 7b, Ch 20, pp 565-590, 2006.

Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy - recent developments and future prospects
B. Pettinger, AESE V 9, Ch 10, pp 377-418, 2006.

Molecular hydrogen, hydride, and dihydrogen complexes (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 4, pp 109-116, 2006.

Carbon monoxide and binary metal carbonyls (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 6.3, pp 226-231, 2006.

Molecular nitrogen and dinitrogen complexes (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 7.1, pp 233-240, 2006.

Titanium, zirconium, and hafnium (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 12, pp 351-355, 2006.

Niobium and tantalum (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 14, pp 383-386, 2006.

Chromium, molybdenum and tungsten (electrochemistry of)
C.J. Pickett, EECH V 7a, Ch 15, pp 387-397, 2006.

Quantitative approaches to solute-solvent interactions
P. Politzer and J.S. Murray, MAEC V 39, Ch 1, pp 1-63, 2006.

Redox potential-structure relationships in coordination compounds
A.J L. Pombeiro, EECH V 7a, Ch 3, pp 77-108, 2006.

Applications of ionic liquids in extraction, chromatography, and electrophoresis
C.F. Poole, ACHR V 45, Ch 2, pp 89-124, 2006.

Interfacing microchip capillary electrophoresis with electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
T. Razunguzwa and A.T. Timperman, MCEP Ch 7, pp 67-83, 2006.

Alkali metals (electrochemistry of)
J. Redepenning, EECH V 7a, Ch 11, pp 333-349, 2006.

Durability and accelerated characterization of fuel cells
K. Reifsnider and X. Huang, FCTC Ch 3, pp 53-68, 2006.

Carbon nanotubes: a new alternative for electrochemical sensors
G.A. Riva, M.D. Rubianes, M.L. Pedano, N.F. Ferreyra, G. Luque, and S.A. Miscoria, NS07 Ch 1, pp 1-46, 2006.

Electrochemistry of copper
D.B. Rorabacher and R.R. Schroeder, EECH V 7b, Ch 24-C, pp 992-1046, 2006.

UV-visible reflectance spectroscopy of thin organic films at electrode surfaces
T. Sagara, AESE V 9, Ch 2, pp 47-95, 2006.

Electrochemical aspects of bone remodeling and fracture repair
A.J. Salkind, FUEC Ch 24.5, pp 413-416, 2006.

Interfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
Z. Samec, FUEC Ch 32, pp 607-619, 2006.

Solid oxide fuel cells
N.M. Sammes, R. Bove, and J. Pusz, FCTC Ch 1, pp 1-26, 2006.

Experimental methods in low temperature fuel cells
S. Sarangapani and F.J. Luczak, FCFA Ch 6, pp 267-308, 2006.

Recent advances in the electrochemistry of ion transfer processes at liquid-liquid interfaces
F. Scholz, ARCH V 102C, pp 43-70, 2006.

Electrochemistry of polycyanometalates
F. Scholz and H. Kahlert, EECH V 7b, Ch 23, pp 701-721, 2006.

Electrochemistry of the group 7 elements: manganese, technetium, and rhenium
F.A. Schultz, C.T. Duncan, and M.A. Rigsby, EECH V 7a, Ch 16, pp 399-460, 2006.

Analytical applications of voltammetry in trace determination of phosphate
P. Sharma, K. Gehlot, and S. Songara, RACH V 25, pp 129-140, 2006.

Electroanalytical trace determination of fluoride
P. Sharma and S. Songara, RACH V 25, pp 241-255, 2006.

Vanadium electrochemistry
M.J. Shaw, EECH V 7a, Ch 13, pp 357-381, 2006.

Catalytic reforming of liquid hydrocarbon fuels for fuel cell applications
D. Shekhawat, D.A. Berry, T.H. Gardner, and J.J. Spivey, CSPR V 19, pp 184-253, 2006.

Electrochemistry and the environment
A. Skundin, FUEC Ch 24.1-24.3, pp 405-410, 2006.

Medical applications of electrochemistry
A. Skundin, FUEC Ch 24.4, pp 411-413, 2006.

New generation of catalyst layers for PEMFCs based on carbon aerogel supported Pt catalyst (CASPC) (fuel cells)
A. Smirnova, X. Dong, H. Hara, and N.M. Sammes, FCTC Ch 7, pp 237-251, 2006.

Evolution of electrochemistry
S. Srinivasan, FCFA Ch 1, pp 3-25, 2006.

Electrode/electrolyte interfaces: structure and kinetics of charge transfer
S. Srinivasan, FCFA Ch 2, pp 27-92, 2006.

Electrochemical technologies and applications
S. Srinivasan and T. Bommaraju, FCFA Ch 3, pp 93-186, 2006.

Modeling analysis: from half-cell to systems (fuel cells)
S. Srinivasan and C. Costamanga, FCFA Ch 7, pp 311-373, 2006.

Status of fuel cell technologies
S. Srinivasan and B. Kirby, FCFA Ch 9, pp 441-573, 2006.

Fuel cell principles
S. Srinivasan, L. Krishnan, and C. Marozzi, FCFA Ch 4, pp 189-233, 2006.

Applications and economics of fuel-cell power plants/power sources
S. Srinivasan and E. Miller, FCFA Ch 10, pp 575-605, 2006.

Fuels: processing, storage, transmission, distribution, and safety (fuel cells)
S. Srinivasan and J. Ogden, FCFA Ch 8, pp 375-438, 2006.

Competing technologies (to fuel cells)
S. Srinivasan and C. Yang, FCFA Ch 11, pp 607-661, 2006.

Solid-state electrochemistry
U. Stimming and H. Tu, FUEC Ch 25, pp 419-447, 2006.

The actinides (electrochemistry of)
M.E. Stoll, EECH V 7b, Ch 25, pp 1047-1084, 2006.

Electrochemistry of zinc, cadmium and lead
J. Stroka, K. Maksymiuk, and Z. Galus, EECH V 7b, Ch 24-A, pp 725-838, 2006.

Potentiometry
M. Telting-Diaz and Y. Qin, WCAC V 47, Ch 18a, pp 625-659, 2006.

Electrochemical processes in textile processing
T. Bechtold and B. Heiko, NS07 Ch 4, pp 113-166, 2006.

Electrochromism
Y. Tolmachev, FUEC Ch 33.1, pp 621-626, 2006.

Alcohol based biofuel cells
S. Topcagic, B.L.Treu, and S.D. Minteer, ALFU Ch 12, pp 215-231, 2006.

Corrosion of construction steel in concrete: the influence of the marine environment
M. Vazquez, A. Vico, and W. Morris, NS07 Ch 2, pp 47-84, 2006.

Phenomenology and mechanisms of electrochemical treatment (ECT) of tumors
A.K. Vijh, MAEC V 39, Ch 5, pp 231-274, 2006.

Beneficial role of surfactants in electrochemistry and in the modification of electrodes
R. Vittal, H. Gomathi, and K.J. Kim, ACIS V 119, pp 55-68, 2006.

System-level modeling of PEM fuel cells
X. Xue and J. Tang, FCTC Ch 6, pp 213-236, 2006.

Transport and electrochemical phenomena (fuel cells)
F. Yang and R. Pitchumani, FCTC Ch 4, pp 69-163, 2006.

Quantitative SNIFTIRS and PM IRRAS of organic molecules at electrode surfaces
V. Zamlynny and J. Lipkowski, AESE V 9, Ch 9, pp 315-376, 2006.

Applications of capillary electrophoresis to molecular recognition and analysis of in-capillary enzyme-mediated transformations
J. Zavaleta, D.B. Chinchilla, A. Brown, A. Ramirez, V. Calderon, T. Sogomonyan, R. Montes, and F.A. Gomez, ACHR V 45, Ch 3, pp 125-172, 2006.

Porous silicon: morphology and formation mechanism
G.X. Zhang, MAEC V 39, Ch 2, pp 65-133, 2006.


2007

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Technical H2 electrodes for low temperature fuel cells
F. Alcaide-Monterrubio, P.L. Cabot, and E. Brillas, NS13 Ch 6, pp 247-272, 2007.

PEM fuel cell modeling
M.A.R.S. Al-Baghdadi, NS13 Ch 7, pp 273-379, 2007.

Electrodeposition of two-dimensional magnetic nanostructures on single crystal electrode surfaces
P. Allongue and F. Maroun, ECRN Ch 11, pp 217-241, 2007.

Electrochemical methods in pitting corrosion studies
A.I. Almarshad and S.A. Hossain, NS11 Ch 4, pp 143-203, 2007.

Oxidative stress at the single cell level
C. Amatore and S. Arbault, EMNS Ch 13, pp 261-283, 2007.

Influence of phosphoric acid produced by wet process on corrosion behaviour of steel: effect of TSC and its derivatives on the corrosion behaviour
M.A. Ameer, E. Khamis, and G. El-Senani, NS11 Ch 1, pp 1-59, 2007.

Potentiometric ion-selective electrodes
S. Amemiya, HBEC Ch 7, pp 261-294, 2007.

Electrochemical biosensors for heavy metals based on enzyme inhibition
A. Amine and H. Mohammadi, WCAC V 49, Ch 14, pp 299-310, 2007.

Electron transfer and transport in ordered enzyme layers (modified electrodes)
A. Anne, C. Bourdillon, C. Demaille, J. Moiroux, and J.-M. Saveant, EECH V 10, Ch 13, pp 763-813, 2007.

Electrode potentials
M.D. Arning and S.D. Minteer, HBEC Ch 18, pp 813-827, 2007.

Aqueous processing of metals
J. Aromaa, EECH V 5, Ch 4.1, pp 161-223, 2007.

Fabrication of ordered anodic nanoporous alumina layers and their application to nanotechnology
H. Asoh and S. Ono, ECRN Ch 7, pp 138-166, 2007.

Characterization of batteries by electrochemical and non-electrochemical techniques
D. Aurbach, IABA Ch 3, pp 119-201, 2007.

From stepped single crystal surfaces to ordered bimetallic electrodes: adsorption and electrocatalysis as studied by DEMS and STM
H. Baltruschat, R. Russar, S. Ernst, and F. Hernandez, ISSA Ch 15, pp 471-537, 2007.

Alternative sulfonated polymers to Nafion for PEM fuel cell
A. Basile and A. Iulianelli, NS13 Ch 3, pp 135-160, 2007.

Materials for solid oxide fuel cells
R.N. Basu, RTFC Ch 2, pp 269-331, 2007.

Future directions of fuel cell science and technology
S. Basu, RTFC Ch 14, pp 356-365, 2007.

Diffusion coefficients
J.E. Baur, HBEC Ch 19, pp 829-848, 2007.

Presynaptic regulation of extracellular dopamine as studied by continuous amperometry in anesthetized animals
M. Benoit-Marand, M.-F. Suaud-Chagny, and F. Gonon, EMNS Ch 3, pp 35-47, 2007.

In-situ FTlR studies on the acid-base equilibria of adsorbed species on well-defined metal electrode surfaces
A. Berna, A. Rodes, and J.M. Feliu, ISSA Ch 1, pp 1-32, 2007.

A review on fundamentals and applications of electrophoretic deposition (EPD)
L. Besra and M. Liu, PRMS V 52, pp 1-61, 2007.

The determination of the stability constants binary complexes of alizarin with Ca(II) and Zn(II) by potentiometric and spectrophotometric methods
D. Bilgic, S. Karaderi, and I. Bapli, RACH V 26, pp 99-108, 2007.

PEM fuel cell bipolar plates
D. Bloomfield and V. Bloomfield, MAEC V 40, Ch 1, pp 1-35, 2007.

Ion sensors with conducting polymers as ion-to-electron transducers
J. Bobacka and A. Ivaska, WCAC V 49, Ch 4, pp 73-86, 2007.

An introduction to electrochemical methods in neuroscience
L.M. Borland and A.C. Michael, EMNS Ch 1, pp 1-15, 2007.

Aerospace applications. I. Satellites, launchers, aircraft (batteries)
Y. Borthomieu and N. Thomas, IABA Ch 5, pp 273-326, 2007.

Scientific aspects of polymer electrolyte fuel cell durability and degradation
R. Borup et al. CHRE V 107, pp 3904-3951, 2007.

LIRES: a European-sponsored research project to develop light water reactor reference electrodes
R.-W. Bosch et al. ELWR Ch 2, pp 43-72, 2007.

Batteries: basic principles, technologies, and modeling
G.G. Botte, EECH V 5, Ch 7, pp 377-423, 2007.

Solid oxide fuel cells: principles, designs and state-of-the-art in industries
R. Bove, RTFC Ch 11, pp 267-285, 2007.

Electrodeposited Au-Pd alloys for DMFC electrocatalysis: an electroanalytical and structural investigation
B. Bozzini, L. D’Urzo, and C. Mele, NS14 Ch 7, pp 279-298, 2007.

Screen-printed enzyme-free electrochemical sensors for clinical and food analysis
K.Z. Brainina, A.N. Kositzina, and A. Ivanova, WCAC V 49, Ch 27, pp 643-666, 2007.

DNA-electrochemical biosensors for investigating DNA damage
A.M.O. Brett, V.C. Diculescu, A.M. Chiorcea-Paquim, and H.P. Serrano, WCAC V 49, Ch 20, pp 413-437, 2007.

Developing an experimental functional map of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell
D.J.L. Brett, A.R. Kucernak, S. Atkins, R. Blewitt, N.P. Brandon, B.P. Ladewig, J. Shrimpton, N. Vasileiadis, and V. Vesovic, NS12 Ch 1, pp 1-53, 2007.

Traction batteries, EV and HEV
M. Broussely, IABA Ch 4, pp 203-271, 2007.

Preparation of monolayer modified electrodes
M. Brumbach, N.R. Armstrong, U. Akiba, M. Fujihira, R. Guidelli, M. Sakomura, M. Majda, D. Knigge, P. Kaur, G.M. Swain, C. Ganzorig, M.A. Schneeweiss, and I. Rubinstein, EECH V 10, Ch 1, pp 5-372, 2007.

Electrochemical corrosion study of Magnox A180 and natural uranium (high temperature)
R. Burrows and S. Harris, ELWR Ch 8, pp 156-163, 2007.

Sensoristic approach to the evaluation of integral environmental toxicity
L. Campanella and T. Gatta, WCAC V 49, Ch 9, pp 181-188, 2007.

Amperometric enzyme sensors for the detection of cyanobacterial toxins in environmental samples
M. Campas and J.-L. Marty, WCAC V 49, Ch 16, pp 331-355, 2007.

Fuel cells
M. Cappadonia, M. Eikerling, and S. Gottesfeld, EECH V 5, Ch 8, pp 425-661, 2007.

Metallization and nanostructuring of semiconductor surfaces by galvanic displacement processes
C. Carraroa, R. Maboudian, and L. Magagnin, SUSR V 62, pp 499-525, 2007.

Gold nanoparticles in DNA and protein analysis (electroanalysis)
M.T. Castaneda, S. Alegret, and A. Merkoci, WCAC V 49, Ch 38, pp 941-958, 2007.

Miniaturised devices: electrochemical capillary electrophoresis microchips for clinical applications
M. Castano-Alvarez, M.T. Fernandez-Abadul, and A. Costa-Garcia, WCAC V 49, Ch 34, pp 827-872, 2007.

Coupling screen-printed electrodes and magnetic beads for rapid and sensitive immunodetection: polychlorinated biphenyls analysis in environmental samples
S. Centi, G. Marrazza, and M. Mascini, WCAC V 49, Ch 25, pp 585-602, 2007.

Resonance elastic and inelastic x-ray scattering processes for in-situ investigation of electrochemical interfaces
K.-C. Chang, A. Menzel, V. Komanicky, H. You, J. Inukai, A. Wieckowski, E.V. Timofeeva, and Y.V. Tolmachev, ISSA Ch 12, pp 383-407, 2007.

Measurement of single-molecule conductance
F. Chen, J. Hihath, Z.F. Huang, X.L. Li, and N.J. Tao, ARPC V 58, pp 535-564, 2007.

Electrochemical fabrication of metal nanocontacts and nanogaps (electrocrystallization)
F. Chen and N.J. Tao, ECRN Ch 8, pp 167-194, 2007.

Practical electrochemical cells
S. Chen, HBEC Ch 2, pp 33-56, 2007.

Battery collection and recycling
D. Cheret, IABA Ch 14, pp 691-736, 2007.

Phosphoric acid fuel cell technology
S.R. Choudhury, RTFC Ch 8, pp 188-216, 2007.

Index analysis of models (molten carbonate fuel cell)
K. Chudej, H.J. Pesch, and J. Rang, MCFC Ch 4, pp 63-74, 2007.

Fundamentals (of electrochemistry)
M. Ciobanu, J.P. Wilburn, M.L.Krim, and D.E. Cliffel, HBEC Ch 1, pp 3-29, 2007.

Rapid detection of organophosphates, Ocratoxin A, and Fusarium sp. in durum wheat via screen printed based electrochemical sensors
D. Compagnone, K. van Velzen, M.D. Carlo, M. Mascini, and A. Visconti, WCAC V 49, Ch 29, pp 687-718, 2007.

Direct conversion of coal derived carbon in fuel cells
J.F. Cooper, RTFC Ch 10, pp 248-266, 2007.

Immunosensors for clinical and environmental applications based on electropolymerized films: analysis of cholera toxin and hepatitis C virus antibodies in water
S. Cosnier and M Holzinger, WCAC V 49, Ch 18, pp 381-402, 2007.

Solvents and supporting electrolytes
S. Creager, HBEC Ch 3, pp 57-72, 2007.

Review of materials and processing methods used in the production of bipolar plates for fuel cells
B.D. Cunningham, J. Huang, and D.G. Baird, IMAR V 52, pp 1-13, 2007.

Ultra-sensitive determination of pesticides via cholinesterase-based sensors for environmental analysis
F. Davis et al. WCAC V 49, Ch 15, pp 311-330, 2007.

Electrochemical machining
A.D. Davydov, EECH V 5, Ch 12, pp 809-854, 2007.

High-speed chronoamperometry to study kinetics and mechanisms for serotonin clearance in vivo
L.C. Daws and G.M. Toney, EMNS Ch 5, pp 63-81, 2007.

Materials for state-of-the-art PEM fuel cells and their suitability for operation above 100oC
F.A. de Bruijn, R.C. Makkus, R.K.A.M. Mallant, and G.J.M. Janssen, ADFC Ch 5, pp 235-336, 2007.

Tribocorrosion in pressurized water reactor environments: room temperature results and finite element modeling
D. Deforge, A. Ambard, A. Lina, P. Ponthiaux, and F. Wenger, ELWR Ch 10, pp 179-194, 2007.

Potentiometric electronic tongues applied in ion multidetermination
M. del Valle, WCAC V 49, Ch 30, pp 721-753, 2007.

Biodeterioration of metallic biomaterials: influence of the composition of biological media (corrosion)
M.F.L. de Mele, NS10 Ch 3, pp 85-117, 2007.

Development of conductive polymers and their application as coatings for corrosion-inhibition
S.R. de Moraes and A. de J. Motheo, NS11 Ch 6, pp 241-274, 2007.

Classical experiments (in electrochemistry)
G. Denuault, M. Sosna, and K.-J. Williams, HBEC Ch 11, pp 431-469, 2007.

The patch amperometry technique: design of a method to study exocytosis of single vesicles
G. Dernick, G.A. de Toledo, and M. Lindau, EMNS Ch 15, pp 315-336, 2007.

Modified titanium electrode
D. Devilliers and E. Mahe, NS10 Ch 1, pp 1-60, 2007.

Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
K.S. Dhathathreyan and N. Rajalakshmi, RTFC Ch 3, pp 40-115, 2007.

In situ measurement of pH and dissolved H2 in mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal fluids at elevated temperatures and pressures
K. Ding and W.E. Seyfried, CHRE V 107, pp 601-622, 2007.

Liquid junction potentials
R.A.W. Dryfe, HBEC Ch 20, pp 849-877, 2007.

Chemically modified electrodes
G.A. Edwards, A.J. Bergren, and M.D. Porter, HBEC Ch 8, pp 295-327, 2007.

Genosensor technology for electrochemical sensing of nucleic acids by using different transducers
A. Erdem, WCAC V 49, Ch 19, pp 403-411, 2007.

The electrolytic production of aluminum
J.W. Evans and D.P. Ziegler, EECH V 5, Ch 4.2, pp 224-265, 2007.

Basic applications of the analysis of variance and covariance in electrochemical science and engineering
T.Z. Fahidy, MAEC V 40, Ch 2, pp 37-74, 2007.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy
F.-R.F. Fan, J. Fernandez, B. Liu, and J. Mauzeroll, HBEC Ch 12, pp 471-540, 2007.

Elucidation of electron-transfer pathways in copper and iron proteins by pulse radiolysis
O. Farver and I. Pecht, PICH V 55, Ch 1, pp 1-78, 2007.

Electrochemical biosensors based on vegetable tissues and crude extracts for environmental, food and pharmaceutical analysis
O. Fatibello-Filho, K.O. Lupetti, O.D. Leite, and I.C. Vieira, WCAC V 49, Ch 17, pp 357-377, 2007.

The use of graphs in the study of electrochemical reaction networks
J.D. Fehribach, MAEC V 41, Ch 3, pp 197-219, 2007.

Electron transfer (modified electrodes)
H.O. Finklea, EECH V 10, Ch 8, pp 623-650, 2007.

Ultramicroelectrodes
R.J. Forster, T.E. Keyes, F.-R.F. Fan, J. Fernandez, B. liu, J. Mauzeroll, C.G. Zoski, R. L. LeSuer, R. Tel-Vered, A. Kucernak, C. Demaille, K.B. Holt, Y. Lee, B. Zhang, G. Wang, and H.s. White, HBEC Ch 6, pp 155-260, 2007.

Nanoscale electrocrystallization of metals and semiconductors from ionic liquids
W. Freyland, C.L. Aravinda, and D. Borissov, ECRN Ch 4, pp 79-95, 2007.

Ex situ methods (modified electrodes)
M. Fujihira, H. Okui, and F. Sato, EECH V 10, Ch 6, pp 493-507, 2007.

Review of direct methanol fuel cells
B.L. Garcia and J.W. Weidner, MAEC V 40, Ch 5, pp 229-284, 2007.

In vivo voltammetry with telemetry
P.A. Garris, P.G. Greco, S.G. Sandberg, G. Howes, S. Pongmaytegul, B.A. Heidenreich, J.M. Casto, R. Ensman, J. Poehlman, A. Alexander, and G.V. Rebec, EMNS Ch 12, pp 233-259, 2007.

Carbonate fuel cell: principles and applications
H. Ghezel-Ayagh, M. Farooque and H.C. Maru, RTFC Ch 9, pp 217-247, 2007.

Peptide-modified electrodes for detecting metal ions
J.J. Gooding, WCAC V 49, Ch 10, pp 189-210, 2007.

Thick- and thin-film DNA sensors (on electrodes)
M.B. Gonzalez-Garcia, M.T. Fernandez-Abadul, and A. Costa-Garcia, WCAC V 49, Ch 26, pp 603-641, 2007.

Stationary applications. IV. The role of nickel-cadmium batteries
A. Green, IABA Ch 10, pp 547-571, 2007.

Miscellaneous applications. I. Metering, power tools, alarm/security, medical equipment, etc. (batteries)
M. Grimm, IABA Ch 11, pp 573-615, 2007.

Model reduction and state estimation (molten carbonate fuel cell)
M. Grotsch, M. Mangold, M. Sheng, and A. Kienle, MCFC Ch 9, pp 185-200, 2007.

Voltammetric sensors for the determination of antioxidant properties in dermatology and cosmetics
C. Guitton, A. Ruffien-Ciszak, P. Gros, and M. Comtat, WCAC V 49, Ch 8, pp 163-180, 2007.

Using high-speed chronoamperometry with local dopamine application to assess dopamine transporter function
J.M. Gulley, G.A. Larson, and N.R. Zahniser, EMNS Ch 6, pp 83-102, 2007.

Parameter identification (molten carbonate fuel cell)
M. Gundermann and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 5, pp 75-123, 2007.

Ultrafast interfacial electron transfer from the excited state of anchored molecules into a semiconductor
L. Gundlach, R. Ernstorfer, and F. Willig, PRSS V 82, pp 355-377, 2007.

Electrowinning of other inorganic compounds
C.H. Hamann, T. Ropke, and P. Schmittinger, EECH V 5, Ch 5, pp 267-315, 2007.

Semiconductor electrodes
S.K. Haram, HBEC Ch 9, pp 329-389, 2007.

Analysis of meat, wood and milk for glucose, lactate and organophosphates at industrial point-of-need using electrochemical biosensors
A.L. Hart, WCAC V 49, Ch 28, pp 667-686, 2007.

Screen-printed electrochemical (bio)sensors in biomedical, environmental and industrial applications
J.P. Hart, A. Crew, E. Crouch, K.C. Honeychurch, and R.M. Pemberton, WCAC V 49, Ch 23, pp 497-557, 2007.

Second-by-second measures of l-glutamate and other neurotransmitters using enzyme-based microelectrode arrays
K.N. Hascup, E.C. Rutherford, J.E. Quintero, B.K. Day, J.R. Nickell, F. Pomerleau, P. Huettl, J.J. Burmeister, and G.A. Gerhardt, EMNS Ch 19, pp 407-450, 2007.

MCFC reference model (molten carbonate fuel cell)
P. Heidebrecht and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 3, pp 35-62, 2007.

Steady state and dynamic process analysis (molten carbonate fuel cell)
P. Heidebrecht, M. Gundermann, and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 6, pp 125-140, 2007.

Conceptual design and reforming concepts (molten carbonate fuel cell)
P. Heidebrecht and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 8, pp 165-182, 2007.

Optimisation of reforming catalyst distribution (molten carbonate fuel cell)
P. Heidebrecht and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 11, pp 211-220, 2007.

Electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol in alkaline solution
H. Heli, M. Jafarian, M.G. Mahjani, and F. Gobal, NS09 Ch 5, pp 153-176, 2007.

DNA/RNA aptamers: novel recognition structures in biosensing (bioelectrochemistry)
T. Hianik, WCAC V 49, Ch 33, pp 801-825, 2007.

Electrochemical fabrication of arrayed nanostructures (electrocrystallization)
T. Homma, ECRN Ch 10, pp 208-216, 2007.

Biophysical properties of brain extracellular space explored with ion-selective microelectrodes, integrative optical imaging and related techniques
S. Hrabetova and C. Nicholson, EMNS Ch 10, pp 167-204, 2007.

MTU’s carbonate fuel cell hotmodule
G. Huppmann, MCFC Ch 1, pp 3-26, 2007.

Proton-coupled electron transfer
M.H.V. Huynh and T.J. Meyer, CHRE V 107, pp 5004-5064, 2007.

Mechanistic studies of electrocatalytic reactions
M.P. Hyman and J.W. Medlin, CSPR V 20, pp 309-337, 2007.

Multiscale numerical analysis of heat and mass transfer in polymer electrolyte fuel cell
G. Inoue, Y. Matsukuma, and M. Minemoto, NS12 Ch 4, pp 215-232, 2007.

Charge transport in polymer-modified electrodes
G. Inzelt, EECH V 10, Ch 9, pp 651-683, 2007.

Water problem in PEMFC (fuel cells)
K. Ito, RTFC Ch 5, pp 129-136, 2007.

Contributions of external reflection infrared spectroscopy to study the oxidation of small organic molecules
T. Iwasita and G.A. Camara, ISSA Ch 2, pp 33-61, 2007.

Power and energy efficiency analysis of direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) from single cell, fuel cell stack to DMFC systems
R. Jiang, NS13 Ch 1, pp 9-70, 2007.

Fast scan cyclic voltammetry of dopamine and serotonin in mouse brain slices
C.E. John and S.R. Jones, EMNS Ch 4, pp 49-62, 2007.

Telemetry for biosensor systems
D.A. Johnson and G.S. Wilson, EMNS Ch 20, pp 451-463, 2007.

Electrosynthesis of molecular products in ionic liquids
V.V. Jouikov, NS10 Ch 6, pp 161-186, 2007.

Direct electron transfer and biosensing application of protein immobilized NaY zeolites and mesoporous molecular sieves matrices
H. Ju and Z. Dai, NS10 Ch 10, pp 267-283, 2007.

Electrocoagulation in aqueous alcoholic solutions
K. Jumpatong, W. Phutdhawong, S. Chowwanapoonpohn, M. Garson, S.G. Pyne, and D. Buddhasukh, NS10 Ch 5, pp 143-160, 2007.

A potential alternative in the electric utility (fuel cells)
F. Jurado, NS13 Ch 4, pp 161-209, 2007.

Technical scale of electrochemistry
K. Juttner, EECH V 5, Ch 1, pp 1-21, 2007.

New solid medium for electrochemistry and its applications to dye-sensitized solar cells
M. Kaneko, NS10 Ch 2, pp 61-83, 2007.

Determining stability constants of naringenin (4',5,7-trihydroxy flavanone) complexes with aluminium (III) and iron (II) by potentiometric and spectrophotometric methods
R. Karadag, G. Erdogan, M. Bayar, and E. Dolen, RACH V 26, pp 169-185, 2007.

Electrocatalysis
A. Katsaounis, S. Brosda, and C.G. Vayenas, EECH V 5, Ch 2, pp 23-86, 2007.

Electrodeposition of metals in templates and STM tip-generated 0D nanocavities
W. Kautek, ECRN Ch 3, pp 61-78, 2007.

A new sodium ion selective PVC-coated graphite rod electrode based on 4-amino-benzo-15-crown-5 derivatives of fullerenes
A. Kenar, D. Yuzer, H. Nazir, and B. Cicek, RACH V 26, pp 219-228, 2007.

Conducting solids
E. Kendrick and P. Slater, ARCH V 103A, pp 428-447, 2007.

Spectroelectrochemistry
T.E. Keyes and R.J. Forster, HBEC Ch 14, pp 591-635, 2007.

A study on the role of carbon support materials for fuel-cell catalysts
S. Kim and S.-J. Park, NS13 Ch 9, pp 411-443, 2007.

Polymer electrolyte membranes for direct methanol fuel cells
Y.S. Kim and B.S. Pivovar, ADFC Ch 4, pp 187-234, 2007.

DNA diagnostics by capillary electrophoresis
K. Kleparnik and P. Bocek, CHRE V 107, pp 5279-5317, 2007.

Electrochemical reactions on modified electrodes
N. Kobayashi, T. Kuwana, T. Osa, Y. Kashiwagi, B. Keita, and L. Nadjo, EECH V 10, Ch 10, pp 685-723, 2007.

Operational experiences (molten carbonate fuel cell)
M. Koch, J. Berndt, and M. Gundermann, MCFC Ch 2, pp 27-32, 2007.

Theory and application of square-wave voltammetry
S. Komorsky-Lovric and M. Lovric, NS09 Ch 1, pp 1-44, 2007.

Stationary applications. II. Load levelling (batteries)
J. Kondoh, IABA Ch 8, pp 455-496, 2007.

IR spectroelectrochemistry: instrumentation and applications of internal reflection, ATR, and transmission sampling
C. Korzeniewski, ISSA Ch 6, pp 179-208, 2007.

The synthetic possibilities of electrolysis with sacrificial samarium anode
N.N. Kostyuk, T.A. Dick, and A.G. Trebnikov, NS10 Ch 9, pp 247-266, 2007.

Hot spot formation and steady state multiplicities (molten carbonate fuel cell)
M. Krasnyk, M. Mangold, A. Kienle, and K. Sundmacher, MCFC Ch 7, pp 141-163, 2007.

Analytical models of a direct methanol fuel cell
A.A. Kulikovsky, ADFC Ch 6, pp 337-417, 2007.

Methanol reforming processes (fuel cells)
A. Kundu, Y.G. Shul, and D.H. Kim, ADFC Ch 7, pp 419-472, 2007.

Composites of proton-conducting polymer electrolyte membrane in direct methanol fuel cells
P.P. Kundu, V. Sharma, and Y.G. Shul, CRSM V 32, pp 51-66, 2007.

Organic polymer modified electrodes
S. Kuwabata and H. Yoneyama, EECH V 10, Ch 4, pp 413-426, 2007.

On the prospects for phosphonated polymers as proton-exchange fuel cell membranes
B. Lafitte and P. Jannasch, ADFC Ch 3, pp 119-185, 2007.

From microelectrodes to nanoelectrodes (electroanalysis)
P.J. Lamas, M.B. Gonzalez, and A. Costa, WCAC V 49, Ch 32, pp 771-799, 2007.

A crucial problem of interfacial electrochemistry: the charged state of adsorbed species and the charge transfer processes occurring with them
G.G. Lang and G. Horanyi, NS10 Ch 8, pp 219-245, 2007.

Synthesis and characterization of nanoporous carbon and its electrochemical application to electrode material for supercapacitors
G.-J. Lee and S.-I. Pyun, MAEC V 41, Ch 2, pp 139-195, 2007.

Contribution of in-situ infrared reflectance spectroscopy in the study of nanostructured fuel cell electrodes
J.-M. Leger and F. Hahn, ISSA Ch 3, pp 63-98, 2007.

Clinical analysis of blood gases and electrolytes by ion-selective sensors
A. Lewentsam, WCAC V 49, Ch 1, pp 5-24, 2007.

Electrochemical investigation on formation and pitting susceptibility of passive films on iron and iron-based alloys
W.S. Li and J.L. Luo, NS11 Ch 3, pp 99-141, 2007.

Thermodynamic performance of fuel cells and comparison with heat engines
X. Li, ADFC Ch 1, pp 1-46, 2007.

Battery management and life prediction
B.Y. Liaw and D.D. Friel, IABA Ch 13, pp 649-689, 2007.

In-situ FTIR spectroscopic studies of the adsorption and oxidation of small organic molecules at the Ru(0001) electrode under various conditions
W.-F. Lin, P.A. Christensen, J.-M. Jin, and A. Hamnett, ISSA Ch 4, pp 99-138, 2007.

Application of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to optimize photoelectrocatalytic oxidation in aqueous solution
H. Liu and X.-z. Li, NS10 Ch 4, pp 119-143, 2007.

In-situ surface x-ray scattering and infrared reflection adsorption spectroscopy of CO chemisorption at the electrochemical interface
C.A. Lucas and N.M. Markovic, ISSA Ch 11, pp 339-381, 2007.

Electrochemical techniques for studying high-temperature subcritical and supercritical aqueous solutions
S.N. Lvov, EECH V 5, Ch 10, pp 723-747, 2007.

The electrochemistry of nuclear reactor coolant circuits
D.D. Macdonald and M. Urquidi-Macdonald, EECH V 5, Ch 9, pp 663-722, 2007.

Environmental electrochemistry
B. MacDougall, C. Bock, and M. Gattrell, EECH V 5, Ch 13, pp 855-883, 2007.

Diaryliodonium salts as new reagents for electrochemical arylation of N-containing chelate and macrocyclic complexes of transition metals
T.V. Magdesieva, P.S. Ivanov, D.N. Kravchuk, and K.P. Butin, NS09 Ch 2, pp 45-58, 2007.

Computer simulations of electrochemical low-dimensional metal phase formation
M.M. Mariscal and E.P.M. Leiva, ECRN Ch 2, pp 30-60, 2007.

Fundamentals of gas diffusion layers in PEM fuel cells
V.K. Mathur and J, Crawford, RTFC Ch 4, pp 116-128, 2007.

Fuel cell power-conditioning systems
S.K. Mazumder, RTFC Ch 13, pp 332-355, 2007.

Current state-of-the-art in reference electrode technology for use in high subcritical and supercritical aqueous systems
D.D. Macdonald, T. Zhu, and X. Guan, ELWR Ch 1, pp 3-42, 2007.

Solid state electrochemistry II: devices and techniques
J. Maier, MAEC V 41, Ch 1, pp 1-138, 2007.

Electrochemical sensors for food authentication
S. Mannino, S. Benedetti, S. Buratti, M.S. Cosio, and M. Scampicchio, WCAC V 49, Ch 31, pp 755-770, 2007.

Microbial community on corrosion of petroleum product pipelines
S. Maruthamuthu and N. Palaniswamy, NS11 Ch 5, pp 205-240, 2007.

Non-precious metal oxygen reduction catalysts for PEM fuel cells
P.H. Matter, E.J. Biddinger, and U.S. Ozkan, CSPR V 20, pp 338-366, 2007.

Electrochemical behavior of heterocyclic fungicides and herbicides
J.M.R. Mellado, R.M. Galvin, and M.R. Montoya, NS10 Ch 7, pp 187-217, 2007.

Graphite-epoxy electrodes for stripping analysis
A. Merkoci and S. Alegret, WCAC V 49, Ch 7, pp 143-161, 2007.

Electrogenerated chemiluminescence
W. Miao, HBEC Ch 13, pp 541-590, 2007.

Determination of electrode kinetics
M.V. Mirkin, HBEC Ch 15, pp 639-660, 2007.

Trace and ultra-trace analysis: electrochemical against optical techniques
E. Mirmomtaz and A.A. Ensafi, NS14 Ch 5, pp 229-254, 2007.

Chemical sensors for mercury vapour
V.M. Mirsky and M. Vasjari, WCAC V 49, Ch 12, pp 235-251, 2007.

Dynamic modelling and parameter identifiability analysis for SOFC button cell (fuel cell)
Z. Mo, B. Huang, and K. Nanadakumar, NS12 Ch 6, pp 269-301, 2007.

Superconformal film growth (electrocrystallization)
T.P. Moffat, D. Wheeler, and D. Josell, ECRN Ch 5, pp 96-114, 2007.

In-plant corrosion potential measurements in light water reactor environments
A. Molander, ELWR Ch 3, pp 73-84, 2007.

Direct numerical simulation of polymer electrolyte fuel cell catalyst layers
P.P. Mukherjee, G. Wang, and C.-Y. Wang, MAEC V 40, Ch 6, pp 285-341, 2007.

High temperature electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of metals related to light water reactor corrosion
G. Nagy, Z. Kerner, J. Balog, and R. Schiller, ELWR Ch 6, pp 122-133, 2007.

High temperature reference electrodes: a comparative analysis
M. Navas and M. Garcia, ELWR Ch 4, pp 85-104, 2007.

Theoretical analysis of high fuel utilizing solid oxide fuel cells
P. Nehter, NS12 Ch 5, pp 233-268, 2007.

Ion exchange and transport characteristics of perfluorinated polymer electrolyte membranes for fuel cells
T. Okada, M. Saito, and Khayamizu, NS14 Ch 1, pp 7-84, 2007.

Electrocatalytic reactions on platinum electrodes studied by dynamic surface-enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopy
M. Osawa, ISSA Ch 7, pp 209-246, 2007.

Artificial muscles
T.F. Otero, HCP3 pp 591-624, 2007.

Electrochemical deposition
M. Paunovic, EECH V 5, Ch 3, pp 87-158, 2007.

Nanowires by electrochemical step edge decoration (ESED) (electrocrystallization)
R.M. Penner, ECRN Ch 9, pp 195-207, 2007.

Metal deposition
R. M. Penner, P. Ugo, L.M. Moretto, and A. Kucernak, HBEC Ch 16, pp 661-718, 2007.

Determining serotonin and dopamine uptake rates in synaptosomes using high-speed Chronoamperometry
X.A. Perez, A.J. Bressler, and A.M. Andrews, EMNS Ch 7, pp 103-124, 2007.

Electrodeposition and properties of nanoscale magnetic/non-magnetic metallic multilayer films
L. Peter and I. Bakonyi, ECRN Ch 12, pp 242-260, 2007.

Microfabrication techniques: useful tools for miniaturizing fuel cells
T. Pichonat, NS13 Ch 5, pp 211-245, 2007.

Nonaqueous batteries used in industrial applications
G. Pistoia, IABA Ch 1, pp 1-52, 2007.

Aqueous batteries used in industrial applications
G. Pistoia, IABA Ch 2, pp 53-117, 2007.

Electrochemical genosensing of food pathogens based on graphite-epoxy composites
M.I. Pividori and S. Alegret, WCAC V 49, Ch 21, pp 439-466, 2007.

Electrochemical immunosensing of food residues by affinity biosensors and magneto sensors
M.I. Pividori and S. Alegret, WCAC V 49, Ch 22, pp 467-493, 2007.

Synthetic diamond electrodes for electroanalysis and electrolysis
Y.V. Pleskov, NS14 Ch 4, pp 183-227, 2007.

The influence of corrosion potential on stress corrosion cracking of stainless steels in pressurized water reactor primary coolant environment
M. Postler, R.-W. Bosch, and S. Van Dyck, ELWR Ch 5, pp 107-121, 2007.

Energy analysis of a combined fuel processor and fuel cell system
K.J. Ptasinski, NS12 Ch 7, pp 303-332, 2007.

Microchip electrophoresis/electrochemistry systems for analysis of nitroaromatic explosives
M. Pumera, A. Merkoci, and S. Alegret, WCAC V 49, Ch 35, pp 873-884, 2007.

Surface functionalization of carbon catalyst-support for PEM fuel cells: a review
Z. Qi, NS13 Ch 8, pp 381-410, 2007.

Hydrocarbon polymer electrolytes for fuel cell applications
J. Qiao and T. Okada, NS14 Ch 2, pp 85-134, 2007.

Ion-selective electrodes in trace level analysis of heavy metals: potentiometry for the XXI century
A. Radu and D. Diamond, WCAC V 49, Ch 2, pp 25-52, 2007.

Present trends in fuel cell technology development
R. Rajalakshmi and K.S. Dhathathreyan, NS12 Ch 2, pp 55-145, 2007.

Electro-analytical techniques in fuel cell research and development
M. Ramani, RTFC Ch 2, pp 10-39, 2007.

Adsorptive stripping voltammetry in trace metal analysis. Case study: dimethylglyoxime complexes
S.A. Ramirez and G.J. Gordillo, NS14 Ch 6, pp 255-278, 2007.

Biomimetic sensors for toxic pesticides and inorganics based on optoelectronic/electrochemical transducers - an overview
T.P. Rao, K. Prasad, R. Kala, and J.M. Gladis, CRAC V 37, pp 191-210, 2007.

Aerospace applications. II. Planetary exploration missions (orbiters, landers, rovers and probes) (batteries)
B.V. Ratnakumar and M.C. Smart, IABA Ch 6, pp 327-393, 2007.

From interferant anion to neuromodulator: ascorbate oxidizes its way to Respectability
G.V. Rebec, EMNS Ch 9, pp 149-165, 2007.

Applications of microelectrodes to problems in chemical oceanography
C.E. Reimers, CHRE V 107, pp 590-600, 2007.

Protein redox state control via heterogeneous charge transfer
V. Reipa, NS09 Ch 6, pp 177-197, 2007.

In-situ Raman spectroscopic studies of pyridine adsorption on different transition metal surfaces
B. Ren, D.-Y. Wu, and Z.-Q. Tian, ISSA Ch 10, pp 299-337, 2007.

Mediated enzyme screen-printed electrode probes for clinical, environmental and food analysis
F. Ricci, D. Moscone, and G. Palleschi, WCAC V 49, Ch 24, pp 559-584, 2007.

Hydrogen peroxide as a diffusible messenger: evidence from voltammetric studies of dopamine release in brain slices
M.E. Rice, M.V. Avshalumov, and J.C. Patel, EMNS Ch 11, pp 205-232, 2007.

Rapid dopamine release in freely moving rats
D.L. Robinson and R.M. Wightman, EMNS Ch 2, pp 17-34, 2007.

Microfluidic-based electrochemical platform for rapid immunological analysis in small volumes
J.S. Rossier and F. Reymond, WCAC V 49, Ch 36, pp 885-905, 2007.

Electro-convective versus electroosmotic instability in concentration polarization
I. Rubinstein and B. Zaltzman, ACIS V 134-135, pp 190-200, 2007.

Electrochemical formation of organic thin films (modified electrodes)
T. Saji, EECH V 10, Ch 12, pp 755-762, 2007.

Experimental activity on a large SOFC generator
M. Santarelli, P. Leone, M. Cali, and G. Orsello, NS13 Ch 2, pp 71-134, 2007.

World market for industrial batteries
D. Saxman, IABA Ch 15, pp 737-766, 2007.

Localized electrocrystallization of metals by STM tip nanoelectrodes
W. Schindler and P. Hugelmann, ECRN Ch 6, pp 117-137, 2007.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy as a tool in neuroscience
A. Schulte and W. Schuhmann, EMNS Ch 17, pp 353-372, 2007.

Direct methanol fuel cells: fundamental, problems and perspectives
K. Scott and A.K. Shukla, MAEC V 40, Ch 4, pp 127-227, 2007.

Approximate analytical solutions for models of three-dimensional electrodes by Adomian's decomposition method
K. Scott and Y.-P. Sun, MAEC V 41, Ch 4, pp 221-304, 2007.

Application of electrochemical enzyme biosensors for food quality control
B. Serra, A.J. Reviejo, and J.M. Pingarron, WCAC V 49, Ch 13, pp 255-298, 2007.

The principles, development and application of microelectrodes for the in vivo determination of nitric oxide
M.J. Serpe and X. Zhang, EMNS Ch 21, pp 465-487, 2007.

Introduction to fuel cells
R.K. Shah, RTFC Ch 1, pp 1-9, 2007.

Nanomaterials in Li-ion battery electrode design
C.R. Sides and C.R. Martin, MAEC V 40, Ch 3, pp 75-126, 2007.

Electrochemical characteristics and concentration polarization of perfluorinated cation-exchange membranes
M. Sidorova, L. Ermakova, A. Kiprianova, D. Aleksandrov, and S. Timofeev, ACIS V 134-135, pp 224-235, 2007.

Electrochemistry applied to organic synthesis: principles and main achievements
J. Simonet, EECH V 5, Ch 6, pp 317-376, 2007.

Principles, development and applications of self-referencing electrochemical microelectrodes to the determination of fluxes at cell membranes
P.J.S. Smith, R.H. Sanger, and M.A. Messerli, EMNS Ch 18, pp 373-405, 2007.

Reference electrodes
T.J. Smith K.J. Stevenson, HBEC Ch 4, pp 73-110, 2007.

FTIR and X-ray absorption spectroscopy of operating fuel cells
E.S. Smotkin, ISSA Ch 8, pp 247-272, 2007.

Electrochemical treatment of dilute cyanide solutions containing complexes with copper, cadmium and zinc at carbon felt electrodes
A. Socha and E. Kusmierek, NS09 Ch 3, pp 59-112, 2007.

Amperometric detection of dopamine exocytosis from synaptic terminals
R.G.W. Staal, S. Rayport, and D. Sulzer, EMNS Ch 16, pp 337-352, 2007.

Enantioselective, potentiometric membrane electrodes: design, mechanism of potential development and applications for pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis
R.-I.S. Staden, WCAC V 49, Ch 3, pp 53-71, 2007.

The impact of electrocrystallization on nanotechnology
G. Staikov and A. Milchev, ECRN Ch 1, pp 3-29, 2007.

Optimal control strategies (molten carbonate fuel cell)
K. Sternberg, K. Chudej, and H.J. Pesch, MCFC Ch 10, pp 201-210, 2007.

Investigation of molecular transfer processes across phospholipid monolayers by the combined scanning electrochemical microscopy-Langmuir trough technique
J. Strutwolf, J. Zhang, and P.R. Unwin, PRRK V 32, pp 195-217, 2007.

On the suitability of TiO2-based photoanodes for cathodic protection applications
R. Subasri and T. Shinohara, NS11 Ch 7, pp 275-302, 2007.

Microstructure and electrochemical studies of Cr3C2-NiCr coatings obtained by HVOF
P.H. Suegama, C.S. Fugivara, A.V. Benedetti, J. Fernandez, N. Espallrgas, J. Delgado, and J.M. Guilemany, NS09 Ch 4, pp 113-151, 2007.

Layer-by-layer assemblies of thin films on electrodes (modified electrodes)
S.L. Suib, N. Hu, J.F. Rusling, and M. Bruening, EECH V 10, Ch 2, pp 373-396, 2007.

In-situ microscope FTIR reflection spectroscopy and its applications in electrochemical adsorption and electrocatalysis on nanostructured surfaces
S.-G. Sun and Z.-Y. Zhou, ISSA Ch 5, pp 139-178, 2007.

Solid electrode materials: pretreatment and activation
G.M. Swain, HBEC Ch 5, pp 111-153, 2007.

Microelectrode arrays
S. Szunerits and L. Thouin, HBEC Ch 10, pp 391-428, 2007.

Vibrational and electronic spectroscopic investigation of the electrochemical interface using IR-visible sum-frequency generation and related nonlinear optical techniques
A. Tadjeddine and F. Vidal, ISSA Ch 9, pp 273-298, 2007.

Redox-active dendrimers in solution and as films on surfaces (modified electrodes)
K. Takada, J.I. Goldsmith, S. Bernhard, and H.D. Abruna, EECH V 10, Ch 11, pp 729-753, 2007.

Copper (II)-selective membrane electrodes based on Cu (II)-Schiff base complexes as an ionophore
M. Tastekin, F. Tunali, O. Atakol, and E. Kilic, RACH V 26, pp 155-167, 2007.

Reproducible electrochemical analysis of phenolic compounds by high pressure liquid chromatography with oxygen-terminated diamond sensor
C. Terasima and A. Fujishima, WCAC V 49, Ch 11, pp 211-232, 2007.

Modified electrochemical methods for the determination of eugenol in clove (Syzygium aromaticum) and pharmaceutical formulations
K. Thakur and K.S. Pitre, RACH V 26 pp 199-208, 2007.

A PEM fuel cell power source for electric vehicle applications with supercapacitor or battery as auxiliary source
P. Thounthon and B. Davat, NS12 Ch 8, pp 333-416, 2007.

Using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry to investigate somatodendritic dopamine release
S. Threlfell and S.J. Cragg, EMNS Ch 8, pp 125-148, 2007.

Coupling interfacial electrochemistry with nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: an electronic perspective
Y.Y. Tong, ISSA Ch 14, pp 441-469, 2007.

Kinetics of the hydrogen evolution reaction on iron and the hydrogen diffusion through a steel membrane in ethylene glycol and ethanol solutions of hydrochloric acid
L.E. Tsygankova, V.I. Vigdorovich, and M.V. Vigdorovich, NS14 Ch 3, pp 135-182, 2007.

High temperature corrosion of Zircaloy-4 followed by in-situ impedance spectroscopy and chronoamperometry. Effect of an anodic polarization
M. Tupin, C. Bataillon, J.P. Gozlan, and P. Bossis, ELWR Ch 7, pp 134-155, 2007.

Corrosion of construction steel in concrete: the influence of the marine environment
M. Vazquez, A. Vico, and W. Morris, NS11 Ch 2, pp 61-97, 2007.

Micro fuel cells
S. Venugopalan, RTFC Ch 6, pp 137-156, 2007.

Direct alcohol and borohydride alkaline fuel cells
A. Verma and S. Basu, RTFC Ch 7, pp 157-187, 2007.

Analysis of mechanisms induced by sliding and corrosion: dedicated apparatus for pressurized water reactor environments
J.-Ph. Vernot and D. Kaczorowski, ELWR Ch 9, pp 167-178, 2007.

Investigating and exploiting the electrocatalytic properties of hydrogenases
K.A. Vincent, A. Parkin, and F.A. Armstrong, CHRE V 107, pp 4366-4413, 2007.

Stationary applications. I. Lead-acid batteries for telecommunications and UPS
R. Wagner, IABA Ch 7, pp 395-454, 2007.

Stationary applications. III. Lead-acid batteries for solar and wind energy storage
R. Wagner, IABA Ch 9, pp 497-545, 2007.

Light-addressable potentiometric sensors (LAPS): recent trends and applications
T. Wagner and M.J. Schoning, WCAC V 49, Ch 5, pp 87-128, 2007.

Stripping-based electrochemical metal sensors for environmental monitoring
J. Wang, WCAC V 49, Ch 6, pp 131-141, 2007.

Epitaxial electrochemical growth (modified electrodes)
M.D. Ward, EECH V 10, Ch 3, pp 397-412, 2007.

Macroscopic modeling of polymer-electrolyte membranes (fuel cells)
A.Z. Weber and J. Newman, ADFC Ch 2, pp 47-117, 2007.

Tribocorrosion of stellite 6 alloy: mechanism of electrochemical reactions
F. Wenger, P. Ponthiaux, L. Benea, J. Peybernes, and A. Ambard, ELWR Ch 11, pp 195-211, 2007.

Other films (modified electrodes)
M.E. Williams, J.T. Hupp, W. Dong, B. Dunn, A. Vaskevich, and I. Rubinstein, EECH V 10, Ch 5, pp 427-490, 2007.

Electrochemistry in small places and at novel interfaces
N.J. Wittenberg and A.G. Ewing, F.R.F. Fan, and Y. Shao, HBEC Ch 17, pp 719-809, 2007.

Electrochemistry at the cell membrane/solution interface
N. Wittenberg, M. Maxson, D. Eves, A.-S. Cans, and A.G. Ewing, EMNS Ch 14, pp 285-314, 2007.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy in biosensor research
G. Wittstock, M. Burchardt, and C.N. Kirchner, WCAC V 49, Ch 37, pp 907-939, 2007.

Developments of alkaline solid polymer electrolyte membranes based on polyvinyl alcohol and their applications
G.M. Wu, S.J. Lin, and C.C. Yang, NS13 Ch 10, pp 445-471, 2007.

Miscellaneous applications. II. Tracking systems, toll collection, oil drilling, car accessories, oceanography (batteries)
H. Yamin, M. Shlepakov, and C. Menachem, IABA Ch 12, pp 617-647, 2007.

In vivo fast-scan cyclic voltammetry of dopamine near microdialysis probes
H. Yang and A.C. Michael, EMNS Ch 22, pp 489-501, 2007.

In situ methods(modified electrodes)
S. Ye, K. Uosaki, K. Shimazu, K. Itaya, M. Fujihira, and T. Kakiuchi, EECH V 10, Ch 7, pp 509-619, 2007.

CFD modeling and optimization of fuel-cell systems
P.L. Zervas, A. Tatsis, H. Sarimveis, M.K. Koukou, and N.C. Markatos, NS12 Ch 3, pp 147-214, 2007.

Electrochemistry of silicon etching
X.G. Zhang, EECH V 5, Ch 11, pp 749-808, 2007.

Electrokinetic phenomena in concentrated disperse systems: general problem formulation and spherical cell approach
E.K. Zholkovskij, J.H. Masliyah, V.N. Shilov, and S. Bhattacharjee, ACIS V 134-135, pp 279-321, 2007.

In-situ ESR for studies of paramagnetic species on electrode surfaces and electron spins inside electrode materials
L. Zhuang and J. Lu, ISSA Ch 13, pp 409-440, 2007.

Integrated investigations of the electrosurface properties of nonaqueous disperse and capillary systems
A.N. Zhukov, ACIS V 134-135, pp 330-345, 2007.


2008

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Why use ionic liquids for electrodeposition?
A.P. Abbott, I. Dalrymple, F. Endres, and D.R. MacFarlane, EDIL Ch 1, pp 1-13, 2008.

In vitro electrochemistry of biological systems
K.L. Adams, M. Puchades, and A.G. Ewing, ARAC V 1, pp 329-355, 2008.

Overview of capillary electrophoresis in pharmaceutical analysis
S. Ahuja, CEPA Ch 1, pp 1-8, 2008.

Measuring ultrafast photoinduced electron-transfer dynamics
X. Ai and T. Lian, NPSS Ch 11, pp 633-674, 2008.

Nanoscale engineering for the mechanical integrity of Li-ion electrode materials
K.E. Aifantis and S.A. Hackney, NMEC Ch 8, pp 319-347, 2008.

Chiral resolution of racemic environmental pollutants by capillary electrophoresis
I. Ali, V.K. Gupta, and H.Y Aboul-Enein, CRAC V 38, pp 132-146, 2008.

Electrochemical monitoring of single cell secretion: vesicular exocytosis and oxidative stress
C. Amatore, S. Arbault, M. Guille, and F. Lemaitre, CHRE V 108, pp 2585-2621, 2008.

Scanning electrochemical microscopy
S. Amemiya, A.J. Bard, F.-R.F. Fan, M.V. Mirkin, and P.R. Unwin, ARAC V 1, pp 95-131, 2008.

CFD based results for planar and micro-tubular single cell designs (solid oxide fuel cells)
L. Andreassi, S. Ubertini, R. Bove, and N.M. Sammes, MSOF Ch 4, pp 97-122, 2008.

Regenerative fuel cells
J. Andrews and A.K. Doddathimmaiah, MFFC Ch 9, pp 344-385, 2008.

Overview (photoelectrochemistry)
M.D. Archer, NPSS Ch 1, pp 1-38, 2008.

Fundamentals and applications in electron-transfer reactions
M.D. Archer, NPSS Ch 4, pp 209-274, 2008.

Ion channels formed in planar lipid bilayers by alamethicin and peptaibols
K. Asami, NS16 Ch 1, pp 1-34, 2008.

Bioenergetics and biological electron transport
P.N. Bartlett, BECF Ch 1, pp 1-37, 2008.

Modelling biosensor responses (bioelectrochemistry)
P.N. Bartlett, C.S. Toh, E.J. Calvo, and V. Flexer, BECF Ch 8, pp 267-326, 2008.

Review on the mechanisms of interaction between millimeter waves and biological systems
A. Beneduci, NS16 Ch 2, pp 35-80, 2008.

Organic donor-acceptor heterojunction solar cells
J.J. Benson-Smith and J. Nelson, NPSS Ch 7, pp 453-501, 2008.

Synthesis of ionic liquids
T. Beyersdorff, T.J.S. Schubert, U. Welz-Biermann, W. Pitner, A.P. Abbott, K.J. McKenzie, and K.S. Ryder, EDIL Ch 2, pp 15-46, 2008.

Potentiometric ion sensors
J. Bobacka, A. Ivaska and A. Lewenstam, CHRE V 108, pp 329-351. 2008.

Catalyst synthesis techniques (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
C. Bock, H. Halvorsen, and B. MacDougall, PEME Ch 9, pp 447-485, 2008.

Electrodeposition of semiconductors in ionic liquids
N. Borisenko, S.Z. El Abedin, and F. Endres, EDIL Ch 6, pp 147-165, 2008.

Electron transfer in DNA and in DNA-related biological processes: electrochemical insights
F. Boussicault and M. Robert, CHRE V 108, pp 2622-2645, 2008.

Multiscale modeling and design of electrochemical systems
R.D. Braatz, E.G. Seebauer, and R.C. Alkire, AESE V 10, Ch 4, pp 289-334, 2008.

Synopsis of the lithium-ion battery markets
R.J. Brodd, LBSA Ch 1, pp 1-7, 2009.

Microemulsion electrokinetic chromatography
W.W. Buchberger, CEMP Ch 29, pp 717-733, 2008.

Effects of plasma membrane excitation on spatially distributed H+ fluxes, photosynthetic electron transport, and non-photochemical quenching in the plant cell
A.A. Bulychev and N.A. Krupenina, NS16 Ch 6, pp 159-188, 2008.

Voltammetry of adsorbed redox enzymes: mechanisms in the potential dimension
J.N. Butt and F.A. Armstrong, BIEC Ch 4, pp 91-128, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis of sugar acids
C. Campa, E. Baiutti, and A. Flamigni, CEMP Ch 12, pp 307-355, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis of neutral carbohydrates: mono-, oligosaccharides, and clucosides
C. Campa and M. Rossi, CEMP Ch 11, pp 247-305, 2008.

Electrode materials
F. Cardarelli, MAH2 Ch 9.7, pp 556-589, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis of tropane alkaloids and glycoalkaloids occurring in solanaceae plants
T.R.I. Cataldi and G. Bianco, CEMP Ch 9, pp 171-203, 2008.

From a single cell to a stack modeling (solid oxide fuel cells)
I.B. Celik and S.R. Pakalapati, MSOF Ch 5, pp 123-182, 2008.

Electrochemical approach to the mechanistic study of proton-coupled electron transfer
C. Costentin, CHRE V 108, pp 2145-2179, 2008.

Separation of synthetic (co)polymers by capillary electrophoresis techniques
H. Cottet and P. Gareil, CEMP Ch 21, pp 541-567, 2008.

Enzymes as working or inspirational electrocatalysts for fuel cells and Electrolysis
J.A. Cracknell, K.A. Vincent, and F.A. Armstrong, CHRE V 108, pp 2439-2461, 2008.

Measurement of low-molecular-weight carboxylic acids in ambient air and vehicle emission by capillary electrophoresis
E. Dabek-Zlotorzynska and V. Celo, CEMP Ch 3, pp 43-64, 2008.

Biomedical applications of amino acid detection by capillary electrophoresis
G.E. De Benedetto, CEMP Ch 18, pp 457-481, 2008.

Nanosized titanium oxides for energy storage and conversion
A. Du Pasquier, NMEC Ch 10, pp 387-407, 2008.

Proton-conducting polymer electrolyte membranes: water and structure in charge (fuel cells)
M. Eikerling, A.A. Kornyshev, and E. Spohr, FCPS V 1, Ch 2, pp 15-54, 2008.

Catalyst layer modeling: structure, properties and performance (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
M.H. Eikerling, K. Malek, and Q. Wang, PEME Ch 8, pp 381-446, 2008.

Induced codeposition of alloys of tungsten, molybdenum and rhenium with transition metals
N. Eliaz and E. Gileadi, MAEC V 42, Ch 4, pp 191-301, 2008.

Electrochemical corrosion behavior of nanocrystalline materials
O. Elkedim, NMEC Ch 7, pp 291-317, 2008.

Future directions and challenges (electrodeposition from ionic liquids)
F. Endres, A.P. Abbott, and D. MacFarlane, EDIL Ch 13, pp 369-377, 2008.

Electrodeposition on the nanometer scale: in situ scanning tunneling microscopy (in ionic liquids)
F. Endres and S.Z. El Abedin, EDIL Ch 9, pp 239-257, 2008.

Plating protocols (electrodeposition from ionic liquids)
F. Endres, S.Z. El Abedin, Q. Liu, D.R. MacFarlane, K.S. Ryder, and A.P. Abbott, EDIL Ch 12, pp 353-367, 2008.

One-electron and two-electron transfers in electrochemistry and homogeneous solution reactions
D.H. Evans, CHRE V 108, pp 2113-2144, 2008.

Determination of aliphatic low-molecular-weight and biogenic amines by capillary zone electrophoresis
A. Fekete, M. Lahaniatis, J. Lintelmann, and P. Schmitt-Kopplin, CEMP Ch 4, pp 65-81, 2008.

Electrochemical sensors based on carbon nanotubes
M. Feng, H. Han, J. Zhang, and H. Tachikawa, ESBM Ch 15, pp 459-501, 2008.

DNA biosensors based on nanostructured materials
A. Ferancova and J. Labuda, NMEC Ch 11, pp 409-434, 2008.

Materials basics for fuel cells
K. Foger, MFFC Ch 2, pp 6-36, 2008.

Magnetic beads-based electrochemical DNA and protein sensing strategies: prospective tools for molecular diagnostics
M. Fojta, P. Horakova, K. Cahova, M. Fojtova, S. Hason, L. Havran, P. Kostecka, K. Nemcova, H. Pivonkova, and M. Brazdova, NS16 Ch 3, pp 81-117, 2008.

Recent developments in electrochemical immunoassays and immunosensors
J.M. Fowler, D.K.Y. Wong, H.B. Halsall, and W.R. Heineman, ESBM Ch 5, pp 115-143, 2008.

Practical considerations for the analysis of ionic and neutral organic molecules with capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry
M. Frommberger, M. Englmann, and P. Schmitt-Kopplin, CEMP Ch 7, pp 135-156, 2008.

Phosphoric acid fuel cells
T.F. Fuller and K.G. Gallagher, MFFC Ch 6, pp 209-247, 2008.

Use of capillary electrophoresis for polysaccharide studies and applications
A. Gamini, A. Coslovi, I. Rustighi, C. Campa, A. Vetere, and S. Paoletti, CEMP Ch 13, pp 357-400, 2008.

Multi-dimensional capillary electrophoresis and chromatography for proteomic analysis
M. Gao and X. Zhang, CEMP Ch 33, pp 783-801, 2008.

Analysis of the enantiomers of chiral pesticides and other pollutants in environmental samples by capillary electrophoresis
A.W. Garrison, P. Schmitt-Kopplin, and J.K. Avants, CEMP Ch 8, pp 157-170, 2008.

Introduction: materials challenges in fuel cells
M. Gasik, MFFC Ch 1, pp 1-5, 2008.

Dynamic modeling of fuel cells (solid oxide fuel cells)
R.S. Gemmen, MSOF Ch 9, pp 269-322, 2008.

NAD(P)-based biosensors (bioelectrochemistry)
L. Gorton and P.N. Bartlett, BECF Ch 4, pp 157-198, 2008.

Dye-sensitised mesoscopic solar cells
M. Gratzel and J.R. Durrant, NPSS Ch 8, pp 503-536, 2008.

Role of CE in drug substance and drug product development (capillary electrophoresis)
O. Grosche and M. Zeitz, CEPA Ch 5, pp 95-121, 2008.

IP-SOFC model (solid oxide fuel cells)
S. Grosso, L. Repetto, and P. Costamagna, MSOF Ch 6, pp 183-205, 2008.

A proton-conducting polymer membrane as solid electrolyte - function and required properties (fuel cells)
L. Gubler and G.G. Scherer, FCPS V 1, Ch 1, pp 1-14, 2008.

Alkaline fuel cells
E. Golzow and M. Schulze, MFFC Ch 3, pp 64-100, 2008.

Radiation grafted membranes (fuel cells)
S.A. Gursel, L. Gubler, B. Gupta, and G.G. Scherer, FCPS V 1, Ch 5, pp 157-217, 2008.

Electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol, ethanol and formic acid (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
E. Gyenge, PEME Ch 4, pp 165-287, 2008.

Making contact: Connecting molecules electrically to the macroscopic world
H. Haick and D. Cahen, PRSS V 83, pp 217-261, 2008.

Electrochemical reactivity in room-temperature ionic liquids
P. Hapiot and C. Lagrost, CHRE V 108, pp 2238-2264, 2008.

Polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells
C. Hartnig, L. Jorissen, J. Kerres, W. Lehnert, and J. Scholta, MFFC Ch 4, pp 101-184, 2008.

Direct methanol fuel cells
C. Hartnig, L. Jorissen, W. Lehnert, and J. Scholta, MFFC Ch 5, pp 185-208, 2008.

Composites of intrinsically conducting polymers as sensing nanomaterials
D.W. Hatchett and M. Josowicz, CHRE V 108, pp 746-769, 2008.

Electrochemical glucose sensors and their applications in diabetes management
A. Heller and B. Feldman, CHRE V 108, pp 2482-2505, 2008.

Nanostructured metals and alloys deposited from ionic liquids
R. Hempelmann and H. Natter, EDIL Ch 8, pp 213-238, 2008.

Biological membranes and membrane mimics (bioelectrochemistry)
T. Hianik, BECF Ch 3, pp 87-156, 2008.

Electrochemistry at the DNA/electrode interface: new approaches to nucleic acids biosensing
M.G. Hill and S.0. Kelley, BIEC Ch 5, pp 129-160, 2008.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography of aminoglycosides
U. Holzgrabe, S. Laug, and F. Wienen, CEMP Ch 30, pp 735-749, 2008.

Electrochemical CO2 reduction on metal electrodes
Y. Hori, MAEC V 42, Ch 3, pp 89-189, 2008.

Biosensors based on direct electron transfer of protein
S. Hu, Q. Lu, and Y. Xu, ESBM Ch 17, pp 531-581, 2008.

Electron transfer initiated reactions: bond formation land bond dissociation
A. Houmam, CHRE V 108, pp 2180-2237, 2008.

Solid oxide fuel cells
K. Huang, MFFC Ch 8, pp 280-343, 2008.

Analysis of proteins by capillary electrophoresis
C.W. Huck and G.K. Bonn, CEMP Ch 20, pp 507-540, 2008.

On-line concentration of environmental pollutant samples by using capillary electrophoresis
J. Intaraprasert and P.J. Marriott, CEMP Ch 27, pp 661-701, 2008.

Structures of water at electrified interfaces: microscopic understanding of electrode potential in electric double layers on electrode surfaces
M. Ito, SUSR V 63, pp 329-389, 2008.

Electrochemical detection (flow injection analysis)
A. Ivaska, WCAC V 54, Ch 16, pp 441-459, 2008.

Plasma electrochemistry with ionic liquids
J. Janek, M. Rohnke, M. Polleth, and S.A. Meiss, EDIL Ch 10, pp 259-285, 2008.

Theoretical considerations in performance of various modes of CE (capillary electrophoresis)
M.I. Jimidar, CEPA Ch 2, pp 9-42, 2008.

Method development for pharmaceutical analysis (capillary electrophoresis)
M.I. Jimidar, P. Van Nyen,W. Van Ael, and M. De Smet, CEPA Ch 4, pp 63-94, 2008.

Advances in the development of inorganic-organic membranes for fuel cell applications
D.J. Jones and J. Roziere, FCPS V 1, Ch 6, pp 219-264, 2008.

Biosensors for pesticides
H. Ju and V.B. Kandimalla, ESBM Ch 2, pp 31-56, 2008.

Nanostructured hydrogen storage materials synthesized by mechanical alloying
M. Jurczyk and M. Nowak, NMEC Ch 9, pp 349-385, 2008.

Contribution of electrochemistry to organometallic catalysis
A. Jutand, CHRE V 108, pp 2300-2347, 2008.

Biosensors based on immobilization of biomolecules in sol-gel matrices
V.B. Kandimalla, V.S. Tripathi, and H. Ju, ESBM Ch 16, pp 503-529, 2008.

The determination of the stability constants binary complexes of alizarin with Mg (II) and Al(III) by potentiometric and spectrophotometric methods
S. Karaderi and D. Bilgic, RACH V 27, pp 251-261, 2008.

Chemical and biological sensors based on electroactive inorganic polycrystals
A. Karyakin, ESBM Ch 13, pp 411-439, 2008.

Conducting solids
E. Kendrick and P. Slater, ARCH V 104A, pp 414-433, 2008.

Electrochemically controllable polyacrylonitrile-derived artificial muscle as an intelligent material (conducting polymers)
K.J. Kim and K. Choe, INMA Ch 7, pp 191-204, 2008.

Potentiometric titration of some diamino compounds in toluene
S. Kocaoba, F. Aydogan, and H. Afsar, RACH V 27, pp 263-271, 2008.

Principles and practice of capillary electrochromatography
M.T. Koesdjojo, C.F. Gonzalez, and V.T. Remcho, HCE3 Ch 5, pp 183-226, 2008.

Inorganic extended-junction devices
R. Konenkamp, NPSS Ch 6, pp 393-452, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis in bioanalysis
V. Kostal, J. Katzenmeyer, and E.A. Arriaga, ACAR V 80, pp 4533-4550, 2008.

Electrochemical sensors for the determination of hydrogen sulfide production in biological samples
D.W. Kraus, J.E. Doeller, and X. Zhang, ESBM Ch 8, pp 213-235, 2008.

Flow injection analysis - capillary electrophoresis
P. Kuban and P.C. Hauser, WCAC V 54, Ch 11, pp 287-307, 2008.

Charge transport of solute oligonucleotides in metallic nanogaps - observations and some puzzles
A.M. Kuznetsov and J. Ulstrup, BIEC Ch 6, pp 161-205, 2008.

Physicochemical applications of scanning electrochemical microscopy
F.O. Laforge, P. Sun, and M.V. Mirkin, ACHP V 139, pp 177-244 2008.

Introduction to capillary electrophoresis
J.P. Landers, HCE3 Ch 1, pp 3-74, 2008.

Top-down approaches to the fabrication of nanopatterned electrodes
Y.H. Lanyon and D.W.M. Arrigan, NMEC Ch 3, pp 187-210, 2008.

Metal nanoparticles: applications to electroanalysis
N.S. Lawrence and H.-P. Liang, NMEC Ch 12, pp 435-457, 2008.

Non-noble electrocatalysts for the PEM fuel cell oxygen reduction reaction
K. Lee, L. Zhang, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 15, pp 715-757, 2008.

Powering fuel cells through biocatalysis
D. Leech. M. Pellissier, and F. Barriere, ESBM Ch 12, pp 385-410, 2008.

Microfluidic devices for electrophoretic separations: fabrication and use
L.A. Legendre, J.P. Ferrance, and J.P. Landers, HCE3 Ch 10, pp 335-358, 2008.

Direct electrochemistry of redox enzymes as a tool for mechanistic studies
C. Leger and P. Bertrand, CHRE V 108, pp 2379-2438, 2008.

Biochips - fundamentals and applications
C.M. Li, H. Dong, Q. Zhou, and K.H. Goh, ESBM Ch 11, pp 307-383, 2008.

Electrocatalytic H2 oxidation reaction (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
H. Li, K. Lee, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 3, pp 135-164, 2008.

Catalyst contamination in PEM fuel cells (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
H. Li, C. Song, J. Zhang, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 6, pp 331-354, 2008.

Catalyst layer degradation, diagnosis and failure mitigation (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
J. Li, PEME Ch 23, pp 1041-1094, 2008.

Physical characterization of electrocatalysts (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
S. Liao, B. Li, and Y. Li, PEME Ch 10, pp 487-546, 2008.

Photoelectrochemical storage cells
S. Licht and G. Hodes, NPSS Ch 10, pp 591-632, 2008.

Modeling of combined SOFC and turbine power systems (solid oxide fuel cells)
E.A. Liese, M.L. Ferrari, J. VanOsdol, D. Tucker, and R.S. Gemmen, MSOF Ch 8, pp 239-268, 2008.

Titanate-nanotube based electrochemical biosensing
A. Liu, NS16 Ch 8, pp 209-223, 2008.

Nanoparticles-based biosensors and bioassays
G. Liu, J. Wang, Y. Lin, and J. Wang, ESBM Ch 14, pp 441-457, 2008.

Platinum-based alloy catalysts for PEM fuel cells
H. Liu, D. Xia, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 13, pp 631-654, 2008.

Combinatorial methods for PEM fuel cell electrocatalysts (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
H. Liu and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 12, pp 609-630, 2008.

Polybenzimidazole/acid complexes as high-temperature membranes (fuel cells)
J. Mader, L. Xiao, T.J. Schmidt, and B.C. Benicewicz, FCPS V 2, Ch 2, pp 63-124, 2008.

Sulfonated aromatic polymers for fuel cell membranes
G. Maier and J. Meier-Haack, FCPS V 2, Ch 1, pp 1-62, 2008.

New trends in ion-selective electrodes
S. Makarychev-Mikhailov, A. Shvarev, and E. Bakker, ESBM Ch 4, pp 71-114, 2008.

Semiconductor/liquid junction photoelectrochemical solar cells
S. Maldonado, A.G. Fitch, and N.S. Lewis, NPSS Ch 9, pp 537-589, 2008.

Metal analysis with capillary zone electrophoresis
A.K. Malik, CEMP Ch 2, pp 21-42, 2008.

Capillary electrophoretic analysis of organic pollutants
A.K. Malik, J.S. Aulakh, and V. Kaur, CEMP Ch 5, pp 93-118, 2008.

SOFC in brief (solid oxide fuel cells)
T. Malkow, MSOF Ch 1, pp 3-12, 2008.

Superoxide electrochemical sensors and biosensors: principles, development and Applications
L. Mao, Y. Tian, and T. Ohsaka, ESBM Ch 6, pp 145-185, 2008.

Electrogenerated chemiluminescence and its biorelated applications
W.J. Mao, CHRE V 108, pp 2506-2553, 2008.

Sulfonated polyimides (fuel cells)
C. Marestin, G. Gebel, O. Diat, and R. Mercier, FCPS V 2, Ch 5, pp 185-258, 2008.

Spray-based and CVD processes for synthesis of fuel cell catalysts and thin catalyst layers (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
R. Maric, PEME Ch 20, pp 917-963, 2008.

Some recent studies in ruthenium electrochemistry and electrocatalysis
N.S. Marinkovic, M.B. Vukmirovic. and R.R. Adzic, MAEC V 42, Ch 1, pp 1-52, 2008.

Chemical and electro-chemical applications of in situ microwave heating
F. Marken, ARCH V 104C, pp 124-141, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis for pharmaceutical analysis
A. Marsh, M. Broderick, K. Altria, J. Power, S. Donegan, and B. Clark, CEMP Ch 10, pp 205-245, 2008.

Separation of DNA by capillary electrophoresis
B. McCord, B. Hartzell-Baguley, and S. King, CEMP Ch 15, pp 415-429, 2008.

Advanced carbon electrode materials for molecular electrochemistry
R.L. McCreery, CHRE V 108, pp 2646-2687, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis for pharmaceutical analysis
E. McEvoy, A. Marsh, K. Altria, S. Donegan, and J. Power, HCE3 Ch 4, pp 135-182, 2008.

Molten carbonate fuel cells
S. McPhail, E. Simonetti, A. Moreno, and R. Bove, MFFC Ch 7, pp 248-279, 2008.

Can n-octyl-beta-d-glucopyranosideat fentomolar concentrations induce channel-like ionic pathways in planar lipid membranes?
D. Meleleo, S. Micelli, M.G. Stoico, V. Picciarelli, and E. Gallucci, NS16 Ch 7, pp 189-207, 2008.

Valve metal, Si and ceramic oxides as dielectric films for passive and active electronic devices
A. Michaelis, AESE V 10, Ch 1, pp 1-106, 2008.

Fundamentals in photoelectrochemistry
R.J.D. Miller and R. Memming, NPSS Ch 2, pp 39-145, 2008.

Superconformal film growth
T.P. Moffat, D. Wheeler, and D. Josell, AESE V 10, Ch 2, pp 107-189, 2008.

Glucose biosensors (bioelectrochemistry)
J.M. Montornes, M.S. Vreeke, and I. Katakis, BECF Ch 5, pp 199-217, 2008.

Nanoelectrochemistry: metal nanoparticles, nanoelectrodes, and nanopores
R.W. Murray, CHRE V 108, pp 2688-2720, 2008.

Self-organized formation of layered nanostructures by oscillatory electrodeposition
S. Nakanishi, NMEC Ch 6, pp 267-290, 2008.

In situ STM studies of immobilized biomolecules at the electrode-electrolyte interface
R.J. Nichols, W. Haiss, D.G. Fernig, H. Van Zalinge, D.J. Schiffrin, and J. Ulstrup, BIEC Ch 7, pp 207-247, 2008.

Fundamentals and applications of quantum-confined structures
A.J. Nozik, NPSS Ch 3, pp 147-207, 2008.

Equipment considerations for capillary electrophoresis
B. O’Flaherty and B.K. Nunnally, CEPA Ch 3, pp 43-62, 2008.

Physical properties of ionic liquids for electrochemical applications
H. Ohno, EDIL Ch 3, pp 47-82, 2008.

Nanostructured materials synthesized using electrochemical techniques
C.P. Oliveira, R.C. Freitas, L.H.C. Mattoso, and E.C. Pereira, NMEC Ch 2, pp 117-186, 2008.

Electrochemical DNA assays
A.M. Oliveira-Brett, BECF Ch 12, pp 411-442, 2008.

Artificial muscles, sensing and multifunctionality (conducting polymers)
T.F. Otero, INMA Ch 6, pp 142-190, 2008.

Biofuel cells
G.T.R. Palmore, BECF Ch 10, pp 359-375, 2008.

Electrochemical sensors based on unidimensional nanostructures
A.C. Pereira, A. Kisner, N. Duran, and L.T. Kubota, NMEC Ch 5, pp 243-265, 2008.

Experimental techniques in photoelectrochemistry
L.M. Peter and H. Tributsch, NPSS Ch 12, pp 675-736, 2008.

Capillary eiectrochromatography and on-line concentration
G. Ping, P. Schmitt-Kopplin, Y. Zhang, and Y. Baba, CEMP Ch 31, pp 751-769, 2008.

Bioelectrosynthesis-electrolysis and electrodialysis
D. Pletcher, BECF Ch 9, pp 327-358, 2008.

Conducting polymers (ionic liquids)
J.M. Pringle, M. Forsyth, and D.R. MacFarlane, EDIL Ch 7, pp 167-211, 2008.

Electrochemical sensors
B.J. Privett, J.H. Shin, and M.H. Schoenfisch, ACAR V 80, pp 4499-4517, 2008.

Electrochemical methods for catalyst activity evaluation (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
Z. Qi, PEME Ch 11, pp 547-607, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence: environmental applications
L. Riddick and W.C. Brumley, CEMP Ch 6, pp 119-134, 2008.

Monitoring rapid chemical communication in the brain
D.L. Robinson, A. Hermans, A.T. Seipel, and R.M. Wightman, CHRE V 108, pp 2554-2584, 2008.

Proton-conducting polymers and membranes carrying phosphonic acid groups (fuel cells)
A.L. Rusanov, P.V. Kostoglodov, M.J.M. Abadie, V.Y. Voytekunas, and D.Y. Likhachev, FCPS V 2, Ch 3, pp 125-155, 2008.

Electrochemistry of redox enzymes
J.F. Rusling, B. Wang, and S.-e. Yun, BECF Ch 2, pp 39-85, 2008.

General considerations to improve performance of CE methods (capillary electrophoresis)
C.E. Sanger-Van De Griend, CEPA Ch 6, pp 132-144, 2008.

Electrochemical study of plant reaction against environmental change
S. Sasaki, NS16 Ch 5, pp 139-157, 2008.

Molecular catalysis of electrochemical reactions. Mechanistic aspects
J.M. Saveant, CHRE V 108, pp 2348-2378, 2008.

Transition metal macrocycles as electrocatalysts for dioxygen reduction
D.A. Scherson, A. Palencsar, Y. Tolmachev, and I. Stefan, AESE V 10, Ch 3, pp 191-288, 2008.

Modern applications of electrochemical technology
M. Schlesinger, MAEC V 42, Ch 6, pp 369-416, 2008.

A semi-empirical approach for a rapid comprehensive evaluation of the electrophoretic behaviors of small molecules in free-zone electrophoresis
P. Schmitt-Kopplin and A. Fekete, CEMP Ch 23, pp 593-609, 2008.

The CE way of thinking: all is relative! (capillary electrophoresis)
P. Schmitt-Kopplin and A. Fekete, CEMP Ch 24, pp 611-629, 2008.

Detection of charged macromolecules by means of field-effect devices (FEDs): possibilities and limitations
M.J. Schoning and A. Poghossian, ESBM Ch 7, pp 187-212, 2008.

Electrodeposition of metals (from ionic liquids)
T. Schubert, S.Z. El Abedin, A.P. Abbott, K.J. McKenzie, K.S. Ryder, and F. Endres, EDIL Ch 4, pp 83-123, 2008.

Fabrication and characterization of functionalized s-layer supported lipid membranes
B. Schuster and U.B. Sleytr, NS16 Ch 4, pp 119-138, 2008.

Separation of peptides by capillary electrophoresis
G.K.E. Scriba and A. Psurek, CEMP Ch 19, pp 483-506, 2008.

Fundamentals in metal-oxide heterogeneous photocatalysis
N. Serpone and A.V. Emeline, NPSS Ch 5, pp 275-392, 2008.

The interferometric investigations of electromembrane processes
V.A. Shaposhnik, V.I. Vasileva, and O.V. Grigorchuk, ACIS V 139, pp 74-82, 2008.

PEM fuel cell catalyst layers and MEAs (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
P.K. Shen, PEME Ch 7, pp 355-380, 2008.

Application of first principles methods in the study of fuel cell air-cathode electrocatalysis (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
Z. Shi, PEME Ch 5, pp 289-329, 2008.

Whole-cell biosensors (bioelectrochemistry)
H. Shiku, K. Nagamine, T. Kaya, T. Yasukawa, and T. Matsue, BECF Ch 7, pp 249-266, 2008.

Technical aspects (electrodeposition from ionic liquids)
D.S. Silvester, E.I. Rogers, R.G. Compton, K.J. McKenzie, K.S. Ryder, F. Endres, D. MacFarlane, and A.P. Abbott, EDIL Ch 11, pp 287-351, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis separation of microorganisms
B.M. Simonet, A. Rios, and M. Valcarcel, CEMP Ch 22, pp 569-590, 2008.

Novel fuel cells and materials
A. Smirnova, MFFC Ch 10, pp 386-424, 2008.

Recyclability and life cycle assessment of fuel cell materials
J. Smith Cooper, MFFC Ch 12, pp 466-482, 2008.

High-temperature PEM fuel cell catalysts and catalyst layers
C. Song, R. Hui, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 18, pp 861-888, 2008.

Electrocatalytic oxygen reduction reaction (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
C. Song and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 2, pp 89-134, 2008.

Performance degradation and failure mechanisms of fuel cell materials
R. Steinberger-Wilckens, J. Mergel, A. Glusen, K. Wippermann, I. Vinke, P. Batfalsky, and M.J. Smith, MFFC Ch 11, pp 425-465, 2008.

Amperometric gas sensors - a review
J.R. Stetter and J. Li, CHRE V 108, pp 352-366, 2008.

Highly ordered anodic porous alumina formation by self-organized anodizing
G.D. Sulka, NMEC Ch 1, pp 1-116, 2008.

Electrodeposition of alloys (from ionic liquids)
I.-W. Sun and P.Y. Chen, EDIL Ch 5, pp 125-146, 2008.

Nanotubes, nanofibers and nanowires as supports for catalysts (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
X. Sun and M.S. Saha, PEME Ch 14, pp 655-714, 2008.

25 years of the scanning tunneling microscopy: 20 years of application of stm in electrochemistry
M. Szklarczyk, M. Strawski, and K. Bienkowski, MAEC V 42, Ch 5, pp 303-368, 2008.

Micellar electrokinetic chromatography
S. Terabe, HCE3 Ch 3, pp 109-133, 2008.

Mathematical models: a general overview (solid oxide fuel cells)
S. Ubertini and R. Bove, MSOF Ch 3, pp 51-93, 2008.

High-performance electrodes for medium-temperature solid oxide fuel cells
H. Uchida and M. Watanabe, MAEC V 42, Ch 2, pp 53-87, 2008.

Electron transfer through molecules and assemblies at electrode surfaces
B. Ulgut and H.D. Abruna, CHRE V 108, pp 2721-2736, 2008.

Adsorbed cationic polymer coatings for enhanced capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry of proteins
S. Ullsten, A. Zuberovic, and J. Bergquist, CEMP Ch 25, pp 631-646, 2008.

In-vivo applications: glocose monitoring, fuel cels (bioelectrochemistry)
P. Vadgama and M. Schoenleber, BECF Ch 13, pp 443-466, 2008.

Template synthesis of magnetic nanowire arrays
S. Valizadeh, M. Stromberg, and M. Stromme, NMEC Ch 4, pp 211-241, 2008.

Tubular cells and stacks (solid oxide fuel cells)
V. Verda and C. Ciano, MSOF Ch 7, pp 207-238, 2008.

Solid state reactions: an electrochemical approach in molten salts
D. Wang, X. Jin, and G.Z. Chen, ARCH V 104C, pp 189-234, 2008.

Aspects of recent development of immunosensors
H. Wang, G. Shen, and R. Yu, ESBM Ch 9, pp 237-260, 2008.

Electrochemical glucose biosensors
J. Wang, CHRE V 108, pp 814-825, 2008.

Electrochemical glucose biosensors
J. Wang, ESBM Ch 3, pp 57-69, 2008.

Free-flow electrophoresis system for proteomics applications
G. Weber and R. Wildgruber, CEMP Ch 28, pp 703-716, 2008.

Analysis of alkaloids in single plant cells by capillary electrophoresis
K. Wieland, B. Thiele, and U. Schurr, CEMP Ch 32, pp 771-782, 2008.

The respiratory enzyme as an electrochemical energy transducer
M. Wikstrom, BIEC Ch 2, pp 25-35, 2008.

Analysis of oligonucleotides using capillary zone electrophoresis and electrospray mass spectrometry
A. Willems, D.L. Deforce, and J. Van Bocxlaer, CEMP Ch 14, pp 401-414, 2008.

Reconstituted redox proteins on surfaces for bioelectronic applications
B. Willner and I. Willner, BIEC Ch 3, pp 37-90, 2008.

In-vivo electrochemistry: what can we learn about living systems?
G.S. Wilson and M.A. Johnson, CHRE V 108, pp 2462-2481, 2008.

Electron tunneling through iron and copper proteins
J.R. Winkler, A.R. Dunn, C.R. Hess, and H.B. Gray, BIEC Ch 1, pp 1-23, 2008.

Thermodynamics of fuel cells (solid oxide fuel cells)
W. Winkler and P. Nehter, MSOF Ch 2, pp 13-50, 2008.

Phenolic biosensors (bioelectrochemistry)
U. Wollenberger, F. Lisdat, A. Rose, and K. Streffer, BECF Ch 6, pp 219-248, 2008.

Polyphosphazene membranes for fuel cells
R. Wycisk and P.N. Pintauro, FCPS V 2, Ch 4, pp 157-183, 2008.

Catalyst layer composition optimization (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
W. Xing, PEME Ch 22, pp 1003-1040, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis of oxidative DNA damage
G. Xu, X. Shi, S. Mei, Q. Yao, Q. Weng, and C. Wu, CEMP Ch 16, pp 431-440, 2008.

Capillary electrophoresis of gene mutation
G. Xu, X. Shi, C. Zhao, K. Yuan, Q. Weng, P. Gao, and J. Tian, CEMP Ch 17, pp 441-455, 2008.

Integrated numerical modeling of SOFCs: mechanical properties and stress analysis (solid oxide fuel cells)
H. Yakabe, MSOF Ch 10, pp 323-395, 2008.

Electrochemical immunoassays
J. Yakovleva and J. Emneus, BECF Ch 11, pp 377-410, 2008.

Structural and morphological features of acid-bearing polymers for PEM fuel cells
Y. Yang, A. Siu, T.J. Peckham, and S. Holdcroft, FCPS V 1, Ch 3, pp 55-126, 2008.

Recent advances in metallic interconnects for solid oxide fuel cells
Z.G. Yang, IMAR V 53, pp 39-54, 2008.

CO-tolerant catalysts (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
S. Ye, PEME Ch 16, pp 759-834, 2008.

Reversal-tolerant catalyst layers (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
S. Ye, PEME Ch 17, pp 835-860, 2008.

Modern strategies in electroorganic synthesis
J. Yoshida, K. Kataoka, R. Horcajada, and A. Nagaki, CHRE V 108, pp 2265-2299, 2008.

Perfluorinated ionic polymers for PEFCs (including supported PFSA) (fuel cells)
M. Yoshitake and A. Watakabe, FCPS V 1, Ch 4, pp 127-155, 2008.

PEM fuel cell fundamentals (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
X.-Z. Yuan and H. Wang, PEME Ch 1, pp 1-87, 2008.

On-column ligand/receptor derivatization coupled to affinity capillary electrophoresis
J. Zavaleta, D. Chinchilla, A. Gomez, C. Silverio, M. Azad, and F.A. Gomez, CEMP Ch 26, pp 647-660, 2008.

Determination of small ions with capillary electrophoresis and contactless conductivity detection
A. Zemann, I. Rohregger, and R, Zitturi, CEMP Ch 1, pp 3-19, 2008.

Conventional catalyst ink, catalyst layer and MEA preparation (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
H. Zhang, X. Wang, J. Zhang, and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 19, pp 889-916, 2008.

Charge transfer and interfacial bioelectrochemistry at the nanoscale and single-molecule levels
J. Zhang, T. Albrecht, Q. Chi, A.M. Kuznetsov, and J. Ulstrup, BIEC Ch 8, pp 249-302, 2008.

Catalyst layer/MEA performance evaluation (polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cells)
J. Zhang and J. Zhang, PEME Ch 21, pp 965-1002, 2008.

Single-molecule electron transfer in electrochemical environments
J.D. Zhang, A.M. Kuznetsov, I.G. Medvedev, Q.J. Chi, T. Albrecht, P.S. Jensen, and J. Ulstrup, CHRE V 108, pp 2737-2791, 2008.

Nitric oxide (NO) electrochemical sensors
X. Zhang, ESBM Ch 1, pp 1-29, 2008.

Microelectrodes for in-vivo determination of pH
O.D. Zhou, ESBM Ch 10, pp 261-305, 2008.


2009

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Elementary kinetic modeling of solid oxide fuel cell electrode reactions
S.B. Adler and W.G. Bessler, HBFC V 5, Ch 29, pp 441-462, 2009.

Electrocatalytic modified electrodes with transition metal azamacrocyc1es and other complexes for the detection of sulfur and nitrogen oxoanions
M.J. Aguirre, Y.-y. Chen, G. Ramirez, M. Isaacs, F. Isaacs. and W. Cheuquepan, NS08 Ch 12, pp 341-419, 2009.

Platinum monolayer oxygen reduction electrocatalysts
R.R. Adzic and F.H.B. Lima, HBFC V 5, Ch 1, pp 5-17, 2009.

Intermediate-temperature solid oxide fuel cells using LaGaO3
T. Akbay, PSOF Ch 9, pp 183-203, 2009.

CFD models for analysis and design of ambient air-breathing PEM fuel cells
M.A.R.S. Al-Baghdadi, NS08 Ch 4, pp 123-165, 2009.

Proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) flow-field design for improved water management
J.S. Allen, S.Y. Son, and S.H. Collicott, HBFC V 6, Ch 46, pp 687-698, 2009.

Catalyst layer operation in pem fuel cells: from structural pictures to tractable models
B. Andreaus and M. Eikerling, DMFC Ch 2, pp 41-90, 2009.

Blue native-gel electrophoresis proteomics
K. Andringa, A. King, and S. Bailey, TEPP Ch 15, pp 241-258, 2009.

Recent advances in nano-structrured metal oxides based electrochemical biosensors for clinical diagnostics
A.A. Ansari, P.R. Solanki, A. Kaushik, and B.D. Malhotra, NS17 Ch 7, pp 213-237, 2009.

Platinum alloys as anode catalysts for direct methanol fuel cells
E. Antolini, EMFC Ch 6, pp 227-255, 2009.

Direct methanol fuel cells: history, status and perspectives
A.S. Arico, V. Baglio, and V. Antonucci, EMFC Ch 1, pp 1-78, 2009.

Lithium insertion materials having spinel-framework structure for advanced batteries
K. Ariyoshi, Y. Makimura, and T. Ohzuku, LIRB Ch 2, pp 11-38, 2009.

Cost estimates for electrokinetic remediation
C.J. Athmer, ECRT Ch 27, pp 583-587, 2009.

Field studies: organic-contaminated soil remediation with lasagna technology
C.J. Athmer and S.V. Ho, ECRT Ch 30, pp 625-646, 2009.

Mechanical stability (fuel cells)
A. Atkinson and A.J. Marquis, HBFC V 5, Ch 30, pp 463-474, 2009.

Alkali metal cation and proton conductors: relationships between composition, crystal structure, and properties (solid·state electrochemistry)
M. Avdeev, V.B. Nalbandyan, and I.L. Shukaev, SSEL V 1, Ch 7, pp 227-278, 2009.

Development of LiCoO2 used for rechargeable lithium-ion battery
H. Awano, LBSA Ch 15, pp 299-313, 2009.

Electrokinetic removal of nitrate and fluoride
K. Baek and J.-S. Yang, ECRT Ch 6, pp 141-148, 2009.

Raman investigation of cathode materials for lithium batteries
R. Baddour-Hadjean and J.-P. Pereira-Ramos, LIRB Ch 6, pp 103-162, 2009.

Nanostructured electrocatalyst synthesis: fundamental and methods
N.C. Bagkar, H.M. Chen, H. Parab, and R.-S. Liu, EMFC Ch 2, pp 79-114, 2009.

Reactivity of bimetallic nanoclusters toward the oxygen reduction in acid medium
P.B. Balbuena, Y. Wang, E.J. Lamas, S.R. Calvo, L.A. Agapito, and J.M. Seminario, DMFC Ch 17, pp 509-532, 2009.

Electrophoresis in strong electric fields
S. Barany, ACIS V 147-48, pp 36-43, 2009.

Enzyme catalysis in biological fuel cells
S.C. Barton, HBFC V 5, Ch 8, pp 112-130, 2009.

Towards an understanding of induced-charge electrokinetics at large applied voltages in concentrated solutions
M.Z. Bazant, M.S. Kilic, B.D. Storey, and A. Ajdari, ACIS V 152, pp 48-88, 2009.

Influence of coupled electrokinetic-phytoremediation on soil remediation
M.C.L. Bedmar, A. Perez-Sanz, M.J. Martinez-Inigo, and A.P. Benito, ECRT Ch 20, pp 417-437, 2009.

Enzymatic biofuel cells
M.C. Beilke, T.L. Klotzbach, B.L. Treu, D. Sokic-Lazic, J. Wildrick, E.R. Amend, L.M. Gebhart, R.L. Arechederra, M.N. Germain, M.J. Moehlenbrock, Sudhanshu, and S.D. Minteer, MIFC Ch 5, pp 179-241, 2009.

Methanol permeation through proton exchange membranes of DMFCs
M. Bello, S.M.J. Zaidi, and S.U. Rahman, PMFC Ch 15, pp 361-384, 2009.

Reactor dynamics of PEM fuel cells
J. Benziger, DMFC Ch 3, pp 1-122, 2009.

Gaskets: important durability issues (polymer electrolyte fuel cells)
R. Bieringer, M. Adler, S. Geiss, and M. Viol, PEFD pp 271-281, 2009.

Electrocatalysis in other direct liquid fuel cells (not methanol)
S.L. Blair and W.L.(Simon) Law, EMFC Ch 14, pp 527-566, 2009.

Design requirements for bipolar plates and stack hardware for durable operation (polymer electrolyte fuel cell)
F. Blank, PEFD pp 419-430, 2009.

Nanotechnology related to electrocatalysis for energy conversion and environmental processes
C. Bock, B. MacDougall, and H. Halvorsen, HENT V 1, Ch 2, pp 31-59, 2009.

Wet chemical approaches for chemical functionalization of semiconductor nanostructures
R. Boukherroub and S. Szunerits, ECNS pp 183-248, 2009.

Metalloporphyrin catalysts of oxygen reduction
R. Boulatov, FCSS Ch 18, pp 637-693, 2009.

Nanobioelectrochemistry
A.M.O. Brett, ECNS pp 407-433, 2009.

Electro-Fenton process and related electrochemical technologies based on Fenton's reaction chemistry
E. Brillas, I. Sires, and M.A. Oturan, CHRE V 109, pp 6570-6631, 2009.

Heterogeneous cell ageing in polymer electrolyte fuel cell stacks
F.N. Buchi, PEFD pp 431-439, 2009.

Durable sealing concepts with glass sealants or compression seals (fuel cells)
H.P. Buchkremer and R. Conradt, HBFC V 5, Ch 39, pp 579-590, 2009.

Structure, electrochemistry and applications of self-assembled monolayers of thiols
M. Buck, AESE V 11, Ch 5, pp 197-255, 2009.

Modelling of electrodeposition bath using the flow analysis technique
T.B. Budak, I. Koyuncu, G. Akcin, and H. Afsar, RACH V 28, pp 1-9, 2009.

Electrochemistry, nanomaterials, and nanostructures
P.R. Bueno and C. Gabrielli, NMEE pp 81-150, 2009.

Electrochemistry of electroactive surface-immobilized nanoparticles
D.A. Buttry, AESE V 11, Ch 4, pp 169-196, 2009.

Factors limiting the low-temperature operation of SOFCs
J.D. Carter, T.A. Cruse, B.J. Ingram, and M. Krumpelt, HBFC V 5, Ch 31, pp 477-488, 2009.

Electrode degradation mechanisms studies by current distribution measurements (fuel cells)
R.N. Carter, W. Gu, B. Brady, P.T. Yu, K. Subramanian, and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 6, Ch 56, pp 829-843, 2009.

Ion-conducting nanocrystals: theory, methods, and applications
A.V. Chadwick and S.L.P. Savin, SSEL V 1, Ch 4, pp 70-132, 2009.

Near-field optics for heat-assisted magnetic recording (experiment, theory, and modeling)
W.A. Challener and A.V. Itagi, MAEC V 44, Ch 2, pp 53-111, 2009.

Electrochemical detection of neurotransmitters at structurally small electrodes
S. Chandra and D.K.Y Wong, NS17 Ch 12, pp 317-337, 2009.

Critical issues in the commercialization of DMFC and role of membranes
H. Chang, H. Kim, Y.S. Choi, and W. Lee, PMFC Ch 13, pp 307-339, 2009.

Electron microscopy to study membrane electrode assembly (MEA) materials and structure degradation (fuel cells)
M. Chatenet, L. Guetaz, and F. Maillard, HBFC V 6, Ch 57, pp 844-860, 2009.

Electronic conductivity of nanoparticle solid thin films
S. Chen, HENT V 1, Ch 9, pp 201-218, 2009.

Anodes (solid oxide fuel cells)
Z. Cheng, J.-H. Wang, and M. Liu, SFMP Ch 2, pp 73-129, 2009.

Defect equilibria in solids and related properties: an introduction
V.A. Cherepanov, A.N. Petrov, and A.Y. Zuev, SSEL V 1, Ch 3, pp 43-78, 2009.

Air-breathing direct methanol fuel cells with catalysed titanium mesh electrodes
R. Chetty and K. Scott, NS08 Ch 6, pp 193-203, 2009.

Overcharge behavior of metal oxide-coated cathode materials (lithium-ion battery)
J. Cho, B. Park, and Y.-k. Sun, LBSA Ch 10, pp 207-239, 2009.

Coupled electrokinetic prb for remediation of metals in groundwater
H.I. Chung and M.H. Lee, ECRT Ch 31, pp 647-659, 2009.

Clues for the molecular-level understanding of electrocatalysis on single-crystal platinum surfaces modified by p-block adatoms
V. Climent, N. Garda-Artiez, and J.M. Feliu, FCSS Ch 7, pp 209-244, 2009.

Design and development of highly sulfonated polymers as proton exchange membranes for high temperature fuel cell applications
T.D. Dang, Z. Bai, and M. Yoonessi, PMFC Ch 6, pp 115-157, 2009.

Synthesis of polymer electrolyte membrane for fuel cell applications
S.K. Das, NS08 Ch 1, pp 1-32, 2009.

Glucose biosensors - recent advances in the field of diabetes management
F. Davis and S.P.J. Higson, MIFC Ch 6, pp 243-292, 2009.

Electrokinetic treatment of contaminated marine sediments
G. De Gioannis, A. Muntoni, A. Polettini, and R. Pomi, ECRT Ch 7, pp 149-177, 2009.

Metal electrocatalysts for direct liquid-feed fuel cells
U.B. Demirci, NS08 Ch 7, pp 205-238, 2009.

Development of metal alloy anodes (lithium-ion battery)
N. Dimov, LBSA Ch 11, pp 241-265, 2009.

Physicochemical characterization of passive films and corrosion layers by differential admittance and photocurrent spectroscopy
F. Di Quarto, F. La Mantia, and M. Santamaria, MAEC V 46, Ch 4, pp 231-316, 2009.

Direct writing techniques: electron beam and focused ion beam
T. Djenizian and C. Lehrer, ECNS pp 139-181, 2009.

Inorganic nanoparticle modified surfaces for electrochemical and biosensing applications
S. Dong and W. Cheng, HENT V 2, Ch 3, pp 67-93, 2009.

Vanadium oxide aerogels: enbanced energy storage in nanostructured materials
W. Dong and B. Dunn, NMEE pp 185-199, 2009.

High precision atomic theory: tests of fundamental understanding
G.W.F Drake, Q. Wu, and Z. Zhong, MAEC V 43, Ch 2, pp 33-66, 2009.

The electrified liquid-liquid interface
R.A.W. Dryfe, ACHP V 141, pp 153-215, 2009.

Performance and durability of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell operating with reformate: effects of CO, CO2, and other trace impurities
B. Du, R. Pollard, J.F. Elter, and M. Ramani, PEFD pp 341-366, 2009.

Electrochemical materials for PEM fuel cells: insights from physical theory and simulation
M.H. Eikerling and K. Malek, MAEC V 43, Ch 5, pp 169-247, 2009.

Electrokinetic remediation of mixed metals and organic contaminants
M. Elektorowicz, ECRT Ch 15, pp 315-331, 2009.

Atomistic structural modelling of ionomer membrane morphology
J.A. Elliott, DMFC Ch 13, pp 413-436, 2009.

Highly durable PFSA membranes (fuel cells)
E. Endoh, HBFC V 5, Ch 24, pp 361-374, 2009.

Improvement of membrane and membrane electrode assembly durability (polymer electrolyte fuel cells)
E. Endoh and S. Hommura, PEFD pp 119-132, 2009.

New silver ion-selective PVC membrane and coated-graphite electrodes based on a novel calix(4)arene derivative
S. Erol, A.D. Ozel, M. Yilmaz, and E. Kilic, RACH V 28, pp 27-49, 2009.

Electrochemistry on carbon-nanotube-modified surfaces
M.J. Esplandiu, AESE V 11, Ch 3, pp 117-168, 2009.

Applications of the maximum likelihood technique to certain electrochemical observations
T.Z. Fahidy, NS15 Ch 2, pp 65-81, 2009.

Nonparametric ANOVA-based diagnostics of electrochemical-electroanalytical measurements: an introduction
T.Z. Fahidy, NS15 Ch 6, pp 143-161, 2009.

Electrochemical sensors: fundamentals, key materials, and applications (solid·state electrochemistry)
J.W. Fergus, SSEL V 1, Ch 13, pp 427-491, 2009.

Coupled proton and water transport in polymer electrolyte membranes
J. Fimrite, B. Carnes, H. Struchtrup, and N. Djilali, DMFC Ch 4, pp 123-155, 2009.

Electrogenerated chemiluminescence
R.J. Forster, P. Bertoncello, and T.E. Keyes, ARAC V 2, pp 359-385, 2009.

High·temperature applications of solid electrolytes: fuel cells, pumping, and conversion
J. Fouletier and V. Ghetta, SSEL V 1, Ch 12, pp 397-426, 2009.

Design approaches for determining local current and membrane resistance in polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs)
S.A. Freunberger, M. Reum, and F.N. Buchi, HBFC V 6, Ch 41, pp 603-615, 2009.

Field experience with molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFCs) and solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) with an emphasis on degradation
H. Frey, A. Kessler, W. Munch, M. Edel, and V. Nerlich, HBFC V 6, Ch 68, pp 992-1001, 2009.

Modeling of two-phase flow and catalytic reaction kinetics for DMFCs
J. Fuhrmann and K. Gartner, DMFC Ch 8, pp 297-316, 2009.

Roles of metal ions in controlling bioinspired electron-transfer systems: metal ion-coupled electron transfer
S. Fukuzumi, PICH V 56, Ch 2, pp 49-153, 2009.

AC-electrogravimetry investigation in electroactive thin films
C. Gabrielli and H. Perrot, MAEC V 44, Ch 5, pp 151-238, 2009.

Carbon-support corrosion mechanisms and models (fuel cells)
K.G. Gallagher, R.M. Darling, and T.F. Fuller, HBFC V 6, Ch 55, pp 819-828, 2009.

Morphology of Nafion membranes: microscopic and mesoscopic modeling
D. Galperin, P.G. Khalatur, and A.R. Khokhlov, DMFC Ch 15, pp 453-482, 2009.

Time to move beyond transition metal-N-C catalysts for oxygen reduction
A. Garsuch, A. Bonakdarpouri, G. Liu, R. Yang, and J.R. Dahn, HBFC V 5, Ch 5, pp 71-80, 2009.

Effects of contaminants on catalyst activity (fuel cells)
F.H. Garzon and F.A. Uribe, HBFC V 5, Ch 17, pp 264-278, 2009.

Colloidal structure of ionomer solutions (fuel cells)
G. Gebel, HBFC V 5, Ch 22, pp 337-344, 2009.

Monte Carlo simulations of the underpotential deposition of metal layers on metallic substrates: phase transitions and critical phenomena
M.C. Gimenez, E.P.M. Leiva, and E. Albano, MAEC V 44, Ch 6, pp 239-287, 2009.

Nanostructured electrodes with unique properties for biological and other applications
J.J. Gooding, L.M.H. Lai, and I.Y. Goon, AESE V 11, Ch 1, pp 1-56, 2009.

Modified tafel equation for electroless metal deposition
L. Gorker and V. Dimitrov, PRRK V 34, pp 127-140, 2009.

Design concepts and durability challenges for mini fuel cells
S. Gottesfeld, HBFC V 6, Ch 51, pp 762-778, 2009.

Electrocatalysis of oxygen reduction in polymer electrolyte fuel cells: a brief history and a critical examination of present theory and diagnostics
S. Gottesfeld, FCSS Ch 1, pp 1-30, 2009.

Electrochemistry of biomolecules at nanomaterial-modified electrodes
R.N. Goyal and A. Tyagi, HENT V 2, Ch 7, pp 145-188, 2009.

Recent applications of nanoscale materials: solar cells
M. Gratzel, NMEE pp 1-31, 2009.

Modeling the impact of cation contamination in a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
T.A. Greszler, T.E. Moylan, and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 6, Ch 49, pp 728-748, 2009.

Design rules for the improvement of the performance of hydrocarbon-based membranes for proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC)
M. Gross, G. Maier, T. Fuller, S. MacKinnon, and C. Gittleman, HBFC V 5, Ch 18,

pp 283-299, 2009. Proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) down-the-channel performance model
W. Gu, D.R. Baker, Y. Liu, and H.A. Gasteiger, HBFC V 6, Ch 43, pp 631-657, 2009.

Radiation-grafted proton conducting membranes (fuel cells)
L. Gubler and G.G. Scherer, HBFC V 5, Ch 20, pp 313-321, 2009.

Durability of radiation-grafted fuel cell membranes (polymer electrolyte fuel cells)
L. Gubler and G.G. Scherer, PEFD pp 133-155, 2009.

Sulfur poisoning on Ni catalyst and anodes (fuel cells)
J.B. Hansen and J. Rostrup-Nielsen, HBFC V 6, Ch 65, pp 957-969, 2009.

New high-temperature proton conductors for fuel cells and gas separation membranes
R. Haugsrud, HBFC V 5, Ch 33, pp 505-516, 2009.

Support and particle size effects in electrocatalysis
B.E. Hayden and J.-P. Suchsland, FCSS Ch 16, pp 567-592, 2009.

Topics in the mathematical modeling of localized corrosion
K.R. Hebert and B. Tribollet, MAEC V 44, Ch 7, pp 289-340, 2009.

Reaction pathway analysis and reaction intermediate detection via simultaneous differential electrochemical mass spectrometry (DEMS) and attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (ATR-FTIRS)
M. Heinen, Z. Jusys, and R.J. Behm, HBFC V 5, Ch 12, pp 183-214, 2009.

Nanotechnology for fuel cells
A. Heinzel and U. Kunig, NMEE pp 151-183, 2009.

Solid-state electrochemical reactions of electroactive microparticles and nanoparticles in a liquid electrolyte environment
M. Hermes and F. Scholz, SSEL V 1, Ch 6, pp 179-226, 2009.

Application of accelerated testing and statistical lifetime modeling to membrane electrode assembly development (polymer electrolyte fuel cells)
M. Hicks and D. Pierpont, PEFD pp 385-396, 2009.

Electrokinetic stabilization of chromium(VI)-contaminated soils
L. Hopkinson, A. Cundy, D. Faulkner, A. Hansen, and R. Pollock, ECRT Ch 8, pp 179-193, 2009.

HEV application (lithium-ion battery)
T. Horiba, LBSA Ch 12, pp 267-273, 2009.

Research and development work on advanced lithium-ion batteries for high-performance environmental vehicles
H. Horie, LIRB Ch 11, pp 313-327, 2009.

LaCrO3-based perovskite for SOFC interconnects
T. Horita, PSOF Ch 15, pp 285-296, 2009.

The effect of structurally well-defined Pt modification on the electrochemical and electrocatalytic properties of Ru(0001) electrodes
H.E. Hoster and R.J. Behm, FCSS Ch 14, pp 465-505, 2009.

Anodic Ti02: fabrication, current applications and future perspectives
H. Huang, G. Zhang, H. Liang, and L. Zhou, NS17 Ch 9, pp 261-284, 2009.

Superionic materials: structural aspects (solid·state electrochemistry)
S. Hull, SSEL V 1, Ch 2, pp 15-41, 2009.

Thermal and mechanical properties of fuel cell polymeric membranes: structure-property relationships
I.A. Hussein and S.M.J. Zaidi, PMFC Ch 10, pp 235-252, 2009.

Membrane and catalyst performance targets for automotive fuel cells
A. Iiyama, K. Shinohara, S. Iguchi, and A. Daimaru, HBFC V 6, Ch 61, pp 905-915, 2009.

Conducting solids: in the search for multivalent cation transport
N. Imanaka and S. Tamura, SSEL V 1, Ch 8, pp 279-300, 2009.

Chemical degradation of perfluorinated sulfonic acid membranes (polymer electrolyte fuel cells)
M. Inaba, PEFD pp 57-69, 2009.

Factors influencing ionomer degradation (fuel cells)
M. Inaba and H. Yamada, HBFC V 5, Ch 25, pp 375-384, 2009.

Perovskite oxide anodes for SOFCs
J.T.S. Irvine, PSOF Ch 8, pp 167-182, 2009.

Structure and properties of perovskite oxides
T. Ishihara, PSOF Ch 1, pp 1-16, 2009.

Oxide ion conductivity in perovskite oxide for SOFC electrolyte
T. Ishihara PSOF Ch 4, pp 65-93, 2009.

Fuel cell technology review
A.F. Ismail, R. Nairn, and N.A. Zubir, PMFC Ch 3, pp 27-49, 2009.

Intermediate-temperature SOFCs using proton-conducting perovskite
N. Ito, PSOF Ch 14, pp 273-283, 2009.

Direct three-dimensional visualization and morphological analysis of Pt particles supported on carbon by transmission electron microtomography (fuel cells)
T. Ito, V. Matsuwaki, Y. Otsuka, G. Katagiri, M. Kato, K. Matsubara, Y. Aoyama, and H. Jinnai, HBFC V 6, Ch 40, pp 595-602, 2009.

Methane reforming kinetics, carbon deposition, and redox durability of Ni/8 yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) anodes (fuel cells)
E. Ivers-Tiffee, H. Timmermann, A. Leonide, N.H. Menzler, and J. Malzbender, HBFC V 6, Ch 64, pp 933-956, 2009.

Ionic conduction in perovskite-type compounds
H. Iwahara, PSOF Ch 3, pp 45-63, 2009.

Mechanistic aspects of carbon monoxide oxidation
T. Iwasita and E.G. Ciapina, HBFC V 5, Ch 14, pp 224-239, 2009.

Ab initio atomistic thermodynamics for fuel cell catalysis
T. Jacob, FCSS Ch 5, pp 129-158, 2009.

First-principles simulation of the active sites and reaction environment in electrocatalysis
M.J. Janik, S.A. Wasileski, C.D. Taylor, and M. Neurock, FCSS Ch 4, pp 93-128, 2009.

Electrochemical, microscopic and surface analytical studies of amorphous and nanocrystalline alloys
M. Janik-Czachor and M. Pisarek, MAEC V 46, Ch 3, pp 175-230, 2009.

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy as diagnostic tool (fuel cells)
S.H. Jensen, J. Hjelm, A. Hagen, and M. Mogensen, HBFC V 6, Ch 53, pp 792-804, 2009.

Cathodes (solid oxide fuel cells)
S.P. Jiang and J. Li, SFMP Ch 3, pp 131-177, 2009.

Combinatorial and high throughput screening of DMFC electrocatalysts
R. Jiang and D. Chu, EMFC Ch 4, pp 165-195, 2009.

Dispersed and agglomerated nanoparticles: synthesis and anomalous infrared properties
Y.-X. Jiang, H.-G. Liao, and S.-G. Sun, HENT V 1, Ch 6, pp 123-143, 2009.

Transition metal/polymer catalysts for O2 reduction
C.M. Johnston, P. Piela, and P. Zelenay, HBFC V 5, Ch 4, pp