Written as an introductory reference for students and professionals in the field of electrochemistry, who do not hold the prerequisite of a specialized technical education, this book uses a simple and clear approach to the study of the field. Through a focus on basic topics, this book provides an infrastructure of electrochemical knowledge useful to the study as well as to the application of electrochemistry in any specialized branches. The reference includes minimal math with a logical, thematic approach that builds on each previous chapter. The author offers problems and answers, modern examples, case studies and other opportunities for additional learning.
Simple electrochemical experiment
Interpreting the results of the simple electrochemical experiment
Understand electrical conduction in aqueous solutions
Demystifying electrochemical reactions
Equilibrium electrode potentials
Electrochemical reaction tendency: polarization
The pH electrode
Corrosion processes and control
Dr. Leibovitz worked at the Hewlett-Packard Company and at Agilent Technologies in the Electronic Packaging group and in the Reliability Physics group of the Integrated Circuit Business Division.