Electrocatalysis: Computational, Experimental, and Industrial Aspects

1st Edition

Carlos Fernando Zinola

CRC Press
December 20, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 664 Pages
ISBN 9780367384364 - CAT# K450336

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Summary

Electrocatalysis applications are employed in a large number of industries worldwide, ranging from old technologies such as galvanoplasty to the most up-to-date deployments involving ultracapacitators. Recognizing electrocatalysis as a useful interfacial approach to a dynamic interdisciplinary science, Electrocatalysis: Computational, Experimental, and Industrial Aspects focuses on important developments in the field that are the most relevant to new technologies.





Gathering the experiences of a collection of experts who have worked on the basic principles of electrocatalysis as it applies to theoretical physics and theoretical chemistry, the book gives readers a clear view of the problems inside electrocatalytic reactions, presenting both the limitations of electrocatalysis in the laboratory along with its possibilities in industry.





Topics discussed include:









  • The current uses of electrocatalysis


  • Future perspectives on the field


  • Surface physical properties and surface relaxation on noble and non-noble surfaces


  • The quantum nature of the electron transfer


  • Müller-Calandra, Srinivasan-Gileadi, and instantaneous nucleation-growth overlap models


  • The production, storage, use, and delivery of hydrogen in industrial electrochemistry


  • Theoretical approaches to current distribution on rough surfaces


  • The use of microradiology to study electrodeposition


  • Principles of electrochemical engineering, fuel cell reactors, and electrocatalytic reactor design


  • Electrocatalysis of electroless plating


  • Fundamental aspects of the corrosion of metals






The book reviews four main electrochemical processes (hydrogen production, oxygen electrochemistry, energy conversion/production, and fine electroplating). Surface modified non-noble metal substrates and natural minerals as well as noble

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