2 edition of Ring-disc electrodes found in the catalog.
Wyndham John Albery
|Series||Oxford science research papers|
|Contributions||Hitchman, Michael L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 175 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
The use of ring-disc electrodes enables the detection of metacresol, resorcinol, orcinol, phloroglucinol and pyrogallol at concentrations down to 10−7 M and generally the titration of these compounds with an accuracy of a few percents when the concentrations are larger than about 5 × 10−6 M. Phenol, ortho- and para-cresol can be titrated at concentrations larger than Cited by: 7. respects, this is the best book on the subject of electrode kinetics. It can be quite mathematical, but otherwise it provides a lucid and user-friendly approach to this subject. Albery, W. J. and Hitchman M. L., Ring-Disc Electrodes, Oxford University Press, Oxford, This now-classic book describes one of the most.
Wyndham John Albery has written: 'Ring-disc electrodes [by] W.J. Albery and M.L. Hitchman' -- subject(s): Electrochemistry, Electrodes Asked in The . carriers in semiconductor electrodes and colloidal suspensions. His delightful book (with M.L. Hitchman) on ‘Ring-Disc Electrodes’ also left a profound impression on me during my formative years of grappling with the mysteries of electrochemical systems, as did his extensive studies on.
The topics covered include the following: * Simple emf measurements with cells * Equilibrium and dynamic measurements * Polarography * Cyclic voltammetry * Rotated disc, ring-disc and wall-jet electrodes * In situ spectroelectrochemistry measurements * Impedance analysis * Preparation of electrodes * Data processing The book also contains a. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): , I have keenly followed his seminal contributions to our current state of knowledge on the transport and kinetics of photogenerated charge carriers in semiconductor electrodes and colloidal suspensions. His delightful book (with M.L. Hitchman) on ‘Ring-Disc Electrodes ’ also left a profound .
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Ring-disc electrodes. [Wyndham John Albery; Michael L Hitchman] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wyndham John Albery; Michael L Hitchman. Find more information about: ISBN: A rotating ring-disc electrode (RRDE) is a double working electrode used in hydrodynamic voltammetry, very similar to a rotating disk electrode (RDE).
The electrode rotates during experiments inducing a flux of analyte to the electrode. This system used in electrochemical studies when investigating reaction mechanisms related to redox chemistry and other.
: Ring-Disc Electrodes: Ex-library w/usual stamps & stickers. Faint moisture stain along bottom edge of first 12 pages, else text clean; binding tight; moderate wear to covers. pages. Illustrated. "Describes the theory and application of the ring-disc electrode system to a wide variety of problems in electrochemistry, kinetics, and analytical chemistry.".
Ring-disc electrodes (Oxford science research papers) [Albery, Wyndham John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ring-disc electrodes (Oxford science research papers)Cited by: Albery, W. J.; Hitchman, M. Ring-Disc Electrodes Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, The overall flow pattern at the RRDE initially brings molecules and ions to the disk electrode.
After encountering the disk electrode, the subsequent outward radial flow carries a fraction of these molecules or ions past the surface of the ring.
Instrumental Methods in Electrochemistry. Book • Authors: D. PLETCHER, R. GREFF, J. ROBINSON. Browse book content. Select 4 - Convective diffusion systems – the rotating disc and ring-disc electrodes. Book chapter Full text access. 4 - Convective diffusion systems – the rotating disc and ring-disc electrodes.
Commercially available rotating ring-disk electrode from ALS. Here GC represents the glassy carbon. 4 Ring-disc electrodes book color version of this figure, the reader is referred to the online version of this book.) It has been recognized that the RRDE is an important tool for characterizing the fundamental properties of ORR by: 4.
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Important advances in a subject are as often promoted by a new technique as by new concepts and theories. In the study of electrode reactions which involve diffusion in a primary or a secondary step, the development and use of techniques involving rotating disc electrodes and derived instrumentation based on ring-disc and split-ring systems has enabled advances of Cited by: Ring-disc electrodes Wyndham John Albery Not In Library.
Read. Not In Library. Processing of poly-Si electrodes for charge-coupled devices John W Sherohman Calif.), 1 book Kékedy, László., 1 book Symposium on Electrode Materials and Processes for Energy Conversion and Storage (2nd Philadelphia. A fundamental parameter for a ring disc electrode is N, the collection exact solution for N is derived by rigorously solving the convective diffusion equation with the proper boundary conditions.
Experimental results obtained on six different electrodes are in excellent agreement with the predicted values of new theory is compared with an earlier approximate Cited by: Important advances in a subject are as often promoted by a new technique as by new concepts and theories.
In the study of electrode reactions which involve diffusion in a primary or a secondary step, the development and use of techniques involving rotating disc electrodes and derived instrumentation based on ring-disc and split-ring systems has enabled advances of.
Hitherto the theory of transfer from the disc to the ring of a ring-disc electrode has only been approximate. A new approach involving Laplace transformations and Airy functions is described. General relations are derived from the basic differential equation which will be applied in subsequent papers to particularCited by: Download Citation | ECS Classics: Historical Origins of the Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode | Fifty years ago, the Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode (RRDE), originally developed in Russia during the Author: F.
Dalton. The rotating ring-disc electrode allows the testing of end products and intermediates of electrochemical reactions. It consists of a central disc electrode and a concentric ring electrode.
Both electrodes lie within one plane on the abutting face of a cylinder and are connected mechanically by a thin, electric isolating coat. The system allows a good controlling of the.
A variety of generator-collector systems are reviewed, from the original rotating ring-disc electrodes developed in the s, to very recent developments using new geometries and microelectrodes. A rotating disk electrode (RDE) is a hydrodynamic working electrode used in a three electrode system.
The electrode rotates during experiments inducing a flux of analyte to the electrode. These working electrodes are used in electrochemical studies when investigating reaction mechanisms related to redox chemistry, among other chemical phenomena. The more.
Albery, W. & Hitchman, Michael L. Ring-disc electrodes [by] W. Albery and M. Hitchman Clarendon Press Oxford Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. * Rotated disc, ring-disc and wall-jet electrodes * In situ spectroelectrochemistry measurements * Impedance analysis * Preparation of electrodes * Data processing The book also contains a comprehensive bibliography and details of web-based resources.
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Hitchman. The reduction of Hg(II) at a glassy-carbon electrode in nitrate, perchlorate and sulphate solutions at various pH values has been studied by rotating ring-disk voltammetry and linear sweep voltammetry.
The reduction proceeds directly to metallic mercury in a single step, with the take-up of two electrons. However, at the foot of the wave and only during the first Cited by: 1.Instrumental methods in electrochemistry. [Southampton Electrochemistry Group.;] this book underlines the fundamentals of electrochemistry essential to the understanding of laboratory experiments.
Convective diffusion systems --the rotating disc and ring-disc electrodes The electrical double layer Electrocatalytic studies were conducted using an assembly comprised of two electrodes, the rotating ring disc electrode system (Figure 3).
In such an arrangement, the disc electrode where the model is immobilized is surrounded by a platinum ring electrode.