The authors include not only derivations of various impedance functions for electrochemical systems but also particularly useful discussions of instrumental methods. The authors close with an interesting claim: "the distribution of current and potential within a porous battery or fuel-cell electrode and within 'flow-through' electrodes is best analyzed in terms of the frequency dispersion of the impedance.
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The formation of different shapes of dendrites of lead during the electrodeposition is further attributed to the composition of the electrolytes used in the experiments. The primary type of dendrites is produced from the simple electrolytes, while the secondary type is formed from complexed solutions. Electrodeposition of lead is not widely used, but remains of interest partly as a corrosion-protective coating, and partly for new-generation lead-acid batteries.
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Ceramic coatings may be useful as anticorrosion surfaces or in biomedical applications as implants. The effects of electrodeposition parameters on thickness, morphology, and structure of the deposited ceramic coatings are well covered in this chapter. Various instrumental techniques for characterizing the properties of electrodeposited ceramic coatings are also detailed. Chapter 4 by Tsui and Zangari reviews the fundamentals of the electrodeposition of metal oxides for the energy conversion and storage technologies.
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Electrochemical growth of oxide materials and methods to modify their composition, surface morphology, and crystal structure in relation to the applications for the energy conversion are discussed. While there are many hundreds of studies on the anodization of aluminum, little attention has been paid to the occurrence of so-called galvanoluminescence, an emission of weak optical radiation, mostly in the visible spectrum.
The nature of the galvanoluminescence depends on the electrolytes used in the process, surface pretreatment, and anodizing conditions. As such, the phenomenon can be made us of to determine oxide film thickness, growth rate, refraction index, optical constants of alumina, etc. Anodization of aluminum above the breakdown voltage leads to the formation of plasma as indicated by the presence of sparks on the surface, accompanied by the simultaneous gas evolution.
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This process is widely used in the semiconductor manufacturing in order to generate complex three-dimensional geometries. A successful polishing of metals is based on the formation of a passive surface film. Chemical mechanical polishing is widely used for both tungsten and copper and the electrochemical interactions with the polishing slurry are discussed in this chapter.
Electrochemical processes that lead to undesirable phenomena such as pitting, etching of the metal surface, galvanic corrosion, and re-deposition of material onto the polished surface are described in detail.
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