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Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids

Frank Endres, Andrew Abbott, Douglas MacFarlane

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Edited by distinguished experts in this expanding field and with specialist contributions, this overview is the first of its kind to focus on electrodeposition from ionic liquids.
This second edition has been completely revised and updated with approximately 20% new content and has been expanded by five chapters to cover the following topics:
-Bulk and Interface Theory
-Nanoscale Imaging including AFM, In situ STM and UHV-STM
-Impedance Spectroscopy
-Process Scale-up including Brighteners
-Speciation and Redox Properties.
The result is essential reading for electrochemists, materials scientists, chemists in industry, physical chemists, chemical engineers, inorganic and organic chemists.

Frank Endres studied chemistry and physics at Saarland University, Germany, gaining his doctorate in 1996. He obtained his lecturing qualification at Karlsruhe University in 2002, since when he has been a full professor at Clausthal University of Technology.

Andrew Abbott gained his PhD in electrochemistry from Southampton University in 1989. Following post-doctoral studies at the universities of Connecticut and Liverpool, he became a lecturer at the University of Leicester in 1993, and Professor of Physical Chemistry there in 2005. Since 1999, Professor Abbott has been Research Director of Scionix Ltd.

Professor Doug MacFarlane leads the Monash Ionic Liquids Group at Monash University. He is currently the holder of an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship. He is also the Program Leader of the Energy Program in the Australian Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science. His group focuses on a range of aspects of ionic liquids and their application in the energy sciences and sustainable chemistry. Professor MacFarlane was a BSc(Hons) graduate of Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and then undertook his graduate work in the Angell group at Purdue University, Indiana, graduating in 1983. After postdoctoral fellowships in France and New Zealand he took up an academic position at Monash. He has been a Professor of Chemistry at Monash since 1995 and was Head of School 2003-2006.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber Frank Endres, Andrew Abbott, Douglas MacFarlane
Seitenzahl 486
Erscheinungsdatum 12.04.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-527-33602-9
Verlag Wiley-VCH
Maße (L/B/H) 25,1/17,6/3,2 cm
Gewicht 1286 g
Auflage 2. Auflage

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  • PREFACE
    BASIC CONSIDERATIONS OF DEPOSITION IN IONIC LIQUIDS
    SYNTHESIS OF IONIC LIQUIDS
    AlCl3 Based First Generation Ionic Liquids
    Air and Water Stable Ionic Liquids
    Deep Eutectic Solvents
    PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF IONIC LIQUIDS
    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF METALS
    Metal Deposition in AlCl3 Based Ionic Liquids
    Metal Deposition in Air and Water Stable Ionic Liquids
    Metal Deposition in Deep Eutectic Solvents
    Troublesome Aspects
    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF ALLOYS
    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF SEMICONDUCTORS
    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF CONDUCTING POLYMERS
    ELECTRODEPOSITION OF NANOCRYSTALLINE METALS AND ALLOYS
    ELECTRODEPOSITION ON THE NANOSCALE
    PLASMA ELECTROCHEMISTRY
    TECHNICAL ASPECTS
    Counter Electrode Reactions / Metal Dissolution
    Reference Electrodes
    Upscaling
    Recycling
    Impurities
    SURFACE PRETREATMENT / ELECTROPOLISHING
    PLATING PROTOCOLS
    FUTURE DIRECTIONS