Quantitative methods for the analysis and design of electrochemical systems have progressed greatly over the past forty years. Much of this progress is due to the work of Professor John Newman of the University of California-Berkeley. A tutorial symposium was organized to recognize Prof. NewmanAis contributions on the occasion of his 70th birthday. This issue contains a series of invited lectures covering the basic principles of electrochemical engineering as well as a variety of examples of applications in electrodeposition, fuel cells, batteries, and electrolytic processes.Electrogalvanization of steel sheet under high speed and the production of copper foil of printed circuit board are relatively ... Process Development Materials Selection Energy Saving Suitable Design/Engineering Data Collection/ Preservationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tutorial Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering, in Honor of Professor John Newman’s 70th Birthday|
|Author||:||T. W. Chapman, D. Mah, R. E. White, J.A. Trainham|
|Publisher||:||The Electrochemical Society - 2008-10|