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Description - Fuel Cell Catalysis by Andrzej Wieckowski

Fuel cells represent an important alternative energy source. This seminal work brings together world leaders in the field to provide a unique combination of state-of-the-art theory and computational and experimental methods, emphasizing molecular understanding of fuel cell catalysis. It covers fundamental principles and future challenges. It discusses research themes in the surface science approach to catalytic reactions at the solid-liquid and solid-membrane interface relevant to fuel cells. This is a core reference for electrochemists, electrocatalysis researchers, surface and physical chemists, chemical and automotive engineers, and researchers in academia, research institutes, and industry.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780470131169
ISBN-10: 0470131160
Format: Hardback
(240mm x 158mm x 38mm)
Pages: 712
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 29-Apr-2009
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Andrzej Wieckowski

Marc T. M. Koper obtained his PhD (cum laude) with Professor J. H. Sluyters from Utrecht University in 1994 on "Far-from-equilibrium phenomena in electrochemical systems: instabilities, oscillations and chaos." He is currently a Full Professor in Fundamental Surface Science at Leiden University, where he studies electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, electrochemical surface science, and theoretical and computational electrochemistry.