Modern Bioelectrochemistry

  • Felix Gutmann
  • Hendrik Keyzer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. Shahed U. M. Khan, John O’M. Bockris
    Pages 1-44
  3. Gilbert N. Ling
    Pages 45-68
  4. M. A. Habib, John O’M. Bockris
    Pages 69-96
  5. Emilio Del Giudice, Silvia Doglia, Marziale Milani, Giuseppe Vitiello
    Pages 263-287
  6. B. S. Thornton, B. L. Reid, S. J. Webb
    Pages 315-327
  7. Herbert A. Pohl, J. Kent Pollock
    Pages 329-376
  8. Aleksander T. Przybylski, Sidney W. Fox
    Pages 377-396
  9. D. Vasilescu, H. Kranck
    Pages 397-430
  10. Hiram Rivera, Herbert A. Pohl
    Pages 431-444
  11. J. Kent Pollock, Herbert A. Pohl
    Pages 445-455
  12. Paavo K. J. Kinnunen, Jorma A. Virtanen
    Pages 457-479
  13. Phoebe K. Dea, Hendrik Keyzer
    Pages 481-501
  14. G. M. Eckert, F. Gutmann, H. Keyzer
    Pages 503-538
  15. Mohammad Amin
    Pages 539-561
  16. Mohammad Amin
    Pages 563-591
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 607-627

About this book


As stated by Buckminster Fuller in Operation Manual for Spaceship Earth, "Synergy is the behavior of whole systems unpredicted by separately observed behaviors of any of the system's separate parts". In a similar vein, one might define an intellectual synergy as "an improvement in our understanding of the behavior of a system unpredicted by separately acquired viewpoints of the activities of such a system". Such considerations underlie, and provide a motivation for, an interdisciplinary approach to the problem of unraveling the deeper mysteries of cellular metabolism and organization, and have led a number of pioneering spirits, many represen­ ted in the pages which follow, to consider biological systems from an elec­ trochemical standpoint. is itself, of course, an interdisciplinary branch of Now electrochemistry science, and there is no doubt that many were introduced to it via Bockris and Reddy's outstanding, wide-ranging and celebrated textbook Modern Electrochemistry. If I am to stick my neck out, and seek to define bioelec­ trochemistry, I would take it to refer to "the study of the mutual interac­ tions of electrical fields and biological materials, including living systems".


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Editors and affiliations

  • Felix Gutmann
    • 1
  • Hendrik Keyzer
    • 2
  1. 1.School of ChemistryMacquarie UniversityNorth RydeAustralia
  2. 2.Department of Chemistry and BiochemistryCalifornia State UniversityLos AngelesUSA

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