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Quanta and Surfaces

  • John O’M. Bockris
  • Shahed U. M. Khan

Abstract

Any consideration of the elementary act in electrochemical kinetics needs knowledge of the chemistry of the electronic (usually metal) phase and the ionic solution phase involved. In the latter (e. g., in a hydroxonium ion), the considerations are about the distribution and occupancy of energy levels in vibrational states of bonds and are well known to most physical chemists. The situation in the electronic conductor is entirely quantal, and quantal aspects of the solid state, particularly that of the surface structure, have to be understood by chemists interested in quantum electrochemistry. Much of the background material for this is presented in books on solid state physics. Among these is that written by Kittel1 and simpler books such as that by Blakemore.2

Keywords

Fermi Level Surface State Fermi Surface Adsorption Energy Quantum Mechanical Calculation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • John O’M. Bockris
    • 1
  • Shahed U. M. Khan
    • 2
  1. 1.Texas A & M UniversityCollege StationUSA
  2. 2.University of BonnBonnWest Germany

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