Electrochemical Processes For Clean Technology

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Electrochemical Processes for Clean Technology describes the technology and engineering of electrochemical systems that are relevant to clean technology, such as chemical synthesis, effluent treatment and recycling. It explains basic scientific and engineering principles, and describes relevant cell and reactor technology with examples. It emphasises the increasing importance of electrochemistry in the synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds for the bulk, fine chemical, pharmaceutical and electronic ...

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United Kingdom 1995 Hardcover Very Good Ex-Library Cond Book 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall 307 pgs. Fully covers: effluent treatment and recycling for heavy and precious m, etals, ... organic contaminants and inorganic cqueous and gaseous effluents, and includes important coverage of electrochemical membrane-based separations and electrochemically enhanced processes such as ion exchange and ultrafiltration, focusing on the advantages of electrochemistry. Black/blue glossy boards with white lettering. Usual library markings. Clean and tightly bound. Read more Show Less

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Electrochemical Processes for Clean Technology describes the technology and engineering of electrochemical systems that are relevant to clean technology, such as chemical synthesis, effluent treatment and recycling. It explains basic scientific and engineering principles, and describes relevant cell and reactor technology with examples. It emphasises the increasing importance of electrochemistry in the synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds for the bulk, fine chemical, pharmaceutical and electronic industries. It has full coverage of effluent treatment and recycling for heavy and precious metals, organic contaminants, inorganic aqueous and gaseous effluents, and includes important coverage of electrochemical membrane-based separations, and electrochemically enhanced processes such as ion exchange and ultrafiltration. Electrochemical Processes for Clean Technology focuses on the advantages of electrochemistry, supports the reader's understanding of the technology described, covers recent developments and current practices, and places the subject in the wider context of alternative technologies. It should be read by graduates and researchers in clean technology, organic synthesis, electrochemistry, chemical engineering and inorganic chemistry.

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Editorial Reviews

Angewandte Chemie 1997 36 No 6
"...the book can be recommended."
1997 The International Journal of Environmental Studies Vol 53 Nos 1-2
"...An excellent source work for students and researchers involved in all aspects of electrochemical processes and clean technologies."
Chemistry in Britain Volume 32 No 9 September 1996
"...an interesting book...will be useful reading for students on the many new undergraduate courses in environmental science as well as for researchers in the area of clean technology and recycling."
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  • ISBN-13: 9780854045068
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, The
  • Publication date: 12/28/1995
  • Pages: 307

Table of Contents

Introduction: Electrochemical Synthesis; Effluent Treatment and Recycling; The Electrochemical Cells and Reactor: The Electrochemical Cell; Faraday's Law and Current Efficiency; Electrode Potential and Current Density; The Electrochemical Reactor; Cell Components and Materials; Electrode Materials: Chemical Suitability; Engineering Suitability; Electrode Materials; Electrode Processes and Membrane Transport: Types of Electrochemical Processes; A Simple Model of Electrode Kinetics; Mass Transport and Electrochemical Reaction; Heterogeneous Redox Catalysis; Example of the Development of a Reaction Rate Model; Transport in Membranes and Diaphragms; Electrochemical Cell Design and Engineering: Operating Factors in Electrochemical Reactor Design; Cell Design; Electrochemical Reactor Designs;Mass Transport and Reactor Design; Electrochemical Reactor Analysis; Energy Transfer in Electrolytic Reactor; Electrochemical Membrane Separation Processes: Electrodialysis; Ion-selective Membranes in Salt Regeneration, Recycling and Effluent Treatment; Bipolar Membranes; Other Membrane Processes; Electrochemically Enhanced Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration; The Treatment of Industrial Process Streams and Effluents: Part I Metal Recovery by Electrodeposition: Recovery and Recycling of Dissolved Metals; Process Solutions and Final Product Form; The Influence of the Electrochemical Reaction; Example of Silver Recovery from Fixing Solutions; Application of Metal Deposition Systems; The Treatment of Industrial Process Streams and Effluents: Part II Organic and Inorganic Species: Treatment of Organic Chemicals; Photoelectrochemical Oxidation; Treatment of Waste Waters Containing Inorganic Compounds; Electrochemical Treatment of Gases; Electroflotation; Electrosorption; Applications in the Nuclear Industry; Electrochemical Synthesis: Organic Electrochemical Synthesis; Inorganic Electrochemical Processes; Appendix; Subject Index.

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