TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS.
ARMY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT GROUP (EUROPE) NEW YORK 09757
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A report is presented on the 20th Meeting of the International Committee of Electrochemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics CITCE in Strasbourg, France, on 15-20 September 1969. There were 140 papers from more than fifteen countries. The major theme of the meeting was Transport Phenomena in Electrochemical Systems. Four topics were selected under this theme transport processes connected with electrode reactions transport processes at the center of electroconducting phases transport in or toward membranes and systems of biological interest and porous electrodes, dispersed systems, solid electrolytes and semi-conductors. For the purpose of this report, it was considered more valuable to categorize the papers under fourteen different sub-topics. These sub-topics and the number of papers under each are as follows fundamentals 8 moving electrodes 13 convection 11 electrical conductivity 15 ion mobilities 5 polarography 6 synthetic membranes 9 biological membranes 13 non-miscible liquid interfaces 4 porous electrodes 13 solid electrolytes 6 fuel cells 4 metals 22 and, miscellaneous 10. All of the papers are briefly reviewed under their relevant sub-topic. A paper by Levitch which was not abstracted nor will it be printed by the meeting organizers is described in more detail than the others. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Electrochemical Energy Storage