Electrochemistry Vol. 11 - Nanosystems Electrochemistry by RICHARD G. COMPTON

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Content material: Preface; Electrochemical functions of nanopore platforms; Electrochemistry inside templated nanosystems; Electrochemistry inside of nanogaps and nanojunctions; Electrochemistry inside steel natural Frameworks; Electrochemistry inside of liquid nanosystems; Electrocatalysis at nanoparticles; Electrochemistry in nanoscale domain names; Nanocarbon Electrochemistry; Bipolar electrochemistry within the nanoscience

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Electrochemistry, 2013, 11, 1–33 | 33 Electrocatalysis at nanoparticles Carlos M. 1039/9781849734820-0034 1 Introduction Chemistry is a very broad field in science, which is generally divided and subdivided in smaller areas of knowledge (organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry and many others) in order to make it more affordable. But doing this, it is sometimes easy to forget that all those parts belong to one single scientific field. For this reason, many new challenges in chemistry require a multidisciplinary approach in order to be successfully solved.

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