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Author(s)Andrzej Wieckowski
PublisherJohn Wiley
Publish YearOctober 2013


Edited by highly cited researchers, Vibrational Spectroscopy of Electrified Interfaces highlights modern vibrational techniques ranging from Raman, infrared and non–linear optical spectroscopy to inelastic electron scattering and their application to study electrified interfaces. Providing molecular–level information on the structure and composition of surfaces and interfaces, this first book available on the topic addresses theory, techniques, and applications across a wide range of interfaces in the physical and biological sciences, including those in biological, geochemical, and power devices such as batteries, solar and fuel cells.