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Quantity 6 within the well-establish sequence Advances in Electrochemical technology and Engineering covers - between others - such very important subject matters as time established modulation concepts and desktop modeling by way of continuum and non-continuum equipment. As in all past volumes, the editors have succeeded in choosing hugely topical components of electrochemical examine and in offering authors who're leaders of their fields. the result's a compelling set of stories which serves both good as an exceptional and up to date resource of data for skilled researchers energetic within the box in addition to an advent for rookies. From experiences of past volumes: 'This is an important booklet for researchers in electrochemistry; it covers parts of either primary and sensible significance, with stories of top of the range. the fabric is especially good provided and the alternative of issues displays a balanced editorial coverage that's welcomed.' The Analyst

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15 Z/ A Fig. 26. Density profiles and running integrals n ( z ) of the ion densities for Na+ (full lines) and C1- (dashed lines) at three different surface charge densities in units of ~ C c r n - ~ as indicated. grey ones the Na+ ions. In this particular configuration, four anions and one cation are adsorbed on the metal surface. Figure 26 shows the ion density profiles near the metal surface for all three surface charges investigated. Beyond z = 20A all ion density profiles are identical within the limits of statistical errors.

A. 9 __--,_/- :-x::. _ - 2 I 5 10 .. ~ 15 Z/ A Fig. 26. Density profiles and running integrals n ( z ) of the ion densities for Na+ (full lines) and C1- (dashed lines) at three different surface charge densities in units of ~ C c r n - ~ as indicated. grey ones the Na+ ions. In this particular configuration, four anions and one cation are adsorbed on the metal surface. Figure 26 shows the ion density profiles near the metal surface for all three surface charges investigated. Beyond z = 20A all ion density profiles are identical within the limits of statistical errors.

By means of Eq. (13). All data are taken from a 150 ps simulation of 252 water molecules between two mercury phases with (1 11) surface structure using Ewald summation in two dimensions for the long-range interactions. 34 E. Spohr surface. , Ref. 82, 85-88, 152, 153). The difference in sign on the left and right side of the lamina is a consequence of the vector nature of the dipole moment, which points into opposite directions near the two interfaces. The dipole orientation in the second layer is only weakly anisotropic (see also Fig.

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