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**Dieter Britz**

- Author:Dieter Britz
- ISBN:3540105646
- ISBN13:978-3540105640
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- Pages:120 pages
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Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry .

Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry. Authors: Britz, Dieter, Strutwolf, Jörg. Introduces the partial differential equations in electroanalytical chemistry systematically and step-by-step with increasing complexity.

The book shows how to numerically solve the parabolic partial differential equations (pdes) encountered in electroanalytical chemistry. It does this in a didactic manner, by first introducing the basic equations to be solved and some model systems as text cases, for which solutions exist. Then it treats basic numerical approximation for derivatives and techniques for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, from which the more complicated methods for pdes can be derived.

The book has been rewritten in, I hope, a much more did- tic manner. Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry Lecture Notes in Physics (Том 666). Subjects such as discretisations or methods for solving ordinary di?erential equations are prepared carefully in early chapters, and assumed in later chapters, so that there is clearer focus on the methods for partial di?erential equations. There are many new examples, and all programs are inFortran90/95,whichallows ingstylethanearlier Fortran versions. The book has been rewritten in, I hope, a much more did- tic manner. Book · May 2016 with 483 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. It contains new material describing migration effects, as well as arrays of. It is thus the most comprehensive and didactic introduction to the topic of electrochemical simulation.

Digital Simulation in Electrochemistry (Monographs in Electrochemistry) £149. The book shows how to numerically solve the parabolic partial differential equations (pdes) encountered in electroanalytical chemistry

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Electrochemistry, a branch of chemistry, went through several changes during its evolution from early principles related to magnets in the early 16th and 17th centuries, to complex theories involving conductivity.

Electrochemistry, a branch of chemistry, went through several changes during its evolution from early principles related to magnets in the early 16th and 17th centuries, to complex theories involving conductivity, electric charge and mathematical methods. The term electrochemistry was used to describe electrical phenomena in the late 19th and 20th centuries.