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Of flip-up and flop down, water molecules, 906, 915 of ion–electrode, 924, 944 partial molar, of an electron, 834 of redox reactions, 1513 standard electrochemical, of adsorption, 935 of water–electrode interaction, 944, 924 of water–ion interaction, 924 Free energy of activation, 1506, 1511, 1515 electron transfer, 1504, 1506 librator fluctuation model, 1516 phonon–vibron model, 1517 in redox reactions, 1514 standard, multistep reaction, 1180, 1182 vibron model, 1513 Free sites of adsorption, 937, 938 Fresnel’s equations in ellipsometry, 1151 Frequency, impedance, 1127, 1128, 1132, 1135 Frumkin, A.
1158, 1272 Szucs, enzymes, 1289 il l INDEX Tafel equation, 1054, 1066, 1106, 1115, 1133, 1249, 1404, 1440, 1456, 1507, 1528 applications, 1508 and distribution of electronic states, importance, 1466 importance, 1508 in quantum calculations, 1495 in semiconductors, 1085 tunneling, 1495 Tafel, Julius, 1106 Tafel lines, oxygen reduction, 1207 Tamm states, 1082 Tarasevich, 1495 Taylor, electrodeposition, 1303 Temkin isotherm, 927, 938, 1195 coverage variation with concentration, 1196 coverage variation with potential, 1196 in electrocatalysis, 1275 Temkin conditions, 942, 944, 965, 983, 1122, 1142, 1199 Temperature control in electrode kinetics, 1121 Terraces, electrodepositon, 1307, 1336 Thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS), 787 Thermal reactions in semiconductors, definition, 1088 Thermodynamic equilibrium and electrochemical potential, 833 and nonpolarizable interfaces, 834 Thermodynamics, first and second laws, 854 Thermodynamics of interfacial charge transfer at equilibrium, 1057 Thickness of thin layers, measured by ellipsometry, 1148, 1151 Thin layer cells, 1146 adsorption in, 1103 in electrode kinetics, 1103 Thiophenol, adsorption, 979 Thirsk, electrodeposition, 1310 Thompson, G.
Langmuir, 936, 937, 938, 942, 965, 1197, 1198 and lateral interactions, 954, 955 logarithmic, 941, 1196 long range interaction, 936 Parsons, 943 short range interaction, 936 and solvent displacement, 954, 955 standard states, 936 Temkin, 938, 942, 944, 965 virial, 936 Isotopes, radioactive, 801 difference in reaction rates, 1155 Isotopic effects in electrode kinetics, 1154 determination of electroorganic reaction mechanism, 1156 pathway determination, 1259 Isotopic reactions in solution, 1507 Ivanov, 1140 Iwasita, 1510 Jaeger, 1216 Jellium model of the metal, 890 and crystal structure, 892 and pseudo potentials, 892 and surface of potential, 893 Jeng, organic adsorption, 975, 979 Jovancicevic, 1125, 1263 Junction e–i, 1081 n–p, 1074, 1081 transistor, 1075 “just outside” the metal, definition, 834 Juza, transients, 1403 Kabanov, 1528 kang, 1121 Khan, 1423, 1459, 1466, 1495, 1496, 1501, 1517 Kautek, 1345 Kinematic viscosity, in rotating disk electrode, 1141, 1234 Kinetics of underpotential deposition, 1316 Kingston, 1082 Kinks, 1276, 1297 importance in electrodeposition, 1302 Kirchhoff’s first law, 1213 Kirchhoff’s second law, 811 Kolb, underpotential deposition, 1315, 1345 Koslowska, 1441 Kossel, electrodeposition, 1301, 1303 xli xlii INDEX Krishtalik, 1528 Krznanric, organic adsorption, 979 Kuznetsov, quantal calculations, 1494 Laminar flow, 1226, 1227 Landau, 1499, 1503 Lange and Miscenko, 823, 1059 Langmuir isotherm, 936, 937, 938, 942, 965, 1196 applicability at high coverages, 1197 in electrode kinetics, 1200 Langmuir equation, electrochemical version of, 1194 Lateral interaction forces, 897, 927, 963, 964, 972, 977, 978, 983 Lateral interaction work of water adsorption, 907 Lateral interactions of ionic adsorption, 924, 944 Lateral interactions and Frumkin’s isotherm, 938 Lattice gas models of adsorption, 965 Lattice spacing, 1276 Laue pattern, 793 Lead deposition, underpotential deposition, 1313 Lead oxide, as electrocatalyst, 1287 in lead acid battery, 1287 Levich, V.