Further biographies and definitions contributed to the “Electrochemical Dictionary” (2nd Edition, edited by Allen J. Bard, György Inzelt, and Fritz Scholz)

2012-05-18T12:22:58Z (GMT) by Stephen Fletcher
The Electrochemical Dictionary is intended to provide authoritative definitions of terms used in electrochemistry and related fields. The Dictionary also contains biographies of people who have made significant contributions to electrochemistry. This document contains biographies of people who have made significant contributions to electrochemistry, including Drude (Paul Karl Ludwig), Grahame (David Caldwell), Stern (Otto), Thomson (Joseph John), and Weaver (Michael J.). The document also contains definitions of some diverse terms used in electrochemistry and related fields, including Capacitance (General Theory), Drude Model, and Impedance Bridge Methods.