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Applied Electrochemistry by Maurice de Kay Thompson

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Applied Electrochemistry
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Publisher: The MacMillan Company
ISBN/ASIN: 115189639X
Number of pages: 366

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This is an account of the most important electrochemical industries, as well as the principal applications of electrochemistry in the laboratory. The plan adopted in this book has been to discuss each subject from the theoretical and from the technical point of view separately. In the theoretical part a knowledge of theoretical chemistry is assumed.

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