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An Introduction To Electrochemistry

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An Introduction To Electrochemistry
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Publisher: Affiliated East West Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1443722944
Number of pages: 577

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The object of this book is to provide an introduction to electrochemistry in its present state of development. An attempt has been made to explain the fundamentals of the subject as it stands today, devoting little or no space to the consideration of theories and arguments that have been discarded or greatly modified.

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