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  1. Composite, multilayer and three-dimensional substrate supported tin-based electrodeposits from methanesulphonic acid
  2. One-step electrodeposition of a self-cleaning and corrosion resistant Ni/WS2superhydrophobic surface
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  4. Materials and fabrication of electrode scaffolds for deposition of MnO2 and their true performance in supercapacitors
  5. Anodic deposition of compact, freely-standing or microporous polypyrrole films from aqueous methanesulphonic acid
  6. The filter-press FM01-LC laboratory flow reactor and its applications
  7. The reaction environment in a filter-press laboratory reactor: the FM01-LC flow cell
  8. Multifunctional Nanostructured Metallic Coatings by Electrodeposition
  9. Frontispiece: A Review of the Iron-Air Secondary Battery for Energy Storage
  10. Three-dimensional graphene oxide/polypyrrole composite electrodes fabricated by one-step electrodeposition for high performance supercapacitors
  11. Versatile electrochemical coatings and surface layers from aqueous methanesulfonic acid
  12. The fabrication of a bifunctional oxygen electrode without carbon components for alkaline secondary batteries
  13. Electrochemical Engineering and Cell Design
  14. The specific capacitance of sol–gel synthesised spinel MnCo2O4 in an alkaline electrolyte
  15. Electrochemical Cell Design for Water Treatment
  16. Effects of additives on microstructure and properties of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Ni–Co alloy coatings of high cobalt content
  17. A novel bifunctional oxygen GDE for alkaline secondary batteries
  18. The Preparation of Auxetic Foams by Three‐Dimensional Printing and Their Characteristics
  19. Hierarchical tube-in-tube structures prepared by electrophoretic deposition of nanostructured titanates into a TiO2 nanotube array
  20. Self-lubricating Metal Composite Coatings by Electrodeposition or Electroless Deposition
  21. Morphological control of synthetic Ni3Si2O5(OH)4nanotubes in an alkaline hydrothermal environment
  22. Spontaneous scrolling of Al2Si2O5(OH)4 nanosheets into halloysite nanotubes stimulated by structural doping with GeO2
  23. Suppressed photoelectrochemistry at carbon-surface-modified mesoporous TiO2 films
  24. The stability of halloysite nanotubes in acidic and alkaline aqueous suspensions
  25. Progress in redox flow batteries, remaining challenges and their applications in energy storage
  26. ChemInform Abstract: Electrodeposited Lead Dioxide Coatings
  27. The electrodeposition of nickel–graphite composite layers
  28. Development of the all-vanadium redox flow battery for energy storage: a review of technological, financial and policy aspects
  29. Control over the Hierarchical Structure of Titanate Nanotube Agglomerates
  30. Nickel based electrocatalysts for oxygen evolution in high current density, alkaline water electrolysers
  31. Electrodeposited lead dioxide coatings
  32. Metastable Nature of Titanate Nanotubes in an Alkaline Environment
  33. A novel flow battery: A lead acid battery based on an electrolyte with soluble lead(II). Part IX: Electrode and electrolyte conditioning with hydrogen peroxide
  34. Application of Magic-Angle Spinning NMR to Examine the Nature of Protons in Titanate Nanotubes
  35. A novel flow battery: A lead acid battery based on an electrolyte with soluble lead(II) Part VIII. The cycling of a 10cm×10cm flow cell
  36. The Effect of Ionic Charge on the Adsorption of Organic Dyes onto Titanate Nanotubes
  37. A novel flow battery: A lead acid battery based on an electrolyte with soluble lead(II)
  38. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube/Trititanate Nanotube Composite Fibers
  39. ChemInform Abstract: Elongated Titanate Nanostructures and Their Applications
  40. Elongated Titanate Nanostructures and Their Applications
  41. Developments in the soluble lead-acid flow battery
  42. Front Matter
  43. Dedications
  44. Preface
  45. Contents
  46. About the Authors
  47. Acknowledgements
  48. Abbreviations
  49. List of Symbols
  50. Subject Index
  51. Impedance spectroscopy studies of the dissolution of ferrous- and zinc-based materials in aqueous timber preservatives
  52. An aqueous, alkaline route to titanate nanotubes under atmospheric pressure conditions
  53. A novel flow battery—A lead-acid battery based on an electrolyte with soluble lead(II)
  54. A novel flow battery—A lead-acid battery based on an electrolyte with soluble lead(II)
  55. Recent Developments in Borohydride Fuel Cells
  56. Mass Transport and Flow Dispersion in the Compartments of a Modular 10 Cell Filter-Press Stack
  57. Direct-Current Methods for the Estimation of Corrosion Rates in Aqueous Timber Preservatives
  58. Kinetics of Alkali Metal Ion Exchange into Nanotubular and Nanofibrous Titanates
  59. Low-Temperature Synthesis of Titanate Nanotubes in Aqueous KOH
  60. Deposition of Pt, Pd, Ru and Au on the surfaces of titanate nanotubes
  61. Stability of Aqueous Suspensions of Titanate Nanotubes
  62. Reversible Storage of Molecular Hydrogen by Sorption into Multilayered TiO2 Nanotubes
  63. The Entrance and Exit Effects in Small Electrochemical Filter-Press Reactors Used in the Laboratory
  64. Apparent Two-Dimensional Behavior of TiO2 Nanotubes Revealed by Light Absorption and Luminescence.
  65. The Rotating Cylinder Electrode (RCE) and Its Application to the Electrodeposition of Metals
  66. Apparent Two-Dimensional Behavior of TiO 2 Nanotubes Revealed by Light Absorption and Luminescence
  67. Mass transport in the rectangular channel of a filter-press electrolyzer (the FM01-LC reactor)
  68. The Rotating Cylinder Electrode (RCE) and its Application to the Electrodeposition of Metals
  69. Electrochemical removal of metal ions from aqueous solution: a student workshop
  70. The Importance of Batch Electrolysis Conditions during the Reduction of L-Cystine Hydrochloride
  71. The application of reticulated vitreous carbon rotating cylinder electrodes to the removal of cadmium and copper ions from solution
  72. The effect of operational parameters on the performance of a bipolar trickle tower reactor
  73. Removal of cupric ions from acidic sulfate solution using reticulated vitreous carbon rotating cylinder electrodes
  74. Corrosion of metals physicochemical principles and current problems
  75. The effect of hydrothermal conditions on the mesoporous structure of TiO2 nanotubes
  76. Short CommunicationThe electrochemical etching of tungsten STM tips
  77. Preface
  78. Electrochemical and microscopic characterisation of platinum-coated perfluorosulfonic acid (Nafion 117) materials†
  79. Consultancy in the Classroom: Using Industrial Chemistry in a Teaching Exercise
  80. Book reviews
  81. The Comparative Performance of Batteries: The Lead-Acid and the Aluminum-Air Cells
  82. A first course in electrochemical engineering. By Frank Walsh, Electrochemical Consultancy, Hants, England, 1993, 381 pp.,$45.00
  83. Book reviews
  84. Book reviews
  85. An investigation of the relative roles of kinetics and transport in cathodic inhibition
  86. Electrochemical Techniques for the Treatment of Dilute Metal-Ion Solutions
  87. Design and performance of electrochemical reactors for efficient synthesis and environmental treatment. Part 2. Typical reactors and their performance
  88. Microbial contributions to the marine corrosion of steel piling
  89. Design and performance of electrochemical reactors for efficient synthesis and environmental treatment. Part 1. Electrode geometry and figures of merit
  90. Industrial Electrochemistry
  91. Organic electrosynthesis
  92. The chlor-alkali industry
  93. Electrochemical sensors and monitoring techniques
  94. Fundamental concepts
  95. Metal finishing
  96. Batteries and fuel cells
  97. Electrochemical engineering
  98. Corrosion and its control
  99. Metals and materials processing
  100. Other inorganic electrolytic processes
  101. The extraction, refining and production of metal
  102. Water purification, effluent treatment and recycling of industrial process streams
  103. A combined electrochemical and in-situ X-ray diffraction study of the cycling of well-defined lead dioxide layers on platinum
  104. Electrolytic removal of cupric ions from dilute liquors using reticulated vitreous carbon cathodes
  105. Toxic metal chemistry in marine environments
  106. Electrode materials for electrosynthesis