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Quantity 6 within the well-establish sequence Advances in Electrochemical technology and Engineering covers - between others - such vital issues as time based modulation suggestions and laptop modeling by means of continuum and non-continuum equipment. As in all prior volumes, the editors have succeeded in settling on hugely topical components of electrochemical examine and in providing authors who're leaders of their fields. the result's a compelling set of experiences which serves both good as an exceptional and up to date resource of data for knowledgeable researchers lively within the box in addition to an advent for rookies. From reports of prior volumes: 'This is a necessary publication for researchers in electrochemistry; it covers components of either basic and functional significance, with experiences of top of the range. the cloth is especially good offered and the alternative of subject matters displays a balanced editorial coverage that's welcomed.' The Analyst

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The three ions overcompensate the surface charge density which corresponds to only two elementary charges for the entire simulation cell. This behavior is reminiscent of the concept of super-equivalent adsorption [15]. Approximately one cation remains in the interlayer region between the adsorbate water and the second layer. Hence, the surface charge of 2e is compensated by -3e from the anion density and + l e from the cation density. 9 pC cm-*, the maximum of the Na+ density profile grows substantially but remains more or less at the same position as for the uncharged surface.

20 the local number of hydrogen bonds per molecule is plotted versus the local coordination number at all distances and for several simulations. There is a clear correlation between the decrease of the number of hydrogen bonds and the increase in coordination number for all simulations, independent of the interface. ) on the same line as the bulk values, The values near the interface (at large n ~ fall 36 E. 3). 00 A for the model, Pt, and Hg surfaces, respectively). The changes in the hydrogen bond network near the metallic interface thus correlate quite well with the changes in local coordination.

15. Anisotropic oxygen-oxygen pair correlation functions goo(p, i) for the adsorbate molecules (left), the molecules in the second layer (middle), and the molecules in the bulk-like center of the water lamina (right) between Pt( 100) surfaces. p is the transversal and i the normal part of the interatomic distance. on the hexagonal lattice. The oxygen-hydrogen and hydrogen-hydrogen RDFs in the vicinity of the Pt( 100) surface also exhibit additional maxima. The distances at which they occur can be related to hydrogen bonds between adsorbed water molecules on neighboring adsorption sites [49].

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