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Electrochemistry in a Divided World

Innovations in Eastern Europe in the 20th Century

  • Fritz Scholz

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Fritz Scholz
    Pages 1-6
  3. Jiří Jindra, Michael Heyrovský
    Pages 13-48
  4. O. A. Petrii, S. Fletcher
    Pages 49-96
  5. Fritz Scholz, El’za Arminovna Zakharova, Nina A. Kolpakova, Julia D. Sister, Victor G. Mairanovsky
    Pages 97-178
  6. Rimantas Ramanauskas
    Pages 179-210
  7. Anatoliy K. Demin, Pavel Shuk
    Pages 229-255
  8. Victor G. Mairanovsky
    Pages 257-314
  9. Alexander A. Milchev
    Pages 401-430
  10. Kh’yena Zalmanovna Brainina, Alexander A. Milchev
    Pages 457-460
  11. Fritz Scholz, El’za Arminovna Zakharova, Nina A. Kolpakova, Julia D. Sister, Victor G. Mairanovsky
    Pages E1-E3
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 461-471

About this book

Introduction

In this collection of interrelated essays, the authors review landmark developments in electrochemistry building on biographic material and personal insight. The book facilitates understanding of the innate pathways of developments in electrochemical science as a result of lucky circumstances fitting to objective conditions. Thus the book will help to understand the present state of electrochemistry and offer inspiration for solving today’s scientific challenges. The authors as experienced electrochemists from the U.S., Western and Eastern Europe also provide guidance for scientific careers by presenting biographical examples of famous electrochemists.

Keywords

Electroanalysis Electrochemical Instrumentation Electrochemistry in Bulgaria Electrochemistry in Czechoslovakia Electrochemistry in East Germany (GDR) Electrochemistry in Eastern Europe Electrochemistry in Hungary Electrochemistry in Lithuania Electrochemistry in Moldova Electrochemistry in Poland Electrochemistry in Russia and the Soviet Union Electrochemistry in the Ukraine

Editors and affiliations

  • Fritz Scholz
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of BiochemistryUniversity of GreifswaldGreifswaldGermany

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