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Until about 1960 the metal—electrolyte interface was probably the most extensively investigated surface. Semiconductor electrodes also have a con-siderable history, dating back at least as far as Bequerel’s work on silver halides.(1) Almost all the early studies with semiconducting electrodes were performed with materials of uncontrolled and generally unknown properties.

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Electron Transfer Conduction Band Valence Band Space Charge Anodic Dissolution 
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  • R. Memming
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  1. 1.Philips GmbH Forschungslaboratorium HamburgHamburg 54Federal Republic of Germany

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