Significant advances in our understanding of the electrochemistry of the solid state have taken place over the last 30 years. The subject has grown rapidly and is now closer to the more established electrochemistry in liquid electrolytes than at any time since Faraday's pioneering work 150 years ago. Although several books have appeared dealing with ionically conducting materials from a structural point of view, very few texts are available which describe the physical electrochemistry of solids. The book is directed primarily at postgraduate students and other scientists and engineers entering the field for the first time; as well as those active in the areas of batteries, fuel cells, sensors and electrochromic devices, to which solid state electrochemistry makes a major contribution.
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- 4th Edition
Jeans's primary aim with the first edition of his book, originally published in 1904, was to 'develop the theory of gases upon as exact a mathematical basis as possible'.
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