Isotope electrochemistry

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Isotope electrochemistry is a field within electrochemistry concerned with various topics like electrochemical separation of isotopes, electrochemical estimation of isotopic exchange equilibrium constants,[1] electrochemical kinetic isotope effect, electrochemical isotope sensors, etc.

It is an active domain of investigation. It overlaps with many other domains of both theoretical and practical importance like nuclear engineering, radiochemistry, electrochemical technology, geochemistry, sensors and instrumentation.

See also


  1. ^ Rock, Peter A. (1975). "The Electrochemical Determination of Equilibrium Constants for Isotope-Exchange Reactions". Isotopes and Chemical Principles. ACS Symposium Series. 11. pp. 131–162. doi:10.1021/bk-1975-0011.ch007. ISBN 978-0-8412-0225-2.

External links

  • electrochemical investigation using isotopic effects
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  • electrochemical isotope separation
  • electrochemical isotope cell
  • ACS radioelectrochemistry
  • electroplating isotope effects
  • JES electrochemical pumping isotope effects
  • electrochemical isotope fractionation

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