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INTRODUCTION, BRIEF HISTORY AND BASIC CONCEPTS 11 Thus Chapter 2 discusses the phenomenology and basic concepts of classical promotion, a subject quite familiar to catalysis and surface science researchers and graduate students, at a level which should be comfortable to electrochemists, solid state ionics and chemical reaction engineering researchers. Chapter 3 discusses solid electrolytes and some of their early applications in fuel cells and catalysis. This material is quite familiar to the solid state ionics community but may be helpful to surface scientists, aqueous electrochemists and chemical reaction engineers.
25 and by an increase to a work function value corresponding, at to near bulk alkali metal work function. 21) and the initial vs slopes of Fig. 4 one computes alkali initial dipole moments as high as 15 D. g. Al) the vs plots are 23 temperature dependent (Fig. 5). g. 100 K) the vs plots are similar to those obtained on transition metal surfaces. g. 350 K, Fig. 6,23 The initial dipole moments are quite high (Fig. 5) but generally smaller than the ones on transition metal surfaces. 6,24,25 2. 21) and the alkali ion radius one can estimate the effective positive charge, q, on the alkali adatom, provided its coordination on the surface is known.