Performance criteria and nomenclature in electrochemical engineering

  title={Performance criteria and nomenclature in electrochemical engineering},
  author={Gerhard Kreysa},
  journal={Journal of Applied Electrochemistry},
  • G. Kreysa
  • Published 1 March 1985
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Applied Electrochemistry
This paper is a recommendation of the Working Party on Electrochemical Engineering of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. It was prepared by a sub-committee composed of: G. Kreysa (Frankfurt am Main) Chairman F. Coeuret (Rennes) A. Storck (Nancy) H. Wendt (Darmstadt)The helpful discussions and comments of colleagues in the Working Party are gratefully acknowledged. 
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