201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA

May 12-17, 2002


AF2 - Progress In Methods Used To Solve Electrochemical Problems: Part 1 - Historical Perspectives

Physical Electrochemistry

Monday, May 13, 2002

Conference Room 309, Level 3

Co-Chairs: B.E. Conway, J. Leddy, and A. Wieckowski

1:401299 Electrochemical Methods - B.E. Conway (University of Ottawa)
2:201300 Electrochemistry Plus Ultra-High Vacuum Methods - A. Hubbard (Santa Barbara Science Project)
3:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission -
3:201301 Spectroelectrochemistry at Optically Transparent Electrodes: An Historical Perspective - W. Heineman (University of Cincinnati)
4:001302 In-Situ Scanning Probe Microscopy: Past and Present - D.M. Kolb (University of Ulm)
4:401303 Electrochemistry: One of the Pillars of Measurement Science invited paper in Physical Echem Division Symposium on "Progress in Methods Used to Solve Electrochemical Problems: a Historical Perspective" - R.W. Murray (University of North Carolina)