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Interface Spring 2010

Vol. 19, No. 1

Spring 2010

Table of Contents (PDF)

From the Editor: Electrochemistry, Solid-State Science/Technology, and Health Care p. 3
Pennington Corner: Electrochemistry Gets Supporting Actor Nod p. 7
Society News p. 9
Special Meeting Section: Vancouver p. 13
ECS Transactions from the Vancouver, Canada Meeting p. 26
People News p. 27
Tech Highlights p. 29
Introduction to the Featured Articles
JES Classics Redux: ECS Science at Its Best
by: Krishnan Rajeshwar
p. 31
ECS Transactions from the San Francisco, CA Meeting p. 32
Pitting Corrosion of Metals
by: Roger Newman
p. 33
Electrodeposition Fueled by Newman and Tobias
by: Elizabeth J. Podlaha, Hariklia Deligianni, and Gery Stafford
p. 39
ECS Transactions from the Vienna, Austria Meeting p. 43
Semiconductor Cleaning Technology: Forty Years in the Making
by: Jerzy Ruzyllo
p. 44
On a Pioneering Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Model
by: Jeremy P. Meyers and Adam Z. Weber
p. 47
Perspectives on Electrochemical Insertion of Lithium in Carbon Nanotubes
by: Vito Sgobba and Dirk M. Guldi
p. 50
Persistent Phosphors Based on Alkaline-Earth Aluminate Hosts
by: Uwe Happek and Anant Setlur
p. 53
Stanley Wawzonek and the Introduction of Polar Aprotic Solvents into Organic Electrochemistry
by: Albert J. Fry
p. 55
Section News p. 59
Awards p. 61
New Members p. 63
Student News p. 66

Awarded Student Membership Application

p. 68

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