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dc.contributor.authorIzutsu, K.-
dc.descriptionA majority of chemical reactions are carried out in solution. The use of a solvent as reaction medium makes it easy to control reaction conditions such as tempera- ture, pressure, pH, rate of mass transfer, and concentration of reactant. Water is the most popular solvent. However, by using appropriate non-aqueous solvents, substances that are insoluble in water can be dissolved, substances that are un- stable in water remain stable, and chemical reactions that are impossible in water become possible. The reaction environments are markedly wider in non-aqueous solvents than in water.en
dc.subjectElectrochemistry in Nonaqueous Solutionsen_US
dc.titleElectrochemistry in Nonaqueous Solutionsen_US
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