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The Resource Chemical Electrostatics : New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences, by Fernando Galembeck, Thiago A. L. Burgo, (electronic resource)

Chemical Electrostatics : New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences, by Fernando Galembeck, Thiago A. L. Burgo, (electronic resource)

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Chemical Electrostatics : New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences
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Chemical Electrostatics
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New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences
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by Fernando Galembeck, Thiago A. L. Burgo
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This book provides new clues for understanding electrostatic charging in solids and liquids, resulting from the surge of research in this active area of science that is taking place since the 1990's but is still largely unknown to most researchers, lecturers and engineers. Written by a leading researcher in this field, this book describes the formation and properties of the Earth capacitor, the production of environmental electricity and its effect on natural and anthropic systems and examines many situations in which water may play a decisive role in electrostatic behavior. The authors present an informed critique of the long-held assumption that pure substances should be electroneutral. In this regard, the authors show that charge partition and accumulation is expected considering the electrochemical potential under non-zero electrostatic potential, which prevails at Earth surface. This book provides conceptual tools to guide the reader through the complexities and consequences of electrostatic phenomena while covering exciting current topics such as energy scavenging from the environment, electrostatic based green production, energy-saving processes, electrochemistry at the solid-gas interface, therapeutic electrostatic treatments, applications in sanitation and pest control and control of atmospheric electricity and its use in climate engineering
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Chemical Electrostatics : New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences, by Fernando Galembeck, Thiago A. L. Burgo, (electronic resource)
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Chemical Electrostatics : New Ideas on Electrostatic Charging: Mechanisms and Consequences, by Fernando Galembeck, Thiago A. L. Burgo, (electronic resource)
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Chapter 1 Living in an electrified environment -- Chapter 2 Electroneutrality when and where? -- Chapter 3 Charge carriers within the atomic-molecular theory -- Chapter 4 Charges at interfaces -- Chapter 5 Charge patterns, charge separation -- Chapter 6 Hygroelectricity - The atmosphere as a charge reservoir -- Chapter 7 Excess Charge in Solids -- Chapter 8 Friction and electrostatics -- Chapter 9 Electrostatic adhesion -- Chapter 10 Self-assembly -- Chapter 11 Tribogenerators -- Chapter 12 Accidents and losses caused by electrostatic discharge -- Chapter 13 Electrostatic process and products -- Chapter 14 Instrumentation -- Chapter 15 Perspectives -- Index.
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XVIII, 230 p. 93 illus., 47 illus. in color.
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