Electrochemical thermodynamics

In thermodynamics, electrochemical thermodynamics is the study of the thermodynamics of electrochemistry, of electrochemical systems, or electrochemical processes.

Further reading
● Kelly, R.G. (2003). (ch. 2: Electrochemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Relevance, pgs. 9-). CRC Press.
● Sato, Norio. (2004). Chemical Energy and Exergy: an Introduction to Chemical Thermodynamics for Engineers (ch. 4: Affinity in Irreversible Processes, pgs. 37-44; ch. 6: Unitary Affinity and Equilibrium, pgs. 57-62; ch. 9: Electrochemical Energy, pgs. 83-96). Elsevier.
● Holze, Rudolf. (2009). Electrochemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics (abs). Springer.
● Scholz, Fritz. (2010). “Thermodynamics of Electrochemical Reactions”, in: Electroanalytical Methods (ch. 1.2, pgs. 10-). Springer.

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