"This book provides a comprehensive state-of-the-art collection of current knowledge about reference electrodes. ... this book provides an overwhelming survey in theoretical and practical aspects of currently applied reference electrodes. Due to its compactness it is a very helpful text- and reference book, suitable for students and professionals performing electrochemical measurements." (Ralf Bassler, Materials and Corrosion, Vol. 66 (11), 2015)
"It is the first complete and exhaustive book on reference electrodes ... . It takes into consideration all possible media in which electrochemistry is plausible, treating the topic deeply and clearly. ... It is or should also be in the libraries of all institutions dealing with chemistry, as well as in those of teachers, well accessible to students for use in the frame of both application and theory courses." (Renato Seeber, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 405, 2014)
"The "Handbook of Reference Electrodes' can be considered as a fundamental text which provides the most recent data and information on this most crucial instrument in electrochemical measurements. This makes the book attractive not only for anyone working in electrochemistry, from the technician to the researcher, but also for lecturers of general, inorganic, organic chemistry as well as of biochemistry. ... it is hoped that it will help to produce reliable potential data for a long time to come." (Antonio Domenech-Carbo, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, Vol. 17, 2013)
Electrode potentials.- Reference redox systems in non-aqueous systems and the relation of electrode potentials in non-aqueous and mixed solvents to standard potentials in water.- Liquid junction potentials.- Salt bridges and diaphragms.- Reference electrodes for aqueous solutions.- Reference Electrodes for Use in Nonaqueous Solutions.- Reference electrodes for ionic liquids and molten salts.- Reference Electrodes in Oxidic Glass Melts.- Reference electrodes for solid electrolyte devices.- Direct solid contact in reference electrodes.- Micro reference electrodes.- Conducting polymer based reference electrodes.- Screen-printed, disposable, reference electrodes.- Pseudo-reference electrodes.- The Kelvin Probe technique as reference electrode for application on thin and ultra-thin electrolyte films.