The electrode-electrolyte interface sets the stage for a wide range of fundamental processes in chemical physics. These interfaces facilitate the interconversion of chemical and electrical energy and therefore play a central role in a wide range of existing and emerging technologies. Despite their importance, much remains to be understood about the unique microscopic physical and chemical properties of these systems. In this special issue, we present cutting-edge research aimed at exploring the electrode-electrolyte interface and expanding our fundamental understanding of these ubiquitous and important systems.
Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Interfacial electron transfer
- Electrode adsorption/desorption
- Double-layer structure and dynamics
Jahan Dawlaty, University of Southern California
Jian-Feng Li, Xiamen University
Susan Perkin, University of Oxford
Mathieu Salanne, Sorbonne Université
Adam Willard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Emily A. Weiss, Northwestern University
Tim Lian, Emory University
Angelos Michaelides, University of Cambridge
Carlos Vega, University Complutense of Madrid
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