In 1825 his paper on the Preservation of Metals by electrochemistry was published.
From this law he deduced a number of conclusions of the highest importance to electrochemistry.
For a more detailed discussion of these views, see Lehfeldt's electrochemistry , pp. 78, 79.
Several journals are published specially to deal with physical chemistry, of which electrochemistry forms an important part.
The scientific study of the electrical aspects of chemical reactions, especially the changes they bring about in the arrangement and energy of electrons. Electrochemistry is vital to the study of electrolysis, power generation by electric cells, and the transmission of electrical signals by neurons.