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Multicomponent Analysis in Voltammetry

Voltammetry is a particularly attractive technique for the analysis of samples containing two or more analytes. Provided that the analytes behave independently, the voltammogram of a multicomponent mixture is a summation of each analyte’s individual voltammograms. As shown here, if … Continue reading

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Pulse Polarography

Normal polarography has been replaced by various forms of pulse polarography, several examples of which are shown here. Normal pulse polarography (a), for example, uses a series of potential pulses characterized by a cycle of time of τ, a pulse-time … Continue reading

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