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0471913944
Author:
Arthur Watson,Tom Riley
Category:
Chemistry
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English
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John Wiley & Sons Ltd (July 29, 1987)
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306 pages
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Polarography and other Voltammetric Methods (Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning). Tom Riley, Arthur Watson.

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Progress: 9. 1% restored. Главная Polarography and other Voltammetric Methods (Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning). Polarography and other Voltammetric Methods (Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning). Introduces a wide range of voltammetric techniques, covering basic theory, practical aspects, and the scope of each technique. Relates the techniques via features they have in common, such as electrode and solution behavior and electrical circuitry.

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Start by marking Polarography and Other Voltammetric Methods as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Shows how to select suitable methods for particular applications and prepares the reader for further study of individual tech Introduces a wide range of voltammetric techniques, covering basic theory, practical aspects, and the scope of each technique.

Riley and A. Watson, Polarography and other Voltammetric Methods (An- alytical Chemistry by Open Learning), Wiley, Chichester, 1987 (ISBN 0-471- 91395-2 ). xxii + 283 pp. Price g1. 0 (softback). Chap- ter 5 on etry and the Analyst could also have been expanded to deal with more topical analytical problems that can be conve- niently solved by pulse polarography and stripping voltammetry. The self-as- sessment questions and responses are valuable in an unsupervised situation such as distance learning.

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oceedings{yAO, title {Polarography and Other Voltammetric Methods}, author {Tom Riley and Arthur Watson and Andrew M. . James and Acol}, year {1987} }. Tom Riley, Arthur Watson, +1 author Acol. Two new instruments for analytical chemistry: A. Constant potential pulse polarography (CPPP) and differential CPPP (DCPPP) for determination of metals in the presence of oxygen in flowing systems; B. Versatile laser-based analytical instrument for detection of jet-cooled molecular species. Cites background & methods.

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In recent years electrochemistry has undergone a revival, particularly in its analytical applications. As a non- destructive method, with rapid response times and low detection levels, polarography is now in competition with other methods of analysis, such as spectrophotometry and AAS. A wide range of voltammetric techniques are introduced providing sufficient information for an understanding of the basic theory. Practical aspects and the scope of each technique are explored using features they have in common, such as electrode and solution behaviour and electrical circuitry. Many examples of the electrochemical behaviour of individual compounds or classes of compounds are also included in the form of illustrations.