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Application of amperometry in quantitative catalytic analysis.

James Johnston Marks

Application of amperometry in quantitative catalytic analysis.

by James Johnston Marks

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Written in English


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Thesis(M. Sc.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1977.

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In amperometry, the current produced by the oxidation or reduction of an electroactive analyte species at an electrode surface is monitored under controlled potential magnitude of the current is then related to the quantity of analyte present.

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Amperometry is the monitoring of a gain (reduction) or loss (oxidation) of electrons in the presence of a fixed potential, by measuring changes in current. It is highly quantitative, provides excellent LODs (see Table ), good linear range, and reproducibility under well-controlled amperometric detection is selective for analytes that can undergo oxidation or reduction.

A commonly used form of amperometry is as a hydrodynamic amperometric detector in flow analysis. Used with flow injection analysis (FIA) or liquid chromatography (LC). REVIEW ARTICLE APPLICATIONS OF POLAROGRAPHY IN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS BY J. PAGE,Ph.D., F.R.I.C. Glaxo Laboratories, Ltd., Greenford, MiddIesex INTRODUCTION THE polarographic method of Application of amperometry in quantitative catalytic analysis.

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Polarographic technique is applied for the qualitative or quantitative analysis of electroreducible or oxidisable elements or groups. It is an electromechanical technique of analyzing solutions that measures the current flowing between two electrodes in the solution as well as the gradually increasing applied voltage to determine respectively the concentration of a solute and its.

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Amperometry is strictly a sub-class of voltammetry in which the electrode is held at constant potentials for various lengths of time. The distinction between amperometry and voltammetry is mostly historic as there was a time when it was difficult to switch between "holding" and "scanning" a by: 4.

It is the absence of a scanning potency that distinguishes amperometry from voltammetry. The technique is implemented by stepping the possible straight to the desired value and so mensurating the current, or keeping the potency at the coveted value and fluxing samples across the electrode as in flow injection analysis.

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