Electroanalytical methods

Electroanalytical methods

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This laboratory book delivers advice to researchers in all fields of life and physical sciences already applying or intending to apply electroanalytical methods in their research. The authors represent not only the necessary theoretical background but know-how on measurement techniques, interpretation of data and experimental setup.To do this well the value of the solution resistance should be known and inserted either manually or through the ... Another possibility of eliminating the ohmic drop is to use the current interrupt method introduced by EGaamp;G in their potentiostats. ... 111.4.6 Nonaqueous Media Electrochemical investigations are often carried out in aproptic solvents like di- methylformamide, dimethyl ... A simple moving average method as well as the Fourier transform method will give satisfactory results.

Title:Electroanalytical methods
Author: Fritz Scholz, Alan Maxwell Bond
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2002

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