Electroanalytical Stripping Methods by Kh. BraininaElectroanalytical Stripping Methods by Kh. Brainina

Electroanalytical Stripping Methods

byKh. Brainina, E. Neyman

Hardcover | January 6, 1994

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A monograph on the theory of this procedure and its application to environmental monitoring. Considers all variants of stripping methods as a group of techniques used to study and analyze both solutions and solids. Reflects new qualitative standards attained by recently used electroanalytical stripping methods.
Title:Electroanalytical Stripping MethodsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:198 pages, 9.25 × 6.3 × 0.98 inPublished:January 6, 1994Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471595063

ISBN - 13:9780471595069

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Table of Contents

Discharge-Ionization of Metals.

The Choice and Formation of Analytical Signals.

Electrodes and Electrolyzers.

Stripping Electroanalytical Methods in the Analysis of Solutions.

Phase Analysis of Solids.

Investigation of Specific Features of the Structure of a Solid.



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Incorporating the latest theoretical and experimental developments in the field over the past decade, Brainina and Neyman's Electroanalytical Stripping Methods focuses on the theory associated with the most progressive stripping electroanalytical methods (SEAMs) and their application to environmental monitoring and industry. Wherever appropriate, it highlights the main advantages of these methods, including their extremely low detection limit, the low cost of the instruments used, the possibility of speciation analysis, and their use in the investigation of solids as well as solutions. The combined work of two eminent researchers from the former Soviet Union, the book closes the previous information gap that existed between West and East and now makes accessible the most recent developments from Russia, including a different approach to initial electro-crystallization stages, the interconnection between voltammograms of binary metal systems and work functions, and the use of these phenomena in applied stripping voltammetry. Electroanalytical Stripping Methods also