Electrochemistry of Dihydroxybenzene Compounds: Carbon Based Electrodes and Their Uses in Synthesis…

Kobo ebook | January 23, 2017

byHanieh Ghadimi, Sulaiman Ab Ghani, IS Amiri

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Electrochemistry of Dihydroxybenzene Compounds: Electrochemistry of Dihydroxybenzene Compounds focuses on developing a simple, highly sensitive and accurate voltammetric method to assess diphenols and other chemical compounds using composite-modified and glassy carbon-based electrodes.

The determination of the trace levels of chemicals in products is a fundamental challenge in chemistry research, education and industry. This book presents significant approaches to this challenge, including the application of a wide range of electrodes under easily controlled conditions.

Practical and concise, the book is an accessible quick reference for chemists and pharmacologists for assessing the electrochemistry of D-compounds.

  • Covers the methodology and practical applications of the many electrochemical techniques available
  • Introduces readers to the process of synthesizing new DHB derivatives by electrochemical methods
  • Incorporates a variety of carbon-based electrodes, including glassy carbon, composite graphite, carbon nanotube and graphene as substrate electrodes

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Electrochemistry of Dihydroxybenzene Compounds: Electrochemistry of Dihydroxybenzene Compounds focuses on developing a simple, highly sensitive and accurate voltammetric method to assess diphenols and other chemical compounds using composite-modified and glassy carbon-based electrodes. The determination of the trace levels of chemicals...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:January 23, 2017Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0128134089

ISBN - 13:9780128134085

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