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Flow-injection analysis with a small cylindrical wire type electrode

Zhivko Denchev and Nikola Nikolov
From the journal Open Chemistry

Abstract

An amperometric detector with a small thin mercury film electrode is described. The device demonstrates advantageous operational characteristics such as small dispersion (D<2) and “memory effect” (me<0.6%), extensive maximum sample frequency (msf −200 samples/h), and high sensitivity. It has been proven useful in flow-injection analysis at a constant potential under hydrodynamic conditions.

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