Antimony Voltammetric Characteristics on Organo-Modified Electrodes and Its Determination after Fire Shot

I. Sorokin, S. Nekhoroshev, G. Slepchenko, A. Gazaliyev, S. Kabiyeva, Z. Rakhimberlinova, A. Takibayeva

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Abstract

There are presented studies of antimony determination by the method of inversion voltammetry with the use of a silver modified electrode. It was established that the modified electrodes with placing diazonium salts with a carboxyl group possess sufficient sensitivity under the condition of placing aryldiazonium tosylate: the contact time is no more than 3 sec. with concentration of C=0.1 mg/l, as well as the algorithm of sample preparation of targets after a fire shot.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)579-586
Number of pages8
JournalInternational Journal of Applied Chemistry
Volume11
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Antimony
  • Aryldiazonium tosylate
  • Forensic inquiry
  • Inversion voltammetry
  • Organo-modified electrode
  • Sample preparation
  • Target

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemistry(all)

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    Sorokin, I., Nekhoroshev, S., Slepchenko, G., Gazaliyev, A., Kabiyeva, S., Rakhimberlinova, Z., & Takibayeva, A. (2015). Antimony Voltammetric Characteristics on Organo-Modified Electrodes and Its Determination after Fire Shot. International Journal of Applied Chemistry, 11(5), 579-586.