USE OF THE METHOD OF POLAROGRAPHY WITH ACCUMULATION (INVERSION VOLTAMPEROMETRY) IN THE ANALYSIS OF MACRO- AND MICRO-OBJECTS (REVIEW).

A. A. Kaplin, A. G. Stromberg, N. P. Pikula

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Abstract

A review of the literature is presented that makes the systemization of the published work on the analytical use of the method of amalgam and film polarography with accumulation, from the first publications, up to 1976. Generalization for separate periods of time, was carried out, for example, in monographs, reviews, and conference proceedings. The main periods were sorted out for investigations on the determination of separate elements by the method of amalgam and film polarography with accumulation (APA and FPA), for the determination of microimpurity elements in specially pure substances.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInd Lab (USSR)
Pages463-480
Number of pages18
Volume43
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1977

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Polarographic analysis
Mercury amalgams
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USE OF THE METHOD OF POLAROGRAPHY WITH ACCUMULATION (INVERSION VOLTAMPEROMETRY) IN THE ANALYSIS OF MACRO- AND MICRO-OBJECTS (REVIEW). / Kaplin, A. A.; Stromberg, A. G.; Pikula, N. P.

Ind Lab (USSR). Vol. 43 4. ed. 1977. p. 463-480.

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