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Heavy Metals

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Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals 5/5 – The Standard Addition Analysis

This chapter is the last in the series ‘Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals by Stripping Voltammetry’. Another technique is discussed, namely the standard addition analysis.

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Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals 4/5 – Stripping Analysis

This chapter is part of the series ‘Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals by Stripping Voltammetry’. In this chapter the theory on the analysis used in the corresponding experiment, namely stripping analysis, is explained.

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Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals 3/5 – Multiple Species Analysis with Square Wave Voltammetry

This chapter is part of the series ‘Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals by Stripping Voltammetry’. This chapter covers the basics of Square Wave Voltammetry.

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Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals 2/5 – Why Care about Heavy Metals?

This chapter is the first in the series ‘Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals by Stripping Voltammetry’. This chapter highlights the relevance of heavy metal detection.

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Detection of Multiple Heavy Metals 1/5- Introduction

For many lab technicians, quantitative analysis is an everyday task. Monitoring processes, product quality, etc. are common tasks for electrochemical analysis. With raising awareness of pollution, monitoring heavy metals in water reservoirs, pipes, rivers, etc. is getting more and more important. Heavy metals are very suitable for electrochemical detection and even very low concentrations can be measured. Quantification limits in the range of parts per trillion (ppt) have been demonstrated.

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