Title

Stripping voltammetry for on-site analysis of heavy metals: Working electrode and automation options

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Journal of Environmental Conservation Engineering

Publisher

Society of Environmental Conservation Engineering

School

School of Science

RAS ID

20193

Comments

Originally published as: Lewtas, P., Fujikawa, Y. & Wajrak, M. (2015). Stripping voltammetry for on-site analysis of heavy metals: Working electrode and automation options. Journal of Environmental Conservation Engineering, 44(10), 537-544.

Please note: This item is in the Japanese language.

Abstract

Voltammetric methods provide a powerful tool for on-site screening and analysis of a wide variety of heavy metals. Although relatively cheap to install and operate, for some metals, it is the only option for on-site determination at, or below, the regulatory limits for drinking water, and the variety of analyte metals is unmatched by alternative on site methods such as colourimetry. However, this very flexibility and the wide variety of methods available can be confusing to users with limited or no experience of voltammetry. This paper reviews some of the factors and options to be considered when selecting from the range of voltammetric methods available.

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