Advances in Polarography. Proceedings of the Second by Ian S. Longmuir

By Ian S. Longmuir

Advances in Polarography, quantity 2 covers the lawsuits of the second one overseas Congress held at Cambridge in 1959 in honor of the seventieth birthday of Professor Heyrovsky.
This quantity consists of 35 chapters and starts with in depth discussions at the theoretical and primary points, in addition to pertinent equations in polarography. enormous chapters are dedicated to the chemical and metallurgical purposes of the strategy, with emphasis at the hint choice of definite compounds. the remainder chapters discover different program of particular polarographic procedure, resembling nicotinic acid, iso-benzpyrylium salts, and steel advanced research.

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For case A we have also calculated a current-time curve from equation (15), using the (" exact ") x'-t relationship of Fig. I I , 3, for times up to 0-2 sec. The " exact " p curve for this case was given in Fig. 1. The upper solid line in Fig. 4 represents the current calculated in this manner. For comparison the calculated it-t curve, using the (approximate) x-t relationship, has also been drawn (lower solid line). I n the latter case we have calculated the lumen correction from x' rather t h a n x (note t h a t equation (14) gives no real values of L for x > x'o).

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