Electrochemical Behavior of Crystal Violet on Glassy Carbon Electrodes
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- Perekotii, V.V., Temerdashev, Z.A., Tsyupko, T.G. et al. Journal of Analytical Chemistry (2002) 57: 448. doi:10.1023/A:1015421927771
The electrochemical behavior of Crystal Violet (CV) on the surface of a glassy carbon electrode in potassium chloride, nitrate, and iodide supporting electrolytes was studied using stripping voltammetry. It was demonstrated that an electroactive complex of CV with iodine was adsorbed on the electrode in a KI solution. This property can be used for determining iodide by adsorption–stripping voltammetry.