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Volt-ampere investigation of solutions of benzhydroxamic acid


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    A polarographic investigation of BHA showed that on a background of pH 7–11 the reduction current for BHA at E1/2=−1.8 V is proportional to the concentration.

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    Volt-ampere curves were obtained for the oxidation of BHA on platinum and graphite microelectrodes and the relationship of E1/2 and Eoxid to pH was established. The diffusion current was proportional to the concentration over a wide pH range.

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Gallai, Z.A., Alimarin, I.P. & Sheina, N.M. Volt-ampere investigation of solutions of benzhydroxamic acid. Russ Chem Bull 12, 1890–1891 (1963).

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  • Oxidation
  • Graphite
  • Platinum
  • Reduction Current
  • Diffusion Current