Determination of Arsenate Ions by Stripping Voltammetry at a Silver Electrode
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Trace amounts of arsenate ions can be determined by stripping voltammetry at a silver electrode. Cathodic polarization curves exhibited one current peak corresponding to the electrostripping of a compound formed by arsenate ions with silver. The areas of stripping peaks expressed in Coulomb can serve as analytical signals in the determination of arsenate ions by stripping voltammetry.
KeywordsAnalytical Chemistry Arsenate Trace Amount Analytical Signal Polarization Curve
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