|Statement||[by] Stal G. Mairanovskii. Translated from Russian by Bela M. Fabuss. Translation editor: Petr Zuman.|
|LC Classifications||QD115 .M3313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 352 p.|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||67010535|
Catalytic And Kinetic Waves In Polarography. Home; Brdicka and by K; About The * This is true primarily of elec trode processes that involve organic our knowledge of the mechanism of electrode processes increases, it becomes more and more apparent that the kinetic currents first observed by R. Books > Chemistry. Catalytic And. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Maĭranovskiĭ, S.G. (Stalʹ Grigorʹevich). Catalytic and kinetic waves in polarography (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: S G Maĭranovskiĭ. Get this from a library! Catalytic and kinetic waves in polarography. Translation editor: Petr Zuman.. [Stal' Grigor'evich Maĭranovskiĭ; Petr Zuman]. Usually, the condition for appearance of mixed kinetic currents is a relatively low adsorptivity of the electrochemically inactive depolarizer form (at the given potential). Rigorous development of equations giving the dependence for mixed volume—surface currents from the determining factors raises serious mathematical : Stal’ G. Mairanovskii.
The book contains 22 chapters and opens with a discussion of the principles of polarography. This is followed by separate chapters on polarizable electrodes used in polarography; charging current; influence of the resistance of the electrolyte on polarographic curves; migration and diffusion-controlled currents; and equation of a reversible polarographic wave. The book contains 22 chapters and opens with a discussion of the principles of polarography. This is followed by separate chapters on polarizable electrodes used in polarography; charging current; influence of the resistance of the electrolyte on polarographic curves; migration and diffusion-controlled currents; and equation of a reversible polarographic Edition: 1. Polarography came to existence first as “electrolysis with dropping mercury cathode” in [1, 2] The current‐potential curves measured with that electrode, which was until then unusual in electrolysis, came out well reproducible, much better than with any other described measurements of electrolytic current‐potential curves with mirror galvanometer were done manually Cited by: 6. The simple principle of polarography is the study of solutions or of electrode processes by means of electrolysis with two electrodes, one polarizable and one unpolarizable, the former formed by mercury regularly dropping from a capillary tube. Polarography is a specific type of measurement that falls into the general category of linear-sweep voltammetry where the electrode potential is altered in a linear .
Purchase Advances in Polarography - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Kinetic Currents in Polarography Polarography of Ethanolamine Complexes of Iron, Cadmium, Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Lead and Zinc Influence of Cobalt and Nickel on the Catalytic Waves of Proteins and of Some Amino AcidsBook Edition: 1. REVIEW ARTICLE APPLICATIONS OF POLAROGRAPHY IN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS BY J. E. PAGE, , Ph.D., F.R.I.C. Glaxo Laboratories, Ltd., Greenford, MiddIesex INTRODUCTION THE polarographic method of analysis was devised by Professor J. Heyrovskjr in Prague about 25 years ago, but it is only during the lastCited by: 6. This corrects the article "Characteristics of Polarographic Catalytic Waves Observed with Bovine-Serum Albumin: Kinetic or Diffusion Control" on page Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Studies of Electrode Processes of Oxovanadium (IV). IV. Catalytic Reduction of Acetylacetone Coupled with Cathodic Reduction of Bis(acetylacetonato)oxovanadium(IV). Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan , 50 (12), DOI: /bcsjCited by: