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Title: STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY OF THIN MERCURY FILMS AT THE WALL-JET ELECTRODE.
Authors: Gunasingham, Hari 
Ang, K.P.
Ngo, C.C.
Issue Date: Feb-1985
Citation: Gunasingham, Hari,Ang, K.P.,Ngo, C.C. (1985-02). STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY OF THIN MERCURY FILMS AT THE WALL-JET ELECTRODE.. Analytical Chemistry 57 (2) : 505-508. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A semiempirical framework for the theory of stripping voltammetry at the wall-jet electrode is described based on a thin-layer approximation. Experimental results show that the theory holds for the irreversible stripping of very thin mercury films of the order of a monolayer. This study shows one of the advantages of the wall-jet electrode: namely, the ability to perform the preelectrolysis and stripping steps in different sample streams.
Source Title: Analytical Chemistry
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/94892
ISSN: 00032700
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