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Title: Voltammetric detector for flow analysis
Issue Date: 21-Jul-1992
Citation: GUNASINGHAM, HARI (1992-07-21). Voltammetric detector for flow analysis. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: One of the fundamental limitations of voltammetric detectors in flow analysis is the problem of passivation or contamination of the working electrode. The present invention proposes a voltammetric detector based on the wall-jet principle which incorporates the concept of a replaceable working electrode. The voltammetric detector represents a significant improvement over existing detectors which are fully enclosed or sealed devices precluding easy replacement of the working electrode. The design of the present invention provides a detector where the top is fully open and where the solution volume is maintained by the outlet positioning. The other feature of the proposed detector is an optimised geometry that provides well defined wall-jet flow characteristics which is not provided in existing detectors.
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