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© 2002

Electroanalytical Methods

Guide to Experiments and Applications

  • Fritz Scholz
  • Strictly practice-oriented book on the application of electro-analytical methods in chemistry, biochemistry, life sciences, engineering and physics

  • Has no theoretical overload and introduces practitioners directly to application and measurement techniques

Textbook

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXII
  2. Basic Electrochemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. György Inzelt
      Pages 29-48
  3. Electroanalytical Techniques

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 49-49
    2. Frank Marken, Andreas Neudeck, Alan M. Bond
      Pages 51-97
    3. Zbigniew Stojek
      Pages 99-110
    4. Milivoj Lovrić
      Pages 111-136
    5. György Inzelt
      Pages 137-148
    6. Utz Retter, Heinz Lohse
      Pages 149-166
    7. Andreas Neudeck, Frank Marken, Richard G. Compton
      Pages 167-189
    8. Milivoj Lovrić
      Pages 191-210
    9. Dirk A. Fiedler, Fritz Scholz
      Pages 211-222
    10. Heike Kahlert
      Pages 223-241
  4. Electrodes and Electrolytes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 243-243
    2. Šebojka Komorsky-Lovrić
      Pages 245-260
    3. Heike Kahlert
      Pages 261-278
    4. Šebojka Komorsky-Lovrić
      Pages 279-300
    5. Zbigniew Stojek
      Pages 301-305

About this book

Introduction

The scope of this book is to guide students and scientists to successful experiments and applications of modern electroanalytical techniques. It is written for chemists, biochemists, biologists, environmental and material scientists, physicists, medical scientists, and, most importantly, students of all branches of science. The book does not require any specialization in electrochemistry. A basic knowledge of chemistry and physics is sufficient. Electroanalytical techniques give access to a variety of most important information on chemical, biochemical and physical systems. This book provides the necessary theoretical background of electrochemistry and the most frequently used measuring techniques. Special attention is given to experimental details and data evaluation.

Keywords

Chemical Analysis Coulometry Electroanalysis Electrodes Experiment NIR Potentiometry UV UV/VIS Voltammetry electrochemistry spectroscopy thermodynamics

Editors and affiliations

  • Fritz Scholz
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Chemistry and BiochemistryE.-M.-Arndt-Universität GreifswaldGreifswaldGermany

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Reviews

From the reviews:

"The scope of this book is to guide advanced students and scientists to successful experiments and applications of modern electro-analytical methods. … This guide is warmly recommended to interested chemists, biochemists, biologists, environmental and material scientists, physicists, medical scientists and, especially, to students of all these scientific disciplines." (Advances in Food Sciences, Vol. 25 (3), 2003)

"Electrochemistry is a diverse subject practiced by a multitude of workers in different branches of science … . Fritz Scholz and his twelve-strong team … are to be congratulated on the production of a highly readable and well-structured book. … The book is very well laid out, and easy to read. … All in all, I think this is a very well written book, and will be useful for both undergraduates and practicing electrochemists alike, both in and outside the laboratory." (Jay D. Wadhawan, Chemical Educator, Vol. 7 (5), 2002)

"The scope of this book is to guide advanced students and scientists to successful experiments and applications of modern electroanalytical techniques. It is written for chemists, biochemists, biologists, environmental and material scientists, physicists, medical scientists and, most importantly, students of all branches of science. … This book provides the necessary theoretical background of electrochemistry and the most frequently used measuring techniques. Special attention is given to experimental details and data evaluation." (Metrohm - Information, Vol. 31 (3), 2002)

"Electrochemical methods for qualitative, and especially quantitative, analysis, are unrivalled in their sensitivity and limits of detectability for many applications. … The publishers have produced the book with care to a high standard. It collects together much information … and presents it in a clearer and more connected form in many cases, together with some useful advice and stimulating ideas. … The book fills a gap with regard to some methods that have previously not been adequately covered … it also provides many practical hints." (Rudolf Holze, Angewandte Chemie, Vol. 41 (18), 2002)