2nd October 2019

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What is e1 2?

Deleted profile. Added an answer. For reversible system E1/2 is mean of anodic and cathodic peak potential..But for irreversible system E1/2 is the potential at which value of current is half of the peak current.

Hereof, what is a cyclic voltammetry?

Cyclic Voltammetry (CV) is an electrochemical technique which measures the current that develops in an electrochemical cell under conditions where voltage is in excess of that predicted by the Nernst equation. CV is performed by cycling the potential of a working electrode, and measuring the resulting current.

What is the use of potentiometry?

Definition of Potentiometry. Potentiometry is one of the methods of electroanalytical chemistry. It is usually employed to find the concentration of a solute in solution. In potentiometric measurements, the potential between two electrodes is measured using a high impedance voltmeter.

What is stripping voltammetry?

Stripping voltammetry is a very sensitive method for the analysis of trace concentrations of electroactive species in solution. Detection limits for metal ions at sub-ppb concentrations have been reported. There are 3 important parts in a stripping experiment: Deposition.
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