This volume provides a practical, intuitive approach to electroanalytical chemistry, presenting fundamental concepts and experimental techniques without the use of technical jargon or unnecessarily extensive mathematics. This edition offers new material on ways of preparing and using microelectrodes, the processes that govern the voltammetric behavior of microelectrodes, methods for characterizing chemically modified electrodes, electrochemical studies at reduced temperatures, and more. The authors cover such topics as analog instrumentation, overcoming solution resistance with stability and grace in potentiostatic circuits, conductivity and conductometry, electrochemical cells, carbon electrodes, film electrodes, microelectrodes, chemically modified electrodes, mercury electrodes, and solvents and supporting electrolytes.
"Praise for the First Edition. . . . . .an excellent and comprehensive survey. . . . . .should be found on the bookshelf of every electrochemist. "
---Trends in Analytical Chemistry
"My advice to fellow electrochemists is to buy two copies"
---one to keep for a handy reference and a second to lend to the army of friends and colleagues who are apt to descend upon us in search of the answers that they've heard the book can provide.
". . .well-produced, readable and up-to-date. . .provides much for the practised electroanalytical chemist as well as for the neophyte researcher. "
---Education in Chemistry
An overview; fundamental concepts of analytical electrochemistry; large-amplitude controlled-potential techniques; large-amplitude controlled-current techniques; small-amplitude and related controlled-potential techniques; introduction to analog instrumentation; overcoming solution resistance with stability and grace in potentiostatic circuits; conductivity and conductometry; electrochemical cells; carbon electrodes; film electrodes; microelectrodes; chemically modified electrodes; mercury electrodes; solvents and supporting electrolytes; electrochemial studies at reduced temperature; electroanalytical chemistry in molten salts; vacuum line techniques; electrochemistry in the dry box; digital simulation of electrochemical phenomena; evaluation of mechanisms of transition metal complexes; electrochemical preconcentration; controlled-current coulometry; application of electrochemistry to pharmaceutical analysis; electrochemical detection in liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis; photonic electrochemistry; principles and techniques of electrochemical-electron paramagnetic resonance experiments.