Elimination Procedure as a Novel and Promising Mathematical Approach in Voltammetric Methods.
|Year of publication||2010|
|Type||Article in Periodical|
|Magazine / Source||Electroanalysis|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Keywords||Elimination voltammetry with linear scan; Cyclic voltammetry; Elimination coefficients; Current elimination coefficients beta(EVLS); Different scan rates|
|Description||In the contribution, it has been demonstrated that Elimination Voltamtnetry with Linear Scan (EVES) introduces an enhancement of the linear sweep and/or cyclic voltammetric results, and provides information about the type of the currents involved in the considered process. An extension of EVLS has been developed for any combination of scan rates (integers) for six elimination functions that are capable of conserving or eliminating of some voltammetric current components. Simple procedure to obtain the necessary coefficients from the chosen scan rates has been reported. In addition, the calculation and discussion of the relative error of elimination function (REEF) have been presented. The verification of the presented calculations has been done by studying different ratios of scan rates for reduction and oxidation processes of Cd(II) at a hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE).|