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Square-Wave Voltammetry, Berlin, Njemačka: Springer, 2007 (monografija)
Mirčeski, Valentin ; Komorsky-Lovrić, Šebojka ; Lovrić, Milivoj
Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Autorske knjige, monografija, znanstvena
Square-wave voltammetry is a technique that is readily available to anybody applying modern electrochemical measuring systems. Its use can be beneficial in analytical applications as well as in fundamental studies of electrode mechanisms. On a first glance it seems that the analytical application of square-wave voltammetry is rather simple and does not afford a deep knowledge of the background. However, this is certainly not true. For an optimal exploitation of the potential of square-wave voltammetry it is essential to know how the signal is generated and how its properties depend on the kinetics and thermodynamics of the electrode processes. For a detailed analysis of electrode mechanisms this is indispensable, of course, in any case. I am very happy that three leading experts in the field of square-wave voltammetry have agreed to write the present monograph, which in fact is the first complete book on that technique ever published in English. All three authors have a long and distinguished publishing record in electroanalysis, and especially in the theory and application of square-wave voltammetry. I wish that this monograph will make it much easier for potential users in research, industrial, and environmental laboratories, etc., to apply square-wave voltammetry for their benefit.