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.

chapter 1|9 pages

An Overview

chapter 9|25 pages

Electrochemical Cells

chapter 10|40 pages

Carbon Electrodes

chapter 11|33 pages

Film Electrodes

chapter 12|36 pages


chapter 13|40 pages

Chemically Modified Electrodes

chapter 14|26 pages

Mercury Electrodes

chapter 18|25 pages

Vacuum-Line Techniques

chapter 19|13 pages

Electrochemistry in the Dry Box

chapter 22|41 pages

Electroorganic Synthesis

chapter 24|19 pages

Electrochemical Preconcentration

chapter 25|30 pages

Controlled-Current Coulometry