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September 8, 1951

The Polarographic Method of Analysis

JAMA. 1951;147(2):204. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670190104039

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Abstract

This book was written to present the subject of polarography in such a manner that it would be of practical value for students and teachers in physical chemistry and also serve for advanced specialized study in analytical chemistry.

The first chapter discusses the various electro-methods available for analysis. The remaining seven chapters give details concerning the apparatus used, discuss the fundamentals of qualitative and quantitative polarography, consider the recent developments and the possible applications of this electro-analytical method of analysis, and include some valuable suggestions for practical polarography. The volume contains 26 experiments, which are designed to illustrate the various ideas discussed. A brief bibliography and an index are also included.

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