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Electrochemical determination of surface active compounds at noble metal ultramicroelectrodes in flowing solutions
In this work, a new electrochemical detection method was developed with the ability to determine a wide range of inorganic and organic species at, trace levels. In brief, the detection method takes advantage of all ...
Development of methods for determination of adsorption kinetics at metal electrodes
Adsorption at metal electrodes is usually a very fast process and it plays a most important role in many areas of industry. The thermodynamics of the process are well known for many systems. However, there is currently ...
1H NMR and potentiometric studies of copper (II) speciation in ruminants
Copper is one of the most important trace elements in ruminant nutrition. Its deficiency causes certain pathologies that can be cured by supplementation, by either five ("inorganic") or complexed ("chelated") forms. ...
The photochemistry and photophysics of cis- and trans-[Cr(cyclam)(NCS)2]+ ions in aqueous and nonaqueous solvents
The external parameters of solvent, pressure, and temperature were used to study the effects of these agents on the photochemical and photophysical properties of cis-[Cr(cyclam)(NCS)2]ClO4. This study was performed in ...
Photophysics and spectroscopy of tropolone and its van der Waals complexes
Tropolone (TRN), a pseudo-aromatic molecule which undergoes intramolecular proton transfer in both its ground and excited states, has been chosen as a model for the study of excited state proton transfer processes in ...