Where Modern Electroanalytical Methods Verge Fifty Years after Nobel Prize for Polarography

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J. Barek, K. Pecková, and V. Vyskočil

UNESCO Laboratory of Environmental Electrochemistry, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague


The review summarizes some recent trends in modern electroanalytical methods. Attention is paid to new electrode materials (solid and paste amalgams, bismuth, boron-doped diamond). The state of the art in the field of chemically modified electrodes, electrochemical sensors and electrochemical measurements in flow systems is briefly discussed.


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