Advances in Polarography - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483198460, 9781483223490

Advances in Polarography

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Second International Congress Held at Cambridge 1959

Editors: Ian S. Longmuir
eBook ISBN: 9781483223490
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1960
Page Count: 410
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Advances in Polarography, Volume 3 covers the proceedings of the Second International Congress held at Cambridge in 1959 in honor of the 70th birthday of Professor Heyrovsky.
This volume is composed of 40 chapters. Considerable chapters describe the application of polarographic techniques in chemistry, including analysis of carbon-nitrogen single bond, formamides, and numerous organic compounds. Other chapters are devoted to the metallurgical and biological applications of polarography. The last chapters survey the depolarization of the dropping mercury electrode by aqueous suspensions.

Table of Contents

Volume 3

Polarographic Reduction of the Single Carbon-Nitrogen Bond

Influence of Substituents in Aliphatic and Heterocyclic Series

Polarography in the Formamides

The Effect of Some Nitrogen-Containing Substances on the Polarographic Reduction of Weak Acids and their Bases

Polarographic Study of 2:2'-Pyridoin and 2:2'-Pyridil

Polarography of Aluminum

Polarographic Reduction of Phthalic Acid Amides

Polarographic Studies of the Sulphate and Sulphocyanide Complexes of Trivalent and Tetravalent Titanium

Ãœber das Polarographische Verhalten von Chromon- und Cumarinderivaten

Le Comportement Polarographique et Oscillo-Polarographique de Ä‚ Acide a-Lipoi'que et de Ä‚ Amide Correspondante

On the Reduction Potential of Isomeric Pyridine and Quinoline Aldehydes

Chemical Constitution and Polarographic Half-Wave Potentials of Some Aromatic Halogen Derivatives

Über den Einfluss Organischer Lösungsmittel auf das Halbstufen-Potential Von T1+ und Cd2+

Some Findings Concerning the Polarographic Behavior of Cystine in the Presence of Cobaltous and Cobaltic Ions

Influence of Cobalt and Nickel on the Catalytic Waves of Proteins and of Some Amino Acids

Die Polarographie in Wasserfreiem Dimethylsulfoxyd

Some Aspects of the Polarography of Organic Substances in Organic Solvents

Some Contributions of Polarography in Dimethylformamide to the Study of the Structure of Coals

Polarography in Molten Nitrates

The Use of Solid Micro-Electrodes with Special Reference to High-Temperature Systems

A.C. Polarography of Chelate-Complexed Metallic Ions

Oscillographic Study of Benzaldehyde in Aqueous Buffered Solutions

Biological and Medical Applications of Polarography

Polarographische Sauerstoff-Bestimmung im Kammerwasser des Auges

Use of Polarography in the Investigation of the Reaction of a Hapten and its Homologous Antibody Globulins

Polarographic Investigations of the Behavior of Lead under the Action of Calcium Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetate in Lead Poisoning

Die Gestaltung Der Brdicka-Wellen und der—SH,—S—S—Werte Nativer Tierseren im Zusammenhangen mit der Spezifischen Strahlenempfindlichkeiten

An Improved Polarographic Method of the Estimation of Oxygen Consumption by Ex Vivo Tissues

A Contribution to the Study of Substances Giving Brdicka's Polarographic Filtrate Reaction

Direct Determination of Concentrations of the Antituberculosis Drug, 2-Ethyl-4-Thiocarbamoylpyridine, in Biological Fluids

The Polarography of Ergothioneine

Recherches Polarographiques sur les Propriétés Photo-Oxydantes des Furocoumarines et d'Autres Substances Photo-Dynamiques

Polarography of Thiamine Disulphide and Related Compounds

Polaroactivité Quantitative des Protides des Milieux Biologiques

Education in Polarography

Polarographic Method of Measurement of Surface of Finely Divided Solids

Coulometric Criteria of Chargeability (Potential Constancy) of Reference Electrodes used in Polarography

On the Morphology of the Brdicka Catalytic Wave of Hydrogen

Oscillographic Behavior of Insoluble Substances

Depolarization of the Dropping Mercury Electrode by Suspensions of Insoluble Substances

Author Index


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