Voltammetry in electrolyte-free liquids using a three-electrode probe with a sol–gel matrix

Widera, J.; Steinecker, W.H.; Pacey, G.E.; Cox, J.A.
January 2003
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry;Jan2003, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p121
Academic Journal
Examines whether the three-electrode cell with a silica sol-gel as the electrolyte was suited to the voltammetric determination of analytes in electrolyte-free liquids. Use of a cell design that does not require current flow through the sample matrix; Consideration of solids prepared by sol-gel chemistry as alternatives to organic ionomers; Voltammetric determination of gas-phase carbon monoxide.


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