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- n. Any of several electrochemical analytical technique in which a current is measured as a voltage is varied
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NO concentration (direct measures by voltammetry) was determined in central (brain) and peripheral (blood) compartments in healthy and infected animals at various days post-infection: D5, D10, D16 and D22.
Potentiometric titration, Karl Fischer titration, ion chromatography, voltammetry and process, and online analysis.
The 13 experiments described in the Practical Voltammetry (8.757.5003) monograph are intended to introduce the reader to the basic principles of polarography and voltammetry using a mercury electrode and provides examples showing the use of these methods in analytical chemistry.
Pollutants will be detected in a flow-through system using a range of electroanalytical techniques, which include: differential pulse voltammetry, standard and pulse amperometries.
Automation in titration, voltammetry, ion chromatography and process control
Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph. D. or M.D., and should have expertise in at least one of the following areas: extracellular or intracellular electrophysiology in vivo, neuroanatomical track tracing, cyclic voltammetry or mouse behavior.