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Estimation of arsenic in ground water using different voltammetric techniques at gold electrodes. A comparative study

Estimation of arsenic in ground water using different voltammetric techniques at gold electrodes. A comparative study

Journal of the Saudi Chemical Society 10(2): 211-218

Arsenic (As) ions in the groundwater of different parts of Bangladesh was estimated using different stripping analysis techniques with gold button electrode and gold film on glassy carbon electrode. The anodic stripping voltammetric (ASV) methods were used to measure low and high concentration of As in groundwater.

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