RECENT ADVANCES AND PROSPECTS OF SQUARE-WAVE VOLTAMMETRY

Valentin Mirčeski, Leon Stojanov, Sławomira Skrzypek

Abstract


This review concerns recent methodological advances of square-wave voltammetry as one of the most sophisticated
members of the pulse voltammetric techniques. Besides addressing recent theoretical works and representatives of
advanced analytical studies, an emphasis is given to a few novel methodological concepts such as kinetic analysis at
constant scan rate, cyclic square-wave voltammetry, multisampling square-wave voltammetry, and electrochemical faradaic
spectroscopy. For the purpose of improving analytical performances of the technique two new methods are proposed
for the first time.

Keywords


square-wave voltammetry; electrode mechanisms; electrode kinetics INTRODUCTION

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