Electrochemical metal speciation in natural and model polyelectrolyte systems

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Hoop, van den, M.A.G.T.;
  • Publisher: Van den Hoop
  • Subject: metalen | dubbelzouten | elektrolyten | electrochemistry | chemische speciatie | chemical speciation | elektrochemie | metals | Electrochemie | electrolytes | double salts

<p>The purpose of the research described in this thesis was to examine the applicability of electro-analytical techniques in obtaining information on the speciation of metals, i.e. their distribution over different physico-chemical forms, in aquatic systems contai... View more
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