Use of Cadmium to Determine Complexing Capacities and Conditional Stability Constants of Other Metal-ligand Systems via Anodic Stripping Voltammetry
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Quantification of the binding of metal ions which strongly complex with the organic components in natural waters is very difficult or impossible to measure directly. This paper shows that using competition via Cd2+ and the differential pulse stripping voltammetric technique provides an indirect route to quantifying organic ligand complexation by e.g. lanthanide metal ions.
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Polyhedron, v. 14, issue 13-14, p. 1759-1763
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Laurie, Stuart H. and Byrne, Robert H., "Use of Cadmium to Determine Complexing Capacities and Conditional Stability Constants of Other Metal-ligand Systems via Anodic Stripping Voltammetry" (1995). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 1703.