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Polarography PDF Notes

Polarography is the branch of voltammetry in which a dropping mercury electrode is used as the indicator electrode. It is the technique that deals with the effect of the potential of an electrode on the current that flows through it. The electrode whose potential is varied is called the indicator electrode.

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Polarography is the branch of voltammetry in which a dropping mercury electrode is used as the indicator electrode.


It is the technique that deals with the effect of the potential of an electrode on the current that flows through it. The electrode whose potential is varied is called the indicator electrode.

The potential between reference and indicator electrodes is varied and the consequent change in the flow of current is measured.

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