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And J. S. ) Marcel Dekker: NewYork, 1981) 39 Craig E. Lunte and William R. Heineman the electrode to give a satisfactory stripping signal in much shorter times. Since the deposition is not exhaustive, it is important to deposit the same fraction of analyte for each stripping voltammogram in a series of standards and samples. The parameters of electrode surface area, deposition time, and stirring must be carfully duplicated for all standards and samples. Deposition times vary from 60 sec to 30 rain, depending on analyte concentration, type of electrode, and stripping technique.
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Table 4 lists several compounds of pharmaceutical interest (by therapeutic type and electroactive functionality) which have been determined by LCEC. 2 Reductive Applications The majority of LCEC applications have used oxidative detection. This is likely because of the perceived difficulties encountered with reductive detection. In particular, dissolved oxygen and trace metal ions must be removed to prevent high background currents. These problems are not difficult to overcome 234)and more applications of reductive detection should appear as this is more generally realized.