(Table 2) Concentrations of dissolved Zn, Cd, Pb, and Cu in waters of the Baltic Sea, supplement to: Kravtsov, Victor A (1991): Determination of small amounts of zinc, lead, and copper in seawater and interstitial water by inversion voltammetry. Oceanology, 31(4), 492-496

Victor A Kravtsov
A method of determination of low concentrations of zinc, cadmium, lead, and copper dissolved in seawater and interstitial water with use of inversion voltammetry with AC solution conditions is described. The optimum conditions for measurements with accumulation on a mercury-film electrode with a silver substrate are presented. Detection limit is 0.2 ?g/l for zinc and 0.05 ?g/l for cadmium, lead, and copper. Large number of determinations can be carried out during expeditions at natural pH...
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