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Electrochemical Analysis

Electrochemical analysis techniques use the potential, current, or charge in an electrochemical cell as a metric for testing. There are two basic categories of electrochemical analysis: bulk processes and interfacial. Bulk processes assess the quality of an entire solution. Interfacial techniques are based on what occurs at the interface between an electrode and a solution. Determining a solution’s conductivity, which is based on its concentration of dissolved ions, is one instance of a bulk electrochemical technique. Testing the pH of a solution using an electrode is one example of an interfacial electrochemical technique.

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