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A method for the determination of chlorine and hypochlorous acid in 0.1N sulphuric acid by voltammetry is described. The method may be applied to stirred and flowing solutions and has a possible use in the monitoring of sewage effluent systems.
A platinum electrode, a Radelkis OP-C-7111D graphite electrode and a laboratory-prepared silicone-rubber-based membrane graphite electrode were used in potentiometric titrations of reducing substances with bromine in acetic acid. In determinations of hydroquinone, 2-methylhydroquinone, 2-chlorohydroquinone and ascorbic acid, the Radelkis electrode showed… (More)
Cardiac channelopathies are linked to an increased risk of ventricular arrhythmia and sudden death. This article reviews the clinical characteristics and genetic basis of common cardiac ion-channel diseases, highlights some genotype-phenotype correlations, and summarizes genetic testing for inheritable cardiac channelopathies.