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When growth irradiance changes, phytoplankton acclimates by changing allocations to cellular components to re-balance their capacity to absorb photons versus their capacity to use the electrons from the oxidation of water at photosystem II. Published changes in the cellular allocations resulting from photoacclimation across algal groups highlight that algae(More)
This work reports the determination of ultra-trace of Sb(III) in seawater by using a stripping chronopotentiometric (SCP) method with a mercury film electrode. A sensitivity and detection limit of 360 ms L microg(-1) and 8 ng L(-1) (70 pM), respectively, were accomplished for a 15-min electrolysis time. Compared to the only two chronopotentiometric methods(More)
An electrochemical method based on stripping chronopotentiometry (SCP) with a gold film electrode has been developed for determining arsenic in seawater. The detection limits were 0.053 ppb (0.71 nM) and 0.022 ppb (0.29 nM) for total inorganic As (As(T)) and As(III) after deposition times of 60 and 150 s, respectively. Compared to other stripping(More)
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