"Why not stoichiometry" versus "Stoichiometry--why not?" Part II: GATES in context with redox systems.

@article{MichaowskaKaczmarczyk2015WhyNS,
  title={"Why not stoichiometry" versus "Stoichiometry--why not?" Part II: GATES in context with redox systems.},
  author={Anna Maria Michałowska-Kaczmarczyk and Agustin G Asuero and Marcin Toporek and Tadeusz Michałowski},
  journal={Critical reviews in analytical chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={
          241-69
        }
}
Redox equilibria and titration play an important role in chemical analysis, and the formulation of an accurate mathematical description is a challenge. This article is devoted to static and (mainly) dynamic redox systems; the dynamic systems are represented by redox titrations. An overview addresses earlier approaches to static redox systems (redox diagram plots, including Pourbaix diagrams) and to titration redox systems, thereby covering a gap in the literature. After this short review, the… CONTINUE READING
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