DROP AMALGAM VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY OF LEAD COMPLEXATION BY NATURAL INORGANIC LIGANDS IN A SALT LAKE

@article{Ntale2004DROPAV,
  title={DROP AMALGAM VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY OF LEAD COMPLEXATION BY NATURAL INORGANIC LIGANDS IN A SALT LAKE},
  author={Muhammad Ntale and J. T. Nyangababo and Knut H Schroeder},
  journal={Bulletin of The Chemical Society of Ethiopia},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={91-100}
}
A study of inorganic complexation of lead using drop amalgam voltammetry is described. The study has been carried out in simulated salt lake water and at ionic strength of 7.35 M, the predetermined ionic strength of Lake Katwe. The complexation of lead with the simple ligands (Cl - , CO 3 2- ) created anodic waves and the shifts of the peak potentials of lead with the introduction of varying concentrations of each ligand measured. The analysis of these shifts furnished information about the… 

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