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Master of Science (MS)
As a tool of analysis, both qualitative and quantitative, the polarograph is constantly growing in importance. It has been employed for laboratory analysis of most oxidizable and reducible ions and has been adapted for wide industrial applications. The author became interested in polarographic analysis of arsenic when it was found that no available literature described any industrial use of the polarographic method in arsenic analysis. The material chosen to be analyzed was lead base bearing alloys.
Sullivan, Rose T., "Polarographic Determination of Arsenic in Lead Base Bearing Alloys" (1953). Master's Theses (1922-2009) Access restricted to Marquette Campus. 2737.