Technic invited to present at 17th International Conference on Electroanalysis in Rhodes, Greece
Rhodes, Greece –Temperature Compensation by Embedded Temperature Variation Method for an AC Voltammetric Analyzer of Electroplating Baths, authored by Alek Jaworski, Hanna Wikiel, and Kaz Wikiel, was presented at the 17th International Conference on Electroanalysis (ESEAC 2018) in Rhodes, Greece on June 7th.
The presentation introduces a novel comprehensive method which allows the mitigation of temperature variation effects on voltammetric scans allowing accurate concentration prediction. Specifically, the presented study introduces a multi-step, rigorous routine for the development and subsequent validation of the analytical method utilizing a chemometric model with temperature variation embedded in the regression for accurate determination of additive concentrations.
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The 17th International Conference on Electroanalysis continues a successful series of biannual international meetings initiated in 1986 by Professor Malcolm R. Smyth. The conference has a broad scope covering all fields of modern electroanalysis, from theoretical aspects to practical applications. A number of plenary and keynote lectures are presented by eminent electrochemists. The program is complemented by oral and poster presentations.