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Pb(O) (10) with the reduction product Pb dissolving in the mercury electrode by amalgamation. During this step the solution is stirred to maximize the rate of accumulation of Pb in the mercury. Thus, lead ion is electrochemically extracted as elemental lead into the mercury electrode, the volume of which is considerably less than the volume of sample solution in the electrochemical cell. The resulting "solutic~n" of metal atoms in the liquid mercury is substantially more concentrated than the solution of metal ions being analyzed, by a factor of up to 106.

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Heineman, in "Water Quality Measurement: The Modern Analytical Techniques", (H. B. Mark, Jr. and J. S. ) Marcel Dekker: NewYork, 1981) 39 Craig E. Lunte and William R. Heineman the electrode to give a satisfactory stripping signal in much shorter times. Since the deposition is not exhaustive, it is important to deposit the same fraction of analyte for each stripping voltammogram in a series of standards and samples. The parameters of electrode surface area, deposition time, and stirring must be carfully duplicated for all standards and samples.

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