biamperometry

biamperometry

[¦bī‚am·pə′räm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
Amperometric titration that uses two polarizing or indicating electrodes to detect the end point of a redox reaction between the substance being titrated and the titrant.
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biamperometry was employed in the analysis of tea, wine, and coffee using glassy carbon electrodes [158].
Biamperometry The reaction of the antioxidant with the oxidized form of a reversible indicating redox couple in an electrochemical cell containing two identical electrodes.
Among different methods for measurement of vitamin C, such as electrophoresis [4], chromatography [5], voltammetry [2], biamperometry [6], spectrophotometry [7], high-performance liquid chromatography [8] and titration by iodine [9], the simple redox titration of AA by 2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol (DCPIP) is accepted as a standard method for determination of vitamin C [9, 10].