Determination of Copper in Wine by Anodic Stripping Voltammetry with Rotating Glassy Carbon and Microfiber Carbon Electrode
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Anodic stripping voltammetry (ASV) with rotating glassy carbon electrode (RGCE) and microfiber carbon electrode (mu FCE), both filmed with mercury, were used to determine copper content in wine. Influence of phenolics on in situ mercury film formation was studied. Wine and quercetin were added gradually into solution of Hg(II) in acetic acid-sodium acetate buffer (pH = 4.60). Reduction of Hg(II) was observed in both cases. In situ filmed electrode was found unsuitable. Results obtained using ex situ filmed RGCE and mu FCE were found in good agreement with ASV using hanging mercury drop electrode. Thus, ASV with ex situ mercury filmed electrodes can be recommended for accurate quantification of copper in complex samples containing phenolics, without any special pretreatments.
Keywords:anodic stripping voltammetry / glassy carbon electrode / carbon microfiber electrode / mercury film electrode / wine / copper
Source:Croatica Chemica Acta, 2017, 90, 2, 353-357
- Croatian Chemical Soc, Zagreb