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A classical electroanalytical technique discovered in 1922 by J. Heyrovsky, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1959. Essentially, it is linear-sweep voltammetry using a dropping-mercury electrode for working electrode and a large mercury pool as counter electrode.

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