About the book
This book aims to guide and equip readers with the basics of voltammetry, focusing more on practical examples rather than theoretical proofs to ensure less barrier for beginners to conduct experiments on the subject. An introduction to the electrochemical analysis of cyclic and linear sweep voltammetry and the three-electrode system often used in electrochemical analyses is welcomed, followed by theory involved in voltammetry signals characterization. After the basic theory of voltammetry is laid out, the underlying concepts that explain what happens at the electrode-solution interface will aim to be explained, followed by practical examples of how voltammetry is used in enzymatic sensors and energy storage devices. Furthermore, a subset of electrochemical sensors called ion-selective electrodes for biomedical applications aims to be introduced.