Aluminum in drinking water by adsorptive stripping voltammetry using alizarin red S (DASA) as complexing agent

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Aluminum can be determined in drinking water by adsorptive stripping voltammetry at the HMDE using alizarin red S (DASA) as complexing agent. The method is linear up to 35 μg/L. The detection limit for this method is β(Al) = 1 μg/L, the limit of quantification is β(Al) = 3 μg/L. The sensitivity of the method cannot be increased by deposition.