5 edition of Potentiometry and ion selective electrodes found in the catalog.
Potentiometry and ion selective electrodes
by Published on behalf of ACOL, Thames Polytechnic, London, by Wiley in Chichester [West Sussex], New York
Written in English
Bibliography: p. xvii.
|Statement||author, Alun Evans ; editor, Arthur M. James on behalf of ACOL.|
|Series||Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning, Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning (Series)|
|Contributions||James, A. M. 1923-, ACOL (Project)|
|LC Classifications||QD116.P68 E93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|ISBN 10||0471913936, 0471913928|
|LC Control Number||86032591|
Ion-Selective Electrodes Page 1 of 13 EXP_ Potentiometry: Ion-Selective Electrodes Determination of the sodium monofluorophosphate content of a toothpaste sample using a fluoride ion File Size: KB. The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties.
Potentiometry is mainly used to determine the potential or the electromotive force of a sample solution. The potential is directly proportional to the concentration of the ions. The potential difference is . Potentiometry: pH and Ion-Selective Electrodes With Ronita L. Marple, William R. LaCourse The technique based on measuring the potential of electrochemical cells in the absence of appreciable Author: Ronita L. Marple, William R. LaCourse.
However, the basic principles for ion selective electrodes are “potentiometry.” The purpose of this chapter is to explain the major principles of potentiometry and to give some examples of potential and useful . The author has done an admirable job of thorougly describing direct potentiometry, potentiometric titrations, and applications of the techniques. In recent years many texts have been published .
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Ion-selective electrodes are mainly membrane-based devices, consisting of permselective ion-conducting materials, which separate the sample from the inside of the electrode (Fig. On the inside is a File Size: 1MB. Metal indicator electrodes: These develop electric potential in response to a redox reaction on the metal surface.
Platinum or Au are used as metal indicator electrodes. These are very simple indicator. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Summary of Basic Principles: Electrode. Before we get into more details about potentiometry and ion-selective electrodes, we will review some basic electrochemical theory that is needed to thoroughly understand potentiometric measurements.
65 rows G.R. Ahmad, D.R. Potentiometry and ion selective electrodes book Ahmad, in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition (Second Edition). Ion-selective Electrodes. Potentiometry with ISE is a comparatively recent development in the electrolyte analytical field.
It is the measurement of the electrical potential difference between two electrodes. Polymer membrane electrodes: An alternative to wet liquid membrane electrodes is to use a polymeric membrane, which is composed of a polymer such as polyvinylchloride (PVC), a plasticizer, and the.
2) INTRODUCTION TO ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODES a) Applications. b) Advantages. 3) BASIC THEORY OF ISE MEASUREMENTS. a) The pH Electrode. b) Differences Between pH and Other Ion. Provides a basic introduction to potentiometry and the use of ion-selective electrodes in chemical analysis.
The author explains procedures step by step, and makes liberal use of worked examples Author: Heike Kahlert. Ion selective indicators: An ion-selective electrode (ISE), also known as a specific ion electrode (SIE) converts the activity of a specific ion dissolved in a solution into an electrical potential.
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ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book 4/5(1). Chapter 23 - - Potentiometry example, pH, ion selective electrodes, blood gas analysis (O 2, CO 2), etc.
Reference Electrodes Ideal Properties. Reversible and obeys Nerst eq. Stable potential with. An ion-selective electrode (ISE), also known as a specific ion electrode (SIE), is a transducer (or sensor) that converts the activity of a specific ion dissolved in a solution into an electrical voltage.
A simple continuous method for calibration and measurement with ion-selective electrodes G. Horvai, K. Tóth, E. Pungor Analytica Chimica Acta 82 (1), Application of Potentiometric Measurement• Clinical Chemistry • Ion-selective electrodes are important sensors for clinical samples because of their selectivity for analytes in complex.
the measurement of the potential between an electrode which responds to the analyte (called an ion selective or indicator electrode) and a reference electrode in an electrically conductive solution. Polymer membrane electrodes: An alternative to wet liquid membrane electrodes is to use a polymeric membrane, which is composed of a polymer such as polyvinylchloride (PVC), a plasticizer, and the File Size: KB.
-Often called Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE) or pIon Electrodes, because the data obtained from them are usually presented as p-functions, (pH, pCa, pNO 3) - The general mechanism by which an ion File Size: 1MB. an ion-specific membrane, and coupled to a external reference electrode (combination electrode).
Ion Selective Electrodes el log z X E ka z Charge with sign Nernstian behaviour All electrodes File Size: KB. Types of Ion-selective Electrodes There is four classes of ion-selective electrodes: 1.
Glass membranes –These are selective to H+ and certain monovalent cations. Solid-state electrodes –These are File Size: 1MB. A discussion of potentiometry and the various electrodes we use in analytical chemistry.
This is from Chapter 14 in Quantitative Chemical Analysis 8E by Harris.lished more than technical articles and book chapters, edited linear null-point potentiometry of a cellular microgripper into ion selective electrodes capable of sensing calcium ions Author: Richard A Durst.3. Potentiometric sensors at trace levels: the state of the art.
Traditionally, ISEs are distinguished by the underlying membrane material. Polymeric membrane-based sensors are a group of very high Cited by: