ion-selective electrode

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ion-selective electrode

A chemical transducer that yields a response to variations in the concentration of a given ion in solution.
See also: electrode
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Mohammad-Khah, "Solid-state ion selective electrode based on polypyrrole conducting polymer nanofilm as a new potentiometric sensor for [Zn.sup.2+] ion," Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, vol.
The reproducibility of the ion selective electrode is important for the observation of a relatively similar response to another electrode prepared under similar set of conditions.
For analyzing water samples with ion selective electrode, samples were prepared by taking 7.0 mL drinking water sample and mixing it with 3.0 mL of fluoride TISAB.
In Pakistan, I.S.E (Ion selective electrode) method is not so common on clinical scale for fluoride determination.
The primary advantage of this device is that when the sensing membrane fails or loses performance, it can be immediately replaced without discarding any other portion of the combination ion selective electrode. This results in time and cost savings, particularly important where continuous or frequent sample analysis is required.
Ion selective electrodes (ISEs) offer very attractive properties such as simplicity of apparatus and ease of use, low cost, fast response, high selectivity and sensitivity, high reproducibility and especially miniaturization capability [1].
Ion selective electrodes for potentiometric determination of baclofen in pharmaceutical preparations.