ion-selective electrode


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ion-selective electrode

a potentiometric electrode that develops a potential in the presence of one ion (or class of ions) but not in the presence of a similar concentration of other ions.

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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Construction of different types of ion-selective electrodes.
The use of ion-selective electrode (ISE) is recommended for the following reasons: It measures ionic activity hence it is specific.
The combined measurement of the four stable halides by the ion-selective electrode procedure following their chromatographic separation on a strong anion exchanger resin: Clinical applications.
If the ratio is exceeded, the data generated by the ion-selective electrode will become unreliable.
He showed great interest in offering this service to his clients, and the author supplied him with the details of the technique using ion-selective electrode, following chromatography on strong anion exchangers.
Through such sessions, the lab staff has kept up to date on such techniques as the ELISA method for thyroid function tests, ion-selective electrodes, and monoclonal antibody assays for pregnancy.
Variable selectivity of the Hitachi chemistry analyzer chloride ion-selective electrode toward interfering ions.
The analytical method used extensively today, particularly in high-throughput analyzers, involves an ion-selective electrode incorporating a quaternary nitrogen compound.
The CA610 Fluoride Analyzer uses proven ion-selective electrode technology and proprietary patented electrode design to provide continuous assurance that the fluoride concentration in drinking water is correct.
In brief, a single ion-selective electrode is moved alternately between a point less than I [Micro]m from the cell membrane and one 10 [Micro]m further away in the surrounding medium.