Comments on “K. L. Cheng, Capacitor Theory for Nonfaradaic Potentiometry. Microchemical Journal 1990, 42, 524” and Reply to “Comments on ‘E. Pungor, The New Theory of Ion Selective Electrodes. Sensors 2001, 1, 1-12’ ”

@inproceedings{Pungor2004CommentsO,
  title={Comments on “K. L. Cheng, Capacitor Theory for Nonfaradaic Potentiometry. Microchemical Journal 1990, 42, 524” and Reply to “Comments on ‘E. Pungor, The New Theory of Ion Selective Electrodes. Sensors 2001, 1, 1-12’ ”},
  author={Ern{\~o} Pungor},
  year={2004}
}
I have sent the cited article [1] to the Sensors as a summing contribution, to inform those working in the field of ISE about my results coming from approximately 30 years of research activity. Thus far I used to send detailed publications to newspapers with a wider range of interests. At the time when I was publishing the first ion-selective electrode outside of glass-electrode [2], it was a general opinion that ions diffuse through the membrane. This was contradicted by the first response… CONTINUE READING