No more conventional reference electrode: transition time for determining chloride ion concentration.

  title={No more conventional reference electrode: transition time for determining chloride ion concentration.},
  author={Yawar Abbas and Derk Balthazar de Graaf and Wouter Olthuis and Albert van den Berg},
  journal={Analytica chimica acta},
Ion selective electrodes (ISE) are used extensively for the potentiometric determination of ion concentrations in electrolytes. However, the inherent drift in these measurements and the requirement of a stable reference electrode restrict the feasibility of this method for long-term in-situ applications. This work presents a chronopotentiometric approach to minimize drift and avoid the use of a conventional reference electrode for measuring chloride ion concentration. An anodic current pulse is… CONTINUE READING


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