Oil dispersion of AgI/Ag2S salts as a new electroactive material for potentiometric sensing of iodide and cyanide

@article{Tan2004OilDO,
  title={Oil dispersion of AgI/Ag2S salts as a new electroactive material for potentiometric sensing of iodide and cyanide},
  author={Joyce Tan and Jose H. Bergantin and A. Merkoçi and S. Alegret and F. Sevilla},
  journal={Sensors and Actuators B-chemical},
  year={2004},
  volume={101},
  pages={57-62}
}
Abstract Oil dispersion of AgI/Ag2S salts as a new electroactive material for potentiometric sensing of iodide and cyanide is reported. This type of material offers attractive features which can be used in the future for various chemical and biological modifications. The composition of the sensing membrane was optimized to be 5:1 (w/w) silver salt to paraffin oil. The sensor had a Nernstian response to iodide with a slope of +57.5±1.4 mV per decade (25 °C), a linear working range of pI− 2.0–6.5… Expand
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