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Sodium Ion-Selective Membrane Electrode Based on Dibenzopyridino-18-Crown-6

  • Published : 2004.10.20

Abstract

A sodium ion- selective electrode based on dibenzopyridino-18-crown-6 as membrane carrier was successfully prepared. The electrode exhibits a Nernstian response for $Na^+$ ions within the concentration range of $1.0\;{\times}\;10^{-4}-1.0\;{\times}\;10^{-1}$ M. The response time of the sensor is 20 s. The sodium ion-selective electrode exhibited comparatively good selectivities with respect to alkali, alkaline earth and some transition metal ions.

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