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Transition metal ion-selective membrane electrodes based on complexing compounds with heteroatoms. Part II. Complexing compounds containing sulphur atoms

Abstract

Twelve lipophilic, sulphur-containing reagents have been used as ionophores in solvent polymeric membrane electrodes containing copper(II) ions. Three gave an acceptable linear response in the copper(II) activity range 10–5–10–3M with a near-Nernstian slope and high selectivity towards other transition metal ions. The optimum amount of dithizone (ionophore VI) in the membrane was established.

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Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/AN9881301803
Analyst, 1988,113, 1803-1805

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    Transition metal ion-selective membrane electrodes based on complexing compounds with heteroatoms. Part II. Complexing compounds containing sulphur atoms

    Z. Brz⊙zka, Analyst, 1988, 113, 1803
    DOI: 10.1039/AN9881301803

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