Keywords

Ion-specific electrodes



Keyword Definition

An ion-selective electrode (ISE), also known as a specific ion electrode (SIE), is a transducer (or sensor) that converts the activity of a specific ion dissolved in a solution into an electrical potential, which can be measured by a voltmeter or pH meter.  The voltage is theoretically dependent on the logarithm of the ionic activity, according to the Nernst equation.  The sensing part of the electrode is usually made as an ion-specific membrane, along with a reference electrode.



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Category: Analytical techniques

The different kinds of analytical techniques have been classified hierarchically. Examples: “AAS”, “FA-NA”. Taken from the “Analytical_Techniques_SHARED” database table.


Associated Analytical Suites:

IndexSuite IDSuite Name
1  4     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron ISE
2  11     Chemex/TSD 2 micron ISE
3  73     Bondar-Clegg Fluorine ISE
4  188     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F) (vague)
5  193     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F - with KOH) (vague)
6  196     Barringer (surface water) Chemtrix/Fisher ISE (F)
7  200     Barringer (surface water) Orion ISE (F)
8  209     Chemex (lake sediments) ISE (F)
9  217     Chemex (surface water) Corning ISE (F)
10  221     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, YT, 1977)
11  228     Acme F
12  339     Barringer (surface water) ISE (fluorine)
13  351     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, BC, 1978-1981)
14  354     Minen Laboratories Limited (surface water) ISE (F)
15  360     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) ISE (F) -sample fused with Na2Co3-KNO3 (9/1)
16  371     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, YT, 1981)
17  384     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, ON, 1982)
18  393     ACME (surface water) ISE(F) – 404 Orion meter
19  406     Barringer (surface water) ISE(F)
20  410     Barringer (lake and stream sediment) ISE (F)
21  430     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F)
22  452     Barringer (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, BC, 1986)
23  473     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, MB, 1985)
24  475     GSC (surface water) alkalinity (NGR, MB, 1985)
25  498     Cantech (lake and stream sediment) ISE (F)
26  504     Cantech (surface water) ISE(F)
27  516     Bondar Clegg (lake and stream sediment) ISE (F)
28  530     Cantech (stream sediment) ISE (F, d.l.=10 ppm)
29  531     Cantech (stream sediment) ISE (F)
30  628     ActLabs 4F-F : F by ISE
31  659     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F)
32  661     Bondar-Clegg fluorine ISE (dl=40ppm)
33  675     NGR BC ISE stream sediments and moss mats (F)

Associated Analytical Packages:

IndexPackage IDPackage Name
1  3     Acme 1F-MS + LOI,Sn,F
2  7     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (1)
3  9     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (1)
4  25     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (2)
5  29     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (3)
6  33     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (6)
7  49     Bondar Clegg INAA + AAS + HY-AAS + F ISE + Hg-CVAAS + U NADNC + LOI
8  138     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (vague description)
9  141     Chemex (URP surface water) ISE(F)
10  143     Barringer (URP surface water, YT, 1976) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
11  145     Barringer (URP surface water) FT(U), ISE(F), pH
12  147     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), ISE(F), LOI
13  155     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
14  157     Acme 1F-MS + Sn,F
15  159     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1977)
16  294     Chemex (NGR lake sed 1983 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE( F)
17  296     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #1)
18  297     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #2)
19  298     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #3)
20  309     Bondar Clegg (NGR BC stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (XRF), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
21  310     Chemex (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1988)
22  311     Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989)
23  313     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #4)
24  366     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo+As), ISE(F), LOI
25  368     Barringer (URP surface water, BC, 1978) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
26  376     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1978-1981)
27  377     Min-En Laboratories Limited (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
28  379     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8+Mo+V), COL(W), ISE(F)+ XRF(Ba), LOI
29  382     GSC (surface water) Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K, NO3, PO4, SO4, Cl, U, F, pH, alk
30  384     GSC (NGR surface water) AAS(7)), U, C-org, Cl, Br, NO3, SO4, PO4, F, pH, alk
31  387     Chemex (NGR lake sediment, 1982 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE(F)
32  388     Acme (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
33  391     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
34  392     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH (glass-calomel electrode meter)
35  396     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
36  397     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH (Broadley-James meter)
37  398     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
38  400     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
39  404     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH
40  405     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
41  406     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
42  407     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(Sb), ISE(F)
43  409     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE(F) , U
44  410     Barringer (NGR surface water) ISE(F), pH
45  412     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U
46  413     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10)
47  414     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, ICP(Ca, Mg), Alk
48  418     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
49  419     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
50  421     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS 8+6+Ba (HCLO4 only)), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
51  422     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (HClO4 only), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
52  423     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
53  424     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=1)
54  425     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=2)
55  426     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
56  427     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP (Ba), CV(Hg), COL (W), LOI at 500°C, F, U
57  428     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), AAS (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk (d.l.=1)
58  429     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV(Hg), LOI at 500C, F, U - 10**12 flux
59  430     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP(Ba), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
60  431     GSC (NGR surface water) Ca, Mg, F, pH, Alk
61  432     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+7), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
62  433     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) ICP (9), U, F, pH, alk
63  435     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+7), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F,
64  437     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, alk
65  439     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), CV(Hg), LOI, F, U
66  440     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3+(Mo+V: 2.5 ml conc)), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
67  446     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, YT, 1990) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
68  447     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F, Sn
69  449     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F
70  451     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
71  452     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F [UNUSED]
72  453     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V,Sn), CV(Hg), LOI, F
73  454     Cantech (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
74  456     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
75  460     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
76  461     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg – d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
77  466     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
78  467     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F
79  468     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, NV, 1995) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
80  469     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
81  470     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg – d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
82  473     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2000) pH, U, F, sulphate
83  475     Cantech (NGR stream sediment)  AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F, FA/ICP-MS (Pt, Pd) F
84  479     Cantech (NGR stream sediments) ISE(F)
85  480     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2001) pH, U, F, sulphate
86  482     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn, F
87  483     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES- HMC (36 element), Sn, F
88  489     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn (LiBO2 fusion), F
89  493     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements + Au, Ga, d.l.=0.2; S, d.l.=0.01;W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
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