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Enzyme Electrode

A gas-sensing electrode can be modified to create a potentiometric electrode that respond to a biochemically important species, such as enzymes. One example of an enzyme electrode is the urea electrode, which is based on the catalytic hydrolysis of urea by … Continue reading

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Gas-Sensing Membrane Electrode

A number of membrane electrodes respond to the concentration of a dissolved gas. The basic design of a gas-sensing electrode consists of a thin membrane that separates the sample from an inner solution containing an ion-selective electrode. The membrane is … Continue reading

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pH Electrode

Schematic diagram showing a combination glass electrode for measuring pH. The indicator electrode consists of a pH-sensitive glass membrane and an internal Ag/AgCl reference electrode in a solution of 0.1 M HCl. The sample’s reference electrode is a Ag/AgCl electrode … Continue reading

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