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A Beginners Guide to Ion-Selective Electrode Measurements
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Guide to Ion-Selective Electrode
Rundle BSc, PhD. (Nico2000 Ltd, London, UK.)
First Public Version: 05 May 2000, Last Update: 16 Oct. 2013 (Chap.11).
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2) INTRODUCTION TO ION
3) BASIC THEORY OF ISE
4) TYPES OF ION SELECTIVE
5) REFERENCE ELECTRODES
6) LIMITATIONS and CONSTRAINTS
7) CALIBRATION THEORY
8) CALIBRATION PRACTICE
9) MEASURING PROCEDURES
10) METHODS OF ANALYSIS
11) ACCURACY AND PRECISION
OF SAMPLE MEASUREMENTS.
12) TYPES OF MEASURING
DEVICES AND DATA PROCESSING
13) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
14) RECENT RESEARCH INTO
CORRECTIONS FOR INTERFERING IONS
APPENDICES - Available at www.nico2000.net.
B) INTERNET LINKS & BIBLIOGRAPHY
C) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ELIT ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES
D) CATALOGUE OF NICO2000 ELECTROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS (pdf) .
E) MS "POWER POINT" PRESENTATION
F) DEMONSTRATION SOFTWARE FOR ELIT ION ANALYSERS
Biography for Dr Chris C Rundle, Nico2000 Ltd, London, UK
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Chris Rundle worked for more than 25 years for the Natural Environment Research Council (British Geological Survey) as an Analytical Chemist / Geochronologist / Isotope Geochemist / Mass Spectrometrist. In the last few years at BGS a significant part of his work was the development of software for the automatic control of analysis, data acquisition and processing. His first degree in Chemistry and Geology was at the University of London (External joint honours BSc, 1968) and his PhD thesis was "The Chronology of Igneous Intrusion in the English Lake District", awarded by Birkbeck College, London, 1982.