Scientific article

Enhancing ion-selective polymeric membrane electrodes by instrumental control

ContributorsBakker, Eric
Published inTrAC. Trends in analytical chemistry, vol. 53, p. 98-105
Publication date2014

This review aims to highlight a recent important direction to place ion-selective electrodes based on polymeric sensing materials under dynamic electrochemistry control. This allows one to design sensors with a range of improved characteristics. This review also showcases developments to achieve calibration-free ion-sensing strategies by using thin layer coulometry at ion-selective membranes. Finally, strategies to fabricate electrochemically-addressable ion-selective thin membrane layers are discussed, especially in view of realizing stripping ion-transfer voltammetric sensors.

  • Calibration-free measurement
  • Chronopotentiometry
  • Dynamic electrochemistry
  • Ion-selective electrode
  • Ion speciation
  • Ion-transfer voltammetry
  • Liquid–liquid electrochemistry
  • Polymeric membrane electrode
  • Stripping ion-transfer voltammetry
  • Thin-layer coulometry
Citation (ISO format)
BAKKER, Eric. Enhancing ion-selective polymeric membrane electrodes by instrumental control. In: TrAC. Trends in analytical chemistry, 2014, vol. 53, p. 98–105. doi: 10.1016/j.trac.2013.09.014
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ISSN of the journal0165-9936

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