A new dithiamacrocycle incorporating a phosphine donor group (I) has been synthesized and tested as neutral carrier in PVC membranes. ClO4--selective CHEMFET and ISE devices based on these plasticized membranes have been developed. Both devices have shown Nernstian response and a wide working pH range. Most common anions, except BF4-, do not cause interferences. The response properties and selectivity found for perchlorate ions compare favourably with the commercial and conventional ClO4- electrodes based on quaternary ammonium ion-exchange sites. This is probably the first example of perchlorate selective CHEMFETs.
|Journal||Anal. Chim. Acta|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Feb 1996|
- Ion-selective electrodes