A simply constructed, tubular, all-solid-state, flow-through silver electrode for flow-injection analysis (F.I.A.) is described. Use of a single line manifold accommodating the silver electrode, with a low level of silver ion (5 × 10-4M) in the carrier stream, is a useful method to determine chloride in serum, by means of a precipitation pseudotitration F.I.A. technique. The sampling frequency is about 60/h. © 1988.
|Journal||Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1988|
- chloride determination
- flow-injection analysis (F.I.A.)
- flow-through electrode
- Silver(I)-selective electrode