PMID: 5610120Jun 9, 1967

Calcium-selective electrode with liquid ion exchanger

J W Ross


A simple calcium-selective electrode has been developed which is capable of measuring calcium ion activity in the presence of many common interfering ions. The electrode utilizes a liquid ion exchanger membrane containing the calcium salt of a disubstituted phosphoric acid.


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