Title: Recent Advances in Ion-Selective Membrane Electrodes
for In Situ Environmental Water Analysis
Author: Gast´on A. Crespo
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Membrane Electrodes for In Situ Environmental Water Analysis, Electrochimica
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Recent Advances in Ion-Selective Membrane Electrodes for In Situ Environmental Water Analysis Gastón A. Crespo School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Applied Physical Chemistry Division, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology, Teknikringen 30, SE-100 44, Stockholm, Sweden
ABSTRACT Ion-selective membrane electrodes (ISEs) have become very attractive sensing platforms for
environmental water analysis. This review mainly presents recent advances in polymeric-based
ISEs relevant to water research and primarily focused on alkali and alkali earth-metal cations,
ammonium ions, halide anions and certain oxoanions involved in biogeochemical cycles (e.g.
), carbon (HCO
) and phosphorus (HPO
Clearly, ISEs have the potential to be