Ion-selective measurement with multi-parameter instruments
Ion-selective measurement is a method for determining the concentration of dissolved ions. Potassium ions, sodium ions, fluoride or chloride are examples of such cations and anions that are directly measured in solutions. Indirect methods such as titration allow the determination of aluminum, nickel ions, or sulfate.
The wide range of possible applications include the measurement of fluoride concentration according to DIN 38 405. Chloride content determination in concrete samples or nitrate concentration determination in fruit juices are further examples of the ways in which ion-selective measurement technology can be applied. An introduction to ion-selective measurement technology, as well as application reports, are available on our CD-ROM entitled “Principles of measurement technology”. (E-Mail).