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Main Title Glass electrodes for hydrogen and other cations; principles and practice,
Author Eisenman, George.
Publisher M. Dekker,
Year Published 1967
OCLC Number 00258771
Additional Subjects Cations ; Electrodes, Glass
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ELDM  QD561.E4 CCTE/GLTED Library/Duluth,MN 12/05/2003
Collation xii, 582 p. illus. 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographies.
Contents Notes
Interpretation of pH and cation measurement / G. Mattock and D.M. Band -- The dependence of glass-electrode properties on composition / J.O. Isard -- Diffusionpotentials in glass / R.H. Doremus -- The origin of the glass-electrode potential / George Eisenman -- Recent developments in the ion-exchange theory of the glass electrode and its application in the chemistry of glass / B.P. Nicolsky ... {et al.} -- The physical basis for the ionic specificity of the glass electrode / George Eisenman -- The construction of glass electrodes / Harold D. Portnoy -- Particular properties of cation-selective glass electrodes containing AI2O3 / George Eisenman -- Anion-specific and cation-specific properties of the collodion-coated glass electrode and a modification / Gilbert N. Ling -- Glass electrodes for calcium and other divalent cations / A.H. Truesdell and C.L. Christ -- Cation-sensitive glass electrodes in analytical chemistry / Garry A. Rechnitz -- Ion-sensitive electrodes and individual ion activity coefficents / Robert M. Garrels -- Glass electrodes for soil water and soil suspensions / Alfred M. Pommer -- Hydrogen and cation analysis in biological fluids in vitro / Edward W. Moore -- H+ and cation analysis in biological fluids in the intact animal / Sydney M. Friedman -- Cation-selective microelectrodes for intracellular use / J.A.M. Hinke -- Glass microelectrodes and their uses in biological systems / Raja N. Khuri -- Clinical application of cation-sensitive glass electrodes / Paul Sekelj and Richard B. Goldbloom.