Br- ion selective electrode HI4002

Br- ion selective electrode
Br- ion selective electrode
Br- ion selective electrode
Br- ion selective electrode
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
Br-

Description

The HI4002 is a solid state, half-cell ion selective electrode (ISE) for the determination of bromide (Br-) in solution. The silver bromide sensing pellet produces a potential change due to the bromide ion exchange between the inorganic pellet membrane and the sample. The internal sensing elements are housed within a durable epoxy body. The HI4002 is ideal for a variety of applications in the pharmaceutical industry, laboratories, drinking water and wastewater treatment, food and beverage production, and in printing processes. Solid state sensor Detection from 0.08 to 79,910 mg/L Br- Requires reference half-cell The HI4002 bromide ion selective electrode is a potentiometric half-cell sensor housed within an epoxy body. The internal elements are isolated from the sample by a compressed silver bromide sensing membrane. This solid state sensor requires a separate reference electrode to complete the measurement system. Hanna’s solid state half-cell ISEs are designed for use with the HI5315 reference half-cell. The reference half-cell features a cone style junction. The skirted cone geometry of the reference forms the liquid junction with the test solution at the tip of the junction cone, producing a highly stable reference potential and consistent flow rates of electrolyte into the solution. A simple press of the top portion of the ISE makes it easy to empty the electrolyte fill solution and replace when necessary. For the HI4002 to measure bromide accurately, it is important that the ionic strength of the standards and sample be adjusted to a high and constant value with the halide ionic strength adjuster (ISA) solution.

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