Fluoride ion selective electrode 8010-10C
for water analysis

fluoride ion selective electrode
fluoride ion selective electrode
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
fluoride
Applications
for water analysis

Description

Fluoride ion electrode 8010-10C Specifications Measuring range 0.02 to 19,000 mg/L F- (10-6 to 1 mol/L) F- pH range 20 mg/L (10-3 mol/L) F- pH 4 to 10 Applicable temperature range 0 to 50℃ Response time (90%) Within 5 seconds*1 Applicable reference electrode 2060A, 2565A Selection coefficient Possible interference when multiply-charged ion (ex. Al3+, Fe3+) coexisted and foamed the complex. • The response time is the time which is required to reach 90% response when the ion concentration is gradually changed from 10-4 mol/L to 10-2 mol/L with the solution stirred. Exception: *1: 90% response when ion concentration is changed to 10-6 mol/L ∼ 10-2 mol/L *2: 95% response when ion concentration is changed to 10-3 mol/L ∼ 10-1 mol/L *3: 95% response when ion concentration is changed to 10-4 mol/L ∼ 10-2 mol/L *4: 95% response when ion concentration is changed to 10-4 mol/L ∼ 10-1 mol/L • The selection coefficient is a ratio of the limit concentration of coexisting ions (mol/L) to the ion concentration to be measured (mol/L); The value of 1000 means that the coexisting ions can be permitted up to 1000 times the ion measured and ''not acceptable'' means that chemical change occurs in the solid response membrane. HORIBA's superior electrode technology has produced unparalleled tough pH glass bulbs and unique flat sensors. Electrodes have different designs to cater a wide range of applications - from pure water to complex samples. Select the suitable electrode that is specially designed for your application.

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