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    Nitrate Ion Selective Electrode

    A nitrate ion selective electrode (ISE) is a specialized sensor designed to measure the concentration of nitrate ions in a solution. This specific electrode offers a rapid and convenient method for on-site nitrate detection, enabling real-time analysis and aiding in the management of fertilizer use and pollution control. It needs to be used in conjunction with a reference electrode and an ion meter.
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    Nitrate ISEs find applications in environmental monitoring, agriculture, and water quality assessment, as nitrate levels are crucial indicators of nutrient pollution.


    Model ATO-PNO3-1-01
    Electrode Type Specific Electrode
    Ion Nitrate Ion (NO3-)
    Standard Solution NaNO3
    Measuring Range 10-5~10-1mol/L
    Ionic Strength Adjuster (Powder) Small Amount of NaH2PO4
    High-end Ionic Strength Regulator Ionic Strength Regulator Type Ⅱ
    Sensitive Film Material PVC Film
    Shell Material Plexiglass
    Working Temperature 5℃~60℃
    Interface BNC (Q9 Type)
    Working pH 4~9
    Dimension φ12*120mm
    Reference Electrode ATO-232
    Supporting Equipment pH Meter, Ion Meter, Multi-Parameter Analyzer, Titrator


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    Tips: What is the typical range of detection for a nitrate ISE?

    Ion-selective electrodes (ISEs) are analytical devices used to measure the concentration of specific ions in a solution. The detection range of a nitrate ISE depends on factors such as electrode design, membrane characteristics, and sample conditions. Typically, nitrate ISEs have a detection range spanning from low micromolar to millimolar concentrations. For environmental monitoring, this range is suitable for detecting nitrate levels in water samples, where concentrations may vary widely. The electrodes operate based on the Nernst equation, which relates the ion concentration to the electrode potential. Calibration is crucial to ensure accurate measurements across the desired range. It's important to note that while nitrate ISEs offer a convenient and rapid method for nitrate detection, they may have limitations in extreme conditions or when interference from other ions is significant. Regular maintenance and proper handling are essential for optimal performance.

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