Analytical Instrumentation examines analyzers for detecting pollutants and other hazardous matter, including carbon monoxide, chlorine, fluoride, hydrogen sulfide, mercury, and phosphorous. Also covers selection, application, and sampling procedures. BAcla G. LiptAik speaks on Post-Oil Energy Technology on the ATaT Tech Channel.The internal filling solution must contain a constant chloride-ion activity and be saturated with silver chloride so that a stable potential is maintained at the metal salt-solution interface (Figure 27c). In the conventional glass electrode the internal solution is buffered at a pH of 7 and contains a chloride level similar to that in the external reference electrode (for details of reference electrodes see Section 46).
|Author||:||Bela G. Liptak|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-03-15|