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Screen-printed copper ion-selective electrodes.

A simple, low-cost and reproducible method for the mass production of potentiometric ion-selective electrodes for copper ions is presented. These planar, strip sensors were obtained by screen-printing. The application of pastes cured at low temperature allows printing of the sensors on low-cost, plastic substrates. The pastes for printing of ion-sensitive thick-film membranes were based on copper (1) and copper (II) sulfides. The analytical characteristics of the thick-film electrodes were compared. The analytical properties (range of determination, sensitivity, selectivity, response time) of the copper (I) sulfide-based sensors were comparable with those for conventional ion-selective electrodes.[1]

References

  1. Screen-printed copper ion-selective electrodes. Koncki, R., Tymecki, L., Zwierkowska, E., Glab, S. Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry. (2000) [Pubmed]
 
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