Screen-printed potentiometric sensors for chloride measurement in soils

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Screen-printed potentiometric sensors have been developed to detect the presence of chloride ions within moist soils. In work previously published by some of the authors, sensor lifetimes in excess of 1 year have been established with near Nernstian response to chloride ions (-49.8 ± 1.7 mV per decade) over the range 0.1 mM (3.55 mg/L) to 200 mM (7.09 g/L). The sensors demonstrate the ability to measure transient changes in soil chloride concentration allowing chloride retention times in different types of soil to be determined. © 2012 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Cranny, A., Harris, N. R., White, N. M., Barrett-Lennard, E., Coles, N., Rivers, M., … Wu, J. (2012). Screen-printed potentiometric sensors for chloride measurement in soils. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 47, pp. 1157–1160). Elsevier Ltd.

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