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Recommendations for Nomenclature of Ion-Selective Electrodes presents the recommendations in the standardization of nomenclature in the field of ion-selective electrodes. The report contains most of the suggestions made on previous drafts by experts and other scientific bodies on analytical chemistry from different countries. The text is divided into three sections. The first section presents the general nomenclature recommendations. Part II focuses on the classification of ion-selective electrodes. The final section presents the constants and symbols used in the area of ion-selective electrodes. Chemists and physicists will find the book very useful.
Chapter 1. Recommendations for Nomenclature of Ion-Selective Electrodes
I. General Recommendations
II. Classification of Ion-Selective Electrodes
III. Constants and Symbols
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- © Pergamon 1976
- 1st January 1976
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