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Sodium Combination Ion Selective Electrode (ISE) FC300B
The FC300B is a glass combination ion selective electrode (ISE) for the determination of sodium (Na+) ions in solution. The selective glass membrane produces a potential change due to the exchange of sodium ions on the surface of the membrane and the sample. The internal sensing elements are housed within a sturdy glass body. The FC300B is ideal for a variety of applications in laboratories, food and beverage production, and water quality analysis.
- Refillable Glass Body
- Single Ceramic Junction
- Detection from 0.23 to 22,990 mg/L Na+
|Note||Ships with heat pack(s) during winter months.|
|Measurement Range||1M to 1•10-5M 22990 to 0.23 ppm|
|Optimum pH Range||9.75 to 14 pH|
|Temperature Range||0 to 80°C|
|Cable||1 m coaxial|
|Common Applications||water, soil, food products, soup, dairy, brines, soft drinks, beer, wine and laboratory|
The FC300B sodium ion-selective electrode is a combination electrode that has a silver/silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) reference and a sodium ion-selective electrode. Both are housed within a single glass body design that uses an ammonium chloride/silver chloride electrolyte for a fill solution.
The sodium-sensitive membrane should be conditioned before performing a calibration. The conditioning of the electrode is a two-step process in which the glass is etched then rehydrated. The first step is etching. This process removes a thin layer of sensitive glass from the sodium membrane, exposing a sodium-containing fresh surface. The second step is rehydration in which the probe is placed in a storage solution to rehydrate the glass membrane. Allowing the glass to rehydrate after etching provides optimum conditions for the exchange of sodium ions between the membrane and solution.
For the FC300B to measure sodium accurately, it is important that the ionic strength of the standards and sample be adjusted to a high and constant value with the sodium ionic strength adjuster (ISA) solution. The sodium ISA is important for two reasons. One is that the ISA buffers the pH of the standard and sample to above pH 9.8. This removes any interference from hydrogen ions that occur at lower pH’s. The second purpose of the ISA is to ensure that the activity coefficient is constant so the concentration of free sodium ions can be measured. Having solutions with a constant ionic strength reduces the margin of error between measurements of different samples at different concentrations.
The FC300B sodium glass ISE can measure from 10µM (0.23 mg/L) to 1M (22,990 mg/L).