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poly(vinyl chloride)  membrane ion-selective electrodes, many carboxylates have been introduced as ionophores. The analytical and functional parameters (concentration range where the potential changes with pA linearly, the slope of the calibration curve, selectivity, response time and life time) have been determined.2 The interference of other species on these parameters and behaviour of the electrodes in policomponent systems were studied. Table Response characteristics of the proposed ion-selective electrodes ISE Slope, mV/-lg a Detection limit, M

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