Ion selective membrane electrodes as sensors for detection of heavy metal ions


Ion selective membrane electrodes as sensors for detection of heavy metal ions

Tauseef Ahmad Rangreez, Inamuddin, Rizwana Mobin

The present chapter deals with the basic information regarding pollution caused by heavy metals and their effect on our natural resources, economy and human health. It also gives an idea on the role of nano-composites in the remedial and purification processes. The principle, procedure and advantages of ion-selective membrane electrodes along with the work carried out during the last decade in the field to develop various lead and cadmium selective cation-exchangers is included in this chapter. The utility of organic-inorganic composite material based sensors and their application in the development of ion-selective membrane electrodes (ISME) for the detection of heavy metals, which render portable water unsafe for use and pose a threat to the wellbeing of man is also discussed.

Composite Cation Exchanger, Ion-selective Membrane Electrodes, Heavy Metal Pollutants, Electro Chemical Sensors, Selectivity

Published online 8/1/2017, 63 pages


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