Potentiometry and Ion-selective Electrodes by Alun Evans
For many chemists, potentiometry is the first analytical procedure that they encounter, during the use of an electrode to measure pH. The advances in the field of ion selective electrodes now make it a valuable technique in the modern analytical laboratory. This book provides the non-specialist with sufficient knowledge to select the appropriate potentiometric method of analysis to solve a given problem but is not intended as a comprehensive treatise on electrochemistry. Highlighted are some case studies of analytical problems which have been solved using potentiometry.