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21. Jong S. A. , Hofman P. A. G., Sandee A. J. J. Construction and calibration of a rapidly responding pH mini-electrode: application to intertidal sediments // Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. – 1988. Vol. 45. P.187-192.

Abstract: The construchon and calibration is descnbed of a new type of pH glass electrode ~mt ha measuring bulb of 1.0 mm in diameter The lower one-fourth zone of the bulb a 15 to 70 pm thlck membrane of pH glass, contributed at least 70 '/o to the final readmg, hence allowng a spatlal resolutlon down to 100 pm The 90 "/o response tlme depended on temperature and vaned from 20 s at 0°C to 5 S at 36°C in buffer solutions and from 5 to 15 S in sedlment at 18°C A maxlmal devlabon of 4 % resulted from the use of standard buffers for calibration instead of saline buffers Over the temperature and pH range tested (0 to 36°C and pH 7 to 10) the mini-electrode showed a hnear response Responses vaned from 91 to 98 "O of those calculated from the Nernstian equation In meltlng ice 75 '10 of the Nernshan response was still found The sturdy bulb of the minl-electrode allows ~ t uss e in muddy as well as sandy sedlments The short response tlme and high spatial resolutlon permit the measurement of vert~calp Hgrad~ ents at microscale parallel to such gradients In oxygen, measured with oxygen microelectrodes An example IS given of a combined measurement of the photosynthet~c activlty of benthic microalgae, pH, and oxygen in an estuarine sedlment.

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Butler, R. A., Covington, A. K., Whitfield, M. (1985). The
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Fisher, J. B., Matisoff, G. (198 1). High resolution vertical
profiles of pH in recent sediments. Hydrobiologia 79:
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Meyers, M. B., Fosslng, H., Powell, E. N. (1987). Microdistribution
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Millero, F. J. (1986). The pH of estuarine waters. Limnol.
Oceanogr. 31: 839-847

Rasmussen, M. B., Henriksen, K.. Jensen, A. (1983). Possible
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Revsbech, N. P. (1983). In sltu measurement of oxygen profiles
by use of oxygen mlcroelectrodes. In. Gnaigner, E., Forstner,
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Revsbech, N. P,, Jsrgensen. B. B. (1983). Photosynthesis of
benthic microflora measured with high spatial resolution
by the oxygen microprofile method: capabdities and limltations
of the method. Limnol. Oceanogr. 28: 749-756

Revsbech, N. P., Jsrgensen, B. B., Blackburn, T H., Cohen, Y
(1983). Microelectrode studies of the photosynthesis and
02, H2S and pH profiles of a microbial mat. Limnol.
Oceanogr. 28: 1062-1074

Revsbech, N. P,, Ward, D. M. (1984). Microprofiles of dissolved
substances and photosynthesis in microbial mats measured
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mats. stromatolites. A. L. Liss Inc., New York, p. 171-188
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22. Achintya N., Zhang C.Fabrication of Anodically Electrodeposited Iridium Oxide Film pH Microelectrodes for Microenvironmental Studies // Anal. Chem. - 2002. V.74. P.5726-5733.

Abstract: A new method for fabrication of anodically electrodeposited iridium oxide film pH microelectrodes has been developed in this study. Novel for its tip size (3-10-ím tip diameter), the microelectrode is fabricated in a tapered glass micropipet filled with a low melting point alloy. The tapered end is recessed and platinized. Thereafter, iridium oxide is electrodeposited over the platinized end in the recessed part. The microelectrode has a very short response time (t80 < 5 s) in the pH range of 0-12 with an accuracy of 0.05 pH unit. The pH microelectrode is not affected by most ions and complexing agents of relevance in environmental and biological studies; it can be used in fluids over wide ranges of stirring speeds (0-55 rpm) and temperatures (5-40 °C). Redox agents such as dissolved oxygen and hydrogen peroxide have no effect on the pH response while quinhydrone, ferro- and ferricyanide, and sodium sulfide have marked effects. However, the microelectrode can still be used in any sample when calibration is done in standards having similar redox characteristics.

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23. Quanlong Li, Fengzhen Wang, Zhaohui Aleck Wang, Dongxing Yuan, Minhan Dai, Jinshun Chen, Junwei Dai, and Katherine A. Hoering. Automated Spectrophotometric Analyzer for Rapid Single-Point Titration of Seawater Total Alkalinity // Environ. Sci. Technol. – 2013. Vol. 47. P. 11139−11146.

Abstract: An automated analyzer was developed to achieve fast, precise, and accurate measurements of seawater total alkalinity (AT) based on single-point titration and spectrophotometric pH detection. The single-point titration was carried out in a circulating loop, which allowed the titrant (hydrochloric acid and bromocresol green solution) and a seawater sample to mix at a constant volume ratio. The dissolved CO2 in the ample−titrant mixture was efficiently removed by an inline CO2 remover, which consists of a gas-permeable tubing (Teflon AF2400) submerged in a sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution. The pH of the mixture was then measured with a custom-made spectrophotometric detection system. The analyzer was calibrated against multiple certified reference materials (CRMs) with different AT values. The analyzer features a sample throughput time of 6.5 min with high precision (±0.33−0.36 μmol kg−1; n = 48) and accuracy (−0.33 ± 0.99 μmol kg−1; n = 10). Intercomparison to a traditional open-cell AT titrator showed overall good agreement of 0.88 ± 2.03 μmol kg−1 (n = 22). The analyzer achieved excellent stability without recalibration over 11 days, during which time 320 measurements were made with a total running time of over 40 h. Because of its small size, low power onsumption requirements, and its ability to be automated, the new analyzer can be adapted for underway and in situ measurements.

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24. Mulugeta Desta. Automation of potentiometric titration with a personal computer using an ibm compatible interface system // Bull. Chem. Soc. Eth iop. – 2001. Vol. 15(2). P. 87-96.

Abstract: An IBM compa tible interface card system with infr a red source-detect or data sampling was designed and tested for automation of potentiometric titrations with personal computers with out continuous measurement of the volume of th e titrant. The device with other appropriate apparatus and setup was tested for determination of iron(II) samples with potassium dichromate. The automation method developed was tested to the titration of 1.500 x 10-4 M iron(II) sample and gives a reliable result of 1.496 x 10-4 M iron(II) with a relative error of 1.76%.

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25. Potentiometry: The pH Electrode and Potentiometric Titrations / Teaching Experiment EXP011. – 2011.: TEXP011_0705.

Abstract: In this experiment you will investigate the Nernstian response of a pH electrode, perform potentiometric titrations, investigate the acid-base properties of the bicarbonate buffer system,and determine the pKa values of L-histidine.

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