Measure Copper Ion Concentrations with NT Sensors’ High-Quality Copper Ion Selective Electrode”
At NT Sensors, we offer a cutting-edge solution to measure copper ion concentrations in aqueous solutions: our Copper Ion Selective Electrode (ISE).
Our electrode is designed using the latest nanotechnology innovative research to ensure high-quality, reliable, fast, and economic performance. Our Copper ISE is specifically designed to measure the concentration of cuprite, a mineral form of copper oxide, making it ideal for applications in watery and galvanic media.
It is a valuable tool in analytical chemistry, commonly used in complexometric titrations to determine the presence of other ions such as calcium, magnesium, and cobalt. Our Copper ISE can be used in a wide range of applications, from measuring copper levels in industrial wastewater to analyzing copper content in soil and plants.
Additionally, our electrode is versatile enough to be used in monitoring and controlling copper levels in electroplating solutions. At NT Sensors, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with reliable and easy-to-use ion selective electrodes.
Our Copper ISE is no exception, offering accurate measurements in a variety of applications. Plus, our electrode has a long lifespan and can be stored dry, making it the perfect solution for your copper ion measurement needs.
If you’re looking for a high-quality copper ion selective electrode, look no further than NT Sensors.
Range (concentration): 0,1 to 3000 / 9.5×10-7 to 0.46 (mol/L)
Reproducibility (precision): ±10% of full scale (calibrated 10 to 1000 mg/L)
Interfering ions: K, Pb, Zn, Mn, Na, Ni, Ca/Mg
pH range: 4 to 8.5 (no pH compensation)
Temperature range: 5-50ºC (no temperature compensation)
Electrode slope: 24 ± 5 mV
Electrode resistance: 1–4 MΩ
Immersion minimum: 2 mm (without the protective cap)
Body diameter: see different sensors
Mini ION Copper
BNC or USB
ISE Copper meter + pH
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