Background -- Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE) are membrane electrodes that respond selectively to ions in the presence of others. These include probes that measure specific ions
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Ion selective electrodes are membrane electrodes that produce a potential by converting the activity of ions dissolved in a solution. The potential can be measured using a pH meter or voltmeter.
Every Electrochemical Process (Galvanic Cell, Electrolysis, Electro-Analysis) involves both these types of conductivity. The junctions where they meet and transfer the electrical charge are referred