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YSI 1006 Nitrate (ISE) Sensor

YSI 1006 Nitrate (ISE) Sensor

Description

Add the YSI 1006 nitrate ISE sensor to your Pro Series multi-parameter instrument to complement your sampling regimen.

Features

  • Freshwater use only
  • Best for sampling applications
  • Field-replaceable
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The YSI 1006 nitrate ISE sensor consists of a silver/silver chloride wire electrode in a custom filling solution. The internal solution is separated from the sample medium by a polymer membrane, which selectively interacts with nitrate ions.

When the probe is immersed in water, a potential is established across the membrane that depends on the relative amounts of nitrate in the sample and the internal filling solution. This potential is read relative to the Ag/AgCl reference electrode of the instrument pH probe. As for all ISEs, the linear relationship between the logarithm of the nitrate activity (or concentration in dilute solution) and the observed voltage, as predicted by the Nernst equation, is the basis for the determination.
Notable Specifications:
  • 6-month warranty
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YSI 1006 Nitrate (ISE) Sensor 605106 1006 nitrate (ISE) sensor, Pro Series
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