Talk:Glass electrode

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pMe electrode[edit]

The phrase pMe is not included anywhere else in the article but for that one mention, or explained. Googling pMe electrode brings up nothing related to chemistry.


The reason for preventing the glass membrane from drying out should be provided.


Comment of Devoldev (talk) 10:35, 20 April 2009 (UTC) In my opinion there is an error in the description and the figure of the glass electrode; the inner solution contains also HCl solution and so the item 3 of the description is incomplete and the graphic correspondence is wrong; secondly the external ref electrode is not correctly described; it contains KCl at a certain conc; the description you give is inconsistent and not coherent with electrochemistry principle; a good correct description scheme is given as an example in an italian book Bianchi e Mussini - Elettrochimica - Tamburini Masson 1976 at pp. 222 eq. 207; sorry but I have not understood as to interact with the other contributors Devoldev (talk) 10:35, 20 April 2009 (UTC)

Missing items in the glass electrode article[edit]

I was looking for some information on the history of the glass electrode. I didn't see any in the article but found some by following the Nicolsky link.

Information on the composition, thickness and preparation of the glass membrane could also be interestning. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 90.239.66.144 (talk) 12:57, 13 February 2010 (UTC)