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Metrohm Introduces scION Sensor to Detect Calcium and Magnesium Hardness in Drinking Water

Metrohm, a company specializing in voltammetry, ion chromatography and titration, has introduced a new sensor that utilizes thick-film technology.

 

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Metrohm's scION Sensor for Reliable Titration of Calcium and Magnesium hardness in drinking water. Image credit: Metrohm

 

The scION sensor’s ion-selective tip is specifically designed for performing titration of calcium and magnesium hardness in drinking water.

The performance of a sensor progressively decreases when used continuously. It is also difficult to assess whether a sensor can produce the necessary quality of analytical results. The scION sensor is capable of tackling such issues.

The scION sensor is developed on a modular design. Although the electrode shaft, which is not important for the performance of the electrode, can be utilized continuously, the latest sensor tip allows cost-effective replacement and assures durable results.

Source: http://www.metrohm.com

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