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DETERMINATION OF LEAD (II) IONS IN THE URMIA WELL, RIVER AND DRINKING WATERS BY A NOVEL ION SELECTIVE SENSOR BASED ON NEW IONOPHORE

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VARDINI M.T. | JAVANMARD M.

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Abstract

 LEAD (II) ION IS ONE OF THEMOST TOXIC POLLUTANTS WHICH CAN SEVERELY AFFECT HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT. THE PB2+ ION ACCUMULATION CAN CAUSE THE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE TO THE BRAIN, CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, MUSCLES AND RENAL SYSTEMS. THERE ARE SEVERAL METHODS WHICH HAVE BEEN USED FOR PB2+ ION DETECTION, AND THE MOST COMMON TECHNIQUES ARE INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMAMASS SPECTROMETRY, ATOMIC ABSORBANCE SPECTROMETRY AND CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS. IN THE PRESENT RESEARCH, A NEW LEAD ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODE WAS DEVELOPED BASED ON AN IONIC LIQUID AND TAN (1- (2-THIAZOLYLAZO)-2-NAPHTHOL) AS IONOPHORE. THE PROPOSED SENSOR REVEALED VARIOUS ADVANTAGES INCLUDING SIMPLE INSTRUMENTATION, LOW COST, RAPID RESPONSE, HIGH SELECTIVITY AND LOWER DETECTION LIMIT. WITH REGARD TO MENTIONED ADVANTAGES, THE PROPOSED SENSOR WAS APPLIED IN THE DETERMINATION OF LEAD IONS IN WATER SAMPLES SUCH AS URMIA WELL, RIVER AND DRINKING WATERS. THE OBTAINED DATA SHOWED A GOOD AGREEMENT WITH RESULTS FROM ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY.

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