- Fluoride selective electrode
A fluoride electrode is a kind of electrode sensitive to the concentration of
fluorideion, as used in potentiometric analysis. A common example is the LaF3 electrode, which is one of the simplest kinds of solid state electrode.
Lanthanum Fluoride Electrode
In the lanthanum fluoride electrode, the sensing element is a crystal of LaF3, doped with EuF2 to create
latticevacancies. Such a crystal is an ionic conductor by virtue of the mobility of fluoride ions which jump between lattice vacancies. An electrochemical cell may be constructed using such a crystal as a membrane separating two fluoride solutions. This cell acts as a concentration cellwith transference where the fluoride transport number is 1. As transference of charge through the crystal is almost exclusively due to fluoride, the electrode is highly specific to fluoride. The only ion which significantly interferes is hydroxide (OH-). Generally such "alkaline error" can be avoided by buffering the sample to a pH below 7.
The cell diagram of a typical experimental arrangement is
Cu' | Ag,AgCl | KCl || solution | LaF3 | KF,KCl | AgCl,Ag | Cu
where Cu' | Ag, AgCl | KCl is an external reference electrode and the KF,KCl/AgCl,Ag/Cu is an internal reference inside the fluoride selective electrode.
Some commercially available reference electrodes have an internal junction which minimizes the liquid junction potential between the sample solution and the electrolyte in the reference electrode (KCl). The internal electrolyte is at fixed composition and the electrode response is given by the
E=E0- RT/F ln aF-
*E is the measured cell potential
*E0 is the standard cell potential
*R is the ideal gas constant
*T is the temperature in Kelvin
*F is the Faraday constant (9.6485309×104 C mol-1), and
*aF- is the activity of the fluoride ion.
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