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This study is related to the development of a new solid state membrane ion-selective electrode for Hg (II) ions. The membrane was prepared by the amalgamation of metallic mercury with metallic silver powder and this solid amalgam was finely ground, mixed with Na 2 C0 3 , K 2 C0 3 and elemental sulfur and was burned in nitrogen atmosphere in a glass container with a strong burner flame for six hours. The resulting mercury and silver sulfides were pressed into a 10 mm diameter and 0.2 mm thickdoi:10.1515/mgmc.2008.31.6.331 fatcat:etedwhvek5eybb2b6rjroldxdm