Clinical chemistry measurements are based on optical spectrometry and potentiometry for a few specific blood ions. Potentiometry is one of the methods of electroanalytical chemistry. It is usually employed to find the concentration of a solute in solution. Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Clorides (Cl) are the most current blood ions measured in clinical chemsitry.
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