Liquid Junction Potential Calculator

LJPcalc

LJPcalc is a free and open source liquid junction potential (LJP) calculator. LJPcalc can be run in the browser or downloaded for Windows. See the theory page for usage tips, advanced considerations, and suggestions for applications related to biology and electrophysiology.

Citing LJPcalc

If LJPcalc facilitated your research, consider citing this project by name so it can benefit others too:

Liquid junction potential was calculated according to the stationary Nernst-Planck equation using LJPcalc┬╣

[1] Harden, SW and Brogioli, D (2020). LJPcalc [Online]. Available: https://swharden.com/software/LJPcalc, Accessed on: Jan 1, 2020.

Authors

LJPcalc was created by Scott W Harden in 2020. LJPcalc began as C# port of JLJP, a Java application by Doriano Brogioli originally published on SourceForge in 2013. LJPcalc uses calculation methods described by Marino et al., 2014.

Source code last modified on January 6th, 2021
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title: LJPcalc - Liquid Junction Potential (LJP) Calculator
description: LJPcalc is an application for calculating liquid junction potentitals between two solutions with known ion concentrations
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# LJPcalc

**LJPcalc is a free and open source liquid junction potential (LJP) calculator.** LJPcalc can be [run in the browser](app) or [downloaded for Windows](download). See the [theory page](theory.md.html) for usage tips, advanced considerations, and suggestions for applications related to biology and electrophysiology.

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## Citing LJPcalc

If LJPcalc facilitated your research, consider citing this project by name so it can benefit others too:

> _Liquid junction potential was calculated according to the stationary Nernst-Planck equation using LJPcalc┬╣_
> <br><br>
> [1] Harden, SW and Brogioli, D (2020). LJPcalc [Online]. Available: https://swharden.com/software/LJPcalc, Accessed on: Jan 1, 2020.

## Authors
LJPcalc was created by [Scott W Harden](http://swharden.com/) in 2020. LJPcalc began as C# port of [JLJP](https://github.com/swharden/JLJP), a Java application by [Doriano Brogioli](https://sites.google.com/site/dbrogioli/) originally published [on SourceForge](http://jljp.sourceforge.net/) in 2013. LJPcalc uses calculation methods described by [Marino et al., 2014](https://arxiv.org/abs/1403.3640).