Potentiometric Polarographic PO2 Electrode (PO2-PPE)
Polarographic electrodes in general have the disadvantage of being “poisoned” by many chemical substances which are dissolved even in only minimal amounts in the electrolyte solution making the contact between the cathode and the anode. This electrode-poisoning causes substantial drift and therefore limits the accuracy of long-term measurements.
KeywordsLiquid Membrane Proton Gradient Electrode Function Disposable Electrode Polarographic Electrode
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