A study on stability of physically coated mercury film electrode
In this paper, a new method of maintaining the high sensitivity and stability of a physically coated mercury film electrode is proposed, and its mechanism is explained. The polarographic analysis procedure in this method can be simplified, the analysis precision can be raised, and the life of the electrode can be prolonged. The method is practical.
KeywordsMercury Electrode Pacific Water Remote Sensing Image Mercury Film Electrode Sensitivity
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