Electrochemical sensor for dissolved oxygen with a flow-through working electrode
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Electrochemical sensor for dissolved oxygen was developed and tested. The working electrode of the sensor is situated directly in the medium being analyzed. The role of the working electrode is played by a porous metallic silver electrode. It was shown that the sensor can be used both in the previously suggested coulometric mode and in the classical amperometric mode for monitoring of high-purity aqueous media used as heat-transfer agents in thermal and nuclear power engineering.
KeywordsDissolve Oxygen Electrochemical Sensor Auxiliary Electrode Nuclear Power Engineering Hydroxonium
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