oxygen electrode


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ox·y·gen e·lec·trode

an electrode, usually consisting of a platinum wire or dropping mercury, used to measure the dioxygen concentration in a solution.

oxygen electrode

An electrode used to measure the partial pressure of oxygen (Po2) or the blood glucose concentration of a fluid sample. Synonym: Clark electrode; Po2 electrode; polarographic electrode
See also: electrode
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