A velocity magnitude transducer for use with saline containing dissolved oxygen
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The theoretical response of an oxygen-reducing copper cathode to saline velocity is described for a range of electrode shapes and sizes and an experimental study of various velocity magnitude transducers based on the effect is presented. A preferred form of transducer is suggested which is small, requires one-sided access to low-volume solutions and has a symmetrical square-root response to velocity magnitude covering typically the range from 800 to 1 mm s-1. The time dependence of the response and other factors limiting the performance of the transducer are discussed.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 1979|