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Title: Toward developing long-life water quality sensors for the ISS using planar REDOX and conductivity sensors
Authors: Buehler, M. G.
Kuhlman, G. M.
Keymeulen, D.
Myung, N.
Kounaves, S. P.
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2003
Citation: 2003 IEEE Aerospace Conference
Big Sky, MT, USA
Abstract: REDOX and conductivity sensors are metal electrodes that are used to detect ionic species in solution by measuring the electrochemical cell current as the voltage is scanned. This paper describes the construction of the sensors, the potentiostat electronics, the measurement methodology, and applications to water quality measurements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/10982
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