Diffusion coefficients of oxygen , hydrogen peroxide and glucose in a hydrogel

@inproceedings{StroeBlezen2001DiffusionCO,
  title={Diffusion coefficients of oxygen , hydrogen peroxide and glucose in a hydrogel},
  author={van Stroe-Blezen and Frans M. Everaerts and L. J. J. Tacken Janssen},
  year={2001}
}
For the design of a new glucose sensor, a knowledge of the diffusion of all partlclpatmg compounds IS needed A rotating disc electrode covered unth hydrogel layer was used to determme the effectlve dlftislon coefficients (Den) of oxygen, hydrogen peronde and hydroqumone m a hydrogel, which IS used m the sensor Measurements were camed out under steady-state condltlons The three compounds appeared to be slowed by the gel to the same extent A comparison was made between the Den values of glucose… CONTINUE READING
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