Measurement of oxygen tension by the oxygen cathode


The usefulness of the flush-ended electrode forin vivo measurements of oxygen tension in tissue has been restricted by the lack of a satisfactory theoretical or empirical relationship between the polarographic current and the oxygen tension in the tissue. It is shown here that, if the electrode is small enough (so that its oxygen consumption is negligible… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02474531


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