Use of an Optical Oxygen Sensor to Measure Dissolved Oxygen

There are lots of discussion such as measurement, electrodes, temperature voltage coefficient, surface layers, salinity, excitation light, oxygen sensor, dissolved oxygen, seawater, instrumental drift, solid line, and optical oxygen sensor are described inside the journal . In this journal you can find description regarding titration, temperature voltage, research, precise winkler titration, optical sensor, range, oxygen concentrations, data, saturation, fiber optic, fiber, and polarographic electrodes.

This journal presents information like concentrations, concentration, continuous monitoring, temperature, winkler titration method, surface, response time, preliminary, oxygen electrode, method, photometric endpoint, and saturation level. Here are chosen from this journal :

The use of an optical oxygen sensor to measure dissolved oxygen in seawater was investigated. The sensor is based on the dynamic quenching of an oxygen-sensitive fluorochrome embedded in the tip. Dissolved oxygen in seawater samples collected from eight stations at depths ranging from 3000 to 6000 m was analyzed both with the optical sensor and by the Winkler titration method. The two sets of data did not differ significantly. The stability and simplicity of the method and the good agreement of the results with those of the titration method indicate that the sensor would be useful for fieldwork.

Furthermore, this journal contains more regarding voltage coefficient, oxygen concentration, sensor, oxygen, sampling, ambient temperature, respiration, stability, titration method, voltage, and photomultiplier.

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