Traditional PO2 electrode

The Clark ( PO2) electrode is a polarographic device that measures oxygen tensions by oxidation-reduction reactions, a chemical process that generates measurable electrical currents. The polarographic electrode consists of a platinum cathode and a silver anode immersed in an electrolyte solution. The Clark electrode is bathed in an electrolyte solution with an oxygen-permeable polypropylene membrane covering the cathode tip. A silver (Ag) anode immersed in an electrolyte solution oxidizes silver producing a constant flow of electrons (current):

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