An oxygen sensor using zinc air electrochemical cells: a simple device to demonstrate applied technology in electrochemistry teaching
Issue 361 | Page 30 | Published Jan 2016
The oxygen sensor is a simple device that is able to demonstrate a practical use of electrochemical cells, it is inexpensive and safe to use in a science classroom.
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