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Schmah; Martin
Frankfurt, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5954930 Reference electrode for electrolytic cells having an ion-conducting solid electrolyte September 21, 1999
The invention relates to a reference electrode for electrolytic cells having an ion-conducting solid electrolyte, to sensors comprising the reference electrode of the invention and to their use of the reference electrode for analyzing gases.
5439581 Solid electrolyte sensor August 8, 1995
A solid electrolyte sensor device for determining gas concentrations in measurement gases, with a sensor formed by a solid electrolyte which is arranged between at least two electrodes. The electrodes are permeable to gas and at least one of the electrodes faces the measurement gas. An
5403452 Method for determining gas concentrations and gas sensor with a solid electrolyte April 4, 1995
The invention relates to a method for determining the concentration of gases in a mixture of gasses by means of a gas sensor composed of three electrodes 1,2,3 and a solid electrolyte 4 upon the surface of which are secured the electrodes. A voltage Us being composed of a dc component Ud

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