OXYGEN CONCENTRATION, TEMPERATURE, AND VISCOSITY DETERMINATIONS: POLAROGRAPHIC TECHNIC
Final rept. for Jun-Oct 1965
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TX
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A technic was developed for determining the effects of ionizing radiation on molecular oxygen concentration in an aqueous solution. The polarographic principle was used for determining oxygen concentration, temperature, and viscosity of solution, and oxygen concentration in gas. The polarographic system has the following principal characteristics 1 parameters can be remotely measured, permitting the system to be used in environments hostile to observers i.e., radiation 2 temperature measurement can be made within 1C. 3 changes in temperature are recorded instantly 4 oxygen concentration can be measured with a resolution well within 1 mm. Hg and 5 oxygen changes are recorded instantly.
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