Oxygen sensors and pumps

Subbarao, E. C. ; Maiti, H. S. (1988) Oxygen sensors and pumps Advances in Ceramics, 24 . pp. 731-747. ISSN 0730-9546

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The underlying principles, design criteria, sources of error, reliability tests, and reference electrodes, both internal and external of oxygen sensors based on zirconia electrolytes are reviewed, followed by a discussion of applications, for example, automobile exhausts, combustion control in boilers, heat treatment and glass tank furnaces, pollution control, and high-temperature pH meters. The principle underlying an oxygen pump is outlined and its use for oxygen control in mixtures of inert gas-oxygen, CO-CO", H2-H2O are described. Its utility in steam electrolysis and in chemical reactions is discussed.

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