1989-07-01

Paramagnetic O 2 - Sensor (ParaO) 891536

Oxygen is one of the few gases of technical importance which are paramagnetic. Furthermore the paramagnetic effect of oxygen - i. e. its permeability - is much higher than the magnetic constant of other gases of importance. Thus the paramagnetism of oxygen may be used to determine the partial pressure of oxygen specifically.

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