Inorganic Material Detection Based on Electrode Sensor


A replacement method for the detection of an inorganic material with a completely unique electrode sensor is proposed. Interfacial impedance and water bulk resistance are studied along during a model composed of electrodes, bulk media, and electrode–resolution interface. The frequency characteristic is used to measure double layer impedance and water bulk resistance. A planar electrode sensor is intended and fabricated, and also the experiment shows that the detectability of ions is clearly enhanced.

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