The Analysis of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon in Liquid Using a Microfluidic Conductivity Sensor with Membrane Separation of CO2

11 July 2019, Version 1
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Microfluidic lab on chip for measuring dissolved inorganic carbon with application to ocean chemical analysis and depth profiles. Miniaturised system using membrane separation of CO2 and concentration determination by conductivity for consideration on ocean autonomous floats.


Lab on chip
dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC)
Ocean Chemistry
Ocean acidification
PDMS membrane
Argo float


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