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amperometric transducer[am‚pir·ə¦me·trik tranz′dū·sər]
A transducer in which the concentration of a dissolved substance is determined from the electric current produced between two electrodes immersed in the test solution when one of the electrodes is kept at a selected electric potential with respect to the solution.
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, the copper-containing amine oxidases have been used as a biosensor bioselective material for the determination of amines in foods and drinks [14, 15].