amperometric transducer

amperometric transducer

[am‚pir·ə¦me·trik tranz′dū·sər]
(engineering)
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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Luong's sensor uses the enzymes nucleodase, nucleoside phosphorylase, and xanthine oxidase as the biodetecting elements, together with amperometric transducer, to measure a factor in fish tissue known as the "K" value.
an enzyme works as the recognition element or reagent and an amperometric transducer device relays the signals from the enzymatic reactions to the microprocessor unit.
So, in combination with amperometric transducers, the copper-containing amine oxidases have been used as a biosensor bioselective material for the determination of amines in foods and drinks [14, 15].