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This data relates to an oxygen sensing microfluidic device, device M1. The data set includes calibration data, a calibration curve constructed from the calibration data, and a field test in the Farmington Bay of the Great Salt Lake. Further tests were planned, but this device was accidentally destroyed. New devices are being constructed and data for these devices will be posted when they are available.
Each text file represents one or two different oxygen concentrations that were measured either as part of the calibration curve (the files with dates) or in the field test (the files with lengths, which represent the water depth at which the measurement was made). The text files are generated by a potentiostat, and the headers of each text file merely give the information about the potentiostat settings. In the summary spreadsheet, the text files are summarized and the calibration curve is constructed and used to find the dissolved oxygen concentrations.
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||iUTAH-innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability||1208732|
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