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Sea-Bird 101: Conductivity Cells

Sea-Bird Scientific has found success by packaging electrodes into a borosilicate glass tube. Watch Senior Oceanographer Dr. Kim Martini explain Sea-Bird Scientific’s conductivity cell design, and why throwing glass into the ocean can actually be a good thing.

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August 14, 2021

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