Phantom of the Oxygraph: Artifactual Oxygen Consumption Resulting from the Evolution of Nitrogen or Other Low Solubility Non-Oxygen Gas
Keywords:Liberation; Nitrogen; Nitrosourea; Oxygraph; Sulfonylhydrazine
The generation of microliter quantities of a gas such as nitrogen in an Oxygraph chamber can result in apparent/artifactual oxygen consumption. This can easily be misconstrued as due to the occurrence of a radical reaction, or greater oxygen consumption than is, in actuality, occurring.
(First online: June 5, 2023)
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