Researchers have developed a new electrode for analyzing lithium ion concentrations. Unlike traditional systems, it could be manufactured in a small format at low costs. The key is the material lithium-iron-phosphate, which is also utilized in lithium ion batteries. The operating principle could be applied to the analysis of other ions, such as are necessary for blood analyses and industrial tests.

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