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6. Diagram of pC0, electrode. bicarbonate solution separated from the blood by a thin membrane of Teflon. The Teflon is permeable to Con, but not to HC03-, so that the pC02 of gas or fluid outside the Teflon membrane will determine the pH of the bicarbonate solution inside the membrane. The response time of the electrode can be fixed by using nylon stockings or powdered glass wool inside the Teflon membrane. 0254 mm) Teflon gives electrodes with a 95% response in 20 seconds (S2). , Boston, Mass.