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The electrode has a self-contained reference electrode, the liquid junction being formed by a ceramic porous plug. The same type of self-contained reference electrode is used in a capillary electrode developed by Severinghaus (S2) in cooperation with Radiometer, Copenhagen. It is our experience, that porous plugs between a protein-containing solution such as blood and saturated potassium chloride very frequently give erroneous results due to protein clotting in the plug. This presents difEculties in ascertaining that the measured biological pH values are correct, even if the reproducibility is good.