Electrodes

Electrodes can be used as analytical sensors to determine the concentration of analytes. There are many types of electrodes, which can be used as single cells or electrode pairs, including ion specific / ion selective electrodes (such as pH electrodes), fuel cell, process, microprobes, physiological and lab electrodes. Features to consider include stability, adjustable flow speed, speed of results and buffers required. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

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