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Electroanalytical Methods pp Cite as. In most electrochemical measurements it is necessary to keep one of the electrodes in an electrochemical cell at a constant potential. This so-called reference electrode allows control of the potential of a working electrode e. The standard hydrogen electrode plays the role of a basic reference element in electrochemical devices; however, in practice, it is difficult to handle. Therefore, secondary reference electrodes are preferred in most experiments. A secondary reference electrode must fulfill the following criteria: i it should be chemically and electrochemically reversible, i.
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Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3. INFO: Never allow the filling solution in a reference electrode to completely dry. Figure 4. Figure 5. Figure 6.
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