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    Saturated Calomel Reference Electrode

    Purchase SCE saturated calomel reference electrode online. Low cost SCE is a widely used reference electrode in electrochemical measurements. It consists of a mercury-based electrode immersed in a saturated solution of potassium chloride (KCl) and mercury(I) chloride (Hg2Cl2).
    SKU: ATO-RE-232-01
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    SCE saturated calomel electrode has a well-defined and reproducible potential, making it an ideal reference electrode for many electrochemical applications, including pH measurements and corrosion studies. Its stability, low maintenance, and relatively wide potential range make it a standard in electrochemical research, providing a reliable reference for comparison in various experimental setups.


    Model ATO-232-01
    Electrode Type Saturated Calomel (Hg/ Hg2Cl2) Reference Electrode
    Reference Type Saturated Calomel Single Salt Bridge Type
    Salt Bridge Material Ceramic Sand Core
    Filling Liquid Saturated KCl
    Shell Material Glass
    Temperature Range 5℃~55℃
    Dimension φ12*120mm
    Connector U-Shaped Fork Piece


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    Tips: Can saturated calomel reference electrodes be used in non-aqueous solutions?

    Saturated calomel reference electrodes (SCEs) are primarily designed for use in aqueous solutions. The internal filling solution of SCEs typically consists of saturated potassium chloride (KCl) in water, which allows for stable and reproducible potential measurements in aqueous electrolytes. However, SCEs are not suitable for non-aqueous solutions due to the potential for changes in the reference electrode's performance.

    In non-aqueous environments, the water-based filling solution may evaporate or be incompatible with the solvent, leading to unreliable readings and potential damage to the electrode. Alternative reference electrodes, such as silver/silver chloride electrodes with appropriate filling solutions, are often preferred for non-aqueous systems to ensure accurate and consistent potential measurements. Choosing a reference electrode tailored to the specific solvent and electrolyte system is crucial for reliable electrochemical measurements in non-aqueous solutions.

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