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calomel electrode[′kal·ə·məl i′lek‚trōd]
A reference electrode of known potential consisting of mercury, mercury chloride (calomel), and potassium chloride solution; used to measure pH and electromotive force. Also known as calomel half-cell; calomel reference electrode.