platinum electrode

platinum electrode

[′plat·ən·əm i′lek‚trōd]
(physical chemistry)
A solid platinum wire electrode used during voltammetric analyses of electrolytes.
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The catalyst produced in this research decreases the voltage required for methanol oxidation up to 500 mV in comparison with platinum electrode, and it significantly increases the produced current.
5% sodium chloride and distilled water is used as the electrolyte in all cells, and the platinum electrode is used as anode.
which operates the Tanaka Precious Metals' manufacturing business, had successfully developed a platinum electrode able to produce ozone solution widely used in applications such as sterilization and deodorizing at 40 times the efficiency of existing technology.
0 mm diameter) as a working electrode, and all potentials reported here were referred to this electrode, a saturated calomel electrode (SCE) as a reference electrode which all potentials were reported with respect to this reference, and a platinum electrode as a counter electrode.
The working platinum electrode was cleaned by using fuming nitric acid and repeatedly washed with de-ionized water after each experiment.
Lezna, "A Kinetic Analyses of the Electro-Oxidation of Ethanol at a Platinum Electrode in Acid Medium," Electrocchim.
They spray the platinum electrode with a smattering of gold nanopartieles.
The electrochemical cell assembly used in the present investigation is of 500ml capacity equipped with a saturated calomel electrode and platinum electrode which served as reference electrode and auxiliary electrode respectively.
In this study, when a platinum electrode was used and the amine was sulphide, we think that the mechanism was identical, based on the cyclic voltammograms (Fig.
An electrochemical biosensor might consist of a polymeric sensing membrane containing a selective reagent interfaced to a measurement device such as an ion-selective electrode or a platinum electrode.