reduction potential

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reduction potential

[ri′dək·shən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
The potential drop involved in the reduction of a positively charged ion to a neutral form or to a less highly charged ion, or of a neutral atom to a negatively charged ion.
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The saturated calomel electrode was used as the reference electrode and the platinum electrode as the indicator electrode.
To get the volt-ampere characteristics of periodontal tissues there was developed a noninvasive two-electrode sensor (Figure 1), an indicator electrode that was made on the basis of parodontometer, and as a passive electrode for use on the lip.
Next only one was used as indicator electrode to determination Fl in Bioxetin tablets.