auxiliary electrode

auxiliary electrode

[ȯg′zil·yə·rē i′lek‚trōd]
(physical chemistry)
An electrode in an electrochemical cell used for transfer of electric current to the test electrode.
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Some researchers produced twisted nanofibers by controlling the whipping jet and using a modified electric field from an auxiliary electrode (31) or the manipulation of the electric field (32), applying mechanical stretching to the electro-spun nanofibers (33), and self-bundling (34) to prepare continuous twisted yarn.
Figure 3 shows a shape angle effect of the auxiliary electrode.
The thin-layer electrochemical cell had dual glassy carbon working electrodes (in the parallel mode), a Ag/AgCl (3 mol/L NaCl) reference electrode, and a stainless-steel auxiliary electrode.
Rectangular plates of Stainless Steel (type 316) of size 4cm x 4cm were used as cathode while platinum foil as auxiliary electrode.
Working electrode and auxiliary electrode were arranged parallel to each other in the EMI[M.
The Ag/AgCl electrode served as a reference electrode and the outlet of the microdialysis probe as an auxiliary electrode (see Supplemental Fig.
Electrochemical cell of 500 ml capacity fitted with saturated calomel electrode (SCE) as the reference electrode, platinum foil as an auxiliary electrode and working electrode (316LVM) of 1[cm.
The reference electrode was a Ag/AgCl electrode (saturated KCI), and the auxiliary electrode was a platinum wire.
Multiple-Nozzle Electrospinning System With an Auxiliary Electrode
A saturated calomel electrode (SCE) was used as reference and a Pt foil served as the auxiliary electrode.
The hydrogel is placed on the sensor composed of working, reference, and auxiliary electrodes.
In almost all applications, the potentiostat measures the current flow between the working WE and auxiliary electrodes RE, (Rab et al.

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