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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AUXILIARY ELECTRODE VOLTAGE WHEN TOUCHING THE BLIND SPOTS Electrode Voltage(mV) C14- C12- C14 Caux14 Caux14 Caux12 No-Touch 0 0 366.
For CV, a glassy carbon electrode 3 mm in diameter, a platinum wire auxiliary electrode and a saturated calomel reference electrode (SCE) were used.
2]), saturated calomel reference electrode and a platinum wire auxiliary electrode.
The reference and auxiliary electrode were Hg/HgO/1M KOH and pure Pt, respectively involving in nitrogen (N2).
It was used a three-electrode system comprising a platinum wire auxiliary electrode, a Ag/AgCl reference electrode and carbon paste electrodes as working electrode.
Three-electrode configuration was used including Ag/AgCl, Cl-1 as reference electrode and platinum spiral as auxiliary electrode, Carbon and titanium electrodes were used as working electrode.
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.
Three-compartment cell with a saturated calomel reference electrode (SCE) and a platinum foil auxiliary electrode was used.
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.

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