normal electrode

normal electrode

[′nȯr·məl i′lek‚trōd]
(electricity)
Standard electrode used for measuring electrode potentials.
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However, this process has slow electron transfer kinetics at the surface of normal electrodes.
Yet in recent experiments, ultrathin zinc wires did just the opposite: They conducted normally when between superconductive electrodes but became superconductive when between normal electrodes.
Dopamine, melatonin, methionine and caffeine are drugs or foodstuff, which cannot be measured on normal electrodes of gold, platinum or graphite at the same time.
However and due to some problems such as the slow oxidation of methanol and the pollution on the surface of normal electrodes, it is very important to produce new catalysts to overcome the limitations.