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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Changes in potential were detected by a platinum electrode (model: 213; Shanghai precision scientific instrument Co.
The circuit consists of two electrodes - a gold electrode placed on this piezoelectric material and a platinum electrode placed on its underside.
Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Akira Tanae) announced today that platinum electrode catalysts for fuel cells manufactured by, Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.
The cyclic voltammograms recorded on a platinum electrode in 1:2:0.
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.
Pulsed voltammetric study of 2-[35-bis(11-dimethylethyl)-4-oxo-25-cyclohexadien-1- ylidene]acetonitrile was undertaken at platinum electrode in acetonitrile containing sodium perchlorate.
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.
Instead, they use methanol, which provides the hydrogen when mixed directly with steam generated by the cell and fed to the platinum electrode.
The working platinum electrode was cleaned by using fuming nitric acid and repeatedly washed with de-ionized water after each experiment.