reversible electrode

reversible electrode

[ri′vər·sə·bəl i′lek‚trōd]
(physical chemistry)
An electrode that owes its potential to unit charges of a reversible nature, in contrast to electrodes used in electroplating and destroyed during their use.
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PUK 3 spot welders both include stainless steel controller and Mezzo Stereomicroscope, welding handpiece, 10 reversible electrode rips, cross-locking electrode tweezers, flat electrode pliers, electrode clamp, diamond disc for cleaning tips, 10-ft gas hose and instructions.

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