JUMO reference electrodes / diaphragm tube (201083)
- Glass shaft (DIN 19263)
- Plug cap and screw cap Pg13.5 are possible
- Fitting length 120 x 12 mm
- Other fitting lengths upon request
- High quality zirconium dioxide diaphragm
- Reference electrodes suitable for pH and Redox measurements
- Sturdy reference potential through proven Ag/AgCl control system
- High-viscous 3mol potassium chloride gel
- Circonia dioxide diaphragm
- Diaphragm tube for the attachment of electrolytic keys
- Use where electrode toxins are encountered The diaphragm can be changed
The task of reference electrodes is to supply a constant potential during potentiometric measurements. The counterpart is the potential of an indicator electrode (e.g. a pH glass electrode). Reference electrodes are equipped with a silver/silver oxide discharge system in the form of a cartridge. A 3 mol potassium chloride solution is used as a reference electrolyte. Application temperature range: between 0...90°C. As an option, the reference electrodes can also be supplied with a liquid KCI electrolyte. In this case, the application temperature is between 0...135°C. Here the maximum operating temperature of the glass electrode used has to be taken into account.
Potentiometric measurements can be disturbed or falsified due to physical and/or chemical interactions between the medium to be measured and the reference system of electro-chemical probes. In such cases the use of an electrolytic key is recommended, which is established by means of a diaphragm tube. Diaphragm tubes can be made of PVDF or PTFE. The diaphragm is made of PTFE and has a 5 mm diameter.