Thermo Scientific™

Dionex™ ED50A Electrochemical Detector Working Electrodes

Catalog number: 044114
Thermo Scientific™

Dionex™ ED50A Electrochemical Detector Working Electrodes

Catalog number: 044114

Offer consistent results with very good lifetimes with Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ ED50A Electrochemical Detector Working Electrodes.

 
Catalog Number
044114
Unit Size
Each
Description
ED50 A Working Electrode, Ag, with gasket and polishing pad
Price (USD)
Full specifications
DescriptionED50 A Working Electrode, Ag, with gasket and polishing pad
For Use With (Equipment)ED50 Electrochemical Detector
MaterialSilver in a Polymeric Support
Product LineDionex
TypeSilver Electrode
Unit SizeEach
Catalog Number
044112
also known as 44112
Unit Size
Each
Description
ED50 A Working Electrode, Au, with gasket and polishing pad
Price (USD)
Full specifications
DescriptionED50 A Working Electrode, Au, with gasket and polishing pad
For Use With (Equipment)ED50 Electrochemical Detector
MaterialGold in a Polymeric Support
Product LineDionex
TypeGold Electrode
Unit SizeEach
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044114Full specifications
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DescriptionED50 A Working Electrode, Ag, with gasket and polishing pad
For Use With (Equipment)ED50 Electrochemical Detector
MaterialSilver in a Polymeric Support
Product LineDionex
TypeSilver Electrode
Unit SizeEach
044112
also known as 44112
Full specifications
EachED50 A Working Electrode, Au, with gasket and polishing padRequest A Quote
DescriptionED50 A Working Electrode, Au, with gasket and polishing pad
For Use With (Equipment)ED50 Electrochemical Detector
MaterialGold in a Polymeric Support
Product LineDionex
TypeGold Electrode
Unit SizeEach
Showing 2 of 2
  • Electrodes consist of a rod of the electrode material embedded in a polymeric support
  • CWEs provide users with the option to polish electrode surfaces should the performance degrade over time or when performance diminishes as a result of multiple analyses

Four types of electrode materials are available

  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Platinum
  • Glassy carbon

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