Rotating ring disk electrode

Rotating ring disk electrode
Artikkelnummer: AUT.RRDE

The Autolab RRDE is a low-noise rotating ring disk electrode that can be used to perform electrochemical measurements under controlled hydrodynamic conditions. The ring and disk electrode assembly provides the means to detect reaction intermediates in situ through collection experiments.

The Autolab RRDE uses 2 identical friction-less mercury contacts for low noise measurements and can be used with any Autolab potentiostat/galvanostat fitted with the BA, dual-mode bipotentiostat module.

The rotation speed of the RRDE is controlled manually with the button on the front of the motor control unit. The RRDE can also be controlled remotely with the Autolab software.
The rotation speed can be varied continuously between 100 and 10,000 rpm with a resolution of 1 rpm.

  • Spesifikasjoner
  • Delebetegnelse
  • Tilleggsutstyr
Acceleration and deceleration rate (RPM/s) 4000.0
Maximum current in ampère 0.5
Number of electrodes 2.0
Rotation rate range 100 - 10000 RPM

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  • Rotating Ring Disk Electrode, Platinum disk Platinum ring
    RRDE.PTPT
    Rotating Ring Disk Electrode, Platinum disk Platinum ring

    The RRDE electrode tip consist of a 5 mm disc of platinum with a concentric platinum ring at a distance of 375µm, leading to a theoretical collection efficiency of 24.9%.

     

     

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  • Rotating ring disk electrode, Gold disk Platinum ring
    RRDE.AUPT
    Rotating ring disk electrode, Gold disk Platinum ring

    The RRDE electrode tip consist of a 5 mm disc of gold with a concentric platinum ring at a distance of 375µm, leading to a theoretical collection efficiency of 24.9%.

  • Rotating ring disk electrode, Glassy Carbon disk Platinum ring
    RRDE.GCPT
    Rotating ring disk electrode, Glassy Carbon disk Platinum ring

    The RRDE electrode tip consist of a 5 mm disc of Glassy Carbon with a concentric platinum ring at a distance of 375µm, leading to a theoretical collection efficiency of 24.9%.