9458BN

Thermo Orion Half-Cell Thiocyanate Electrode

Thermo Orion Half-Cell Thiocyanate Electrode

Description

The Thermo Orion thiocyanate electrode provides quick, accurate, and economical measurement of thiocyanate ion in aqueous solutions.

Features

  • Range of 58,100 to 0.29 ppm
  • Used with the double junction reference electrode
  • Less than 100 K ohms electrode resistance
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Thermo Orion thiocyanate electrode provides quick, accurate, and economical measurement of thiocyanate ion in aqueous solutions. Built with an epoxy body for durability, it functions in a pH range of 2 to 10 and records levels of thiocyanate with a concentration of 58,100 to 0.29 ppm. The electrode comes with a BNC connection with a 1 meter cable for reaching sampling sites. This electrode is ideal for use in dyeing, photography, medicine and metabolic by-product conditions.
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