Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cadmium Electrode

Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cadmium Electrode


Orion ionplus sure-flow solid state combination cadmium electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable


  • Sensing and reference half-cells built into one electrode
  • Sure-Flow reference junction prevents electrode clogging
  • Provides fast and stable readings
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The Thermo Orion ionplus Cadmium Electrode measures cadmium ions in aqueous solutions quickly, simply, accurately, and economically.
Notable Specifications:
  • Construction: ionplus Sure-Flow solid state combination
  • Measurement Range: 0.1 to 10(-7) M / 11,200 to 0.01 ppm
  • Temp Range: 0 to 80 C
  • Required Reference Electrode: Included
  • Reference Filling Solution: 900061
  • Calibration Standards: Consult user guide
  • Required ISA: 940011
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Thermo Orion ionplus Sure-Flow Cadmium Electrode 9648BNWP Orion ionplus sure-flow solid state combination cadmium electrode, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
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Thermo Orion Optimum Results A Electrode Fill Solution 900061 Orion Optimum Results A electrode fill solution, (5) 60mL bottles
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Thermo Orion 94 Series ISA 940011 Orion 94 series ISA, 475 mL
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