9342BN

Thermo Orion Half-Cell Surfactant Electrode

Thermo Orion Half-Cell Surfactant Electrode

Description

Thermo Orion Surfactant Electrode for end point detection in titrations of anionic or cationic surfactants in a solution.

Features

  • Plastic membrane half-cell
  • Requires 900200 reference electrode
  • Endpoint indicator
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Thermo Orion surfactant electrode is a potentiometric sensor for end point detection in titrations of anionic or cationic surfactants in a solution. It is ideal for surfactant detecting electrode in anionic or cationic titration which is specifically designed for use on Thermo Orion 960 Autochemistry system. A double junction reference electrode must be used, but electrodes can also be used on meters with a variety of inputs when an adapter is used.
Notable Specifications:
  • Concentration range: Endpoint indicator
  • Temperature range: 0-40°C
  • Calibration Standards: 0.5 M Hyamine titrant
  • Required Reference: 900200
  • Reference Filling Solution: 900002 inner /810007 outer
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thermo Orion Half-Cell Surfactant Electrode 9342BN Orion surfactant plastic membrane half-cell electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable
$1030.20
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Thermo Orion Double Junction Reference Half-Cell Electrode 900200 Orion double junction Sure-Flow reference half-cell electrode with epoxy body, refillable, pin tip connection, 1m cable
$226.95
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Thermo Orion Double Junction Reference Electrode Inner Fill Solution 900002 Orion double junction reference electrode inner fill solution, (5) 60mL bottles
$84.75
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Thermo Orion ROSS pH Electrode Fill Solution 810007 Orion ROSS pH electrode fill solution, 3 M KCl, (5) 60mL bottles
$84.07
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