Thermo Orion Single Junction Reference Half-Cell Electrode

The Thermo Orion Reference Electrode (single junction) is recommended for all pH and ion selective measurements.

Features

  • Sure flow sleeve junction for easy cleaning
  • Ag/AgCl reference electrode
  • For use with Ion selective electrodes
List Price $252.00
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Thermo Orion Single Junction Reference Half-Cell Electrode900100 Orion single junction Sure-Flow reference half-cell electrode with epoxy body, refillable, pin tip connection, 1m cable
$234.36
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Thermo Orion Single Junction Reference Half-Cell Electrode
900100
Orion single junction Sure-Flow reference half-cell electrode with epoxy body, refillable, pin tip connection, 1m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$234.36
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The Thermo Orion's reference electrode (half cell, single junction) is a sleeve type Ag/AgCl electrode designed for precision measurements with ion selective electrodes. It features a SureFlow sleeve junction for easy cleaning and a sleek epoxy body. This electrode is recommended for all pH and ion-selective measurements with a pH range of 0 to 14 and temperature range of 0 to 100°C.
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