ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS & ELECTRODES

An electrochemical cell is a device that produces an electric current from energy released by a spontaneous redox reaction. It has two conductive electrodes, called the anode and the cathode. The anode is defined as the electrode where oxidation occurs. The cathode is the electrode where reduction takes place. Electrodes can be made from any sufficiently conductive materials, such as metals, semiconductors, graphite, and even conductive polymers. In between these electrodes is the electrolyte, which contains ions that can freely move.

Rotalab provides a wide range of electrochemical cells and electrodes for general, as well as specific, experiments.

Cell Kits
  • K0047
    Corrosion Cell Kit

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Corrosion Cell Kit
    Electrochemistry Cell Kit
  • K0235
    Flat Cell Kit

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Flat Cell Kit
    Electrochemistry Cell Kit
  • K0264
    Micro-Cell Kit

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Micro-Cell Kit
    Electrochemistry Cell Kit
  • K0307
    Tait Cell Kit

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Tait Cell Kit
    Electrochemistry Cell Kit
  • RDE0018
    Analytical Cell Kit

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Analytical Cell Kit
    Electrochemistry Cell Kit
Electrodes
  • K0077
    Saturated Calomel Reference Electrode

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Saturated Calomel Reference Electrode
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • K0103
    Non-Aqueous Reference Electrode

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Non-Aqueous Reference Electrode
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • K0260
    Ag/AgCl Reference Electrode

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Silver-Silver Chloride (Ag/AgCl) Reference Electrode
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • K0265
    Ag/AgCl Reference Electrode

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Silver-Silver Chloride (Ag/AgCl) Reference Electrode
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • G0093
    Hg/HgSO4 Reference Electrode

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Mercury-Mercurous Sulfate (Hg/HgSO4) Reference Electrode
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • 616A
    Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE)

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE)
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode
  • 636A
    Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode (RRDE)

    PRINCETON APPLIED RESEARCH
    Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode (RRDE)
    Electrochemical Reference Electrode