Measurement at galvanic voltage sources
Daniell cell, series and parallel circuits
Electrochemical potentials (voltage sequence)
Determination of the standard potentials of different metals and non ...
This model of a dry battery was invented by the French chemist Georges Leclanché in the 1860s. It consists of a cylindric zinc electrode, a rod shaped carbon electrode, a clay vessel and a batterie glass. Filled with cell electrolyte ...
• Conductors and non-conductors
• Determining electrolytes
• Distinguishing between 5 typical electrolytes
• Conductivity of melted salts
Easy to use meter for determining conductivity of electrolytes ...
Set for measuring electrochemical potentials of various metals in experiments intended for students. Inclusive Digital multimeter.
Trough: approx. 85x70x45 mm³
Elecrodes: approx. 76x40 mm²
1 flat trough ...
For studying the properties of an electrochemical cell. The Daniell cell consists of a cylindric zinc and copper electrode, a clay vessel and a battery glass. Filled with cell electrolyte the Daniell cell supplies a voltage of approx. 1.1 volts ...
For electrolysis of water, the quantitative determination of the gases formed and establishing Faraday's laws. Consists of two scaled gas-collection tubes connected by flexible plastic hose with leveling bulb for pressure compensation and hence ...
Replica of Alessandro Volta’s apparatus consisting of series-connected galvanic cells to make up a source of electricity.
Zinc and copper plates stacked in alternation on top of each other are separated in each case by a piece of felt ...
Hofmann’s voltameter is used for determining the chemical composition of water by volume. The apparatus consists of three vertical glass tubes connected to each other at the bottom. Taps at the top ends of the outside tubes are closed ...