A saturated calomel
electrode or other electrodes such as silver/silver chloride or mercury/mercury sulfate can also be used as the reference electrode.
They proposed a shift away from the more trusted antiphlogistic paradigm of treatment, which involved emetics, calomel
purgatives, cupping and bloodletting, and instead endeavoured to restore the body back to its natural state by hydration and heat therapy.
Each urine sample was immediately cooled to room temperature (25[degrees]C), and the redox potential was measured using a Crison potentiometer, with a platinum electrode as the working electrode and a saturated calomel
electrode as the reference electrode.
Using Volta Lab apparatus model PGZ 100 at the corrosion laboratory of engineering faculty at Cairo University, a standard calomel
electrode and platinum electrode were used as a reference and counter electrode, respectively.
Photoelectrochemical study was conducted using a Gamry PCI4/750 Potentiostat and a three-electrode system containing CZAS electrode, saturated calomel
reference electrode (SCE), and a platinum counter electrode, which were immersed in an aqueous solution of 0.07 M Eu[(N[O.sub.3]).sub.3] x 6[H.sub.2]O.
The experiments were conducted using a conventional electrochemical cell with three electrodes, where a saturated calomel
electrode (SCE) was employed as reference electrode and a platinum wire was used as counter-electrode.
Soil pH was measured using a low conductivity glass calomel
electrode in a soil suspension prepared by mixing 10g of moist soil with 20 ml of distilled water.
The cross-cut area was exposed in 3.5% NaCl solution at room temperature and then cathodically polarized at -1.5 V for 24 h using saturated calomel
(SCE) and a graphite rod as reference and counter electrodes, respectively, by a PAR versaSTAT MC instrument.
A conventional three-electrodes cell with a pt sheet as counter electrode and saturated calomel
(SCE) as reference electrode.