Definition of Hydrogen electrode

1. Noun. (chemistry physics) an electrode in which hydrogen gas is adsorbed on platinum ¹

¹ Source:

Medical Definition of Hydrogen electrode

1. The ultimate standard of reference in all pH determinations, limited and technically difficult to use, consisting of a piece of spongy platinum black partly immersed in a solution in a small glass tube; the tube above the solution is filled with hydrogen gas that is bubbled through the solution and absorbed by the platinum; the electrode thus measures the potential between H2 and H+, the "standard" potential of which (1 atmosphere, 1 molar) is taken as zero; hence, the hydrogen electrode potential measures [H+] or pH. (05 Mar 2000)

Hydrogen Electrode Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Hydrogen Electrode Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrogen Electrode

hydrogen car
hydrogen carbonate
hydrogen carrier
hydrogen cars
hydrogen chlorate
hydrogen chloride
hydrogen chlorite
hydrogen cyanide
hydrogen cycle
hydrogen dehydrogenase
hydrogen dioxide
hydrogen disulfide
hydrogen disulphide
hydrogen donor
hydrogen economy
hydrogen electrode (current term)
hydrogen embrittlement
hydrogen exponent
hydrogen fluoride
hydrogen gas
hydrogen gas electrode
hydrogen gas electrodes
hydrogen halide
hydrogen hydroxide
hydrogen iodide
hydrogen ion
hydrogen ion concentration
hydrogen lamp
hydrogen line
hydrogen monoxide

Other Resources Relating to: Hydrogen electrode

Search for Hydrogen electrode on!Search for Hydrogen electrode on!Search for Hydrogen electrode on Google!Search for Hydrogen electrode on Wikipedia!