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Difference Between Graphite Electrode And Glassy Carbon Electrode

Released on Dec. 27, 2018

HP Graphite Electrode is a high temperature and oxidation resistant conductive material produced by petroleum, coke as aggregate and coal bitumen as binder, which are produced through a series of processes such as crushing, compounding, kneading, forming, roasting, impregnating, graphitization and mechanical processing.

Graphite electrodes have good electrical properties and chemical stability, high mechanical strength at high temperatures, low impurity content, and good vibration resistance. It is a good conductor of heat and electricity.

It is widely used in steelmaking arc furnaces, refining furnaces, production of ferroalloys, industrial silicon, yellow phosphorus, corundum and other submerged arc furnaces and other melting furnaces that use arcs to generate high temperatures.

According to different power and current, it is produced by different raw materials and production processes. It can be divided into ordinary power graphite electrode, High Power Graphite Electrode and ultra high power graphite electrode. According to the diameter of the electrode, there are different specifications of φ75~600mm. According to the special requirements of users, it can process and produce graphite electrodes and special-shaped graphite products with special specifications.

Glassy carbon electrode

When the stripping voltammetry is carried out in a relatively positive potential range, a glassy carbon electrode can be used. The glassy carbon electrode has a high hydrogen overpotential, good electrical conductivity, strong chemical resistance and a smooth surface, which is difficult to adhere to gases and dirt. The original electrode of the modified electrode and the redox reaction were measured.

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