Original Publication Date: 1981-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-11
An electrochemical cell 1 has a top 2 and a bottom 3 so constructed a to support a wide range of different-sized electrodes and ancillary glassware for analyzing a wide range of volumes of anylate solutions while negating the necessity for standard taper joints. The drawing shows a cross section of the cell. Bottom 3 is somewhat cup shaped and tapered. The upper outer edge is threaded at 4 to cooperate with corresponding threads on tip 2 and detachably connect the two portions together. Other forms of connections can be made, e.g., snap connections. A circumferential groove 5 is adapted to receive the O-ring seal of a water jacket (not shown).