Ideal for keeping sensors in place during experiments, this support connects to standard ring stands with an adjustable screw.
The Electrode Support is an accessory for many of our sensors. It features a rod clamp thumbscrew that easily attaches to all standard rods and ring stands to keep it at the height you want.
The smaller (.6 mm) opening is designed for all of our stainless steel temperature sensors, including the Wireless Temperature Sensor, while the larger opening (1.3 mm) accepts pH, conductivity, ORP and ISE probes and sensors.
The small, flexible side clamps are designed to hold leads such as those used with voltage and current sensors.
|Thumbscrew clamp||Accepts rods with diameters from 0.5 cm to 1.3 cm|
|Small hole diameter||0.6 cm|
|Large hole diameter||1.3 cm|
Perform the following experiments and more with the Electrode Support.
Visit PASCO's Experiment Library to view more activities.
Students use a pH sensor to investigate how antacid tablets work and use a back titration method to determine how much of the active ingredient is found in one tablet.
Students use a pH sensor to conduct a strong acid and weak acid titration with a strong base.
Students use a temperature sensor and a Molecular Model Set to study the properties of reactants and products of three distinct esterification reactions.
Students predict the shape of a phase change diagram for water when it moves from the solid to liquid to gas phase, then use a temperature sensor to construct a phase change diagram supported with data.