Dynamic hydrogen electrode

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A dynamic hydrogen electrode (DHE) is a reference electrode, more specific a subtype of the standard hydrogen electrodes for electrochemical processes by simulating a reversible hydrogen electrode with an approximately 20 to 40 mV more negative potential.[1]

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A separator in a glass tube connects two electrolytes and a small current is enforced between the cathode and anode.

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