non-polarizable electrode An electrode whose potential is not affected by the current passing through it, e.g. the porous-pot electrode extensively used in spontaneous potential measurements which comprises a copper rod immersed in copper sulphate solution that makes ionic contact with the ground through the porous base of the electrolyte reservoir.
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