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    Cool electric circuit for chemical reaction

    i need help in designing electric circuit for chemical reaction
    the required components are

    DC voltage ( i must control it so that i can see the reaction response to different voltages ) in range from zero to 2.5 volt (the main power in my work is AC 110-220 V)

    current density in range from Zero to 0.2 Amp/cm2 (also i must control it so that i can see the response of the reactin to different current densities )

    thanks too much for any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeacfm View Post
    i need help in designing electric circuit for chemical reaction
    the required components are

    DC voltage ( i must control it so that i can see the reaction response to different voltages ) in range from zero to 2.5 volt (the main power in my work is AC 110-220 V)

    current density in range from Zero to 0.2 Amp/cm2 (also i must control it so that i can see the response of the reactin to different current densities )

    thanks too much for any help
    http://www.testequipmentconnection.c...est_TR6142.PDF

    will this work

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    thanks alot for reply but how much is it?
    i hope it is not so expensive because i need it only for that purpose and after that no need for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeacfm View Post
    thanks alot for reply but how much is it?
    i hope it is not so expensive because i need it only for that purpose and after that no need for it
    It is not to bad if you buy a rebuilt one

    http://www.testequipmentconnection.com/products/43398

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    Red face

    it looks so expensive to me ,iam sorry but if you can help me with samller portale one or simple preliminary circuit like transformer , diode and compose them together

    many thanks again for your reply

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