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Electrode Gel, Isotonic, 114 g

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Electrode Gel, Isotonic, 114 g
Part #: GEL101

GEL101 electrode paste is specially formulated with 0.5% saline added to a neutral base to create an isotonic, 0.05 molar NaCl, electrode paste.  Unlike agar or saline pastes, this paste has a virtually unlimited shelf life. It is supplied in a 114 g (~4 oz) bottle with a convenient flip-top, reclosable cap.

GEL101 electrode paste meets all of the recommended specifications for skin conductance recording.

  • The “Unibase” material called out by Lykkenand Venables in Psychophysiology, 1971, pp. 665 – 666 no longer exists.

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MRI Use: Conditional – see Specifications for details.

Electrode Gel, Isotonic,  114 g
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