I am trying to run some electrochemical tests(e.g.CV (Cyclic Voltammetry) & EIS (electrical impedance spectroscopy)) using half cell configuration on micro-organisms (e.g.bacteria). The bacteria are cultured in a medium (liquid). The half cell configuration is working, counter, and a reference (AgCl) electrodes.
Usually, it is easy to clip a metal or any thin solid material. However, I don't know how to deal with a solution. Since the beaker will be filled with electrolyte, I am afraid it mixes with bacteria solution causing it to be removed from the electrode. I am avoiding add another material like tape or something as it might alter the measurement.
I am looking for a way to attach the Micro-organism to the working electrode.