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Electrochemical Cells

An electrochemical cell is a device that either produces electricity from a chemical reaction, or uses electricity to initiate a non-spontaneous chemical reaction.

Our electrochemical cells have been designed for cyclic voltammetry, electrolysis and other electrochemical studies. Combined with our new Ossila Potentiostat our electrochemistry range has everrything you need to perform cyclic voltammetry in your commercial, academic or teaching lab.

Whether you need temperature control, inlets for degassing, a luggin capillary or h-type cell separation, we have you covered.

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Cyclic Voltammetry Basics, Setup, and Applications Cyclic Voltammetry Basics, Setup, and Applications

Cyclic voltammetry is an electrochemical technique for measuring the current response of a redox active solution to a linearly cycled potential sweep between two or more set values.

Troubleshooting Cyclic Voltammetry and Voltammograms Troubleshooting Cyclic Voltammetry and Voltammograms

Cyclic voltammetry is a powerful and versatile electrochemical technique. With modern potentiostats and software packages, the method is relatively straight-forward to perform. Despite this apparent simplicity, there are still a number of things that can go wrong, particularly when setting up the electrochemical cell.

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