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Electrochemistry Supplies


Our range of electrochemistry supplies includes a selection of electrochemical cells, photoelectrochemical cells, working electrodes, counter electrodes, and reference electrodes. Combined with the Ossila Potentiostat, we supply everything you need to perform cyclic voltammetry in your commercial, academic, or teaching lab.

For the best value, the Ossila Potentiostat is available as a package deal, which includes the potentiostat itself plus electrochemical glassware, a platinum disk working electrode, platinum wire counter electrode and non-aqueous Ag/Ag+ reference electrode.

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Electrochemical Cell Collection

Electro- chemical Cells

Electrochemical Cells

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Photoelectrochemical Cell Collection

Photoelectro- chemical Cells

Photoelectrochemical Cells

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Electrodes

Electrodes

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Resources and Support


What is an Electrochemical Cell? What is an Electrochemical Cell?

An electrochemical cell is defined as a device that generates electrical energy from chemical reactions or uses electrical energy to drive chemical reactions. The simplest possible electrochemical cell consists of two connected electrodes in an electrolyte solution.

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What are electrodes? What are electrodes?

An electrode is made from conductive material that can transmit electricity. When an electric current is applied, the electrode facilitates the transfer of electrons, enabling electrical reactions.

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What is a redox reaction? What is a redox reaction?

A redox reaction, also referred to as an oxidation-reduction reaction, involves the loss or gain of electrons. The loss of electrons is called oxidation and the gain of the electrons reduction.

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What is a Photoelectrochemical Cell? What is a Photoelectrochemical Cell?

A photoelectrochemical cell (PEC) is a device that converts solar energy (light) into chemical energy or electricity. Light activates a semiconductor or photosensitizer component within the cell.

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Voltammetry Support

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.

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Cyclic Voltammetry Applications and Uses Cyclic Voltammetry Applications and Uses

Cyclic voltammetry is a versatile electrochemical method with a range of different applications. In cyclic voltammetry, each successful forwards and backwards potential sweep produces a 'duck-shaped' plot known as a cyclic voltammogram.

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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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Linear Sweep Voltammetry: Introduction and Applications Linear Sweep Voltammetry: Introduction and Applications

Linear sweep voltammetry (LSV) is a simple electrochemical technique. The method is similar to cyclic voltammetry, but rather than linearly cycling over the potential range in both directions, linear sweep voltammetry involves only a single linear sweep from the lower potential limit to the upper potential limit.

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Potentiostat Support

Potentiostat Working Principles and Fundamentals Potentiostat Working Principles and Fundamentals

Potentiostats are voltage sources that vary their output potential in response to changes in the resistance across the circuit.

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Introducing the Ossila Potentiostat Introducing the Ossila Potentiostat

The new Ossila Potentiostat has been designed to help electrochemists perform cyclic voltammetry for less. The complete system includes cyclic voltammetry software, an electrochemical cell, and everything you need to start taking measurements.

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Ossila Potentiostat User Manual Ossila Potentiostat User Manual

Ossila"s Potentiostat is low-cost and easy-to-use system for performing cyclic voltammetry measurements. Cyclic voltammetry is one of the most widely used electrochemical techniques, providing important information about materials.

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Software and drivers Software and drivers

The latest software and drivers including our cyclic voltammetry software for the Ossila Potentiostat and more.

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