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Space Efficient Potentiostat for Use in Research and Development

Metrohm has recently launched the 910 PSTAT mini, a computer-controlled, compact space efficient potentiostat that is suitable for use in training and simple applications in the research and development sector.

 

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Metrohm's Potentiostat. Image credit: Metrohm

 

The PSTAT software is uncomplicated and easy to use. This feature enables the primary electrochemical measuring techniques such as cyclic voltammetry (CV), differential pulse voltammetry (DP), square wave voltammetry (SWV) and chronoamperometric detection (AD).

The cost- effective solution uses disposable sensors that do not need any conditioning. It is a plug-and-play device. All the devices feature the desired three electrodes including carbon, gold or platinum working electrode, a silver reference electrode and a carbon auxiliary electrode fitted on a ceramic substrate.

It is suitable for experiments and practical testing in university laboratories. It can also be used specifically in research and development as cost- effective machinery for developing the sensor and to study the kinetics reactions and reversibility of electrochemical reactions.

Source: http://www.metrohm.com/

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