- Portable Potentiostats/Galvanostats
- Screen printed electrodes (SPE)
- Interdigitated electrode (IDE) & microelectrode array (MEA) – Au & Pt
- Electrochemical cells & electrode connecting cables
Wide selection of screen printed electrodes (SPEs)
Metal and metal oxide modified SPEs
Palladium, Ruthenium oxide, Bismuth, Copper Titanium, Antimony, Chromium, Nickel, Tin, Lead, Steel, Tungsten, Ruthenium oxide and Boron Doped Diamond (BDD)
Modified Carbon SPEs – Chemical / Biomolecule modified electrode on carbon support
Chemical – Bismuth oxide, Nickel oxide, polyaniline (PANi), Cobalt phthalocyanine (CoPc), Meldola’s Blue, Prussian Blue and Ferrocyanide
Biomolecule – Glucose oxidase, Streptavidin and Extravidin
Carbon nanomaterial modified SPEs
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCTs), Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCTs), Graphene, Graphene oxide (GO), Reduced graphene oxide (RGO), Carbon nanofibers, Mesoporous carbon (MC) and Ordered mesoporous carbon (OMC)
Metal nanoparticle + Carbon nanomaterial modified SPEs
Metal + Carbon – Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) / carbon; Streptavidin / AuNPS / Carbon; MWCNTs / AuNPs; Carbon nanofibers / AuNPs; Graphene / AuNPs and AgNPs/ carbon
Quantum dots + Carbon – Cadmium sulphide (CdSe) / carbon and core quantum dots CdSe and with core-shell quantum dots ZnS/CdSe/carbon
Inorganic and carbon nanomaterial in solid/solution form
Carbon nanomaterial – SWCNTs, COOH functionalised SWCNTs, MWCNTs, COOH functionalised MWCNTs, NH2 functionalised MWCNTs, Graphene, Graphene oxide, Carbon nanofibers and Mesoporous carbon
Metal/semiconducting nanomaterial – Ni nanowire, Au nanowire, Pt nanowire, Pt-Au-Ni nanowire, Ag nanowire, AuNPs, PtNPs, PdNPs, CdSe, Zns/CdSe
Electrochemistry kit for teaching laboratory
These practical kits assist students with or without electrochemical experience to complement their academic programs by an inquiry-based learning on research experiences.
Kits are available for estimation of i) Ascorbic acid in juice, ii) Uric acid in Juice, iii) Paracetamol in drugs, iv) Copper in tap water and v) Glucose in drinks for babies and in honey.
For more information please refer to this link.