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Screen-Printed Electrodes for Uric Acid Detection

Screen-printed electrodes for uric acid detection

Amperometric Detection of uric acid (UA) in 20mM sodium Borate buffer pH 8. Edet= -0.1V. Screen-printed electrodes for uric acid detection Uric acid is the major end product of purine metabolism. It is present in biological fluids such as urine and blood serum and the detection of anomalous values can...
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Multi-colour electrochemistry: SpectroECL

Multi-colour electrochemistry: SpectroECL

SpectroElectrochemiluminescence instrument for Screen-Printed Electrodes. SpectroECL: Multi-colour electrochemistry Metrohm DropSens offers a compact and versatile solution to perform SpectroElectrochemiluminescence studies, combining in one equipment a biopotentiostat/galvanostat and a microspectrometer integrated in an innovative cell for Screen-Printed Electrodes. This miniaturized and portable alternative is perfect for performing Electrogenerated ChemiLuminescence (ECL) measurements. The...
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EQCM study of underpotentially deposited (UPD) lead adlayer on gold

EQCM study of underpotentially deposited (UPD) lead adlayer on gold

The Autolab Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance (EQCM) is an optional module for the Autolab PGSTAT which can be used to control a 6 MHz crystal oscillator. This technique can be used to perform electrogravimetric measurements with detection limits in the sub μg range. Immersion of a quartz-crystal oscillator in an electrolyte...
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Spectroelectrochemical measurements: one integrated solution

Spectroelectrochemical measurements: one integrated solution

Metrohm DropSens provides you with one instrument combining Light source (VIS-NIR: 360-2500 nm Tungsten halogen), a Spectrometer (Wavelength range: 900-2200 nm) and a Bipotentiostat/Galvanostat (± 4 V DC potential range, ± 40 mA maximum measurable current). All the components are perfectly fitted and synchronized, thus offering for the first time...
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Interdigitated Gold Electrodes with Platinum heater

Interdigitated gold electrodes with platinum heater

DropSens interdigitated electrodes (IDEs) are composed of two interdigitated electrodes with two connection tracks, on a glass substrate. These IDEs offer several advantages, such as working with low volumes of sample and avoiding tedious polishing of solid electrodes. DropSens InterDigitated Gold Electrodes (IDEs) came up with a new gas sensors...
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Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of three coated aluminum samples

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of three coated aluminum samples

In this Metrohm Application Note, it is shown how the combination of the Autolab PGSTAT204 with the 1 L corrosion cell and the NOVA software facilitates electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) on coated aluminum samples. EIS provides valuable conclusions concerning the coating quality and thus the corrosion resistance. The electrochemical impedance...
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Electrochemistry Teaching & application kit focused on the determination of L-lactic acid in wine samples

Teaching & application kit focused on the determination of L-lactic acid in wine samples

Metrohm DropSens has released a comprehensive laboratory teaching kit focused on the determination of L-lactic acid in wine samples. Electrochemistry teaching & application kit focused on the determination of L-lactic acid in wine samples Lactate detection is of great importance in a wide variety of areas including the wine industry....
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Corrosion testing and pipeline protection in petrochemistry

Corrosion testing and pipeline protection in petrochemistry

Corrosion – a universal problem Corrosion is one of the main issues petrochemical industry has to tackle. Corrosion degrades the mechanical properties of metal surfaces, lowering their performances. Pipelines, for example, are affected by corrosion induced by environment around them, such as oil, hot temperatures, seawater and microbes. It has...
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Metrohm DropSens ElectroChemiLuminescence Instruments and Accessories

Metrohm DropSens electroChemiLuminescence instruments and accessories

Metrohm DropSens ElectroChemiLuminescence is an useful equipments for combined electrochemical and electrochemiluminescence analysis to be used with our screen-printed electrodes. Key features of Instrument µStat ECL is a portable BiPotentiostat/Galvanostat combined with a specific Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) Cell that performs ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENCE studies with DropSens Screen-Printed Electrodes (SPEs). A BiPotentiostat/Galvanostat (± 4...
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One-stop-shop for Spectroelectrochemistry

One-stop-shop for Spectroelectrochemistry

Spectroelectrochemistry is the combination of reaction-oriented electrochemistry with species-focused spectroscopy. A potentiostat/galvanostat is used to induce chemical changes on a surface or within a solution that are then monitored by changes in a spectrum. Spectroelectrochemistry (SEC) allows a more complete analysis of single and multiple electron-transfer processes. Spectroelectrochemistry especially useful...
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Metrohm DropSens Portable Potentiostat - µStat400

Metrohm DropSens Portable Potentiostat – µStat400

Portable Line potentiostats/galvanostats combine electrochemical research in the laboratory with on-site research using well-established electrochemical techniques. These small and affordable portable instruments enable you to develop applications for your specific research needs. Portable Line instruments are an ideal solution in many research areas, such as (bio)sensor, corrosion, or (bio)fuel cell....
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Metrohm DropSens: Spectroelectrochemical Measurements

Metrohm DropSens: Spectroelectrochemical Measurements

An integrated electrochemistry and spectroscopy in one box. Combine electrochemistry and spectroscopy in one measurement with SPELEC. The SPELEC instrument is an integrated solution consisting of a bipotentiostat/ galvanostat combined with a spectrometer, light source (215-400 nm Deuterium, 360-2500 nm Tungsten halogen), dedicated software and accessories including electrodes and spectroelectrochemical cells....
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