Electrochemistry, Handheld Raman and Spectroelectrochemistry Workshop | Wellington, 25 October 2018

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Electrochemistry, Handheld Raman and Spectroelectrochemistry Workshop | Wellington, 25 October 2018

25 October-8:30 AM-2:30 PM
Electrochemistry, Handheld Raman and Spectroelectrochemistry Raman Workshop for teaching, research and in-field applications | Wellington, 18 October 2018

Workshop 

Metrohm New Zealand invites you to a workshop where Metrohm’s portable potentiostats, Metrohm’s Instant Raman Analyzers (Mira) and Spectroelectrochemistry Raman systems will be shown.

 

Portable potentiostats: The world of electrochemistry in your hands

The Metrohm portable potentiostats 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. Also, discover how you can boost your research with screen-printed electrodes: They allow you to perform a large number of experiments with low volumes of reagent or sample without electrode pre-treatment or maintenance. They are fast, inexpensive, reliable and versatile.

 

Handheld Raman spectrometers: Instant material identification and verification

Metrohm’s Mira portable systems are robust and reliable portable spectrometers for material identification and verification in many areas, such as teaching, research and in-field applications.

 

Spectroelectrochemistry Raman: The first fully integrated synchronized Raman spectroelectrochemical instrument for the research lab

SPELEC RAMAN is the world’s only equipment in the market for performing RAMAN spectroelectrochemistry studies combining, perfectly fitted and synchronized, in only one box a lightsource, a bipotentiostat/galvanostat and a spectrometer. The equipment can also be used independently as a Raman spectrometer or as a bipotentiostat/galvanostat or both, using electrochemical sensors or electrochemical cells with three electrodes: working electrode, reference electrode and auxiliary electrode.

 

Equipment

Metrohm Dropsens Portable Potentiostat

Metrohm Handheld Raman Spectrometer

Metrohm DropSens Spectroelectrochemistry Raman

Programme

08:30am

Registration

09:00am

General introduction on Metrohm Autolab and Metrohm DropSens portable potentiostat and screen-printed electrodes for teaching, research and in-field applications

09:30am

Demonstration: Portable potentiostat and screen-printed electrodes

10:00am

Presentation: Handheld Raman spectrometer for teaching, research and in-field applications

10:30am

Demonstration: Metrohm handheld Raman spectrometer including surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy

11:00am

Morning break

11:20am

Presentation: Spectroelectrochemistry (Raman, UV/Vis and near infrared spectroscopy)

12:00pm

Demonstration: Spectroelectrochemistry Raman

01:00pm

Complimentary lunch

02:00pm

Conclusion & discussion

02:30pm

End

Workshop Instructors

Mary McDermott, Territory Manager, New Zealand South

Dr Sivanesan Arumugam, Metrohm Electrochemistry & Spectroscopy Product Manager, Australia and New Zealand

 

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Organiser

Metrohm New Zealand North
Phone:
(+64) 09 477 0620
Website:
mep.metrohm.com.au

Venue

Victoria University of Wellington
AM 105, Alan MacDiarmid Building
Kelburn Parade, Wellington, 6012 New Zealand
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Phone:
+64 (4) 472 1000
Website:
https://www.victoria.ac.nz/