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Metrohm AG, Switzerland

Metrohm is a leading supplier of instruments, applications and support for chemical analysis. Headquartered in Switzerland, Metrohm serves customers in 120 countries. Metrohm is the global market leader in the fields of titration and voltammetry, and one of the leading innovators in ion chromatogra more

Deutsche METROHM GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

We are the German sales and service organization of Metrohm AG in Switzerland, a worldwide leading manufacturer of ion analysis instruments. Our analysis systems serve product development, quality insurance, process control and environment protection. more

Ametek GmbH, Germany

Princeton Applied Research (PAR) and Solartron Analytical are the global leaders in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy thanks to a combined 110 years of instrumentation development knowledge and experience for materials and electrochemical research instrumentation. Our instruments and accessori more

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News Voltammetry

  • A better understanding of ‘hole hopping’ in solar cells

    A team of scientists from the UK, Spain and Switzerland say a method they have developed for probing electron transfer reactions could help them design more efficient solar cells. The research team, led by Piers Barnes of Imperial College London, has pioneered a technique that measures the diffusion more

  • Chemists measure chilli sauce hotness with nanotubes

    If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen and into the lab - chemists can now use carbon nanotubes to judge the heat of chilli sauces. The technology might soon be available commercially as a cheap, disposable sensor for use in the food industry. Richard Compton and his team at Oxford Uni more

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Cyclic voltammetry

Cyclic voltammetry Cyclic voltammetry is a type of potentiodynamic electrochemical measurement. In a cyclic voltammetry experiment, a voltage is applied to a working electrode in solution and current flowing at the working electrode is plott ... more


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