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Electrochemistry

LSG-manganese capacitors – Energy storage and conversion

Supercapacitors (also known as ultracapacitors, electrochemical capacitors, or double-layer capacitors) are electrochemical devices that store and release charge and deliver high power densities over short periods of time. Their ability to store electrical energy efficiently and release electrical energy very quickly makes them ideally suited for applications where short-time backup...
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SPELEC – new range of instruments combines spectroscopy and electrochemistry for simplified research

Spectroelectrochemistry is the combination of electrochemistry and spectroscopy and studies spectral changes as a function of applied potential or current. When combining both techniques, the limited structural information available from the electrochemical response is complemented by optical monitoring. Launching SPELEC, Metrohm DropSens is proud to present the first fully integrated...
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Fundamentals of Electrochemical Corrosion Research

Fundamentals of Electrochemical Corrosion Research

Corrosion refers to a process that involves deterioration or degradation of metal. The most common example of corrosion is the degradation of metals or alloys. Most corrosion phenomena are electrochemical in nature and consist of at least two reactions on the surface of the corroding metal. One of the reactions...
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Metrohm Autolab DuoCoin Cell Holder with EIS measurements on a commercial battery

Metrohm Autolab DuoCoin Cell Holder with EIS measurements on a commercial battery

The Metrohm Autolab DuoCoin Cell Holder has been developed to perform electrochemical experiments on coin cell batteries. The DuoCoin Cell Holder is introduced. EIS measurements on a commercial coin cell battery are performed. Differences in impedance between the four-terminal configuration and two-terminal configuration is highlighted, putting in evidence the importance of...
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