Application solutions

Potentiostats/Galvanostats by Metrohm Autolab

Systems for electrochemical analysis in research and development
The electrochemical interface has been of particular interest in fundamental and applied research for many decades. The understanding of the nature of the processes involved at the electrochemical interface, from mass transport to electron transfer kinetics, provides invaluable information which can be used to optimize existing surface preparations processes and develop new methods.

For example, Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition (EALD) and Surface-Limited Redox Replacement (SLRR) are two particular examples of novel electrochemical methods which are now used in technologically relevant applications.

Other novel electrochemical surface preparation techniques involve the use of the macromolecular assemblies using dendrimers or nanoscale templating.