Spectroelectrochemistry is a coupled technique that combines spectroscopy and electrochemistry. 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 especially useful for studying redox transitions of various species such as organometallic complexes and nanoparticles among others.
Gamry’s three spectroelectrochemistry systems are the Spectro-115UTM (200 - 850 nm), Spectro-115ETM (350 - 1000 nm) and i-Raman (532 or 785 nm laser) . Each system utilizes a miniature CCD spectrometer, USB 3.0 communication, and temperature compensation. These fiber-based spectrometers can be easily configured for absorption or transmission. The UV/Vis systems interface with a deuterium/tungsten light source that has a spectral output of 200 - >1100 nm and can be configured to provide both D2 and W. The light source also includes a safety shutter.
- Redox Polymer Chemistry
- Transition Metal Chemistry
- Mixed-Valence Complexes
- Organometallic Complexes
- Thin-Layer Electrochemistry
- Coupled spectroscopy and electrochemistry acquisition and analysis.
- Analysis tools for easily plotting absorption at a given wavelength as a function of potential.
- Seamless integration into PHE200 Physical Electrochemistry techniques.
- Open source scripting to run the spectrometer for easy integration in other techniques.
- Fiber-based spectrometers.
- Temperature compensation for ultra-low thermal drift.
|Wavelength Range (nm)||350-1000|
|Dimensions||10.1 x 6.3 x 4.1 cm|
|Wavelength Range (nm)||200-850|
|Dimensions||12.4 x 9.1 x 3.5 cm|
BDS100 LIGHT SOURCE(OUTPUT)
|Wavelength Range (nm)||200 - >1000|
|Dimensions||17 x 7.6 x 6.4|
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