2020 Virtual AIChE Annual Meeting
November 16-20, 2020
The 2020 MRS Spring/Fall Meeting &
Next Live Webinar
December 2 2020
2:00 PM EST (US & Canada)
Electrochemistry for Sensors and Energy
Ariel L. Furst, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT, will be giving this talk.
Electrochemistry is an exceptionally powerful tool to form chemical bonds and monitor chemical and biological interactions. By improving the chemistry used to assemble biomolecules on electrode surfaces, the selectivity and sensitivity of these devices has been significantly improved.
By combining improved chemistries for biomolecule modification with unique signal amplification strategies, we have successfully detected targets from extremely complex solutions and improved current generation in microbial fuel cells.
LPI1010 High Voltage EIS Test System
Up to 1000V (1000V Coming Soon)
Gamry’s Faraday Shield provides effective shielding from environmental electronic noise allowing for high quality electrochemical measurements particularly at very low currents.
Tips from Technical Support
Frequently Asked Questions
Reference Electrode Care Overview
Proper reference electrode care must be taken to ensure continued accurate measurements. The tip of the reference electrode is porous glass frit or electro porous KT glass (opaque white). The frit allows ionic transport into the electrode. In order to operate properly the frit must always be kept wet with electrolyte.
Checking the Impedance of the Reference Electrode
Replacing a Reference Electrode Frit