SPELECRAMAN, our last released innovative compact instrument to perform spectroelectrochemical RAMAN tests, is an equipment totally compatible to work with conventional electrodes and Raman cells. However, we encourage users to test and work with Screen-Printed Electrodes (SPEs), considering the outstanding SERS effect observed when working with them.
In addition, we are releasing a new Optically Transparent Electrode for UV/VIS Spectroelectrochemistry based on a Carbon working electrode material that is very suitable when performing transmission experiments. With this new reference we are also providing a mixed box of our SPEs with transparent working electrodes.
RAMANPROBE is a reflection probe designed to be used with a single excitation 785 nm wavelength (up to 500 mW). This probe with a steel tip, is suitable to be used with our specially designed RAMANCELL for Screen-Printed Electrodes or with any conventional RAMAN set-up.
One of the key advantages of this complete set-up in combination with the SPELECRAMAN is the spot size of the probe of around 150 µm. This characteristic will allow us to obtain more representative and accurate results of the electrode surface than with other set-ups. Find out more
Screen-Printed Electrodes on a plastic transparent substrate and with a working electrode based on Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs). This thin-layer working electrode provides enough transparency to be considered a Carbon Optically Transparent Electrode, and makes them very suitable for performing spectroelectrochemical transmission experiments along with DropSens TRANSCELL and UV-VIS SPELEC equipment.Find out more
For those that would like to explore the specific properties of our available Optically Transparent Electrodes, this is the most convenient reference as it includes a mix of our PEDOT, ITO, transparent Gold and transparent Carbon SPEs. Along with this mix and the UV/VIS SPELEC equipment you would be able to simultaneously obtain spectral and electrochemical measurements directly through the working electrode.Find out more
Metrohm acquires majority of DropSens
DropSens S.L. announces that it has completed the sale of its business to Switzerland-based Metrohm AG. The sale comes after a longer period of successful cooperation between the two companies in the development of screen-printed electrodes and portable electrochemical instrumentation. Complete press release attached.