It has been a while since Metrohm DropSens realized that spectroelectrochemistry was an underestimated technique due to the lack of simple solutions to perform this type of experiments. Nowadays this has been already solved by the innovative SPELEC range of instruments. Next month we are having an online seminar that will talk about principles and applications of this technique and we also have a new update in our dedicated spectroelectrochemistry blog in our website.
In addition, we would like to inform you that in order to check the status of your Metrohm DropSens instruments you have now available dummy cells that will help you confirm that your equipment is running like the first day.
Testing measuring instruments with dummy cells is a very common procedure in order to easily confirm that your equipment is calibrated. Now we have available verification kits for our portable bipotentiostats µStat 300, µStat 400 ref. DRP-VKIT, for our portable multipotentiostats µStat 4000P, µStat 4000, µStat 8000P and µStat 8000 ref. DRP-VKITMULTI, our portable instruments for electrochemiluminescence µStat ECL and SpectroECL ref. DRP-VKITECL and our SPELEC range of instruments to perform spectroelectrochemistry SPELEC and SPELEC1050 ref. DRP-VKITSPELEC, SPELEC RAMAN ref. DRP-VKITSPELECRAMAN and SPELEC NIR ref. DRP-VKITSPELECNIR. If you already have one of these instruments or you will be a new user, we highly recommend to acquire along the suitable verification kit in order to make the most of your experiments.
There is also a new entry in our in our website. After looking back at the time when transparent electrodes were firstly used, we look into the basic differences between the information acquired when performing ex-situ or in-situ experiments: a short overview on different set-ups.