SP-240 is the newest, research grade, value-oriented potentiostat / galvanostat in the Bio-Logic product range offering up to 4 Amps.
Understanding the kinetics and the thermodynamics of a reaction occurring on an electrode is the general purpose of fundamental electrochemistry.
In this application, DC steady-state methods have been used such as: cyclic voltammetry, chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, chronopotentiometry, pulse voltammetry, square wave voltammetry and other current-potential techniques, which are all available.
Being able to simulate data or fit experimental data to extract kinetic and thermodynamic parameters is also important.
What is also of interest is the local properties of the electrodes and their local reactivities which determine their global behavior. In that sense, scanning probe microscopy can also be of interest.
The literature below provides knowledge and examples on how to use our instruments and our software within the field of fundamental electrochemistry.