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Small volume cells

Each voltammetry cell is designed for a specific application (specific working electrode, volume of solution, oxygen free condition…). For example, for voltammetry investigations using standard working electrode with an outer diameter (OD) of 6 mm the fixed configuration of SVC-3 kit is recommended. For application requiring other working electrode shape, SVC-2 is more suitable. If only a small amount of the electroactive compound is available, SVC-2 in the microvolume mode is recommended.



Platinum cyclic voltammetry

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Bulk electrolysis cell

ModularFor a volume of 5 to20 mL, only for working electrode with OD of 6mmFor a volumeof 1 to 3 mL, only for working electrode with OD of 6 mm.For a volume of 100 mL.
Catalog No.Catalog No.Catalog No.Catalog No.
Sample vialA-00105620 mL, qty 7A-00105620 mL, qty 7A-0115045 mL, qty 7A-012632100 mL, qty 1
Counter electrodeA-0022225.7 cmA-0022335 cmA-0022225.7 cmA-00223423 cm
PTFE capA-012670A-012671A-011226A-012551
Purge tube (ETFE), 1 mA-010537A-010537A-010537A-010537
Additional itemsadapter 10 to 6A-011227cell holderA-010530porous carbon electrode
A-001198Lid for CE
A-001196chamber for CE
A-009131port plug
A-000178stirrer bar
Sample holderA-0121779.0 mm, qty 2A-0121766.0 mm, qty 2
Cell holderA-001209for 20 mL
Working electrodelink to working electrodes
Reference electrodelink to reference electrodes
PTFE capCapSvc2svc-3-capCellVc4
Note that a complete analytical special kit SK-2 (A-012763)
is also proposed, but the reference electrode has to be
purchased separately. This kit includes :
  • SVC-3 kit (A-012669),
  • PK-3 polishing kit (A-011975),
  • one glassy carbon electrode, OD 6.0 mm, ID 3.0 mm (A-002012),
  • one platinum electrode, OD 6.0 mm, ID 1.6 mm (A-002013).

Cell geometry

The geometry of the cell should be optimized to reduce the ohmic drop. Working and reference electrodes have to be close to each other. The surface area of the counter electrode has to be higher than the surface area of the working electrode.