BAS Electrochemical Webinar 2021 January

BAS Electrochemical Webinar 2021 January

BAS held a webinar for researchers who need electrochemical measurement.
The seminar consisted of a lecture focusing on the basic theory and measurement methods of spectroelectrochemistry, and a demonstration using actual measurement equipment.


Theme of the webinar

Introduction to spectroelectrochemistry basic measurement examples using the SEC2020 spectrometer system

Topic of the webinar

It is often difficult to understanding the phenomenon that actually occurs at the electrode/solution interface simply by measuring the relationship between the electric current and the amount of electricity and the electric potential. Therefore, spectroelectrochemical methods that simultaneously combine spectroscopic methods to perform electrochemical measurements have been developed.

The basic principles, measurement methods, and information obtained will be described, focusing on the basic spectroelectrochemical methods in the ultraviolet and visible regions that are mainly used.

We will also show you how to set up the SEC2020 spectrometer system, and how to connect with the model 2325 Bi-potiantiostat.

And about the software operation method, we will show you from create a basic absorbance measurement to create a time-lapse measurement for recording specific wavelength, time-sequence measurement for recording the entire wavelength range, and trigger setting for spectroelectrochemical measurement.

Finally, an experimental example of monitoring the time course of absorbance with constant potential electrolysis using a potassium ferricyanide solution is shown.


Watch here what happened at the BAS Electrochemical Webinar 2020 Autumn


 
 


First BAS Webinar and BAS Channel

The BAS Electrochemical Webinar 2020 Autumn, the first webinar promoted by BAS Inc. on September 23, 2020.
If you lost the webinar, you can watch the full webinar at:

BAS Electrochemical Webinar 2020 Autumn

Also, you can watch more our technical movies and received the update information following the BAS Channel at:

BAS Channel