Hydride coverage on Cu(111)

Congratulations to David Raciti and Thomas P. Moffat from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on publishing an insightful study quantifying the adsorbed hydrogen on Cu(111) and demonstrating the full collection efficiency of the EC-MS. The paper, Quantification of Hydride Coverage on Cu(111) by Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry, can be found here.

MRS conference in Boston, Nov 27 – Dec 2

Come and meet Spectro Inlets at the MRS conference in Boston, Nov 27 – Dec 2. Our global sales manager Anne Dyrdal and our excellent electrochemist Anna Winiwarter will be ready to tell you about our product and technology at this event. Learn more about the event organized by the Materials Research Society here.

242nd ECS meeting

Thanks for a great conference in Atlanta, GA, at the 242nd meeting by ECS – The Electrochemical Society from Sunday, the 9th, and finishes on the 13th of October. For information about the event, please see the webpage: https://www.electrochem.org/242/

Technical Sales engineer – Analysis Instruments – Copenhagen

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Application note on oxygen evolution reaction using the EC‐MS

We are pleased to announce a new application note on oxygen evolution reaction using the EC‐MS system. The note refers to the many excellent publications that have already used the EC-MS to study OER. Using these publications and supplementary in-house data, it gives tips & tricks on how to succeed with experiments. The application note …

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2022 electrochemistry conference by GDCh

Thank you for a great conference. We took part in the 2022 electrochemistry conference by GDCh in Berlin from the 27th to the 30th of September, 2022. The conference featured hot topics within electrochemistry and several keynote lectures worth hearing. For more information about the conference organized by German Chemical Society (GDCh) please see their webpage:https://veranstaltungen.gdch.de/tms/frontend/index.cfm?l=11179&sp_id=2

2022 E-MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit

The 2022 E-MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit is coming up soon, from the 19th to the 22nd of September. We are excited to participate and hear about recent advances in materials science through the many symposiums and talks.Our excellent electrochemist Anna Winiwarter and our Global Sales Manager, Anne Dyrdal, will represent us at this event. The event is …

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New publication on rational catalyst design for propene oxidaion

New publication showing how rational catalyst design can be used to increase the reaction rate in the electrochemical propene oxidation. Silvioli, L., Winiwarter, A., Scott, S., Castelli, I., Moses, P., Chorkendorff, I., Seger, B., & Rossmeisl, J. (2022). Rational Catalyst Design for Higher Propene Partial Electro-oxidation Activity by Alloying Pd with Au. The Journal of Physical …

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Application note on EC‐MS Quantification

We are pleased to announce our new application note. This explains how to do EC‐MS Quantification using the open-source Python package, ixdat. The application note can be found here.