Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry governs our nervous system, provides energy for our favorite devices and has numerous industrial applications from metal coatings to ethanol detection. Limits in available and affordable instrumentation have made electrochemistry one of the more difficult concepts to explain to undergraduate students.

In electrochemistry, we observe reactions where there is a transfer of electrons.  Students encounter two types of reactions: those driven by an electrical potential and those that create an electrical potential.  MicroLab provides tools for your students to explore both scenarios with increased understanding.  These tools were engineered to help you reduce lab waste, simplify experimental set-up and stimulate your students’ visual sensory perceptions to ensure comprehension.

Explore the different electrochemical measurements possible with MicroLab equipment through our General  and Advanced Electrochemistry Curriculum Pages.  You’ll find clever and affordable electrochemistry applications to enhance your school’s curriculum.