BASi Inc USA - Bi potentiostat & Accessories
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C3 Voltammetry Cell Stand
C3 Voltammetry Cell Stand
RDE Cell Stand Rotating Disc Electrode
Controlled Growth Mercury Electrode Cell Stand

Working Electrodes

Manufactured in a solvent-resistant PCTFE plastic body 7.5 cm length x 6.35 mm OD which is embedded with highly polished disks of various electrode materials

  • Glassy Carbon Electrode (GC) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Platinum Electrode (Pt) – 1.6 mm / 3.0 mm diameter
  • Gold Electrode (Au) – 1.6 mm / 3.0 mm diameter
  • Carbon Paste Electrode (CPE) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Copper Electrode (Cu) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Nickel Electrode (Ni) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Palladium Electrode (Pd) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Silver Electrode (Ag) – 1.6 mm / 3.0 mm diameter
  • Carbon Foam with Graphite Rod
  • Edge Plane Pyrolytic Graphite – 3.0 mm diameter

FOR RDE :

  • Glassy Carbon Electrode (GC) – 3.0 mm
  • Platinum Electrode (Pt) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Gold Electrode (Au) – 3.0 mm diameter
  • Blank RDE Tip – 3.0 mm diameter

For Flow Cells

  • Dual 3mm Glassy carbon electrode
  • Dual 3mm Gold electrode
  • Dual 3mm Silver electrode
  • Dual 3mm Platinum electrode
  • Dual 3mm Carbon paste electrode
  • Single 3mm Glassy carbon electrode
  • Single 3mm Silver electrode
  • Single 3mm Gold electrode
  • Single 3mm Platinum electrode

Reference Electrode

  • Ag/AgCl (3M NaCl) Reference Electrode with Flexible Connector
  • Ag/AgCl (3M KCl) Reference Electrode with Flexible Connector
  • Reference Electrode for Electrocemical Flow Cell
  • Calomel Reference Electrode
  • Chloride Free Reference Electrode
  • Alkaline Reference Electrode
  • Copper/Copper Sulfate Reference Electrode
  • Non-Aqueous Silver/Silver Ion (Ag/Ag+) Reference Electrode Kit
  • Double-Junction Reference Electrode Chamber
  • Porous CoralPor™ Tips, 1/8″ long (5/pkg) with 1/2″ lengths of Teflon heat shrink
  • Storage vial for Ag/AgCl reference electrodes (Aqueous only)
  • 3M Sodium Chloride Storage/Refill Solution
  • 3M Potassium Chloride Storage/Refill Solution
  • Saturated Copper Sulfate Storage/Refill Solution
Bulk Electrolysis Cell
Spectro Electrochemical Cell
Flow Cells for ECD
Cell vials

Electrochemistry Simulation Software

Cyclic voltammetry can readily provide qualitative information about the stability of the oxidation states and the electron transfer kinetics of a redox system. However, quantitative studies using cyclic voltammetry (e.g., mechanistic investigations) are more difficult and typically require the use of simulation software. Several methods have been developed for the simulation of cyclic voltammograms. Of these methods, the fast implicit finite difference method has been shown to be the most efficient, stable, and accurate, and this method is used for the KISSA-1D© simulation software from BASi®.

BASi Applications Capsules cover a variety of topics related to electroanalytical chemistry, liquid chromatography, bioanalysis, and in vivo sampling. The Capsules may demonstrate the feasibility of a particular assay, point out critical steps in sample preparation, or perhaps elaborate on technique. They are not intended to be complete, GLP-validated assays with many replicates over multiple days by independent operators. Instead, they were developed to provide useful guidelines which can be developed further according to the requirements of the end user.

To gain access to the list of available Capsules, simply complete the form below. Once you have access, please note that not all BASi Applications Capsules are available online. Only those listed under each category are available for download. If you would like to request others, please send your request to BASi.

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Current Separations Archive

For many years, Current Separations has been the journal of the research laboratories of BASi®, covering a wide range of topics such as in vivo sampling, microdialysis, liquid chromatography, electrochemistry and liquid chromatography/electrochemistry. The journal ceased publication in 2007, but hundreds of articles have been archived electronically for your reference.

Cyclic Voltammetry

Cyclic voltammetry is the electrochemical equivalent of spectroscopy. It is the single most powerful tool for examining the electrochemical properties of a chemical substance or material. Beginners have difficulty with cyclic voltammetry because it provides so much information in a format unusual to most chemists. Both thermodynamic and kinetic information are available in a single experiment

Laboratory Techniques In Electroanalytical Chemistry

Edited by Peter T. Kissinger and William R. Heineman

This practical, intuitive approach to electroanalytical chemistry presents both fundamental concepts and experimental techniques without confusing technical jargon or needlessly extensive mathematics. It is a valuable reference for chemists in a variety of fields and an important textbook for graduate or upper-level undergraduate students enrolled in instrumental analysis or analytical chemistry courses.