Electrochemistry Module

Cyclic voltammetry is a common technique for electrochemical analysis in which the potential at the working electrode is swept over a voltage range while the current is recorded.
Cyclic voltammetry is a common technique for electrochemical analysis in which the potential at the working electrode is swept over a voltage range while the current is recorded.
The Electrochemistry Module expands the possibilities in designing, understanding, and optimising electrochemical systems through accurate simulation. This product offers significant benefit to researchers in the lab or to the industrial electrochemical engineer. Capabilities such as modeling electrochemical reaction mechanisms, mass transport, and current density distributions enable efficient simulation for applications including electrolysis, electrodialysis, electroanalysis, electrochemical sensors, and bioelectrochemistry.
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