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ECS and our 3,000 attendees will be at the 237th ECS Meeting in Montréal, Canada this May 10-14, 2020! This is a prime opportunity to showcase and educate our attendees—researchers in academia, government, and industry—about your products and services.
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In Situ FT-IR Spectroelectrochemistry: Experimental Setup for the Investigations of Solutes and Electrode SurfacesPosted on May 7, 2019 by Jennifer Ortiz
Electrochemical investigations are a very current topic in research. In recent times advancement in technology and industry results in a world-wide increasing energy consumption. A future requirement to face this trend is the development of high capacity and as well low weight rechargeable batteries for energy storage. Therefore studies of electrolyte systems or electrode surfaces are of great importance for possible further improvements.
Also in other fields, like biochemistry or catalysis, electrochemistry is of great benefit to get access to information of molecules, depending on an applied electrochemical potential. For example of the redox-active center in biomolecules , the reaction behavior of catalysts or the formation of carbon oxides during alcohol oxidation.
From coffee breaks to technical demonstrations, exhibitors and sponsors help support the Chicago meeting while presenting their products and services to scientists and engineers from around the world.
“The main opportunity for us is to meet our customers… We gain valuable information about the newest techniques and the newest applications that people are trying to address.” —Bill Eggers, BioLogic USA
Exhibitors connect with customers—old and new—and stay on the cutting edge of research in their field.