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Chemical Services

Electrochemical Instrumentation

Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry that studies the processes that occur between electricity and chemical reactions at an electrode. Useful in studies into electrodeposition and corrosion.

Anodic Stripping Voltammetry (ASV) and Polarography

PAR ASV and polarography apparatus and Dropping Mercury Electrode. Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.

Digital Multimeters

Tektronix model DMM4020, 5.5 digit Bench Digital Multimeter. Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.

Conductance

A number of conductance meters (Philips PR9500, PR9501 and Jenway Model 4520 supplied, glass conductivity probe with ATC (K=1)). Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.

Potentiometry

  • Tinsley 3184D. Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.
  • Hewlett-Packard 3465A Multimeter. Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.
  • A number of ion-selective electrodes (ISEs), including F- and Ca2+. A large number of pH meters (Radiometer pHM 26, 28 and 84). Location: D3.12. Contact: Michael Mucalo.
  • Malvern Zetasizer 3000HS. Location: E3.05. Contact: Michael Mucalo.
  • Automatic titration system. Location: F3.15. Contact: Annie Barker.

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