Environmental Analysis – An Electrochemical Contribution
29 May 2015
In this white paper learn how electrochemistry plays a crucial role for all environment compartments, i.e., water, air and soil. In water, microbial fuel cells extract energy from wastewater, and Potentiostats monitor the associated electron transfer kinetics. In contaminated soils, Potentiostats track the redox reactions and the electrokinetic transport involved in electroremediation processes. Last but not least, Potentiostats track the electrochemical reactions that take place on catalyst surfaces – the place, where the greenhouse gas CO2 is reduced to produce reactive carbon monoxide or methanol.