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Tackling Organic Electrochemistry Challenges with Ideal Choice of Electrode Materials
By: Alfa Chemistry
Electrode serves as a sensor in electrochemical analysis to convert solution concentrations into electrical signals. Electrode materials are substances used to construct electrodes.
The mechanisms and rationale underlying the success of the electrochemical process are complicated. Meanwhile, novel synthetic methodology and organic electrochemical techniques have been continuously developed, and approaches that are more affordable, safer, and produce less waste are shared pursuits for researchers.
"High-quality electrode materials will also contribute to the outstanding performance of microbial fuel cells (MFCs). The measurement of performance include the adhesion of microorganism, electrochemical efficiency, and electron transfer," said one of the senior scientists from Alfa Chemistry. "Using cost-effective materials to generate more electricity will surely increase the chances of MFCs commercialization in the broader environmental applications."
At present, Alfa Chemistry offers the following types of electrode materials:
l Embedded cathode
l Converted cathode
l Lithium alloy anode
l Metal oxide anode
l Carbon anode
More specifically, the following electrode materials can be easily obtained from Alfa Chemistry. To name just a few here: Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite, LSC-82 (https://materials.alfachemic.com/
For more information about Alfa Chemistry' offering of electrode materials, please visit https://materials.alfachemic.com/
About Alfa Chemistry
Alfa Chemistry, proficient in a wide array of materials, started to expand its product range years ago in the hope of meeting diverse needs and reducing the cost, complexity, and timeline of research projects. Via years' efforts, the company has now grown to be a reliable source for carbon nanotubes, fullerene (carbon spheres), graphene, high purity materials, MOFs and COFs, molecular sieves, quantum dots, as well as many other types of chemicals and materials.