In situ Raman spectroelectrochemical cell (2H exchange membrane type), Model: C031-2
The in-situ electrochemical cell is designed to study the in-situ spectroscopic and morphological changes of electrode materials during electrochemical experiments. Consequently, the working electrode (WE) is positioned directly below a transparent window door, allowing optical instruments to observe the working electrode through the upper quartz window. The maximum diameter of the working electrode is 10mm. The testing cell is equipped with a reference electrode and a counter electrode, suitable for three-electrode experiments. This electrochemical cell has been upgraded based on the C031-1 model, incorporating a membrane replacement feature.
- The cathode chamber (working electrode) and anode chamber (counter electrode) of this electrochemical cell are separated by an ion membrane (provided by the user) and sealed with screws, facilitating membrane replacement.
- This electrochemical cell effectively mitigates the effects of the anode on the cathode.
- The reference electrode shares the same chamber as the working electrode, effectively reducing R drop.
- The reference electrode of this electrochemical cell is a silver chloride electrode (or silver-silver ion electrode).
- The counter electrode is a platinum rod electrode with a diameter of 1mm.
- The working electrode of this electrochemical cell is a disc-shaped electrode (such as gold disc, platinum disc, glassy carbon disc, transparent conductive oxide (TO), fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO), carbon paper, etc.).
- The electrochemical cell can be easily filled with electrolyte through injection.
- This electrochemical cell can be quickly assembled and disassembled for easy cleaning.
- The distance between the working electrode and the window is <6mm.
- The diameter of the window for this electrochemical cell is 37mm.