http://www.microscopy-analysis.com/editorials/editorial-listings/asylum-research-delivers-electrochemistry-cell-afm

 
“Oxford Instruments Asylum Research announces the availability of the new Electrochemistry Cell for studying electrochemical reactions in situ, including processes such as deposition, oxidation, corrosion and mass transfer of metals and other materials at the nanoscale.
 
“The Electrochemistry Cell leverages the advanced performance of the Cypher ES AFM and adds impressive new functionality for electrochemistry investigations,” said Dr. Iréne Revenko, Asylum Research Product Manager. “The Cypher ES with its Electrochemistry Cell is a robust, versatile, and easy-to-use tool that is ideal for AFM researchers looking to advance the performance of materials in the fields of energy storage, advanced materials, and even bioscience.”
 
The Electrochemistry Cell features a robust design that is easy to assemble, disassemble, and clean and enables dynamic experiments for diverse AFM experimental conditions.
 
It allows simultaneous electrochemistry and heating/cooling for investigating EC thermodynamics and supports a wide range of working electrode materials and sizes for a multitude of experimental conditions.
 
It is compatible with most conventional and cutting-edge electrolytes for novel research needs, and can be used with any potentiostat.
 
The cell is also glovebox compatible for ‘ultimate’ environmental control with no performance compromisos”
http://www.microscopy-analysis.com/editorials/editorial-listings/asylum-research-delivers-electrochemistry-cell-afm