Scanning electrochemical workstation.
High-resolution, compact or modular scanning workstations for local activity measurement
BioLogic has over 25 years of experience producing scanning electrochemical workstations. Initially, this included a number of single technique instruments, with the first modular scanning electrochemical workstation, the M370, introduced in 2006, under the Uniscan name.
Scanning probe electrochemistry has found use in academic and commercial research settings. It is applicable in any field in which bulk electrochemical measurements have been used. Scanning probe electrochemistry has found widespread use in Corrosion and coatings, Biology, including biosensors and biotechnology, Batteries, fuel cells and photovoltaics, Materials, Catalysis