Spectroelectrochemistry Partners, based in the School of Chemistry, has supplied to an international market a research device for advanced spectroelectrochemistry.

The SP-o2, Spectroelectrochemical cell


Designed by Prof Chris Pickett (Emertius) and Dr Joseph Wright, this potentiostatically controlled instrument interfaces with an Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) configured Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer, allowing the study of molecules undergoing fast redox processes in an informative spectral range. It enables the study of key electron-transfer processes involved in electrocatalysis, organic or biomolecule transformations.