Electroanalytical method
Electroanalytical methods are a class of techniques in analytical chemistry which study an analyte by measuring the potential (volts) and/or current (amperes) in an electrochemical cell containing the...
Electrophoresis
electrophoresis.
Coulometry
Coulometry is the name given to a group of techniques in analytical chemistry that determine the amount of matter transformed during an electrolysis reaction by measuring the amount of electricity (in...
Voltammetry
Voltammetry is a category of electroanalytical methods used in analytical chemistry and various industrial processes. In voltammetry, information about an analyte is obtained by measuring the current ...
Polarography
Polarography is a subclass of voltammetry where the working electrode is a dropping mercury electrode (DME) or a static mercury drop electrode (SMDE), which are useful for their wide cathodic ranges a...
Electrophoresis
Electrophoresis is the motion of dispersed particles relative to a fluid under the influence of a spatially uniform electric field. This electrokinetic phenomenon was observed for the first time in 18...
Electrogravimetry
Electrogravimetry is a method used to separate and quantify ions of a substance, usually a metal. In this process, the analyte solution is electrolyzed. Electrochemical reduction causes the analyte to...
Mercury coulometer
Mercury coulometer is an electroanalytical chemistry device using mercury to determine the amount of matter transformed (in coulombs) during the following reaction:These oxidation/reduction processes ...
Adsorptive stripping voltammetry
Adsorptive stripping voltammetry is similar to anodic stripping voltammetry and cathodic stripping voltammetry except that the preconcentration step is not controlled by electrolysis. The preconcentr...
Working electrode
The working electrode is the electrode in an electrochemical system on which the reaction of interest is occurring. The working electrode is often used in conjunction with an auxiliary electrode, and...
Differential pulse voltammetry
Differential Pulse Voltammetry, DPV, (or Differential Pulse Polarography, DPP) is often used to make electrochemical measurements. It can be considered as a derivative of linear sweep voltammetry or s...
Chronoamperometry
Chronoamperometry is an electrochemical technique in which the potential of the working electrode is stepped and the resulting current from faradaic processes occurring at the electrode (caused by the...
Agarose gel electrophoresis
Agarose gel electrophoresis is a method of gel electrophoresis used in biochemistry, molecular biology, and clinical chemistry to separate a mixed population of DNA or proteins in a matrix of agarose....
Staircase voltammetry
Staircase voltammetry is a derivative of linear sweep voltammetry. In linear sweep voltammetry the current at a working electrode is measured while the potential between the working electrode and a r...
Dropping mercury electrode
The dropping mercury electrode (DME) is a working electrode made of mercury and used in polarography. Experiments run with mercury electrodes are referred to as forms of polarography even if the exper...
Potentiostat
A potentiostat is the electronic hardware required to control a three electrode cell and run most electroanalytical experiments. A Bipotentiostat and polypotentiostat are potentiostats capable of con...
Rotating ring-disk electrode
A rotating ring-disk electrode (RRDE) is double working electrode used in hydrodynamic voltammetry, very similar to a rotating disk electrode (RDE). The electrode actually rotates during experiments ...
Hanging mercury drop electrode
The hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE or HDME) is a working electrode variation on the dropping mercury electrode (DME). Experiments run with dropping mercury electrodes are referred to as forms o...
Amperometric titration
Amperometric titration refers to a class of titrations in which the equivalence point is determined through measurement of the electric current produced by the titration reaction. It is a form of qua...
Hydrodynamic technique
Hydrodynamic technique is a subcategory of electroanalytical methods in which the analyte solution flows relative to a working electrode. In many voltammetry techniques, the solution is intentionally ...
Cyclic voltammetry
Cyclic voltammetry or CV is a type of potentiodynamic electrochemical measurement. In a cyclic voltammetry experiment the working electrode potential is ramped linearly versus time. Unlike in linear s...
Karl Fischer titration
Karl Fischer titration is a classic titration method in analytical chemistry that uses coulometric or volumetric titration to determine trace amounts of water in a sample. It was invented in 1935 by t...
Squarewave voltammetry
Squarewave voltammetry (SWV) is a form of linear potential sweep voltammetry which has found numerous applications in various fields, including within medicinal and various sensing communities.When fi...
Electroblotting
Electroblotting is a method in molecular biology/biochemistry/immunogenetics to transfer proteins or nucleic acids onto a membrane by using PVDF or nitrocellulose, after gel electrophoresis. The prot...
Galvanostat
A galvanostat, (also known as amperostat) is a control and measuring device capable of keeping the current through an electrolytic cell in coulometric titrations constant, disregarding changes in the ...
Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis
Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis, abbreviated as 2-DE or 2-D electrophoresis, is a form of gel electrophoresis commonly used to analyze proteins. Mixtures of proteins are separated by two propertie...
SDS-PAGE
Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE), describes a technique widely used in biochemistry, forensics, genetics, molecular biology and biotechnology to separate biological macromolecules, usually pr...