Electrochemistry Cells

Find the right cell for your electrochemical research here. Metrohm Electrochemistry offers a wide variety of cells suitable for a range of application areas in a diverse range of materials.

Our cells are available in different materials, making them compatible with various solvents. We also manufacture customized cells for specific customer applications. You can operate the cells with screen-printed electrodes or interdigitated electrodes.

Learn more about our cells for:

  • Batch Injection Analysis (BIA)
  • Corrosion Research
  • Electrocatalysis Research
  • Flow Injection Analysis (FIA)
  • HPLC and standard batch setup
  • Spectroelectrochemical analysis
Setup for electrochemical research with potentiostat and cell

Key features

  • Versatile and easy to use: suitable for many different experiments, designed for easy electrode replacement.
  • Available in various materials for solvent compatibility.
  • Custom-made versions for specific applications.
  • Operation with inexpensive screen-printed and interdigitated electrodes.

Easy-to-use, versatile, and customizable

With our cells, you are able to perform your electrochemical assays more easily. We have designed our cells with easy electrode replacement in mind – several of the designs, for instance, come with a magnetic open/close mechanism that makes electrode replacement a matter of seconds.

Various materials and formats to accommodate your assay requirements: Our cells are available in versions made of glass, methacrylate, Teflon, PEEK, Polypropylene, or ABS.

Your research requirements are different? No problem. We will gladly produce customized cells made to your specifications.

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Selection of DropSens cells for electrochemical research

Batch Injection Analysis: a smart alternative

As an alternative to FIA systems, we have developed the Batch Injection Analysis (BIA) system, a robust and smart technique that eliminates some of the drawbacks associated with Flow Injection Analysis systems, such as air bubbles or leaking.

How does Batch Injection Analysis work? The BIA system uses a programmable electronic micropipette dispensing successive drops at reproducible flow rates and injection volumes. The solution is dispensed close to the working electrode surface. As the flow rate is highly controlled, the resulting peaks are as sharp as the ones obtained with FIA systems. Batch Injection Analysis systems are an easy way to obtain successive measurements in tubeless systems.

Learn more about the Batch Injection Analysis system:

> with Micropipette P200M

> with Micropipette P1000M

Batch Injection Analysis cell for electrochemical research

Cells for Corrosion Research

Metrohm Autolab potentiostat/galvanostat instruments are ideally suited for electrochemical research into the corrosion properties of metals. For this type of application, a cell for the metal sample and the electrolyte is required.

We offer a selection of cells for corrosion research:

  • Corrosion cells, available in two sizes (400 mL and 1 L) for circular samples.
  • Flat cell designed for large, flat samples (coated or bare metal).

> Learn more about the corrosion cells

Electrochemical cell for corrosion research

Cells for Electrocatalysis Research

Electrocatalysis experiments with noble metals and platinum in particular must be carried out in the cleanest possible conditions. With a total volume of 250 mL, the Autolab RRDE cell meets this requirement.

The cell can be easy assembled and can be completely taken apart for cleaning. All parts in contact with the solution are made of materials with the best chemical resistance.

The Autolab RRDE cell for ECAT research creates a stable measurement environment with the thermostatic jacket and two-way gas purge.

> Learn more about the Autolab RRDE cell for ECAT research

Electrochemistry cells for electrocatalysis research

Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) made easy

The Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) cells feature an open/close magnet system to make electrode replacement quick and easy. As our FIA cells are available in a variety of formats and materials, you will find a suitable cell for many modes and sample solutions.

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One assay, eight results – with multichannel cells. If efficiency matters, you have the possibility to run eight samples simultaneously on independent channels. Alternatively, you may also run the same sample on all eight channels, getting eight results for one sample in one go.

> Learn more about the eight-channel cell

> Learn more about the one-channel 8X format cell

Flow Injection Analysis cell for electrochemical experiments

Cells for spectroelectrochemical measurements

If you need to perform spectroelectrochemical measurements we offer dedicated cells in batch or in flow.

If you are working with low sample volumes down to 100 µL, then you should check out our dedicated cells for transmission, reflection or Raman experiments. These cells also come with the convenient magnetic open/close mechanism for easy electrode replacement. 

We also offer a dedicated flow injection analysis (FIA) cell to perform reflection experiments in combination with thin-layer flow-cell integrated screen printed electrodes.

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Reflection cell for spectroelectrochemical measurements

More cells: HPLC and batch cells for large volumes

Cell for HPLC
Perform High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with screen-printed electrodes and avoid leaking.

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Cell for electrochemistry
Perform batch analysis with large volumes of solution (5–8 mL). This allows you to stir and deaerate the solution and carry out standard additions.

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Electrodes for electrochemistry

Versatile, inexpensive, and easy to use. Discover our screen-printed and interdigitated electrodes.

Screen-printed electrodes …

Portable potentiostats

Potentiostat/galvanostat instruments, multichannel versions, electrochemi-luminescence analysis, and more.

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Electrochemistry and spectroscopy combined in one measurement: SPELEC. Learn more about our instrument for spectroelectrochemistry.

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