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Application


LIQUIDLOOP combines knowledge from interdisciplinary fields such as electrochemistry, photochemistry, catalysis, fluid dynamics and engineering to design highly sophisticated and
highly customized laboratory instruments,
tailored to fit your field of research.​

  • Electrocatalytic reactions behind the Fuel Cell Technologies

    Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction
    Oxygen Reduction Reaction
    Alcohols Oxidation Reactions
  • Electrocatalytic reactions behind the Power-to-X Technologies

    Hydrogen Evolution Reaction / PEM Electrolysis
    Oxygen Evolution Reaction / PEM Electrolysis
    Hydrogen Peroxide Synthesis
    Chlorine Evolution Reaction / Sea Water Electrolysis
    CO2 and CO Reduction Reactions
  • Dream electrocatalytic reactions for future technologies

    Partial Oxidation of Methane to Methanol
    Ammonia Synthesis
    Organic Electrosynthesis

// APPLICATION

Case studies in ELECTROCATALYSIS

Precise monitoring of the electrochemical onset potentials

Precise determination of the onset potentials in electrocatalytic reactions is a key challenge to understanding the reaction mechanisms and further possibilities about how to improve them. LIQUIDLOOP technology enables accurate following of the various reaction onsets during even up to 100 cycles, perfect solution for studying long term stability of the catalyst material and electrodes.

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Variable saturation of the reactant gas in the electrolyte

Tunable saturation of electrolyte with the reactant gas defines its partial pressure in the system, allowing for design of various novel experiments with focus on thermodynamics and kinetics of the electrocatalytic reactions.

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Reactant gas co-feed using isotope-labeled CO

In this study, a mixture of two reactant gases CO2 and CO with precisely defined ratios was used to saturate the electrolyte for revealing the dependency between their partial pressures onto the selectivity for C2 products. Moreover,  CO gas labelling using minimal amount of the precious isotop-labelled gas offered further mechanistic insights into ethylene formation pathways.

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