In a unique endeavor, René Stiegelmann, the owner of IKA, has collaborated with Professor Phil S. Baran of the globally renowned Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California (USA). Over the past three years, Chemists and Engineers have worked hand in hand in order to develop a product merging two divisions of chemistry communities: the Electrochemical and the mainstream Synthetic Organic Chemistry Communities that conventionally don't have much in common.
ElectraSyn 2.0 incorporates three products in one and will facilitate the mass adoption of electrochemistry for preparative organic synthesis: an analytical device, a potentiostat and a stir plate.
The ElectraSyn 2.0 Ready-To-Go package comprises of all that is needed for a user’s initial experiment: Potentiostat, vial holder, stir plate (aluminum), single vial 10 ml (complete), set of electrodes (graphite).
The future will include high throughput screening and a 6-reaction carousel.
ElectraSyn 2.0 offers
- Analytical capabilities
- Stirring abilities
- Future proofing
- Industry-leading display
- Aesthetic design
- ElectraSyn 2.0 app
- Ease of transportation
- User-friendly interface
Several accessories and electrodes are available.