In an exclusive attempt, René Stiegelmann, owner of IKA, has collaborated with Professor Phil S. Baran from the world-famous Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California (United States). In the last three years, chemists and engineers have collaborated to create a product that integrates two divisions of chemistry communities: the Electrochemical and the mainstream Synthetic Organic Chemistry Communities that are conventionally very different.
The ElectraSyn 2.0 Ready-To-Go package integrates three products in one—a stir plate, an analytical device, and a potentiostat—and will enable the mass usage of electrochemistry for preparative organic synthesis.
The ElectraSyn 2.0 includes all the elements needed for a user’s first experiment: vial holder, potentiostat, set of graphite electrodes, 10-ml single vial (complete), and stir plate (aluminum).
The advanced version will include a 6-reaction carousel and also high-throughput screening.
ElectraSyn 2.0 offers
- User-friendly interface
- Stirring abilities
- Ease of transportation
- Analytical capabilities
- Industry-leading display
- Future proofing
- Aesthetic design
- ElectraSyn 2.0 app
A number of accessories and electrodes are available.