All things electrochemical.

We build instruments and develop methods to measure electrochemical processes at the interface of biology, materials science and synthesis.

Electron and ion motions are, to say the least, a ubiquitous part of chemistry, and the significance of new ways to measure them is unlikely to vanish any time soon, if ever. If a chemist were ever so rash as to claim to be poised to “discover the secrets of the universe”, I would wager that she or he is an electrochemist. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/ac0313724

Royce Murray

1937-2022

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