As anyone who ever took organic chemistry remembers, “pushing” electrons is the key to building molecules, understanding reactions and catalyzing new reactions. Electrochemistry is fundamentally a way to control how electrons are pushed – with the tools of electrochemistry, and knowledge of the thermodynamics and kinetics of moving electrons, we can explore new opportunities. This often entails development of new tools and techniques to probe reactions. Check out some of our recent work in this area, more can be found in the publications themselves.
recent echem results
- Our New COMSOL Simulation HorsepowerFor electrochemists doing research with scanning probe techniques, COMSOL modeling plays a significant role in instructing experiment design, estimating imaging results affected by pipette geometric, and validating electrochemical phenomena observed. Recently, […]
- NSF CCI Center for Single-Entity Nanochemistry and Nanocrystal DesignA consortium from Indiana University, Texas A&M, Temple and the University of Texas have recently been awarded a grant to establish the NSF Center for Chemical Imaging – the Center for […]
- Single-Entity Nanoparticle SECCMThe Baker group studied single-entity electrochemistry in the collaboration with Ye group (Indiana University Bloomington) to study and characterize electrocatalytic activity of single nanocrystals by utilizing scanning electrochemical cell microscopy (SECCM) […]