Electrochemistry lab

The Electrochemistry lab was refurbished during Phase I of the ESRF upgrade programme. The lab is located in the new ESRF-LOB building: LOB-023.

It  is equipped with two fumehoods and can host more than one user group simultaneously. Standard laboratory equipment (ultrapure water, heating/stirring plates, balance, glassware, ultrasonic bath, potentiostat, pH meter, reference electrodes, annealing torch for surface preparation) and consumables are available.

 

A glove-box dedicated to Li-ion battery research is also available. The glove-box has been purchased within the framework of a joint project together with  the BM01 and BM26 beamlines, and the Delft University.

 

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The Electrochemistry Laboratory is located in LOB-023 (ground floor)

 

How to use the Electrochemistry Lab

The Electrochemistry lab is open to ESRF users. The lab is manned by the ID03 beamline staff and access to the facility can be requested at the time of applying for beamtime, through the A-form.

If you wish to use the Electrochemistry lab, please provide detailed information on points (1) and (2) below, and to fill  in your User Declaration Form(s) (3) at least 15 working days before the starting date of your experiment:

(1) Intended manipulations at the laboratory (give relevant key-words or a concise description).

(2) Chemicals/equipment/consumables needed. (Any "Risk Analysis" or "Description of Experimental Set-up" which you may already have sent to the Safety Group is irrelevant for answering (1) and (2)).

(3) "User Declaration Form: Use of the Electrochemistry Lab" ( EC_Lab_UDF.docx ; EC_Lab_UDF.pdf ) and "EC-Lab Experimental Form" (EC_Lab_expForm.docx). Please download these forms as soon as possible. The "Üser Declaration Form" has to be duly filled in and signed by the appropriate person (one form per affiliation, please). Please indicate clearly the period when you need the laboratory on your form. For obvious reasons, a complete set of information is indispensable for processing your request. If you have any additional questions related to your experiment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Access to the ID03 Electrochemistry Laboratory

To access the Electrochemistry lab, you will be given a key (badge) on arrival at the ESRF/ID03 beamline. There is only one key per user group, so please share it with your collaborators during the approved period (experiment preparation and beamtime). Contact H. Isern (2979) or F. Carla' (2680).