Analytical Chemistry


What is electrochemistry?

Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with electrons transferring between an interface and a molecule in an electrolyte solution. The interface is typically a conducting metallic material. Electrochemistry is a rich field that has led to the development of batteries, a widely used chemical separation technique called electrophoresis, a process for plating metals known as electroplating, and an immense body of knowledge surrounding oxidation-reduction chemistry, among other achievements.


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