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Research & Services | Electrochemistry Laboratory

Mandler Daniel, HUJI, Faculty of Science, The Institute of Chemistry

Categories

Electrochemistry, scanning electrochemical microscope, sensors, monolayers, polymeric films, sol-gel film, forensics

 

Objective

The Electrochemistry Laboratory is active in the field of:

  • Studying and modifying surfaces at high resolutions with scanning electrochemical microscope (SECM)
  • Development of highly selective and sensitive sensors for heavy metals based on self-assembled monolayers and thin polymeric films
  • Electrochemical deposition of sol-gel film
  • Self-assembled monolayers

Research provided

The laboratory is currently conducting research in:

  • SECM application for driving chemical and electrochemical reactions locally on surfaces; interactions of metal ions and monolayers
  • Design of selective electrochemical probes for detecting very low levels of heavy metals based on structuring their solid-liquid interface via monolayers
  • Formation of controllable sol-gel films for corrosion prevention; deposition of thin films onto complex geometries; and sensor development
  • Electrochemical sensors based on self-assembled monolayers; new tools for studying their interaction with metal ions; attaching monolayers directly onto silicon wafers; and studying self-assembled monolayers on mercury
  • Development of method for visualizing latent fingerprints on cartridges; identifying mechanism of iron transfer to identify a firearm holder; developing fingerprints on wet papers

Advantages

  • The Electrochemistry Laboratory is staffed by experienced, knowledgeable researchers utilizing state-of-the-art technology and equipment

Client record

  • Profilometry, AFM measurements provided to different companies.

Available equipment

  • 3D Profilometer (KLA-Tencor P-15)
  • Automated (equipped with an automated dispenser) contact angle (Rame-Hart 100)
  • Grazing angle FTIR (equipped with different detectors)
  • Electrochemistry and Impedance spectroscopy instrumentation

Staff

  • Daniel Mandler, PhD
  • One senior researcher
  • One post-doc
  • Six PhD students
  • Eight MSc students

Contact

Contact for more information:

Itzik Goldwaser
VP, Head of Research Collaborations
+972-2-6586685
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