Explore the Go Direct® Cyclic Voltammetry System with Vernier and Pine Research! Even advanced students can struggle with electrochemistry, but with this affordable cyclic voltammetry system, students can easily control and apply potential to a chemical system and measure the response as a current. 


Key Takeaways

  • Explore two basic cyclic voltammetry experiments you’ll be able to do in your laboratory: determining acetaminophen concentration in children’s Tylenol® and optimizing the reduction of ferricyanide.
  • Develop strategies for teaching students how to assess a voltammogram and modify operational settings to improve data quality. 

Gain hands-on experience using the Go Direct Cyclic Voltammetry System and our Vernier Instrumental Analysis® app to collect and analyze data.