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Examples of such processes are: electrochemical production of chemicals, fuels and materials (power-to-products) and innovative use of electricity such as plasma, microwaves and ultrasound to power processes.

 Drawings and parts showing electrification.
Photo: Maurice Dörr

We use electrical potential to drive redox reactions in liquid and gas phase. The benefits are rapid changes in oxidation/reduction potential, immediate and highly sensitive feedback on conversion speed, and good reaction control. We work with both development of electrode materials, cell/reactor design, testing and characterization, supported by atomic scale and process modeling.

Our test systems operate in both flow and batch modes and are, among other things, suitable for organic and inorganic synthesis, removal of harmful compounds, and conversion of waste and by-products into more valuable components.