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In a unique endeavor, IKA owner René Stiegelmann has partnered up with Professor Phil S. Baran of the worldrenowned
Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California (USA). Over the past three years, engineers and chemists have worked hand in hand to develop a product combining
two divisions of chemistry communities: the Electrochemical and the mainstream Synthetic Organic Chemistry Communities that traditionally don’t have much in common.
 
The culmination of years of research at the crossroads of engineering and synthesis”, as Phil Baran describes the development of a new product that has its developmental
origins dating back to an apparatus patented and developed by IKA in the 1920s. ElectraSyn 2.0 combines three products in one and will facilitate the mass adoption of electrochemistry for preparative organic synthesis. Society is always positively impacted by the development of sustainable reaction procedures that generate high yields, require less chemical reagents and thus produce less chemical waste. Synthetic organic electrochemistry is an innately sustainable and environmentally friendly field whose widespread adoption has been primarily limited by gaps in engineering rather than desire or potential.

ElectraSyn 2.0

A potentiostat, an analytical device and a stir plate in one: ElectraSyn 2.0 with lifetime warranty

In a unique endeavor, IKA owner René Stiegelmann has partnered up with Professor Phil S. Baran of the world-renowned Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California (USA). Over the past three years, engineers and chemists have worked hand in hand to develop a product combining two divisions of chemistry communities: the Electrochemistry and the mainstream Synthetic Organic Chemistry Communities that traditionally don’t have much in common.

ElectraSyn 2.0 essentially combines three products in one and will facilitate the mass adoption of electrochemistry for preparative organic synthesis: a potentiostat, an analytical device and a stir plate. It is a compact, user friendly and cost effective platform for organic chemists to explore electrochemistry.

The ElectraSyn 2.0 Ready-To-Go package includes all that is required to for your first experiment. including a single 10 ml vial (complete), vial holder and a set of electrodes (graphite).

ElectraSyn 2.0 offers:

  • standardization
  • analytical capabilities
  • modularity
  • user-friendly interface
  • stirring abilities
  • future proofing
  • industry-leading display
  • aesthetic design
  • connectivity
  • ElectraSyn 2.0 app
  • ease of transportation


Accessories are also available, including a carousel which enables six reactions in parallel, electrodes of various materials and sizes, and vials from 1 to 20 ml.

The IKA ElectraSyn App (available for both iPhone and Android) enables reaction and CV experiment monitoring, data transmitting, and various other functions. ElectraSyn is a device that improves over time through regular software updates.


IKA Screening System

The IKA Screening System is perfectly suited for constant
current electrosynthesis in “multibatch” mode. The combination
of both divided and undivided batch cells enables you to
quickly carry out research on multiple electroconversions at
the same time. In addition, you can combine the system with
other equipment in the laboratory.
Parallel batch electrosynthesis offers following advantages:
> Up to 8 undivided or 6 divided cells can be operated simultaneously
and individually
> Synthesize sufficient quantities for GC, LC or NMR analysis
processes
> Separate control and pre-set for each cell
> Easy testing of identical or differing electrolysis runs
> Fast identification of ideal process parameters
> Digital recording of test parameters
> Simultaneous mixing and heating
> Full temperature control (PT 1000) using heat block
> Control and automation via Labworldsoft 6.0
> Time and resources savings