ZP Hyper Value - Screen Printed Electrodes

Zimmer and Peacock has a series of training and educational videos that are designed to integrate directly with our ZP Hyper Value Electrodes. In this box are 200 carbon screen printed electrodes, which are exactly the ones featured in the training modules on the ZP Academy.

 

On the back of the box is a promo-code that allows free access to the relevant training and educational modules on the ZP Academy; these courses are listed below.

 


ZP Hyper Value Screen Printed Electrode - Pack of 200 Screen Printed Electrodes

 

200 screen printed electrodes in the box

198,00 €
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Sensit Smart and ZP Hyper Value Screen Printed Electrode - Pack of 200 Screen Printed Electrodes and Sensit Smart

 

200 screen printed  carbon electrodes in the box and a one Sensit Smart

928,00 €
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Please contact ZP if you want to buy just the Sensit Smart.


The ZP Academy contains training modules and courses for developers, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs who want a flying start in their understanding of electrochemical sensors. The courses below specifically require the ZP Hyper Value Screen Printed Electrodes and the Sensit Smart which can be bought above.

Module 2C2 - Introduction to the Cyclic Voltammetry Analysis of Red and White Wine

In this module we describe a simple kitchen experiment for the analysis of wine, using the ZP Hyper Value Screen Printed Electrode and PalmSens’ Sensit Smart potentiostat. 

All chemicals used in this experiment were purchased from the local Grocery Store.

 

This note and the accompanying video demonstration are intended to give a quick and easy introduction to the Sensit smart, screen printed electrodes and a first quick start in wine analysis. 

There is an interest in the analysis of wine from a number of perspectives, including:

 

• Qualification/Authentication of Wine – The chemical profile of wine can be distinct and dynamic with time as the wines ages, especially with red wines. The concentration of molecules such as proanthrocyanidins, condensed tannins and anthocyanins change as the wine ages .

• Quality control through Quantification of Total Phenols – The total phenols in red/white/young/aged wines is variable, but the total phenols in wine can be measured by using electrochemical analytical techniques .


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