By Connor Taylor on November 15, 2020
When optimising an electrochemical process, many reported syntheses use either a constant current or constant potential rather than using alternating polarity to maintain efficiency throughout the reaction. In a recent publication in Reaction Chemistry & Engineering, Compunetics was employed to identify the observed rate constants in the formation of copper N-heterocyclic carbenes (NHCs) - for more information, see the reported publication.
1: Schotten, C. et al., Alternating Polarity for Enhanced Electrochemical Synthesis. React. Chem. Eng. (2020).