ForensisGroup Electrolysis Expert Witnesses study and work with this electro-chemical process in which current is passed between two electrodes through an ionized solution (electrolyte) to deposit positive ions (anions) on the negative electrode (cathode) and negative ions (cations) on the positive electrode (anode).
This process is used in industries, such as electroplating, refining bauxite into aluminum, producing chlorine and caustic soda from table salt (sodium chloride), and in analytical techniques such as polarography. Many of our experts focus on investigating the performance and durability of electrolysis cells.
Our experts design and build equipment and instrumentation for testing CO2conversion processes and investigate and validate new characterization techniques through the use of sensors, hardware, and test methodologies. Others have experience in metallography and structural/physical material evaluation techniques
They have experience with both Pt and PGM-free electrocatalyst materials, as well as experience with membrane electrode assembly (MEA) fabrication, testing, and electrochemical kinetic modeling.
Our Electrolysis Expert Witnesses have advanced degrees in chemistry, chemical engineering, electrochemistry, materials science, engineering, or related field.
If our selection doesn’t include the electrolysis expert witness you’re looking for, contact us. We will assist you in locating the right expert for your case, and provide you with an initial case consultation at no cost. And because our experts don’t pay a fee to be listed, we recruit only the most trusted and credible experts based on a rigorous screening process. Contact us to learn more and retain a highly-qualified electrolysis expert for your case.