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Technical notes are communications relating to the set-up, and ongoing use and maintenance of BioLogic instruments. They have been written to help users correctly install equipment and ensure that they follow the correct procedures in order to deliver the most accurate measurement possible.
Choose a technical note TN 01 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 1 VMP, VMP2, MPG or BiStat IP address change TN 02 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 2 Accessing the VMP, VMP2, MPG or BiStat from other networks through gateways TN 03 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 3 Computer TCP/IP installation and configuration TN 04 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 4 VMP2, VMP or MPG firmware upgrading TN 05 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 5 Importing an EC-Lab® text file into excel on line TN 06 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 6 The Data smooth option (updated February 8, 2010) TN 07 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 7 The “compact” Function in the PCGA protocol TN 08 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 8 Adjustment of the potential control resolution TN 09 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 9 Various connection modes Part I: Ewe vs. Ece control in the standard mode TN 10 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 10 “p” low current option: installation and calibration TN 11 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 11 Other channel to cell connection mode Part II: CE to Ground mode TN 12 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 12 Low current N’Stat box installation (VMP2, BiStat, VSP, VMP3) TN 13 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 13 Long cell cables TN 17 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 17 Instantaneous versus averaged current measurement TN 18 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 18 Channel board: installation and calibration for VMP2, VMP3, VSP TN 19 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 19 Network parameters configuration with EC-Lab® and EC-Lab® Express software TN 20 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 20 MEASURE versus CONTROL mode: extended current ranges TN 21 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 21 External device control and recording TN 22 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 22 Graphic properties Part I: Graph Style definition TN 23 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 23 Graphic properties Part II: Graph Representation definition TN 24 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 24 Potentiostat board installation on SP-300 chassis (BiPotentiostat option) TN 25a – EC-Lab Technical Notes 25a Control of the potential/current signal by an external device Part I : control by a Low Frequency Generator (LFG) TN 25b – EC-Lab Technical Notes 25b Control of the potential/current signal by an external device Part II : control by a channel of the potentiostat TN 26 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 26 How to configure an experiment with a platinum temperature probe? TN 27 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 27 SAM-50 : Module for measurements on stack of 50V TN 28 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 28 EQCM cell Set-up TN 29 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 29 How to use the purge tube? TN 30 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 30 Which GCPL technique is the most appropriate for my measurement? TN 31 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 31 Isolation System IS1 How and why? TN 32 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 32 How to set the data recording conditions of my measurement? TN 33 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 33 DC-DC boards for SP-300 technology instruments TN 34 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 34 How fast the instrument is able to switch from potentio to galvano mode & vice versa? TN 35 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 35 Bandwidth selection TN 36 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 36 Boards validation TN 37 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 37 – Peristaltic pump Installation TN 38 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 38 – BCD technique: Battery Capacity Determination TN 39 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 39 Import urban profile (txt file) TN 40 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 40 Influence of the current range on the response time of a potentiostat TN 41 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 41 Climate Chamber control with EXTAPP TN 42 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 42 Bistat3200: A guide to the use of the sync start macro TN 43 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 43 Battery Holders : Guide to make a wise choice and a proper use. TN 44 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 44 How to check the accuracy of your instrument ? TN 45 – EC-Lab Technical Notes 45 Connection for high power system: Guide f+F8:F46or a proper connection.
Rapid Kinetics & Spectroscopy
Choose a technical note TN1 single wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100 _manual in absorbance mode TN2 single wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100_motorized in absorbance mode TN3 single wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100_manual in Fluorescence mode TN03 Installation of SFM 20 on the J810 spectropolarimeter TN4 single wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100_motorized in fluorescence mode TN5 dual wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100_manual in absorbance mode TN05 Quenched-flow mode_ Rate constant determination using Biokine TN6 dual wavelenght kinetic using MOS-LED and SFM100_motorized in absorbance mode TN08 Steady state spectral recording using MOS450-AF or AF-CD in absorbance mode TN09 Spectral recording using MOS450_AF-CD in Circular Dichroism mode TN10 Spectral recording MOS450_AF-CD in anisotropy mode TN11 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS 450_AF or AF-CD in absorbance mode TN12 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS450_AF or AF-CD in fluorescence mode TN13 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS450_AF-CD in anisotropy mode TN14 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS450_AF-CD in CD mode.pdf TN15 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS450_AF-CD in CD and Fluorescence mode TN16 Steady state spectral recording using MOS250 in absorbance mode TN17 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS250 in absorbance mode TN18 Create a stopped-flow sequence using MPS32 software TN20 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS250 in fluorescence mode TN22 Thermal denaturation of cytochrome-c using TCU-250 and MOS450 TN23 Different acquisition modes using the titrator accessory combined with MOS250 TN24 Titration of cytochrome-c using the titrator accessory combined with MOS250 TN25 Performing emission fluorescence spectra using MOS250 TN31 Determination of your experimental dead time in absorbance mode TN32 SFM-20 used in anaerobic conditions _loading of instrument TN33 Stopped-flow_Diode array detection using Kinspec TN34 Design of stopped flow sequence, determination of minimum washing volume TN35 DNPA hydrolysis using QFM-400 TN36 DNPA hydrolysis using the low temperature accessory TN37 Anisotropy T-format using MOS200 and an additional PMS250 TN38 Anisotropy T-format using MOS250 and two additional channels TN39 Determination of the minimal ageing time for each delay line TN40 QFM-400 upgrade for slow reactions studies TN41-excitation fluorescence scan using MOS450AF-CD TN42 Spectral recording using MOS450_AF-CD and Emission monochromator in fluorescence mode TN43 Ageing methods for long time reaction using MPS software and biokine up to the version 4.04 TN44 Pulsed flow method for Quench flow experiment TN45 Installation of SFM20 on the J810 spectropolarimeter TN46 Installation of SFM-X00 on the J810 spectropolarimeter TN47 Installation of SFMX00 on the J810 spectropolarimeter with advanced mode TN48 Installation of SFM20 on the J810 spectropolarimeter using spectra manager with advanced mode TN49 Determination of minimum washing volume for the microcuvette (mFC-08) TN50 Global mode experiment using MOS-200M in absorbance mode TN52 Designing double mixing quench flow experiments TN53 Determination of your experimental dead time in fluorescence mode TN54 Determination of your experimental dead time in fluorescence mode TN55 Single wavelength kinetics using J715-720 and Bio-Kine32 in CD mode-reaction 1 TN56 Single wavelength kinetics using J715-720 and Bio-Kine32 in CD mode-reaction 2 TN57 Single wavelength kinetic using J715-720 and Bio-Kine in fluorescence mode TN58 Titration of Cytochrome c TN59 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS200M_CD in CD mode TN60 X-ray head TN61 – Anisotropy T- format using MOS-200/M and an additio nal PMS-250 TN62 – Dead time determination using DCIP and acid ascorbic with the microcuvette μFC-08 TN63 – Single wavelength kinetic of cytochrome c in fluorescence mode TN64 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS200 in absorbance mode TN66-3D trace using a diode array in absorbance mode TN67 – Steady state spectral recording using MOS-450 in ORD mode TN73 – Determination of your experimental dead time in fluorescence mode using μFC-08 and SFM-4000/S TN74 Spectral recording using MOS-500 in Circular Dichroism mode TN75 Thermal denaturation of cytochrome-c using TCU-250 and MOS-500 TN76 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS200 in fluorescence mode TN77 excitation fluorescence scan using MOS-500 TN78 Thermal denaturation of lysozyme in spectra mode using single peltier and MOS-500 TN79 Single wavelength kinetics experiment using MOS-500 in CD mode TN80 single wavelength kinetic using MOS-500 in fluorescence mode TN81 single wavelenght kinetic using MOS-500 in absorbance mode TN82 Steady state spectral recording in absorbance mode using MOS-500 TN83 Spectral recording MOS-500 in anisotropy mode TN84 single wavelength kinetic using MOS-500 in anisotropy mode TN85 SFM-X000 used in anaerobic conditions_ loading of instrument TN86 – MOS-500 – Installation of MCD accessory and example of MCD spectrum TN87 – μSFM – Absorbance kinetics using a 200μl stock solution and MOS-200 TN88 – μSFM – Refolding of lysozyme using a 50μl stock solution and MOS-200
Choose a technical note Photosynthesis Notes-00 – JTS-10 hardware and software installation Photosynthesis Technical Notes-01 – Use of Eukaryote Kit in Absorbance mode – ECS measurement with PSI excitation Photosynthesis Technical Notes-02 – Use of Eukaryote Kit in Absorbance mode – ECS measurement with PSI and PSII excitation Photosynthesis Technical Notes-03 – Use of Eukaryote Kit in Fluoresccence mode – OJIP measurement using Fluo-59 accessory Photosynthesis Technical Notes-04 – Use of Eukaryote Kit in Fluorescence mode – NPQ measurement using Fluo-59 accessory Photosynthesis Technical Notes-05 – Use of Cytochrome Eukaryote Kit in Absorbance mode – Cytochrome b and f measurement with PSI excitation Photosynthesis Notes-06 – Use of P700-705 Kit in Absorbance mode – P700 and PC measurements with PSI and PSII excitation Photosynthesis Technical Notes-07 – Use of P700-705 Kit in Absorbance mode – P700 and PC measurements with PSI excitation Photosynthesis Technical Notes-08 – Interfacing a laser to JTS-10
Choose a technical note TN 01 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-01 – Cell cables and sample holder compensation TN 02 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-02 – CESH sample holders TN 03 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-03 – HTSH-1100: Description and installation of the sample TN 04 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-04 – HTCC Instructions for use, cleaning and maintenance TN 05 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-05 – Which connection to use with MTZ-35 TN 06 – MT-Lab Technical Notes-06 – Calibration of a sample holder
Scanning probe workstations
Choose a technical note TN 01 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-01 – Magnitudes and principles used in Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique TN 02 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-02 – Practical methods to correlate the SVP voltage to a current at a sample’s surface TN 03 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-03 – Relating Work Function Difference Measured by Scanning Kelvin Probe (SKP) to Corrosion Potential TN 04 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-04 – The importance of the Counter Electrode in LEIS measurement TN 05 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-05 – Using custom probes for LEIS, SVP and SKP experiments TN 06 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-06 – Ultra Micro-Electrodes (UMEs) for SECM techniques TN 07 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-07 – M470 positioner : how high resolution and high accuracy are achieved TN 08 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-08 – Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique (SVET): factors affecting the measurement TN 09 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-09 – 150 μm SKP probe: description, advantage and user’s guidelines TN 10 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes-10 – The application of Gwyddion imaging software to M370/M470 results TN 11 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 11 – Determining the probe diameter and RG ratio in an SECM experiment TN 12 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 12 – ac-SECM and LEIS: differences and similarities TN 13 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 13 – Connecting to the SP-300 by Ethernet connection (instead of USB) TN 14 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 14 – Height Tracking Inputs for SKP Investigations TN 15 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 15 – 1 – 5 μm SECM Probes: Description, Advantage, and User Guidelines TN 16 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 16 – Comparison of Saturated Calomel Electrode (SCE) and Silver/Silver Chlo-ride Electrode (Ag/AgCl) using the M470 TN 17 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 17 – Preventing Damage by ElectroStatic Discharge TN 18 – SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 18 – Using the SECM150 in a Controlled Atmosphere in a Glove Bag