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SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 05: Using custom probes for LEIS, SVP and SKP experimentsLatest updated: August 4, 2021
The LEIS, SKP and SVP probes provided by default have been designed to ensure optimal signal acquisition. Some users might want to be able to use their own probes, with characteristics that would better fit their research needs. The aim of this note is to technically describe the electrometer connectors and the electronics of the probes such that any user can adapt their probes to our M370 or M470 scanning electrochemical workstation.
SCAN Lab TN5 Using custom probes for LEIS SVP and SKP experiments
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A modular, state-of-the-art instrument allowing users to exploit 9 local electrochemistry techniques.
LEIS – M470
Used extensively for research in coatings and corrosion. LEIS is of particular use for measuring the impedance of coated samples.
SKP – M470
SKP sensitively measures changes in sample work function related to surface state changes
OSP – M470
The Optical Surface Profiler option of Bio-Logic’s modular M470 scanning electrochemical workstation.
SVET/Vibrating Probe – M470
Scanning vibrating probe, or SVET, is often used by researchers to investigate corrosion processes in situ, in real time.
ac/dc-SDS – M470
The SDS470 is perfect for any conducting or semi-conducting sample. Because the technique is centred on a confined, local electrochemical cell, it can potentially be used for applications in a wide variety of fields from sensors to catalysis
ac/dc-SECM – M470
A versatile technique that can be used in a wide variety of applications including: materials research, catalysis, battery research and many others...