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SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 20 : Using SVET to measure Vertical Samples (log in to your account to view)Latest updated: January 12, 2022
Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique (SVET), also known as Vibrating Probe, is used to measure the local current density of a sample in solution. In SVET the probe is vibrated perpendicular to the plane of the sample. Because a potential gradient exists in the electrolyte above the sample, the probe vibration results in an ac signal which is demodulated by a lock-in amplifier to obtain the dc signal of interest.
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 20 : Using SVET to measure Vertical Samples
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