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SECM150Latest updated: December 11, 2019
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Post-treatment and optimization of area scan experiments – Scanning Probes – Application Note 4
Introducing the Microscopic Image Rapid Analysis (MIRA) software – Scanning Probes – Application Note 5
Graphical and analysis tools in M370/M470 software – Scanning Probes – Application Note 8
3D Map production using the 3DIsoPlot software – Scanning Probes – Application Note 12
Achieving micron scale measurements using the SECM150 – Scanning Probes. Application Note 18
Investigation of the diffusion of ferricyanide through porous membranes using the SECM150 – Scanning Probes. Application Note 19.
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 10: The application of Gwyddion imaging software to M370/M470 results
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 11: Determining the probe diameter and RG ratio in an SECM experiment
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 15: 5 μm SECM Probes: Description, Advantage, and User Guidelines
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 17: Preventing Damage by ElectroStatic Discharge
SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 18: Using the SECM150 in a Controlled Atmosphere in a Glove Bag
Application of scanning probe electrochemistry for biological studies – Tutorial – Lifesciences
Application of local electrochemical probes for Corrosion Studies – Tutorial – Corrosion
Local Probe Coatings – Tutorial
SECM for biosensors – Tutorial – Sensors
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