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Understanding bandwidth & its effect on measurements
An article which gives an overview of the electronic system that sits behind a potentiostat/galvanostats and describes how it can affect your measurements.
How to check and correct the time-variance of your system under EIS measurements?
Are you running EIS experiments on a corroding electrode or on a charging or discharging battery and obtaining unusual or strange data at low frequencies? You should check that the change of your system does not affect your EIS measurements. Here are a few tools available in EC-Lab® to help you deal with such situations.
Scanning probes & corrosion research
The role of scanning probe electrochemistry for research in corrosion
One of the possibilities of characterizing intermediate species created during a redox process, is to couple a spectrometer with a potentiostat
A local view of corrosion
The effects of corrosion need to be considered in almost every industry. A recent NACE report  estimated that corrosion costs $2.5 trillion USD globally
DC electrochemical characterisation of a corrosion system
Corrosion is an unwanted spontaneous electrochemical process leading to a structural degradation of a material.
What is EIS ?
Electrochemical Impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a powerful tool enabling the study of processes that occur at the interface of the electrode.
Data of interest -work more efficiently.
Get the most out of your blue box : how EC/BT-Lab can help you work more efficiently as well as save valuable time.
Electrochemical characterisation of a corrosion system by Impedance spectroscopy
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a powerful analytical method used to investigate the electrochemical properties of a wide range of electrochemical systems
Resolution, Precision, Accuracy, Temperature stability and Time base: The five to watch
The five characteristics that should be on every electrochemist’s radar
Freedom, flexibility and control with Modify on-the-Fly
No need to stop the experiment with EC-Lab®’s “modify-on-the-fly” functionality