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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.
One of the possibilities of characterizing intermediate species created during a redox process, is to couple a spectrometer with a potentiostat
What is EIS ?
Electrochemical Impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a powerful tool enabling the study of processes that occur at the interface of the electrode.
The electrical conductivity of solid electrolytes
The efficiency and performance of energy storage devices depend on the electrical properties of the materials used for the anode, cathode and for the electrolyte.
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.
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