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M470: An all in one scanning probe electrochemistry software
Everything you need for local electrochemistry in one software
Which SCAN-Lab software should I use?
Information on when to use the different BioLogic software available for scanning probe electrochemistry.
How to automate experiments and build complex protocols: An introduction to the M470 sequencer
Automating experiments, and writing complex protocols with the M470 sequencer.
How do I choose between step mode and sweep mode?
Choosing step mode or sweep mode affects experiment quality and duration from Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy to Atomic Force Microscopy
SECM101: What is Constant Distance (CD)-SECM?
Constant Distance (CD)-SECM is introduced in this BioLogic Learning Center article
Scanning Probe Electrochemistry: A glossary of terms
What do the different terms relating to local electrochemistry mean? This article gives a definitive list
Key factors to consider when looking for a scanning electrochemical workstation.
Factors of interest when looking at a scanning electrochemical workstation are discussed.
SECM101: Introduction to the redox mediator
The Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) redox mediator is introduced.
OSP101: Introduction to the Optical Surface Profiler technique
An introduction to the Optical Surface Profiler (OSP) technique
Which scanning probe electrochemistry technique?
The scanning probe electrochemistry techniques on the M470 are compared.
Multichannel & Single-channel potentiostats – what’s the difference? (Electrochemistry Basics Series)
An overview of the differences between single channel and multichannel potentiostat galvanostats
Scanning probe electrochemistry for biological research
A short article with accompanying multimedia presentation outlining the benefits of Scanning probe electrochemistry for biological studies
The RRDE as a pH probe in situ
The Rotating Ring Disk Electrode (RRDE) Ring can be used as a potentiometric or amperometric in situ pH probe. This is extremely useful to study electrochemical reactions that involves OH- or H+ ions.
dc-SECM and the SECM150
The dc-SECM technique. Includes a link to a more detailed, downloadable document.
QCM: History and principles
The principles behind the QCM technique are described as well as an introduction to its history.
Scanning probe electrochemistry & biology research
The role of scanning probe electrochemistry in biological systems