Application notes

AN#1 – Protocols for studying intercalation electrodes materials: Part I: Galvanostatic cycling with potential limitation (GCPL)
AN#2 – Protocols for studying intercalation electrodes materials: Part II: Potentiodynamic Cycling with Galvanostatic Acceleration (PCGA)
AN#3 – Galvanostatic Cycling with Potential limitation 4: Low Earth Orbit battery satellite protocol
AN#4 – Potentiostat stability mystery explained
AN#5 – Precautions for good impedance measurements
AN#6 – Constant power technique
AN#7 – Application of the bipotentiostat to an experiment with a rotating ring-disk electrode.
AN#8 – Impedance, admittance, Nyquist, Bode, Black, etc…
AN#9 – Linear vs. non linear systems in impedance measurements
AN#10 – Corrosion current measurement for an iron electrode in an acid solution
AN#11 – Calculation of the platinum’s active surface
AN#12 – UV-Visible Spectroscopy and Electrochemistry coupling: Spectroelectrochemical experiment feasibility on a polypyrrol film
AN#13 – VMP3 and Quartz Crystal Microbalance coupling: mass measurement during a polypyrrol film deposition
AN#14 – ZFit and equivalent electrical circuits
AN#15 – Two questions about Kramers-Kronig transformations
AN#16 – Simultaneous Impedance measurements on each element of a running cell stack
AN#17 – Drift correction in electrochemical impedance measurements
AN#18 – Staircase Potentio Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and automatic successive ZFit analysis
AN#19 – EIS measurements with multisine
AN#20 – Pseudo capacitance calculation
AN#21 – Measurements of the double layer capacitance
AN#22 – Corrosion of reinforced concrete
AN#23 – EIS measurements on Li-ion batteries-EC-Lab software parameters adjustment
AN#24 – Photovoltaic Characterizations: Polarization and Mott Schottky plot
AN#25 – Multi Pitting Corrosion
AN#26 – Graphic Customization
AN#27 – Ohmic Drop: Part I: Effect on measurements
AN#28 – Ohmic Drop: Part II: Introduction to Ohmic Drop measurement techniques
AN#29 – Ohmic Drop Part III: Suitable use of the ZIR techniques?
AN#30 – IMVS investigation on photovoltaic cell
AN#31 – Fuel Cell Testing-Part I: Overview and I/E characterizations
AN#32 – Fuel Cell Testing-Part II: EIS characterization
AN#33 – Supercapacitors investigations-Part I: Charge/discharge cycling
AN#34 – Supercapacitors investigations-Part II: Time constant determination
AN#35 – Application of the Capacitance-Voltage curve to photovoltaic cell characterizations
AN#36 – VASP: An innovative and exclusive technique for corrosion monitoring
AN#37 – CASP: a new method for the determination of corrosion parameters
AN#38 – Dynamic resistance determination. A relation between AC and DC measurements?
AN#39-I – Electrochemical Noise Measurements-Part I : ASTM assessment and validation of the instrumental noise
AN#39-II – Electrochemical Noise Measurements-Part II : ASTM assessment and validation on a real electrochemical system
AN#39-III – Electrochemical Noise Measurements-Part III : Determination of the noise resistance Rn
AN#40 – Differential (Incremental) Capacity Analysis
AN#41-I – CV Sim-Simulation of the simple redox reaction (E)-Part I : The effect of the scan rate
AN#41-II – CV Sim-Simulation of the simple redox reaction (E)-Part II : The effect of the ohmic drop and the double layer capacitance
AN#42 – ZFit : The modified inductance element La.
AN#43 – How to fit transmission lines with ZFit
AN#44 – Artefacts in EIS measurements
AN#45 – Using ZFit for multiple cycles analysis
AN#46 – Dilatometer
AN#47 – Corrosion current determination with mass transfer limitation
AN#48 – Inaccuracy of the corrosion current determination in presence of an ohmic drop: EC-Lab® solutions
AN#49 – EIS measurements: Potentio (PEIS) vs. Galvano (GEIS) mode, that is the question!
AN#50-I – Math Reminder for electrochemists: I. The simplicity of complex number and impedance diagrams
AN#50-II – Math Reminder for electrochemists: II. The simplicity of Laplace transform
AN#51 – Supercapacitor characterization by galvanostatic polarization method
AN#52 – UFS-SEC: the spectroElectrochemical Cell for UV-Vis, NIR and IR measurement
AN#53 – Precision and Accuracy in Coulombic Efficiency Measurements. Sample data (.mpr 16 Mo).
AN#54 – How to read EIS accuracy contour plots
AN#55 – Interpretation problems of impedance measurements made on time variant systems
AN#56 – Electrochemical reaction kinetics measurement: the Levich and Koutecký-Levich analysis tools
AN#57 – Differential Coulometry Spectroscopy (DCS)
AN#58 – Cycling battery with reference electrode by using the PAT-cell test cell
AN#59 – A full solution to address battery module/pack.
AN#60 – Distribution of Relaxation Times (DRT): an introduction
AN#61 – How to interpret lower frequencies impedance in batteries ?
AN#62 – How to measure the internal resistance of a battery using EIS ?
AN#63 – High current (DC and EIS) measurements on electrolyzer ?
AN#64 – Introducing EC-Lab® EIS quality indicators: THD, NSD and NSR.
AN#65 – THD: parameters affecting its value and comparison with other methods of linearity assessment.

AN#1 – Height tracking with the SKP370 or SKP470 module
AN#2 – SECM height relief with OSP: An application in corrosion
AN#3 – SECM height relief with OSP: an application in sensors
AN#4 – Post-treatment and optimization of area scan experiments
AN#5 – Introducing the Microscopic Image Rapid Analysis (MIRA) software
AN#6 – Advantages of the intermittent contact SECM : two examples in corrosion
AN#7 – ac-SECM to investigate battery electrode materials in non-aqueous electrolyte
AN#8 – Graphical and analysis tools in M370/M470 software
AN#9 – SKP imaging example of a corroded Zn-plated Fe sample
AN#10 – dc- and ac-SECM Measurements on Si Nanowire Arrays
AN#11 – Measurement of a nano-patterned gold sample by ic-/ac-SECM
AN#12 – 3D Map production using the 3DIsoPlot software
AN#13 – Investigation of an interdigitated array electrode using ic-SECM
AN#14 – Introduction to the Modular Map Experiment: an Interdigitated Array electrode example
AN#15 – Introduction to the USB-PIO: measuring the effect of light on a live leaf
AN#16 – Intermittent Contact (ic) SECM for relief of major topographic features
AN#17 – The use of height tracking SECM to measure mechanically exfoliated graphite

AN#18 – Achieving micron scale measurements using the SECM150

AN#19 – Investigation of the diffusion of ferricyanide through porous membranes using the SECM150

AN#1 – Electrical characterization of a ceramic with MTZ-35 and HTSH-1100 test fixture
AN#2 – Electrical conductivity of materials: Review and principles of conductivity measurement
AN#3 – Electrical conductivity of materials. Part I: Electronic conductivity measurement using DC and AC method

AN#11 – MOS-500 – ORD accessory
AN#15 – SFM-2000 series – Submicrosecond dead time determination
AN#16 – SFM-2000 series – High precision volume delivery
AN#17 – SFM-2000 series – Precise control of flow rate
AN#18 – SFM-2000 series – High precision mixing ratios
AN#19 – SFM-2000 series – Automatic concentration dependance studies
AN#20 – SFM-2000 series – Wide temperature range control
AN#21 – SFM-2000 series – Double mixing stopped-flow using interrupted flow method
AN#22 – MOS-500 – Using MOS-500 for Magnetic Circular Dichroism
AN#23 – MOS-500 – DR-CD accessory for the determination of enantiomeric ratio
AN#24 – MOS-500 – Exciton coupled circular dichroism using MOS-500
AN#25 – SFM-2000 series – Stopped-flow in cryogenic conditions
AN#26 – MOS-500 – Changing the way to do Circular Dichroism
AN#27 – μSFM – Getting the most from a 50 μl stock of sample using the μSFM for refolding experiments
AN#28 – EkkO – Meniscus and beam position effects on measurement stability
AN#29 – EkkO – Evaporation Effects on Measurement Stability

AN#1 – The advantages of using green light to follow fluorescence changes.
AN#2 – Cyclic and linear eletron flow in plants revealed by JTS-10 spectrometer.
AN#3 – Cyclic electron flow in C3 plants