Liquid conductivity

Liquid conductivity consists of a measure of the conductivity of a liquid (ionic liquid, aqueous solution,…) using impedance spectroscopy technique. This measurement is temperature dependent and is performed in a cell with a known constant.

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  • MCS 10

    MCS 10

    µS to S from -40 °C to +150 °C

    Based on our expertise in impedance spectroscopy, Bio-Logic has developed the MCS 10, a unique integration of a frequency response analyzer and a temperature control unit, enabling mutli-sampling at various temperatures.

    Conductivity ranges: 6 ranges from 2 μS/cm to 0.2 S/cm
    Temperature range: -40 °C to +150 °C
    Temperature Accuracy: +/-0.2% (typ.) +/-0.1 °C
    Number of samples:10 slots for 12 mm vials
    Computer connection: USB 2.0
    Cell type: Parallel plates platinized platinum on glass holder (x10)

  • MTZ-35

    MTZ-35

    Exploring new frontiers of impedance testing

    The Bio-Logic MTZ-35 impedance analyzer has the specifications and features required to address the broad scope of applications in the materials research field.

    Frequency Range: 10 μHz to 35 MHz
    Voltage range DC: ±100 μV to ±10 V
    Voltage range AC: 100 μV to 10 V

    Measurement range
    Inductance: 10 nH to 10 kH
    Capacitance: 1 pF to 1000 μF
    Resistance: 1 mΩ to 500 MΩ
    Basic accuracy: 0.1%