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EC-Lab demo/freeware v11.21
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  • If you have some problems with software download (especially with IE browser), please download (save) the software first, then open it and launch it directly from the download folder.
  • – Compatible with Windows XP© (SP3), 7, 8 (32 or 64 bits), 10 (32 or 64 bits).
  • This version is installed in two different folders due to administration authorization. the installation has to be done by the administrator. A part of the program is installed in “Program files” where only the administrator of the computer can write while the other part is installed in the “Documents” folder of the Windows session user. if several users access the computer this second part has to be duplicated in every Windows users sessions in the same “documents” folder.
  • The setup program installs the PDF files into the “./Manual” folder (“.” being the directory where the EC-Lab has been installed). Then the manual can be opened directly or with EC-Lab through the menu : “?, Manual”.

AN#4-Potentiostat stability mystery explained
AN#5-Precautions for good impedance measurements
AN#6-Constant power technique (updated November 5, 2010)
AN#8-Impedance, admittance, Nyquist, Bode, Black, etc…
AN#9-Linear vs. non linear systems in impedance measurements
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#19-EIS measurements with multisine
AN#20-Pseudo capacitance calculation (updated December 9, 2010)
AN#21-Measurements of the double layer capacitance
AN#23-EIS measurements on Li-ion batteries-EC-Lab software parameters adjustment (updated December 9, 2010)
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#33-Supercapacitors investigations-Part I: Charge/discharge cycling (updated August 28, 2012)
AN#34-Supercapacitors investigations-Part II: Time constant determination (updated May 2, 2014)
AN#38-Dynamic resistance determination. A relation between AC and DC measurements?
AN#40-Differential (Incremental) Capacity Analysis
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#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-(.pdf 597 Ko)
AN#53 – Precision and Accuracy in Coulombic Efficiency Measurements (.pdf 654 Ko). 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#61 – How to interpret lower frequencies impedance in batteries ?
AN#62 – How to measure the internal resistance of a battery using EIS ?

WP#1  – Studying batteries with Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)