EC-Lab demo/freeware v11.30


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Version: 11.31

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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”.

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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#6-Constant power technique (updated November 5, 2010) AN#10-Corrosion current measurement for an iron electrode in an acid solution (updated February 24, 2011) 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#26-Graphic Customization parameters (updated October 20, 2011) 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#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-(.pdf 597 Ko) AN#52-UFS-SEC: the spectroElectrochemical Cell for UV-Vis, NIR and IR measurement-( .pdf 208 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#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