Our Forward-Thinking Hardware and Intuitive Software Can Handle Practically Any Kind Electrochemical Measurement 

Admiral Instruments constantly reads new publications and interviews industry experts to keep up with research trends taking place in a wide variety of application areas.


Below is a summary of the different application areas our electrochemistry instruments and related accessories are best suited for.


We encourage you to contact us after reviewing your application areas of interest so we may discuss the best equipment configuration for your particular research needs and projects.

Common Areas of Study

  • Analytical Chemistry

  • Wastewater Analysis

  • Environmental Analysis

  • Medical Research

  • Biological Research

  • Classroom Demonstrations

Frequently Used Methods

  • Cyclic Voltammetry

  • Square Wave Voltammetry

  • Chronoamperometry

  • Chronopotentiometry

  • Rotating Disk Electrode Experiments

  • Rotating Ring Disk Electrode Experiments

  • Polarography

  • Coulometry

General Electrochemistry


Performing standard electrochemistry measurements, studies on analytes, ion determination, analytical chemistry, electrochemical cell characterization & modeling, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry and determination of redox potentials fall into this category. Cyclic voltammetry, square wave voltammetry, potentiometry and coulometry are just a few of the methods to be mentioned when it comes to electrochemical analytics. Samples of organic and inorganic chemistry can be evaluated by these techniques in order to gain insight into their composition and the quantity of specific redox active species.

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Energy Storage & Conversion Systems


Research on batteries, fuel cells, electrolysis cells and supercapacitors fall into this application category. Determination of State-of-Charge/State-of-Health (SOC/SOH) and of current and power density are performed on a routine basis using AC and DC measurement methods. Recording true parallel Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) data of stacked cells is of prime importance. Solar induced hydrogen production, water splitting, and artificial photosynthesis are also areas where our selection of products can be used to help develop the new generation of energy storage and conversion systems worldwide.

Frequently Used Methods

  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • True Parallel EIS (max. 17 channels per unit)

  • Multichannel Sequential EIS

  • Battery Cycling Combined with EIS

  • I/E Curves

  • Cyclic Voltammetry


  • Current Density Curves

  • Power Density Curves

  • Equivalent Circuit Modeling and Simulation

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Common Areas of Study

  • Battery Cell Research

  • Fuel Cell & Electrolysis Cell Research

  • Electric Vehicles & Mobility

  • Battery Reuse Characterization

  • Solar Fuels

  • Artificial Photosynthesis

  • Hydrogen Production

  • Water Splitting

  • Photocatalysis

Solar Cell Research & Optimization


Zahner's CIMPS and QE/IPCE workstations, which utilize a combination of a Zennium workstation and external potentiostat powering a lightsource, are well-known within the solar PV research community as among the best equipment available to carry out the investigation of silicon solar cells (SC), dye sensitized SC, perovskite SC, Grätzel SC, organic photovoltaics (OPV), and other photoactive devices such as photo sensors. Determining power conversion efficiency, incident-photon-to-current-conversion efficiency IPCE, fill factor and charge extraction are common methods that can be run easily and reliably with our equipment. 

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Corrosion Monitoring & Prevention


Corrosion is one of most prominent phenomena dealing with the aging of materials. In many brachnes of industry and science, corrosion plays a subtle yet key role affecting processes ranging from the moving parts of complicated mechanical systems or the packaging of food. Research on steel, concrete, and corrosion under environmental conditions, aging of metal surfaces, aging of coatings and lacquers, and research on alloys are of interest to professionals in this field. The development of foils, lacquers, and laminates with the ability to protect sensitive goods against unwanted environmental impacts is important as well.

Frequently Used Methods

  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • Multichannel Sequential EIS

  • Electrochemical Noise Test

  • Correlated Two Electrode I/V Noise Test

  • Relaxation Voltammetry

  • Equivalent Circuit Modeling & Simulation

  • AC-DC-AC Corrosion Simulation Method

  • Delamination Test

  • D-layer Test

  • Surface Stability Analysis

  • RDE & RRDE Experiments

Photo-Electrochemical Systems


Photo-electrochemistry covers many areas where photons comprise the fundamental functionality within a device or system, either through the emission or absorption of them (or both). New materials are developed all the time to harness the value of photo-electrochemical principals. Liquid crystalline displays (LCDs), light emitting diodes (LEDs), and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), all examples of such technologies, can be deeply investigated using products within our portfolio. Other types of light-emitting electrochemical cells (LECs) are being optimized for reduced energy consumption as well.

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Sensor Development & Calibration


A majority of sensors, regardless of industry application, rely upon detection of an electrical or electrochemical signal triggered by a reaction or change of state of some kind. Instruments capable of measuring changes in current down to picoamp levels, or even as low as attoamp levels, are oftentimes necessary to develop and calibrate sensing elements. Admiral Instruments carries multiple electrochemical workstations and accessories that are well-suited for sensor optimization. Additionally, our potentiostats can be used in conjunction with a variety of sensing elements to function as the detector itself.

Common Areas of Study

  • Analytical Chemistry

  • Biochemistry Research

  • Environmental Monitoring

  • Medical Device Development

  • Analyte Detection

  • Protein Classification

Frequently Used Methods

  • Cyclic Voltammetry

  • Chronoamperometry

  • Chronopotentiometry

  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • Electrochemical Noise Test

  • Coulometry

  • Equivalent Circuit Modeling & Simulation

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Frequently Used Methods

  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • Spectral Resolved Transmittance / Absorbance

  • Absorbance Spectroscopy vs. Voltage, Current

  • Photocurrent Spectroscopy (PCS)

  • Quantum Efficiency (QE)

  • Incident Photon-to-Current Efficiency (IPCE)

  • Fast Light Intensity Transients: Photocurrent & Photovoltage Response (FIT)

  • AM1.5 Solar Simulation

Common Areas of Study

  • Silicon Photovoltaics

  • Dye-Sensitized Cells

  • Perovskite Solar Cells

  • Cadmium Telluride Cells

  • Copper Indium Gallium Selenide

  • Polycrystalline Photovoltaics

Common Areas of Study

  • Foils & Laminates

  • Materials Coatings

  • Corrosion Protection & Prevention

  • Food & Beverage Packaging

  • Automotive Industries

  • Aviation Industries

  • Infrastructure Repair

Common Areas of Study

  • Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)

  • Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)

  • Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

  • E-ink, E-paper

  • Smart Windows & Smart Mirrors

  • Other Electrochromic Systems

  • Displays, E-readers

  • Consumer Electronics

Frequently Used Methods

  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • Spectral Resolved Transmittance / Absorbance

  • Absorbance Spectroscopy vs. Voltage, Current, or Time

  • User-defined Script Controlled Electrochemical Absorbance Spectra

  • Dynamic Transmittance / Reflectance (OIS)

  • Synchronous Multi Spectral Dynamic Transmittance / Reflectance with Parallel EIS

  • Light Emission Voltage / Current Testing (PVI)

  • Fast Light Intensity Transients

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