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This page contains resources to help answer questions about how to operate our Squidstats, Zennium Workstations, and more.
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This application note introduces the differences between using a serial connection versus a parallel connection when using Squidstats to measure interconnected electrochemical systems.
Any Squidstat potentiostat can be a very useful tool for quality control testing and to evaluate new material formulations for corrosion protection.
Application Notes & How-To Guides
EIS is a popular, powerful measurement method that can be used for anything from routine testing to cutting edge R&D of next-generation electrochemical systems.
Creating and analyzing a Tafel plot is a powerful and time-tested electrochemical testing method to obtain corrosion data and understand corrosion behaviors.
This 16-slide presentation covers key concepts about running EIS on batteries, analyzing the resulting data, and explaining the differences between EIS and traditional DC measurements.
The Z-HIT algorithm, a form of Kramers-Kronig Relations, can be used to prove the stationarity and linearity of a sample undergoing EIS and can use phase shift data to accurately reconstruct the impedance measured at any frequency.
This application note is for customers working with multiple high current battery stacks in the range of 400 Ah which require the use of high-current load banks, and parallel EIS measurements using the PAD4 add-on to the Zennium.
Modeling EIS data is fundamentally based on mathematically deriving the electrochemical behavior of individual circuit elements, and this application note introduces how to account for non-ideal components within such models.
By directly, continuously, and automatically "C"ontrolling the lightsource intensity of the Zahner "Controlled IMPS" System, users have the unique benefit of eliminating the risk of the light source not performing as calibrated.
This guide explains the fundamental aspects of defining measurement accuracy, and provides a step-by-step list of instructions for validating the DC accuracy of any potentiostat (not just Squidstats!)
Anyone who has ever wondered about the electrical engineering aspects of potentiostat design & functionality would be well-served to review this 25-slide presentation.
Cyclic Voltammetry is the defining test method potentiostats are designed to perform. There are several key considerations to understand when running CVs on samples.
Frequently Asked Questions
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