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 APPLICATION NOTES

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General electrochemistry
Battery
Corrosion
Basics
Practical works

Find here explanations about standard methods, such as CV, CA, CP, Staircase, Interactive and so on.

For the Experts

Advanced, it requires strong knowledge

Intermediate

Elementary, it requires basic knowledge

For the beginners


AP-GE01 Cyclic Voltammetry (CV) 4 limits

Learn how to use the CV 4 limits method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE02 Advanced Cyclic Voltammetry

Learn how to use the Advanced CV method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE03 Interactive Cyclic Voltammetry

Learn how to use the Interactive CV method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE04 Interactive Amperometry

Learn how to use Interactive Amperometry method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE05 Staircase Voltammetry

Learn how to use the Staircase method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE06 Chrono Amperometry Expert

Learn how to use the Chrono Amperometry Expert method thanks to a simple example: Ferri/Ferrate solution.

AP-GE07 Chrono Potentiometry Expert

Learn how to use the Chrono Potentiometry Expert method thanks to a capacitor 35V, 470µF.

AP-GE08 Levich Study (RDE)

Learn the Levich equation and its impact on the current in Voltammetry tests if we use a Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE).

AP-GE09 Pot. Dynamic EIS

Learn the Pot. Dynamic EIS method if we use a Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE).

AP-GE10 Differential Pulse (DPV)

Learn the Differential Pulse (DPV) method.

Find here explanations about Battery methods.

AP-B01 Expert Charge and Discharge Cycle

Learn how to use the Expert Charge and Discharge Cycle method, thanks to a standard battery: Ni-Cd 1.2 V, 600 mAh.

AP-B02 Single Charge or Discharge

Learn how to use the Expert Charge and Discharge Cycle method, thanks to a standard battery: Ni-Cd 1.2 V, 600 mAh.

Find here explanations about Corrosion methods, such as Tafel, Rp or Evans.

AP-C01 Polarization for Corrosion (Tafel)

Learn how to use the Polarization for Corrosion method and Tafel post-treatment, thanks to a standard sample: Iron nail.

AP-C02 General Corrosion (Rp)

Learn how to use the General Corrosion method to get Rp value, thanks to a standard sample: Iron nail.

AP-C03 Coupled Corrosion (Evans)

Learn how to use the Coupled Corrosion method and perfom Evans post-treatment, thanks to a standard samples: Copper and Steel.

Find here explanations about electrochemical vocabulary or some tips about the accessories or instruments.

AP-ORI01 Electrochemical vocabulary

Learn the basic vocabulary of electrochemical field.

AP-ORI02 How to check the electrode cables

Learn how to check your electrode cables to be sure it's fully operational.

Find here all the Practical works, made for Teaching purpose.

TP-0 Introduction to Corrosion

Learn how Corrosion can be analyzed with potentiostat. We propose some experiments in order to be more familiar with corrosion tests: Pitting, Galvanic, General, Passivation, etc.

TP-1 Study of the electrochemical inertia domain of the solvent

With this Practical work, we explain how the students can trace the intensity-potential curve of water (i=f(E)).

TP-2 Ferri/Ferrate Cyanide system

With this Practical work, we explain how the students can trace the intensity-potential curve of Ferri/Ferrate Cyanide (i=f(E)).

TP-3 Galvanic Corrosion

With this Practical work, we explain the principles of the Galvanic Corrosion. Then, we propose an example with Steel and Copper.

TP-4 Pitting Corrosion

With this Practical work, we explain the principles of the Pitting Corrosion. Then, we propose an example with Stainless Steel.

TP-5 Flade Method

With this Practical work, we explain the principles of the Flade method. Then, we propose an example with Iron.

TP-6 Tafel Method

With this Practical work, we explain the principles of Tafel. Then, we propose an example with Steel.

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