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 APPLICATION NOTES

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Practical works

Explanations about standard methods, such as CV, CA, CP, Staircase, Interactive and so on


Cyclic Voltammetry application notes
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Cyclic Voltammetry (CV) 4 limits

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

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advanced cyclic voltammetry application note
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Advanced Cyclic Voltammetry

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

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interactive cyclic voltammetry
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Interactive Cyclic Voltammetry

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

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interactive amperometry application note
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Interactive Amperometry

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

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staircase voltammetry
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Staircase Voltammetry

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

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chrono amperometry expert application note
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Chrono Amperometry Expert

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

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chrono potentiometry expert application note
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Chrono Potentiometry Expert

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

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levich study application note
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Levich Study (RDE)

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

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pot dynamic eis application note
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Pot. Dynamic EIS

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

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differential pulse application note
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Differential Pulse (DPV)

Learn the Differential Pulse (DPV) method.

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reference electrode verification application note
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Reference electrode verification

Learn here how to test your reference electrode.

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glassy carbon tip activation application note
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Glassy carbon tip activation

Learn here how to activate ta Glassy Carbon working electrode

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ir compensation application note
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iR compensation

Learn here how to compensate the resistances of the cables to get more accurate data.

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bipotentiostat application note
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Bipotentiostat

Learn here how to configure bipotentiostat with OrigaFlex range.

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integration on voltametric curves application note
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Integration on Voltametric curves

Learn here how to analyze the integration on voltametric curves.

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origaswitch application note
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OrigaSwitch

Learn here how to use the foot switch to start and stop the rotation of the RDE from OrigaLys: OrigaTrod.

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permeation hydrogen application note
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Permeation Hydrogen

Learn here how to study the diffusion of hydrogen through metallic materials. This phenomenon is known as hydrogen permeation (HPF).

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Explanations about Battery methods


expert charge and discharge cycle application note
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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.

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single charge or discharge application notes
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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.

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constant power application note
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Constant Power

This Application Note describes about a very useful method for testing batteries in long or short term. The power of battery will be kept constant by imposing current and measuring potential during time. Changing the potential and current of the battery, will be investigated.

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photovoltaic solar cell application note
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Photovoltaic - Solar Cell                       

This Application Note describes how we can analyze behavior of solar cell with photovoltaic method and accessories : LED optical bench and OCP/Impedance methods. 

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electrodes comparison application note
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2 or 4 electrodes - Comparison                       

This Application Note describes the differences between measurement in 2 electrode mode and 4 electrode mode. 

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i-v characterisation application note
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I-V Characterisation

This Application Note describes how to analyze solar cells with IV Characterization method and LED light sources. 

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origadiff application note
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OrigaDiff - Differential Amplifier

This Application Note describes how to use the OrigDiff to measure two additionnal voltages (REF3 & REF4) in a cell. 

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mott-schottky on solar cell application note
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Mott-Schottky on Solar cell

This Application Note describes a test made on solar cell with LED light source.

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gitt on li-ion battery application note
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GITT on Li-ion battery

This Application Note describes the use of GITT method to export quantitative and qualitative data.

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Explanations about Corrosion methods, such as Tafel, Rp or Evans


polarization for corrosion application note
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Polarization for Corrosion (Tafel)

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

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general corrosion application note
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General Corrosion (Rp)

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

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coupled corrosion application note
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Coupled Corrosion (Evans)

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

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Explanations about electrochemical vocabulary or some tips about the accessories or instruments


electrochemical vocabulary application note
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Electrochemical vocabulary

Learn the basic vocabulary of electrochemical field.

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how to check electrode cables application note
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How to check the electrode cables

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

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parameters electrochemical application note
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Parameters

Learn how to set the optimal parameters to get the perfect curve.

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deal with noise electochemistry application note
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How to deal with noise

Learn how to understand what a noisy signal is and how to avoid it by easy tricks and also by software parameters.

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create multi-method sequence application note
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How to create multi-method sequence

Learn how to create different configuration of sequences: different methods, same methods with same parameters, manual loops, same methods with different parameters, and so on.

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stabilization working electrode in electrochemical analysis
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Stabilization of Working Electrode in Electrochemical Analysis

It is highly important to stabilize the working electrode to get the most accurate result possible. Learn how to do it in this application note.

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axis customization application note
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Axis customization, creation of curve types

With "custom type" window, it is possible to customize the axes of a curve and so create your own profile of curve, your own "type" of curve. Learn how to do it with the application note.

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auto ranging delay application note
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Auto ranging delay

This option is a very important one for the low scan rates. Learn here how to use it.

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All our Practical works, made for Teaching purpose


Introduction to Corrosion application note
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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.

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intensity-potential curve of water application note

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)).

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intensity-potential curve of Ferri/Ferrate Cyanide application note

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)).

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galvanic corrosion application note

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.

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pitting corrosion application note

TP-4 Pitting Corrosion

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

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flade method application note

TP-5 Flade Method

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

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tafel method application note

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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