Gamry's Echem News - Our quarterly newsletter.
Posted by gamry on March 5, 2018
Gamry Winter 2017 eChem News includes new Technical note "Bipotentiostat Installation and Setup" and new video "Create a Bipotentiostat with two Gamry Potentiostats"
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Posted by gamry on November 27, 2017
Gamry Fall 2017 eChem News includes new application note "Introduction to Non-standard Charge-discharge Cycle Tests" and new White Paper "Getting Started with Electrochemical Corrosion Measurement"
Posted by gamry on August 24, 2017
Gamry eChem Newsletter Summer 2017 includes article on the Gamry Difference with the Interface 1010 Potentiostat and new Application Note "High-current Pulses for Battery Research".
Posted by gamry on May 30, 2017
Echem Spring 2017 Includes news on the Laboratory Course in Electrochemisry, PSU annual Corrosion Short Course, Upcoming Events, new tools and tips
Posted by gamry on January 26, 2017
Echem News Winter 2016 includes info on the updated Basics of EIS application note, Upcoming Events, articles from the Literature Database and Gamry Reviews
Posted by gamry on October 20, 2016
Echem Fall 2016 Includes news on the newly redesigned Gamry website, Upcoming Events, new Reference Electrode Conversion Calculator and application note "Waveform Generation and Frequency Resolution"
Posted by gamry on July 21, 2016
Echem Summer 2016 Includes new electrochemistry accessories from Gamry, Upcoming ACS Falll 2016 event, Electrochemistry Short Course CWRU, Article highlight from the Journal of membrane Science
Posted by gamry on April 25, 2016
Echem Spring 2016 Includes new Gamry Partnership with Protochips, Annual Corrosion Short Course-Pennn State University, Calendar of upcoming events
Posted by gamry on February 1, 2016
Echem Winter 2015 highlights a new Application Note on Tracking Biofilm formation, Upcoming Shows & Conferences, Gamry's Webinar EIS and its Applications to Battery Analysis and the 2016 EIS Short Course
Posted by gamry on November 16, 2015
Echem News Fall 2015 features the introduction of the New Interface 5000 Potentiostat