Echem Newsletter - Fall 2016

Posted by gamry on October 20, 2016

We've got a new look
Our new website launched mid-September with a ground-breaking potentiostat selection tool designed to help you find the right instrument for your application. Now, when contacting one of our team, you can have a better idea which instrument will work best for your research.
 
At Gamry we continue to focus on you, our customer, and constantly challenge ourselves to deliver innovative, reliable instrumentation. We will continue to look for new ways to maintain our leadership position in the industry and on the internet. 
 
Check out our new website and come back often to see additional tools and features.
Upcoming Events
MRS Fall 2016 - Boston_ MA
When:
Tuesday, November 29 - 11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 30 - 11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, December 1 - 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Where
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
 
We will be at booth 804 and look forward to seeing you in Boston.
New Online Reference Electrode Conversion Calculator

Gamry Instruments is pleased to announce a new tool to help researchers get the most value from their data. This new 
calculator converts potentials recorded using one reference electrode into potentials recorded using a different reference electrode. 
 
This tool can be used to compare data from other research or to convert the potential data into a more commonly used reference electrode.  And, it includes most readily available reference electrodes as well as some less common electrodes for comparison.
 
We hope you will take a few minutes to review this new electrochemical research tool.
Literature Highlight

The latest Application Note to be added to our Impedance Spectroscopy category is Waveform Generation and Frequency Resolution. 
 
Influence of clock frequency on waveform generation.
This Technical Note outlines how AC signals are generated with a potentiostat. Further, the term "frequency resolution" is discussed which is often mentioned in specification sheets for potentiostats. But what exactly does this term describe and how meaningful is this parameter?