Echem Newsletter - Fall 2018

Posted by gamry on December 6, 2018

Gamry Echem Newsletter - Fall 2018
Surface Water Structure and Hygroscopic Properties of Light Absorbing Secondary Organic Polymers
Article using the Gamry eQCM10 Quartz Crystal Microbalance
Researchers at Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo, CA used DRIFTS and QCM to study surface water structure and properties organic and organometallic polymeric particles.
February 6-7, 2019
NACE Liberty Bell
Corrosion Course
Philadelphia, PA
The LBCC is actually several independent, courses presented over the conference period. Each course is a mix of fundamental and advanced information presented from a practical point of view.
New Products from Gamry
  • EIS on up to eight cells
  • 10 µHz to 100 kHz
  • Includes 3 m cables
  • Ethernet based
  • Up to 6V per channel
Universal Battery Holder
allows connection of a large variety of batteries, from coin-sized to larger cylindrical shapes (up to 26650). Allows four-point measurements.
QCM-I Quartz Crystal Microbalance
with Impedance Measurement and Dissipation (QCM-D)
QCM-I Mini Quartz Crystal Microbalance
with Dissipation and Impedance Measurement  (QCM-D)
Risks of Using Additional Cabling
Many times we see customers adding excess cables to the ends of the cell cable without understanding the possible side effects of this action. This Technical Note will show why adding additional cabling can cause significant noise and distortion to your data.