Echem Newsletter - Summer 2015

Posted by gamry on August 3, 2015

Gamry Instruments Echem Newsletter
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New Application Note
light signal focused on a DSC during IMPS/IMVS
Sketch of the light signal focused on a DSC during IMPS and IMVS
Dye Solar Cells - Part 3:
IMPS and IMVS Measurements

This application note is part 3 and addresses IMPS and IMVS experiments on dye solar cells. Theory and implementation of both techniques are explained. Data evaluation is discussed based on experiments.

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Events & Happenings
ACS Fall Meeting - Boston MA
250th American Chemical Society
National Meeting & Exposition

The 250th ACS National Meeting is being held this year at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center August 16th-18th, 2015.

Gamry will be joined by thousands of chemical professionals, educators, and students for a 5-day meeting filled with learning and
networking opportunities.
Gamry Instruments will be attending and exhibiting at the event and will be represented by Dr. Chris Beasley, Electrochemist and Sales Manager and Dr. Dominik Moosbauer, Application Specialist. The Gamry exhibit can be found at booth #1015. This year Gamry will be introducing some new electrochemical instrumentation and demonstrations. 

Register for the Event at ACS.org
Upcoming Shows & Conferences

August
September
ACS
August 16 - 20 - Boston, MA
EuroCorr
Sept 6-10,- Graz, Austria
SIBEE
Aug 17-21 - Estado de Minas Gerais, Brazil
The Battery Show
Sept 15-17 Novi, MI
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Literature Highlight
Dipole-Mediated Rectification

Dipole-Mediated Rectification of Intramolecular Photoinduced Charge Separation and Charge Recombination

Controlling charge transfer at a molecular scale is critical for efficient light harvesting, energy conversion, and nanoelectronics. Dipole-polarization electrets, the electrostatic analogue of magnets, provide a means for "steering" electron transduction via the local electric fields

 generated by their permanent electric dipoles.  

Cyclic voltammetry was conducted using the Gamry Reference 600 Potentiostat/Galvanostat/ZRA equipped with a three-electrode cell.  

Collaborators on this project include: Duoduo Bao , Srigokul Upadhyayula, Jillian M. Larsen , Bing Xia , Boriana Georgieva , Vicente Nuñez , Eli M. Espinoza , Joshua D. Hartman , Michelle Wurch , Andy Chang , Chung-Kuang Lin , Jason Larkin , Krystal Vasquez , Gregory J. O. Beran , and Valentine I. Vullev

 

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