Echem Newsletter - Winter 2016

Posted by gamry on January 26, 2017

New Look for Basics of EIS
All new basics of eis
Gamry Instruments Echem Newsletter Winter 2016
We've taken our most popular Application Note, The Basics of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, and revised it into a new 'easy-to-read' resource for researchers, academics and professionals.
 
The newly designed reference guide is a primer on EIS and includes descriptions, formulas, and data presentations to get you started on building your knowledge of this useful research tool. The information is being presented in a four-part series, to help you gain knowledge as you read through the material.
Parts 1, 2 & 3 are available.  Download your copies now.
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Upcoming Events

EIS  29th Annual Short Course
When
April 24-28, 2017
 
Where
Houston, TX
 
For more information and to register, please visit EISCourse.com
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Literature Highlight 

The article "Analysis of the effect of formation potential on the electrochemical response of doped titanium oxides" is now available.
 
Abstract:
 
The electrochemical and semiconductor behavior of oxides of pure Ti and two Ti-based binary alloys, Ti99Sn1 and Ti99Cr1, were investigated using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), Mott-Schottky analysis, intensity modulated photocurrent spectroscopy (IMPS), and potentiodynamic polarization in order to understand differences in measured oxygen reduction catalytic activity with the goal of suppressing the capability of titanium to drive galvanic corrosion......
Gamry Instruments Review
Gamry is pleased to partner with Select Science in showcasing our products, application notes and news.
 
In addition, we are excited about the great reviews we have received on their website and wanted to share one in particular with you:
 
Product Name: Reference 600+ Potentiostat
Ease of use: 5
After sales service: 5
Value for money: 5
Overall rating: 5.0
Comments: Historically we only leveraged coupon testing. I came in contact with the Gamry equipment after following a Penn State corrosion short course. I leveraged a nearby corrosion lab to generate some results and concluded a few months later this equipment is definately the right capability for my needs of fast and predictive corrosion understanding. The order and set up in our lab went really smooth and happened in partnership with the vendor over a 3 days training. Following the training the supplier offered a question and answer period of two weeks to ensure all went fine, and I submitted a few questions and received great help. Given the great partnership with the vendor the implementation, ease of use and after sales support turned out to be most succesful. I wish I had bought and implemented it earlier.