In Part 2 of our Introduction to EIS, we discuss Physical Electrochemistry and Equivalent Circuit elements.
The topics covered include:
- Electrolyte Resistance
- Double Layer Capacitance
- Polarization Resistance
- Charge Transfer Resistance
- And others
With an updated format and easy-to-reference formulas, we hope you find it a useful guide to a more in-depth look at electrochemistry.
Why learn about EIS?
- It is used in a wide range of industries and applications
- It is frequently applied to the testing and analysis of coatings, corrosion, fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, sensors and physical electrochemistry.
Look for the next installment of our series in a few weeks.
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