Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy is a powerful analytical tool that simulates real-world electrochemical behaviors using multiple parameters that can be automated, providing a system of measurement and validation.
- What is EIS?
- Physical Electrochemistry and Equivalent Circuit Elements
- Common Equivalent Circuit Models
- EIS of Coated Metals
- 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.
This 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 will be presented in a four-part series, to help you gain knowledge as you read through the material.