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Probing Redox and Swelling Properties in Electroactive Polymers

A Live Talk “Probing Redox and Swelling Properties in Electroactive Polymers” presented on June 10, 2021 hosted by Gamry Instruments and presented by Dr. Anna Österholm, Senior Research Scientist at GA Tech.

In this webinar we will be discussing how various electrochemical and spectroelectrochemical methods can be used to study the redox properties of electroactive polymers and how that influences their performance in various electrochemical devices. Special focus will be placed on how we can probe optical, electrical, and ion transport properties via in situ UV-vis-NIR, in situ conductance, and EQCM-D.


Dr. Anna Österholm is a Senior Research Scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Anna got her PhD in Analytical Chemistry in 2011 from Åbo Akademi University in Finland and has been at Georgia Tech since 2012. Her areas of expertise include electroactive polymers, electrochromism, electrochemical energy storage, polymer processing and printing, and in situ spectroelectrochemistry.