Join UMass Lowell and Pine Research Instrumentation for a FREE seminar series. The seminars will take place on three consecutive weeks (September 16, 23, and 30).
This first session will cover the theory and basics of EIS, including data validity, instrument
measurements, and techniques like Kramers-Kronig. Subsequent sessions will cover
applications, equivalent circuit modeling and fitting, and real experiments including practice, tips, and tricks for circuit fitting using Pine Research’s AfterMath software.
Learn More Here: Pine-Umass Lowell EIS Seminar 2020 – Part 1 EIS TheoryRead More
Are you looking to purchase a new potentiostat for your research lab? Whether you’re a new faculty, veteran electrochemist, graduate student, or industrial chemist, finding the right potentiostat can be difficult. Understanding specifications such as potential and current range is reasonably straight forward, but what about compliance voltage, ADC inputs, input impedance, and CMRR? Are these important? How will you know the optimal potentiostat specifications for an experiment you’ve never performed? Rest assured. In this article, we hope to debunk some of these specifications and provide you with real information you need when deciding which potentiostat to purchase.Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a range of concerns for us all.
- How am I going to continue working on my research?
- What if I need help with my data analysis while I am at home?
- How am I going to learn how to use this software when the instrument is in the lab I cannot visit?