Gamry Hosted Webinar: EIS and Its Application to Battery Analysis

Gamry is pleased to once again be presenting a webinar sponsored by PlugVolt.

This year’s webinar entitled: “Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Its Application to Battery Analysis” will be presented by Chris Beasley of Gamry Instruments.

When: Wednesday February 17, 2016
What Time: 10:00 a.m. EDT USA / 4:00 p.m. CET Europe / 10:00 p.m. China
Duration: 1 hour
Cost:  $99 (USD)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) is a well-established experimental technique that has applications in coatings, corrosion, sensors, electrochemical double layer capacitors, batteries among others. The power of EIS partly comes from its ability to access a very wide range of frequencies (typically from MHz to μHz). For batteries, parameters such as the internal resistance, electrode surface capacitance and leakage are accessible at different frequencies across the spectrum. This allows EIS to gather all the relevant information with a single measurement. In this webinar, we will briefly introduce EIS and cover its application to batteries. We will talk about how to analyze typical data and how to gather the relevant information. We will further talk about available instrumentation and their limitations.

This webinar will focus on the following key topics:

  • What is impedance spectroscopy?
  • What can impedance spectroscopy do for Battery analysis?
  • How can capacitance, internal resistance and leakage be determined using EIS?
  • What are the instrumental requirements and limits?

Presenter: Chris Beasley ~ Gamry Instruments

Chris received a BS in Chemistry from Kutztown University in 2000 and got a PhD in electrochemistry from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010. His doctoral dissertation was on using redox-active nanoparticles as supercapacitors. Chris joined Gamry Instruments in 2010.

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There is a cost of $99 (USD) for this webinar

Gamry Hosted Webinar: EIS and Its Application to Battery Analysis

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