Gamry Instruments has taken one of their most popular Application Notes, The Basics of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, and revised it into a new easy-to-read resource for researchers, academics and professionals. 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 Read more about Basics of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy[…]
Some of the most common technical questions we hear have to do with iR compensation —
- Where does uncompensated iR come from?
- Do I need to use iR compensation with my experiment?
- How should I set up the iR compensation parameters?
- Why doesn’t iR compensation work on my system?
In this post we’ll attempt to answer these questions and to give you a basic understanding of iR compensation.