High-current Pulses for Battery Research

Introduction For those interested in determining the characteristics of batteries, especially by discharging them to see their changes in impedance, Gamry Instruments offers the Reference™ 3000 potentiostat plus our 30k Booster. This combination of instruments is useful for running stress tests on batteries, by applying rapid, high-current pulses singly or repeatedly. As a cell, we Read more about High-current Pulses for Battery Research[…]

Combine multiple potentiostats into a single system

Gamry Multichannel Potentiostat

Gamry’s multichannel potentiostat systems combine multiple research-grade instruments into a single, flexible system giving the ability to run each channel separately, in groups, or all at once. With the multichannel potentiostat you can combine up to eight Gamry potentiostats in a single system.  This flexibility allows you to pick and choose how you want your Read more about Gamry Multichannel Potentiostat[…]

Gamry to co-sponsor Corrosion Short Course 2016 with PSU

20th Annual Penn State University Corrosion Short Course

Corrosion: Fundamentals and Experimental Methods When:  June 5-10, 2016 Where: Penn State University Park Campus Registration is open for the annual Penn State University Corrosion Short Course being held at Penn State University Park Campus June 5-10th. Now in its 20th year, the course will cover the fundamentals of corrosion and various electrochemical techniques. Lectures Read more about 20th Annual Penn State University Corrosion Short Course[…]

Gamry Reference 3000 Potentiostat with 30K Booster

Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Measurement

Why Use Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Measurement? Corrosion is an electrochemical process. A broad range of electrochemical techniques have been developed specifically for corrosion measurement. Electrochemical techniques are fast. Electrochemical techniques are sensitive. Nevertheless, there are some Corrosion Engineers who don’t use electrochemical techniques…probably because they don’t understand them. Electrochemical Techniques and Corrosion Corrosion is Read more about Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Measurement[…]

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