You can find here some examples of applications for our electrodes and potentiostats. The application notes and the corresponding method files can be downloaded on this page.
Sensit Smart: Glucose Calibration Curve
In this application note the glucose sensitive electrodes A-AC-PAC-203-G by Z&P and the Sensit Smart are used to collect data for a calibration curve.
EmStat Pico: Embedded Electrochemistry with a Miniaturized, Software-Enabled, Potentiostat System on Module
This is an article published by Analog Devices on their website about the EmStat Pico its advantages and application examples. You can find the web version here.
Galvanic Isolation in Applications
A frequently asked question is “Do I need the Galvanic Isolation option?”. In this application note the term galvanic isolation is explained as well as the different options for our devices. Furthermore, common applications for galvanic isolation are presented.
OCP with MUX8-R2
The multiplexer MUX8-R2 offers the possibility to record reliable Open Circuit Potential (OCP) measurements in the Alternating mode, which allows to monitor the OCP of multiple samples / working electrodes over time with a single potentiostat. This is a significant improvement compared to its predecessors MUX8 and MUX16.
In this application note it is demonstrated how to setup and perform an OCP measurement with the MUX8-R2 in the Alternating mode.
Measuring Naphthol with carbon electrodes (IS-1)
The screen printed carbon electrodes by ItalSens IS-1 have been characterized by measuring naphthol, but can also be used for quantification of naphthol.
Mercury Analysis using ItalSens gold electrodes (IS-Au)
Mercury is poisonous and present in many other metal resources. Due to mining activities it also present in ground water, rivers, lakes and oceans. Gold surfaces form alloys with mercury thus allowing stripping voltammetry.
Heavy Metal Detection in River Water using ItalSens heavy metal electrodes (IS-HM)
Heavy metals poison every year still thousands of people. Observing the quality of our drinking and food is an important application for electrochemical sensors.