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Time scan

Time scan is an electrochemical technique that can be applied with the following instruments from PalmSens: PalmSens4 EmStat4S Sensit Smart Sensit BT MultiPalmSens4 MultiEmStat4 ...

Mixed Mode (MM)

Mixed Mode (MM) is an electrochemical technique that can be applied with the following instruments from PalmSens: PalmSens4 EmStat4S MultiPalmSens4 ...

Chronopotentiometry (CP)

Chronopotentiometry (CP)is an electrochemical technique in which a controlled current, usually a constant current, is caused to flow between two electrodes; the potential of one el...

Fast Amperometry (FAM)

Fast Amperometry (FAM) is a form of amperometric detection with very high sampling rates or respectively very short interval times. Signal applied during Fast Amperometry ...

MultiStep Amperometry (MA)

MultiStep Amperometry (MA) is an electrochemical technique which simply allows the user to specify the number of potential steps they want to apply and how long each step should l...

Chronocoulometry (CC)

Chronocoulometry (CC) is an electrochemical technique that can be applied with the following instruments from PalmSens: PalmSens4 EmStat4S EmStat3 Blue Sensit Smart Sensit BT Mult...

Zero Resistance Ammeter (ZRA)

Zero Resistance Ammeter (ZRA) is an electrochemical technique that measures the current flowing through it without adding any resistance. This means the current is measured without...

Zero Resistance Ammetry

Zero Resistance Ammetry is an electrochemical technique that measures the current flowing through it without adding any resistance. This means the current is measured without the Z...

Chronoamperometry (CA)

Chronoamperometry (CA) or Amperiometric Detection is a simple, widely used electrochemical measurement technique. Many sensors, like those for glucose or oxygen, require this tech...

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