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Portable potentiostat

In some cases you want to carry out your measurements in the field, in several places and have results available immediately. That is why PalmSens has developed a portable battery-powered potentiostat and a USB-powered potentiostat that you can connect directly to your phone.

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Impedance analyzer

An impedance analyzer is a device that can measure how a particular substance or electrode surface responds to a a potential that is constantly increased and decreased within certain predefined limits (a potential wave).

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Galvanostat

If you want to apply a current to a liquid, such as mercury, and want to observe the change of potential, you need a device that can control the former and measure the latter. Such a device is called a galvanostat.

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EIS Analyzer

An EIS Analyzer is a device that can measure how a particular substance or electrode surface responds to a a potential that is constantly increased and decreased within certain predefined limits (a potential wave).

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Economical Potentiostat

If you want to do electrochemical measurements with a specific purpose in mind, you may need an economically priced potentiostat. Palmsens has several attractively priced instruments for you.

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History of the potentiostat

Knowing the history of a device is helpful to understand certain terminologies or identify obsolete parts of a device that are still used because this is how it was always done.

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Article Ohm’s law

Potentiostat

An electronic device that measures and controls the potential (or voltage) difference between two electrodes is called a potentiostat.

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