Electrochemistry’s goal is to analyse chemical phenomena arising from exchanges of electrical energy. Our instruments are performance driven, designed to address the needs of today’s varied electrochemical applications : corrosion, energy Storage, nanotechnology, sensors, research Electrochemistry, surface Imaging and Scanning…
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Princeton Applied Research and MACCOR have come together to offer you the best battery cyclers in the market, integrating electrochemical impedance measurements. EIS measures provide access to data that will help you improve your products: > State of Charge (SoC) > State of Life (SoH) > Series Resistance Equivalent (SRE) > The basic research on the development of anodes and cathodes
Discover also our electrochemistry equipments as portable potentiostats, mono channel potentiostats and galvanostats, electrochemical scanning station and multi-channel potentiostats and galvanostats.
Electrochemistry is the scientific discipline that deals with the relationship between chemistry and electricity. It describes chemical phenomena coupled with reciprocal exchanges of electrical energy. Electrochemistry includes all technologies and techniques derived from its scientific work: - Electrolysis - Cells - Batteries - Electroplating In addition, electrochemistry is concerned with heterogeneous systems comprising at both ends electronic conductive materials (metal, carbon, etc.) and, between these two conductors, at least one ionic conductive material (liquid or gelled electrolyte, molten salt, etc.). HTDS offers you the tools of world leaders Princeton Applied Research and Solatron Analytical. For the choice of your instrument several elements must be taken into account: Application - EIS study, Electrodeposition study, Nanomaterial study Key Specifications - Compliance voltage/ current/ polarization, current/ voltage resolution, frequencies for EIS, impedance Our specialized engineers are there to guide you to choose your instrument according to your applications and budget-
HTDS offers contol and analysis software for Princeton Applied Research and Solartron instruments. For Princeton Applied Research, Versastudio (free) and PowerSuite (Power CV, PowerStep, PowerCorr and PowerPulse) will allow you to understand most of your electrochemical experiments. For Solartron solutions, ZPlot and MultiStat software adapt to the needs of your experiments or you can use the free software SMART, Modulab ECS, Modulab MTS for instrument control.