All new VersaSTAT potentiostats will now include 2-Amp capabilities as standard.
Benefits of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and special offers for activating the Frequency Response Analyser in the VersaSTAT series from Princeton Applied Research.
New technique from Princeton Applied Research (Ametek) for Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy without an electrochemical mediator, for corrosion research, biological studies, energy storage and more.
Visit us on the Ametek stand at EMCR 2018 electrochemistry and corrosion research conference in Cambridge on 22-27 July 2018.
All Princeton Applied Research potentiostats feature auto ranging, as well as the option to select a fixed current range. This article explains when to use auto ranging versus selecting a fixed range.
Watch the talks from our Batteries and Fuel Cells Testing Workshop at the University of Warwick.
How to set up your experiment to reduce noise and get the best quality data from your potentiostat.
Soft Probe SECM: Reactivity Imaging of Substrates with High Topography Constant Distance SECM Imaging Topographical artefacts are a common problem in constant height Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) imaging. Not all… read more →
The VersaScan VS Stylus is a constant distance SECM from Princeton Applied Research. Overcome the limitations of traditional SECM with soft probe technology.
Best practices for Li-ion battery testing. Recommended potentiostat features for testing batteries, including high voltage batteries and galvanostatic EIS methods.