Gamry Instruments Inc. design and manufacture the Reference™ 600, Reference 3000, Interface 1000 Potentiostats.
The choice of potentiostat is usually based on the maximum and/or minimum level of current expected in the experiments.
Gamry Potentiostats can function as a potentiostat, a galvanostat, or a Zero Resistance Ammeter (ZRA). All Gamry Potentiostats include (as standard) hardware capable of performing electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS).
Gamry Potentiostats electrically fully float, allowing electrochemical experiments with grounded samples such as pressure vessels.
Gamry’s eQCM 10M is a rapid, impedance-scanning electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (EQCM). The EQCM adds a valuable tool in the analytical toolbox of any user investigating interfacial processes. Corrosion, ion intercalation, ion adsorption, polymer growth, and sensor binding events are all interfacial processes that produce mass changes. These mass changes can be measured by monitoring the resonant frequencies of an oscillating quartz crystal.
Spectroelectrochemistry is a coupled technique combining electrochemistry and spectroscopy. Gamry’s two systems, the Spectro-115E (UV/Vis/NIR) and Spectro-115U (UV/Vis) can be combined with a Gamry potentiostat (PCI4 and newer). Each system comes with a deuterium/tungsten light source and a cell holder.
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