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1Detailed SyllabusDownload
2Electrochemistry, double layer, 3 electrode systems, supporting electrolyteDownload
3Rate constant, concept of impedance, Z of electrical elements, differential impedanceDownload
4Time domain resultsDownload
5Graphical representation of data (Complex plane, Bode)Download
6Introduction to other techniquesDownload
7Tutorial 01Download
8Type of analyzers, single and multi sineDownload
9FFT details, frequency range and resolution, cross correlationDownload
10Multi sine, odd harmonic, non-harmonics, crest factor, spectral leakageDownload
11WindowingDownload
12Tutorial 02Download
13Introduction to KKTDownload
14Linearity, causality, stability, impedance vs. admittance, measurement modelDownload
15Linear KKT illustrationDownload
16Tutorial 03Download
17Introduction to EEC, Choice of circuits, confidence intervals, AICDownload
18EEC fitting, initial values, distinguishabilityDownload
19Zero/pole representation, Rt and RpDownload
20Maxwell, Voigt, Ladder circuits, choice of initial values illustratedDownload
21Tutorial 04Download
22Simple electron transfer reactionDownload
23Two step reaction with an intermediate (1 of 3)Download
24Two step reaction with an intermediate (2 of 3)Download
25Two step reaction with an intermediate (3 of 3)Download
26E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (1 of 2)Download
27E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (2 of 2)Download
28Three step reaction with two adsorbed intermediatesDownload
29Catalytic mechanism.Download
30Examples with Frumkin or Temkin isothermsDownload
31Challenges in RMADownload
32Patterns Reported in ExperimentsDownload
33Warburg part 1Download
34Warburg part 2Download
35Warburg part 3Download
36Bounded WarburgDownload
37CPEDownload
38Porous electrodesDownload
39Films, PDMDownload
40PDM.Download
41ApplicationsDownload
42NLEIS. Introduction and mathematical backgroundDownload
43Electron Transfer reaction.Download
44Two step reaction.Download
45Two step reaction (continued)Download
46Rt and Rp estimationDownload
47Galvanostatic simulationsDownload
48InstabilitiesDownload
49Solution resistance effectsDownload
50Detection on nonlinearities using KKTDownload
51Frumkin and Temkin isothermsDownload
52NLEIS Experimental aspects. FFT, PSD, THDDownload
53Application - other techniques HA, EFMDownload

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1Detailed SyllabusPDF unavailable
2Electrochemistry, double layer, 3 electrode systems, supporting electrolyteDownload
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3Rate constant, concept of impedance, Z of electrical elements, differential impedanceDownload
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4Time domain resultsDownload
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5Graphical representation of data (Complex plane, Bode)Download
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6Introduction to other techniquesDownload
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7Tutorial 01Download
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8Type of analyzers, single and multi sineDownload
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9FFT details, frequency range and resolution, cross correlationDownload
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10Multi sine, odd harmonic, non-harmonics, crest factor, spectral leakageDownload
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11WindowingDownload
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12Tutorial 02Download
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13Introduction to KKTDownload
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14Linearity, causality, stability, impedance vs. admittance, measurement modelDownload
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15Linear KKT illustrationDownload
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16Tutorial 03Download
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17Introduction to EEC, Choice of circuits, confidence intervals, AICDownload
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18EEC fitting, initial values, distinguishabilityDownload
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19Zero/pole representation, Rt and RpDownload
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20Maxwell, Voigt, Ladder circuits, choice of initial values illustratedDownload
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21Tutorial 04Download
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22Simple electron transfer reactionDownload
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23Two step reaction with an intermediate (1 of 3)Download
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24Two step reaction with an intermediate (2 of 3)Download
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25Two step reaction with an intermediate (3 of 3)Download
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26E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (1 of 2)Download
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27E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (2 of 2)Download
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28Three step reaction with two adsorbed intermediatesDownload
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29Catalytic mechanism.Download
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30Examples with Frumkin or Temkin isothermsDownload
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31Challenges in RMADownload
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32Patterns Reported in ExperimentsDownload
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33Warburg part 1Download
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34Warburg part 2Download
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35Warburg part 3Download
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36Bounded WarburgDownload
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37CPEDownload
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38Porous electrodesDownload
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39Films, PDMDownload
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40PDM.Download
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41ApplicationsDownload
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42NLEIS. Introduction and mathematical backgroundDownload
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43Electron Transfer reaction.Download
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44Two step reaction.Download
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45Two step reaction (continued)Download
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46Rt and Rp estimationDownload
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47Galvanostatic simulationsDownload
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48InstabilitiesDownload
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49Solution resistance effectsDownload
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50Detection on nonlinearities using KKTDownload
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51Frumkin and Temkin isothermsDownload
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52NLEIS Experimental aspects. FFT, PSD, THDDownload
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53Application - other techniques HA, EFMDownload
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