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Interested in Electrochemistry?

Jan 14 2020 Read 636 Times

New for 2020, Metrohm UK are launching new courses to provide you with an Introduction to Electrochemistry.  The first one day course will include basic theory and techniques, experimental design, interpretation of data and trouble shooting.  Ideal for those new to Electrochemistry with little previous experience of the techniques and the theory. 

Along with this, Metrohm UK are offering a separate one day course which introduces you to electrochemistry impedance spectroscopy (EIS). This will include the theory of EIS, how to run and design your experiment and an insight into how to interpret data using equivalent circuit models.

Courses will cover a range of topics from the theoretical components to analysis. Attendees will also get practical hands-on experience with the techniques.

Introduction to Electrochemistry will be held at Metrohm UK, Cheshire on 15th July 2020

Introduction to Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy will be held at Metrohm UK, Cheshire on 16th July 2020.

Metrohm UK’s ever-popular NOVA workshops will also be running throughout the year in various locations. NOVA workshops provide a general introduction to the software giving hints and tips for analysing and managing data and provide an introduction to EIS measurements and equivalent circuit fitting. 

For further information please click here.

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