Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
Biochemistry, microbiology and the latest achievements in electronics together account for the introduction of a technique called electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy is applied as a means to monitor the electrochemical interaction within a system. It measures the movement of current and provides insight in the chemical processes going on within said system. For example, it can count droplets of a certain constitution within fluids or give a characterization of cells. The following fields benefit from this increasingly popular technique:
Applied to biomechanical and biochemical processes, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy can be a great help to maintenance workers concerned with electrochemical applications or researchers looking into specific movements of microbiological parts. Although it is technically possible to apply electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to biological tissue, currently this is not the main purpose of this extremely helpful technique.
Ordering electrochemical impedance spectroscopy chips
Modern day chips for electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS chips) have a very refined design, allowing them to render a better measuring result. This way scientific research and development is able to move forward even faster. In order to cater even better to the wishes of the scientific community, people needing electrochemical impedance spectroscopy chips can now order them online. It is even possible to customize the dimensions and patterns of the chip, so that it perfectly fits the customers’ needs.
Full service available
Not everyone needing such a chip in the scientific community is as technical as to succeed in building the necessary equipment to make the chip functional. That is why a full chip package is available, including measuring software and so called flow control systems. These will guarantee a well-constructed and fully functional installation for measuring current in different types of electrochemical constructs.
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