NOC:Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy


Lecture 1 - Electrochemistry, double layer, 3 electrode systems, supporting electrolyte


Lecture 2 - Rate constant, concept of impedance, Z of electrical elements, differential impedance


Lecture 3 - Time domain results


Lecture 4 - Graphical representation of data (Complex plane, Bode)


Lecture 5 - Introduction to other techniques


Lecture 6 - Tutorial 01


Lecture 7 - Type of analyzers, single and multi sine


Lecture 8 - FFT details, frequency range and resolution, cross correlation


Lecture 9 - Multi sine, odd harmonic, non-harmonics, crest factor, spectral leakage


Lecture 10 - Windowing


Lecture 11 - Tutorial 02


Lecture 12 - Introduction to KKT


Lecture 13 - Linearity, causality, stability, impedance vs. admittance, measurement model


Lecture 14 - Linear KKT illustration


Lecture 15 - Tutorial 03


Lecture 16 - Introduction to EEC, Choice of circuits, confidence intervals, AIC


Lecture 17 - EEC fitting, initial values, distinguishability


Lecture 18 - Zero/pole representation, Rt and Rp


Lecture 19 - Maxwell, Voigt, Ladder circuits, choice of initial values illustrated


Lecture 20 - Tutorial 04


Lecture 21 - Simple electron transfer reaction


Lecture 22 - Two step reaction with an intermediate (1 of 3)


Lecture 23 - Two step reaction with an intermediate (2 of 3)


Lecture 24 - Two step reaction with an intermediate (3 of 3)


Lecture 25 - E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (1 of 2)


Lecture 26 - E-EAR reaction, negative resistance (2 of 2)


Lecture 27 - Three step reaction with two adsorbed intermediates


Lecture 28 - Catalytic mechanism


Lecture 29 - Examples with Frumkin or Temkin isotherms


Lecture 30 - Challenges in RMA


Lecture 31 - Patterns Reported in Experiments


Lecture 32 - Warburg part - 1


Lecture 33 - Warburg part - 2


Lecture 34 - Warburg part - 3


Lecture 35 - Bounded Warburg


Lecture 36 - CPE


Lecture 37 - Porous electrodes


Lecture 38 - Films, PDM


Lecture 39 - PDM


Lecture 40 - Applications


Lecture 41 - NLEIS. Introduction and mathematical background


Lecture 42 - Electron Transfer reaction


Lecture 43 - Two step reaction


Lecture 44 - Two step reaction (Continued...)


Lecture 45 - Rt and Rp estimation


Lecture 46 - Galvanostatic simulations


Lecture 47 - Instabilities


Lecture 48 - Solution resistance effects


Lecture 49 - Detection on nonlinearities using KKT


Lecture 50 - Frumkin and Temkin isotherms


Lecture 51 - NLEIS Experimental aspects. FFT, PSD, THD


Lecture 52 - Application - other techniques HA, EFM