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1. Principles of operation
1.1 Preface
1.2 The concept
2. Getting started with GPES
2.1 Recording a cyclic voltammogram with the dummy cell
2.2 The use of the Manual control window
2.3 Data manipulation of a cyclic voltammogram
2.4 Calculation of a corrosion rate
2.5 Noise reduction
2.6 Data analysis with Chrono-amperometry
2.7 Data analysis with differential pulse voltammetry
2.8 Analysis of Electro Chemical Noise
2.9 iR-compensation
2.10 Detection of noise problems
3. The GPES windows
3.1 GPES Manager window
File menu
Method
Utilities
Project
Options
Window
Help
Tool bar
3.2 Status bar
3.3 Manual control window
Current range
Settings
Potential
Noise meters
iR-compensation
Integrator
Filter panel
3.4 Data presentation window
File
Copy
Plot
Analysis
Edit data
Work scan
Work potential
Editing graphical items and viewing data
3.5 Edit procedure window
3.6 Analysis results window
4. Analysis of measured data
4.1 Peak search
4.2 Chronoamperometric plot
4.3 Chronocoulometric plot
4.4 Linear regression
4.5 Integrate between markers
4.6 Wave log analysis
4.7 Tafel slope analysis
4.8 Corrosion rate
4.9 Spectral noise analysis
4.10 Find minimum and maximum
4.11 Interpolate
4.12 Transition time analysis
4.13 Fit and simulation
The simulation method
The fitting method
Elements of the Fit and Simulation Window
Fitting and simulation step by step
Fitting in more detail
Descriptions of the models
4.14 Current density
4.15 WE2 versus WE plot
4.16 Endpoint Coulometric titration
5. Editing of measured data
5.1 Smooth
5.2 Change all points
5.3 Delete points
5.4 Baseline correction
5.5 Subtract disk file
5.6 Subtraction of second signal from first signal
5.7 Derivative
5.8 Integrate
5.9 Fourier transform
5.10 Convolution techniques
Detection of overlapping peaks
Determination of formal potential and the number of electrons involved
Irreversible homogeneous reaction consuming the product of the electrode process
Investigations of factors controlling the transport to the electrode
5.12 iR drop correction
Appendix I GPES data files
Appendix II definition of procedure parameters
Appendix III Combination of GPES and FRA
Appendix IV Multichannel control
Installation and test
Program operation
Appendix V Technical specifications
Interface for mercury electrodes (IME, IME 303 and IME663)
Burettes
Hardware specifications of optional modules
SCAN-GEN: analog scan generator module
ADC750: dual channel fast ADC module
ECD: low current amplifier module
ARRAY and BIPOT: (bipotentiostat) module
FI20: filter and integrator module
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Gpes Manual 4.9

Gpes Manual 4.9

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