Electrochemical Noise Analysis

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Electrochemical Noise

 

Electrochemical noise is  naturally generated during corrosion of metals and can be easily measured using commercially available potentiostats  and zero resistance ammeters, without introducing any perturbation to the corroding surface. The measured electrochemical noise can be then analysed to provide invaluable information on the corrosion process.

The new electrochemical noise analysis software, ECN Analysis 1.0, provides a cutting edge tool to analyse the electrochemical noise data both by statistical methods and Fast Fourier Transform to obtain the time evolution of noise impedance, noise resistance, charge and frequency of corrosion events.

ECN Analysis Version 1.0
ECN File converter Version 1.0

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ECN analysis software 1.0 is a simple and user friendly analysis tool. It uses both statistical methods and FFT to obtain the time evolution of noise impedance, noise resistance, charge and frequency of corrosion events.

The new version of ECN Analysis software 1.0 is currently being tested by the ECN Team and will be released very soon.

The ECN file converter software allows the user to convert different type of files generated by different types of electrochemical setups. It converts different types of files to a standard format, which can then be processed by ECN processing software providing a graphical preview of Noise Potential and  Noise Current. The conversion is loss less.

If you want to learn more about ECN Analysis 1.0 or if you have any questions regarding electrochemical noise analysis, please  use our discussion forum. You need to register with a valid username & password.  A valid email is also required. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email, click the link in the email to activate your account.

If you want to learn more about the details of ECN Analysis 1.0 software, why not visit our online help !.

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