Impedance Analysis Characterization- Need help!!!

I am working on ionic conducting nanocomposites at intermediate temperature. I am in immense need of help for carrying out impedance analysis for my samples in both pellet form and thin film at temperatures upto 800 C. Moreover I assure you to give authorship in the papers. Please send me details if there are any institutes or organisation were I can pay and characterize my sample. Kindly help me.

contact me via mail at divinah@gmail.com

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Comment by Divinah Manoharan on April 17, 2012 at 6:42pm

Thank you Sundararajan.T.


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Comment by Sundararajan.T on April 17, 2012 at 4:23pm

u can do the AC Impedance analysis at NML-CSIR, Taramani.


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Comment by Divinah Manoharan on November 3, 2011 at 2:41pm

Actually Im talking about Solid Oxide Fuel cell so there is no problem of leakage. It is a solid material with anode, cathode and solid oxide electrolyte. The material must be kept in a tubular furnace and heated I suppose. So a special arrangement is needed. Kindly e-mail me, so that we might discuss further on this. My mail is divinah@gmail.com. I'll send you related references and graph for the work.    


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Comment by Vikash Kumar on November 3, 2011 at 11:37am
First of all i have a potentiostat where EIS can be done. But there are 2 problems :
1. I don't know how you'll maintain the temperature, as what your saying.
2. You'll need a fuel cell, with all electrodes, catalysts and membranes affixed without any leakage.

I think it would be better if you can arrange for two identical fuel cell sets, where variations can be done on temp and membranes.

I-V and I-P characteristics can be done but you'll have to ensure it, that whatever comes whether its right or not.

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Comment by Divinah Manoharan on November 2, 2011 at 5:01pm

Ya.. If you are interested let us proceed..


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Comment by Vikash Kumar on October 30, 2011 at 5:01pm

May be i can help or rather i should say we together can sort it out.. what sort of instruments u need for this..?. I think a potentiostat is well enough...isn't it.?

 


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Comment by Divinah Manoharan on October 30, 2011 at 4:02pm

I need electrochemical impedence ie, arrhenius plots and complex impedance plots for materials prepared for application in fuel cell at temperature from 400 to 800 degree C. It would be also good if i get I-V and I-P characteristics.


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Comment by Vikash Kumar on October 30, 2011 at 3:42pm

what sort of impedance characterization you need?. Is it for something related to cell impedance. If so may be i can help you.

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