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Electrochemist.com: Electrochemical simulation and data analysis

DrHuang Pty Ltd
226 anzac pde, kensington, Sydney, NSW 2033, Australia			
Phone: +61 413 008 019	

	It analytically and digitally simulates virtually any mechanism 
voltammograms (polarograms) at 8 electrode geometries (planar, spherical, semi-
spherical, cylindrical, semi-cylindrical, microdisc, thin film, and rotating 
electrodes) in over 5 techniques (linear sweep and CV, DC, normal pulse, 
differential pulse, and square wave voltammetries). It outputs current, 
resistance, conductivity and surface concentration. It also simulates effects 
of charge current, resistance, noise, electrolyte, stripping time, stripping 
potential, etc. User can type in his mechanism.

	It analyses any ASCII x-y data for detecting peak location, peak 
value, semi-derivative, derivative, intergral, semi-intergral, curve fitting, 
and separating overlapped peaks.

	It shows a tip when the user put mouse cursor over a lable. It can 
separate overlapped voltammograms into individuals, and extract real peaks 
from voltammogram with noise and baseline. Users can compare by the 
theoretical peak values, analytically and digitally simulation, and choose 
to extract which kinetic pararmeters. Its data can be imported into other 
program (e.g. MS Excel).

	It has been successfully applied to fit experimental 
polarograms (voltammograms) of In(III), Cd(II), Pb(II), Tl(I), Cr(III).
Zn(II), and binuclear copper complex in aqueous and non-aqueous media 
at mercury, solid metal and non-metal electrodes (specifically the 
dropping mercury, hanging mercury drop, gold, platinum and glassy 
carbon electrodes) by various electrochemical techniques (differential 
pulse, square wave, and pseudo-derivative normal pulse polarographies).

	It is available from the author or download from my Web site.

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