The new Zahner Analysis software allows the user to easily evaluate their data. Zahner Analysis software can evaluate the following measurement techniques
- Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)
- Current-Potential curves (I/E)
- Tafel slopes
- Butler-Volmer curve
- Max power and Fill factor
- Cyclic voltammogram (CV)
Besides, the multiple above-mentioned techniques, Zahner Analysis software can also calculate the Kramer Kronig and ZHIT for the impedance measurements. In addition, Significance plots are also provided to visualize the significance of each electrical element used in fitting vs frequency.
For CV, peak positions, height and the area under peak are easily calculated.
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
The Zahner Analysis software allows different graphical representations of the impedance measurement i.e., Bode plot, Nyquist plot and admittance plot etc. The Zahner Analysis not only fit the measured spectrum but also show the significance of each electrical element used in the fitting. In addition, a total error in the fitting is also calculated.
Zwei-pole (Two-pole) Hilber Transformation - ZHIT - is also incorporated in the Zahner Analysis software. With one click, the Zahner Analysis calculates the impedance graph from the phase and made corrections to your measurements.
Image: Bode plot of an unstable coating, immersed in liquid. The purple line is showing the corrected impedance graph with ZHIT.
Zahner Analysis 3.1.0 - Software download:
Last software update: August 2020
For a license, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention the serial number(s) of your Zahner Workstation(s) in your email.
Zahner Analysis - Manual
Zahner Analysis Video tutorials
Zahner Analysis video tutorials are available at Zahner's Youtube channel