Electrochemistry calculators

This is Zimmer and Peacock's most sophisticated calculator for calculating the potential at a silver/silver chloride reference electrode as we take account of activity.


This is Zimmer and Peacock's most sophisticated calculator for calculating the potential at a silver/silver chloride reference electrode as we take account of activity.


This is Zimmer and Peacock's most sophisticated calculator for calculating the potential at a silver/silver chloride reference electrode. Note we don't take account of activity in this calculator.


This calculator is often used by Zimmer and Peacock when we are trying to determine the depletion layer next to an electrode within a medical diagnostic, we try to determine whether the depletion layer will diffuse our far enough to make contact with the walls of the capillary channel.


This calculator is specifically used with the Syrris FLUX.


This calculator is specifically regarding the Syrris FLUX, in this calculator we assume that the Syrris FLUX is working in a recirculating mode and the a constant current/galvanostatic mode is used to control the current.


This is a calculator we use at ZP to get an understanding how much material could be produced by a constant current electrolysis.


We use this calculation to determine whether a molecule has been over oxidised or reduced during an electrolysis. For a 2 electron oxidation we woudl expect 2 electrons per molecule if it was 100% oxidised and teh process was 100 % efficient.


This calculator/model is used to determine the i-E curved based on scan rates. 


This calculator/model is used to determine the current density on an electrode from the absolute current and the surface area.


This calculator is used to determine the mass and thickness of an electroplated layer.


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