Electrochemical Impedance

 

 

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Impedance (EIS) at our UK aStore

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, or EIS, has come into its own in the last twelve to fifteen years.  I like to think that it is, in part, due to the availability of commercial hardware and software that allow the researcher to start taking data very easily. Interpretation of that data sometimes takes a bit more skill. These volumes can help in that task!

Although they are out of print, also check Volume 1 and Volume 4 of the Bard "Electroanalytical Chemistry" series. Both volumes have a chapter on EIS or related topics.

"Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy" (Electrochemical Society Series) by Mark E. Orazem, Bernard Tribollet

This book is the newest text on Impedance Spectroscopy.  Both authors are respected researchers in impedance, and Orazem has been teaching a short course on impedance in conjunction with ECS meetings for several years.

If you were thinking of writing an introductory textbook on EIS, it's too late. This looks like a great book, quite easy to learn from.  It is a bit lighter on the applications, but it makes a great starter book and complements Barsoukov & Macdonald nicely.


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"Impedance Spectroscopy - Theory, Experiment, and Applications, 2nd Edition" edited by Barsoukov &  Macdonald

This is a long awaited update to the nearly 20 year old first edition. It contains new chapters on batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells, areas where EIS has been more recently applied.  These chapters supplement the first edition's emphasis on materials research. The new edition tips the scales at nearly 600 pages, a 50% increase from the first edition. It is still heavily mathematical and not light reading, but worth the effort.

The first edition of this book has been heavily used in writing some of the topics on this website.


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"Electrochemical Impedance" edited by Scully/Silverman/Kendig

This book is a compendium of chapters from a 1991 ASTM Symposium. Like the first edition of the Macdonald book, it focuses primarily on materials science. Nonetheless, it still contains several chapters that will be worth reading by anyone who uses EIS. 


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