Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy is an AICTE-approved online programme that is offered by Swayam and IIT Madras. The programme is a 12-week programme that is free to join and learn. But, if you intend to be certified, you must score a prescribed percentage of marks in the qualifying exam that needs a fee. Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy Certification Course will help you to explore electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, its techniques, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy principle, impedance spectroscopy, and the correct methods of data acquisition and analysis.
Administered by Swayam, the Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy online course is developed and taught by Prof. S. Ramanathan from IIT Madras. Swayam specifies that the learners must have completed B.Sc. or B.E. to be eligible for the online programme.
There are two factors that qualify you for the certificate of the Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy online course. They are that the learner must have secured 75% and 25% marks in exams and assignments respectively.
What you will learn
Knowledge of Chemistry
Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy Certification Syllabus will explore:
Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy Classes can be enrolled by professionals who are engaged in the sector of electrochemistry including Chemist.
Join the Electrochemical impedance Spectroscopy Training through the steps provided below:
Step 1- Register and log in to the Swayam portal.
Step 2- Browse the official URL https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in/noc22_cy16/preview
Step 3- Kickstart the programme.
Introduction to electrochemistry
Three electrode cell
Time domain results
Graphical representation of impedance data in Bode and Complex plane plots
Experimental Details: Instrumentation, Single And Multi-Sine Inputs, FFT Details, Frequency Range And Resolution, Cross Correlation
Multi Sine: Odd Harmonics And Non-Harmonic Choices, Crest Factor, Spectral Leakage, Windowing
Data Validation: Kramers Kronig Transforms (KKT), Linearity, Causality, Stability, Impedance Vs. Admittance, Applications And Limitations
Alternatives – Measurement Model Analysis And Linear KKT
Data Analysis: Electrical Equivalent Circuits, Choice Of Circuits, Confidence Intervals, AIC, Initial Values, Distinguishability, Zeros And Poles Representation, Charge Transfer Resistance And Polarization Resistance, Maxwell, Ladder And Voigt Circuits
Reaction Mechanism Analysis
Linearization Of Governing Equations
Derivation Of Impedance Expression For A Simple Electron Transfer Reaction
Two Step Reactions With One Adsorbed Intermediate
Reaction Mechanism Analysis (Continued
Development Of Impedance Expression For Multiple Reactions
An Example Reaction Exhibiting Negative Resistance
An Example Three Step Reaction With 2 Adsorbed Intermediates
Reaction Mechanism Analysis (Continued)
Development Of Impedance Expression For A Catalytic Reaction Exhibiting Negative Resistance
Reactions With Frumkin Isotherm Practical Challenges In Extraction Of Kinetic Information
List Of Various Patterns Of Complex Plane Plots Reported In Literature
Finite And Semi-Infinite Cases
Effect Of Change In Dc Potential And Boundary Layer Thickness
Constant Phase Elements (CPE
Passivation And Film Formation
Point Defect Model (PDM) And Extensions
Description Of A Few Selected Applications Of EIS: Corrosion, Biosensors, Fuel Cells, Mechanistic