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Processing and editing cyclic polarization and critical pitting data from Gamry

Processing and editing cyclic polarization and critical pitting data from Gamry

Processing and editing cyclic polarization and critical pitting data from Gamry

(OP)
Hello,

Details: I've recently been learning how to run cyclic polarization and critical pitting against our companies chemicals using methods ASTM G-61 and ASTM G-150. We currently have a Gamry branded set up i.e. potentiostats, electrodes, cells.
I've been extracting the raw data from Gamry and graphing it on excel to create the graphs seen below.

Question: Is there a better program out there to create these graphs? My current method seems inefficient.

Any help on this would be appreciated.



-Ulysses

RE: Processing and editing cyclic polarization and critical pitting data from Gamry

What about the Gamry data handling package? I have see the graphs output directly. What format do you have?
Some people go to Mathcad or a similar package to allow the inclusion of analysis data on the charts.

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RE: Processing and editing cyclic polarization and critical pitting data from Gamry

(OP)
Hi EdStainless,

I currently use Gamry Echem Analyst and Gamry Framework to view the initial graphs once testing is complete. So far I have not been able to produce the graphs I'd like to create for our reports using those two.

Unclear on your format question. Format of the Gamry software we use?

I'll look into those packages. Seems they have a "Physical Electrochemical Software" and a "Critical Pitting Temperature Software" that may be the solution.

I'll look into the Mathcad package as well. Seems interesting.

Thank you very much for your input!

-Ulysses

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