QSense Knowledge base
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Observing Mixed Ionic-Electronic Transport in Redox-active Polymers
Redox-active polymers have promising applications in electronics and energy…
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In Situ Monitoring of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase
A good understanding of different electrochemical processes that occur…
Thanks to a modular design and optional measurement modules, QSense Explorer is a versatile instrument that enables you to extend your measurement conditions and combine measurements with several other technologies.
Single-Channel QCM-D System
A single-channel QCM-D system with a wide range of compatible modules
Combine QCM-D with complementary techniques such as microscopy, electrochemistry, ellipsometry, and more
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Compatible with High Temperature and High Pressure
Depending on the configuration, QSense Explorers are compatible with temperatures up to 150°C and variable gas-phase pressures
Measurement of Multiple Harmonics
Measure up to seven harmonics with a fundamental frequency of 5 MHz to obtain maximum information about the system you are studying, resulting in a more detailed data analysis
Operates on DFind, the most comprehensive data analysis software available for QCM-D. The streamlined interface and powerful modeling support a smooth experiment from start to finish
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QSense Explorer Modules
The QSense Explorer supports several modules for highly specialized applications, including:
Supports simultaneous QCM-D and electrochemistry measurements. Combine QCM-D with cyclic voltammetry (CV) or Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) for corrosion studies and more.
Enables simultaneous QCM-D and ellipsometric measurements on the same sample substrate for greater insight into the hydration properties of the surface and molecules being measured.
Allows for optical access to the sensor surface for experiments with UV-induced reactions and fluorescence detection. When combined with the QSense Explorer, optical microscopy of the sensor surface is possible.