I am performing Square wave voltammetry using PSoC 5LP. In it, a square wave is superimposed on a base staircase potential. It is then applied to an electrochemical cell with a 3 electrode configuration. I have generated a waveform. Now I want to test it before applying it to the cell. I need to perform both DC and AC analysis of the circuit. Does anybody have any suggestions?
Experiment conditions: Potential range: -1 to +1V. Width of pulse: 25ms. Max current to be sourced at the cell: 100 microAmps(0.1mA).
Perform AC analysis on different time constants and measure current
Steady state DC AnalysisTest circuitAC analysis schematicSquare+staircaseand share your views on the schematic I shared with this?
Some suggestions, you can use one more another ADC channel to measure the voltage across the test circuit. To connect multiple inputs you can use a AMux component and switch between channels. The V and I measured in this way can be transferred to your PC using USB-UART or some other interface. You can manually change the test circuit resistances and cap values and in the test circuit to check the time constant.
Thanking you first for your valuable suggestions. I need to apply the potential to an actual electrochemical cell. Before that step, I had decided to test on a basic Randell circuit, which is equivalent to an actual cell.
I have neglected Warburg impedance and chose a Resistor in series to a parallel RC branch and measure current up to 100micro Amps.
Could you explain the additional ADC channel and use of ADC MuX? Where should be the second ADC to be connected and how can I get accurate data by reducing noise?