Chronological list of peer-reviewed publications and conference proceedings using Rodeostat open source potentiostat.
Blog posts featuring the Rodeostat
The Rodeostat Multiplexer [https://iorodeo.com/collections/cheapstat-open-source-potentiostat/products/rodeostat-multiplexer-expansion-kit] is an expansion board for the Rodeostat potentiostat [https://iorodeo.com/collections/cheapstat-open-source-potentiostat/products/potentiostat-shield] which enables it to be used with up to seven working electrodes simultaneously. This is achieved by adding a multiplexing switch to the single working
The multiplexer kit [https://iorodeo.com/products/rodeostat-multiplexer-expansion-kit] is an add-on accessory for the Rodeostat [https://iorodeo.com/collections/cheapstat-open-source-potentiostat/products/potentiostat-shield] which expands the number of working electrodes that can be used with the Rodeostat from one to seven converting it from a single-channel to a multi-channel potentiostat. In
We are happy to announce that we have a new Rodeostat model available - the Rodeostat Model-8V. The Rodeostat Model-8V has output voltage ranges of +/- 1, 2, 4, and 8V. Whereas the original Rodeostat, the Model-10V, has output voltage ranges of +/- 1, 2, 5, and 10V. Other than
In the experiments described in this blog post, we made a bismuth modified carbon paste electrode for detecting heavy metals, lead and zinc, using square wave anodic stripping voltammetry and the Rodeostat potentiostat. This is a continuation of our experiments using electrochemistry to measure lead and other heavy metal pollutants