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RE: invfreqs and Warburg impedance - use LEVM
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Harbinson, Jeremy |
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RE: invfreqs and Warburg impedance - use LEVM |
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Tue, 21 Dec 2004 12:39:04 +0100 |
Hi,
There is free fitting and simulation package for bioimpedance and other
specialised impedance application. This has pre-built models for various CPEs
such as Cole-Cole, Havriliak-Negami, Warburg etc. The package is a little bit
awkward to use - you will need to read the manual carefully, but the package
does work nicely once you have got to know it. You can download it from the
Solartron web site
http://www.solartronanalytical.com/downloads/software.html
All the best,
Jeremy Harbinson
-----Original Message-----
From: Pascal A. Dupuis [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: maandag 20 december 2004 16:23
To: address@hidden
Subject: invfreqs and Warburg impedance
Hello,
I'm trying to describe an Impedance measured over a few frequencies points as a
combination of resistors/capacitors, using the invfreqs function. But the
underlying system is comprised of a pair of electrodes, and some biological
medium, so the impedance contains a so-called Warburg element, that is, a
capacitor in parallel with a resistor, where the phase angle is constant (45
°) and the product of R and C is equal to 1/f.
When I plot the impedance locus (real part, imaginary part), it is obvious that
there is something going wrong with the approximation using constant R and C.
Did someone already coped with this, coming to some iterative method permitting
to extract the Warburg element and progressively come to a good approximation
of the measured impedance.
TIA
Pascal Dupuis
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