PyEIS, A Python-based Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy analyzer and simulator. The software is designed to perform impedance simulations and analyze experimental data through the application of circuit elements. Physical processes in electrochemical systems can be represented by analog circuits containing capacitors (C), resistors (R), inductors (I), and some distributed elements such as constant-phase- (Q) and Warburg elements (W). These features make it possible to understand kinetics, double-layers, and mass-transport for a large range of electrochemical applications.

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  1. Jonas Lynge Vishart, Jaime Castillo-León, Winnie E. Svendsen: pyEIA: A Python-based framework for data analysis of electrochemical methods for immunoassays (2021) not zbMATH