ECD-3-nano

Electrochemical dilatometer ECD-3-nano

Test cell for the measurement of height changes in aprotic as well as aqueous electrolytes with nanometer resolution

Electrochemical dilatometer ECD-3-nano

Test cell for the measurement of height changes in aprotic as well as aqueous electrolytes with nanometer resolution

Electrochemical dilatometer ECD-3-nano

Test cell for the measurement of height changes in aprotic as well as aqueous electrolytes with nanometer resolution

Product overview

Watch your electrodes breathing

The ECD-3-nano is the dilatometer with a displacement resolution in the nanometer range. The capacitive parallel-plate sensor system of the ECD-3-nano can obtain displacement signals of below 5 nanometers. This high resolution makes it possible to explore new territory of electrochemical dilatometry. For instance, quasi 2-dimensional electrode processes like the SEI formation in lithium-ion batteries or the electrochemically driven growth of passivation layers on metal surfaces might become the subject of future dilatometric studies.

The heart of the ECD-3-nano is an electrochemical cell, which is hermetically tight against ambient atmosphere. The two electrodes inside are separated by a stiff glass frit that is fixed in position. The upper (working) electrode is sealed by means of a thin metal membrane through which any charge-induced height change is transmitted towards the sensor/load unit above.

Improvements of the ECD-3-nano (in comparison to previous versions)

  • Elimination of tubing and external valves reduces the risk of leakage and saves effort.

  • Use of special polymer with minimal water absorption reduces drying effort and accelerates work flow.

  • Use of a smaller glass frit reduces amount of electrolyte required (approx. 1 cm³)

  • Better handling saves time and effort.

Specifications

Height 230 mm
Width 100 mm
Depth 110 mm
Weight approx. 2.5 kg
Separator diameter 12 mm
Working (upper) electrode diameter 10 mm
Counter (lower) electrode diameter 12 mm
Displacement sensor system capacitive
Displacement range 250 μm
Signal drift (sample-free) ≤ 20 nm / hour
Test specimen Electrode films, optional single crystals / grains Diameter ≤ 10 mm, thickness ≤ 1 mm
Load on test specimen approx. 1 N
Chemical compatibility Aprotic organic electrolytes; optional aqueous electrolytes
Cell electrolyte volume approx. 0.5 ml
Temperature resistance -20 to +70 °C (Cell and Sensor)
0 to +40 °C (Conditioning electronics and data logger)

Manuals



Delivery scope

 

# Component Order no.
1 ECD-3-nano dilatometer, assembled ECD3-00-0001-A
2 Box ECD-3-nano, assembled ECE1-00-0006-F
3 Sensor-GND cable ECE1-00-0041-A
4 Sensor cable (PISeca) SEN9023
5 ECD cell cable ECE1-00-0033-F
6 Power supply SPU 45E-303 ELT9207
7 Power cord IEC 60320 C14 EURO L sw 1.5 m ELT9222
8 USB cable typ A/B (2.0 m) ELT9167
Accessories kit:
9 O-Ring 33.05 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9034
10 PE-Seal for ECD (33.3 x 1.6), (2 pcs.) ECC1-01-0043-B
11 Ferrule 1.0 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-B
12 Ferrule 1.5 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-C
13 O-Ring 50.5 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9038
14 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
15 Spacer disc (set) 2.1 - 2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
16 Demonstration kit (5 x activated carbon electrode foil with 5% PTFE Binder, 10 mm) ECD1-00-0900-A
17 Filling tube with syringe ECD3-01-0001-A
18 CD containing EC-Link data logger software ECE1-00-0052-A
19 Tweezers WZG9001
20 Spherical allen screw driver 3 mm WZG9002
21 Allen screw driver 2.5 mm WZG9003
22 Set allen wrench ECC1-01-0028-A
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, 10 pcs ECC1-01-0012-Q/X

Upgrade kits for typical configurations

In the standard configuration, the ECD-3-nano is equipped for aprotic electrochemistry (dilatometer cell, sensor and sensor-controller with dc-voltage output -10 to 10 V) with integrated USB data logger. Materials in media contact are stainless steel and PEEK. The user has to provide all peripheral equipment like temperature chamber and potentiostat.

Various add-ons are available for special testing requirements:

Upgrade Kit Aqueous: replaces stainless steel parts by gold parts and thus makes the ECD-3-nano compatible with aqueous electrochemistry.

ECD-3 Full Cell Kit: Part kit for testing full cells without T-frit.

Part Kit for Testing Single Crystals/Grains: Part kit for using single grains or crystals instead of bound electrode films.

Consumables

Cell Body: Cell Body: Cell Body:
T-Frit 10/12.5 Glass window (5 pieces) ECC1-00-0041-B
Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm DIC9034
O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm DIC9038
Ferrule 1.0 Ferrule 1.0 ECC1-00-0029-B
Ferrule 1.5 Ferrule 1.5 ECC1-00-0029-C
PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) ECC1-01-0043-B
PE-seal for ECD-3 piston PE-seal for ECD-3 piston ECC1-01-0044-B
Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 ECC1-01-0012-G
Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 ECC1-01-0012-H
Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 ECC1-01-0012-K
Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 ECC1-01-0012-L
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, (10 pcs) ECC1-01-0012-Q/X
Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit:
Socket screw Socket screw DIN-912 M4 x 12

Spare parts

Sensor unit

Cell Body

Shut-off valve

Central CE piston

Spring load

REF electrode ECD, long

Frequently asked questions

What are the differences between the built-in sensors of the ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano?

The sensors of ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano are both able to detect very small expansions of the electrodes. The main difference between the two devices lies in the detection resolution. The ECD-3 uses an LVDT sensor with a resolution of 50 nanometers with a maximum displacement range of 500 μm. The ECD-3-nano uses a capacitive sensor system with a resolution of 5 nanometers and a maximum displacement range of 250 μm.


Why is it possible to measure displacement values below zero?

The dilatometer does only measure the displacement (=change in thickness), but not the total thickness. The initial displacement reading is arbitrary and can be changed by just turning the micrometer screw at the sensor head. In practice, you turn the micrometer screw so that the initial reading is in the range of zero +/- 20 µm. After the measurement, for convenience, you substract some offset value, so as to set the displacement value exactly to zero at that point in time, where you have started the electrochemical cycle.


How can I clean the T-Frit? How much does a stained T-frit affect future results?

The frit is made of borosilicate 3.3 glass (Duran®) and so can be cleaned with any agents lab glass is compatible with, including e.g. hot aqueous HNO3. According to our experience, the staining of the T-frit does not affect electrochemical results.

Product overview

Watch your electrodes breathing

The ECD-3-nano is the dilatometer with a displacement resolution in the nanometer range. The capacitive parallel-plate sensor system of the ECD-3-nano can obtain displacement signals of below 5 nanometers. This high resolution makes it possible to explore new territory of electrochemical dilatometry. For instance, quasi 2-dimensional electrode processes like the SEI formation in lithium-ion batteries or the electrochemically driven growth of passivation layers on metal surfaces might become the subject of future dilatometric studies.

The heart of the ECD-3-nano is an electrochemical cell, which is hermetically tight against ambient atmosphere. The two electrodes inside are separated by a stiff glass frit that is fixed in position. The upper (working) electrode is sealed by means of a thin metal membrane through which any charge-induced height change is transmitted towards the sensor/load unit above.

Improvements of the ECD-3-nano (in comparison to previous versions)

  • Elimination of tubing and external valves reduces the risk of leakage and saves effort.

  • Use of special polymer with minimal water absorption reduces drying effort and accelerates work flow.

  • Use of a smaller glass frit reduces amount of electrolyte required (approx. 1 cm³)

  • Better handling saves time and effort.

Specifications

Height 230 mm
Width 100 mm
Depth 110 mm
Weight approx. 2.5 kg
Separator diameter 12 mm
Working (upper) electrode diameter 10 mm
Counter (lower) electrode diameter 12 mm
Displacement sensor system capacitive
Displacement range 250 μm
Signal drift (sample-free) ≤ 20 nm / hour
Test specimen Electrode films, optional single crystals / grains Diameter ≤ 10 mm, thickness ≤ 1 mm
Load on test specimen approx. 1 N
Chemical compatibility Aprotic organic electrolytes; optional aqueous electrolytes
Cell electrolyte volume approx. 0.5 ml
Temperature resistance -20 to +70 °C (Cell and Sensor)
0 to +40 °C (Conditioning electronics and data logger)

Manuals



Delivery scope

 

# Component Order no.
1 ECD-3-nano dilatometer, assembled ECD3-00-0001-A
2 Box ECD-3-nano, assembled ECE1-00-0006-F
3 Sensor-GND cable ECE1-00-0041-A
4 Sensor cable (PISeca) SEN9023
5 ECD cell cable ECE1-00-0033-F
6 Power supply SPU 45E-303 ELT9207
7 Power cord IEC 60320 C14 EURO L sw 1.5 m ELT9222
8 USB cable typ A/B (2.0 m) ELT9167
Accessories kit:
9 O-Ring 33.05 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9034
10 PE-Seal for ECD (33.3 x 1.6), (2 pcs.) ECC1-01-0043-B
11 Ferrule 1.0 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-B
12 Ferrule 1.5 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-C
13 O-Ring 50.5 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9038
14 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
15 Spacer disc (set) 2.1 - 2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
16 Demonstration kit (5 x activated carbon electrode foil with 5% PTFE Binder, 10 mm) ECD1-00-0900-A
17 Filling tube with syringe ECD3-01-0001-A
18 CD containing EC-Link data logger software ECE1-00-0052-A
19 Tweezers WZG9001
20 Spherical allen screw driver 3 mm WZG9002
21 Allen screw driver 2.5 mm WZG9003
22 Set allen wrench ECC1-01-0028-A
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, 10 pcs ECC1-01-0012-Q/X

Upgrade kits for typical configurations

In the standard configuration, the ECD-3-nano is equipped for aprotic electrochemistry (dilatometer cell, sensor and sensor-controller with dc-voltage output -10 to 10 V) with integrated USB data logger. Materials in media contact are stainless steel and PEEK. The user has to provide all peripheral equipment like temperature chamber and potentiostat.

Various add-ons are available for special testing requirements:

Upgrade Kit Aqueous: replaces stainless steel parts by gold parts and thus makes the ECD-3-nano compatible with aqueous electrochemistry.

ECD-3 Full Cell Kit: Part kit for testing full cells without T-frit.

Part Kit for Testing Single Crystals/Grains: Part kit for using single grains or crystals instead of bound electrode films.

Consumables

Cell Body: Cell Body: Cell Body:
T-Frit 10/12.5 Glass window (5 pieces) ECC1-00-0041-B
Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm DIC9034
O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm DIC9038
Ferrule 1.0 Ferrule 1.0 ECC1-00-0029-B
Ferrule 1.5 Ferrule 1.5 ECC1-00-0029-C
PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) ECC1-01-0043-B
PE-seal for ECD-3 piston PE-seal for ECD-3 piston ECC1-01-0044-B
Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 ECC1-01-0012-G
Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 ECC1-01-0012-H
Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 ECC1-01-0012-K
Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 ECC1-01-0012-L
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, (10 pcs) ECC1-01-0012-Q/X
Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit:
Socket screw Socket screw DIN-912 M4 x 12

Spare parts

Sensor unit

Cell Body

Shut-off valve

Central CE piston

Spring load

REF electrode ECD, long

Frequently asked questions

What are the differences between the built-in sensors of the ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano?

The sensors of ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano are both able to detect very small expansions of the electrodes. The main difference between the two devices lies in the detection resolution. The ECD-3 uses an LVDT sensor with a resolution of 50 nanometers with a maximum displacement range of 500 μm. The ECD-3-nano uses a capacitive sensor system with a resolution of 5 nanometers and a maximum displacement range of 250 μm.


Why is it possible to measure displacement values below zero?

The dilatometer does only measure the displacement (=change in thickness), but not the total thickness. The initial displacement reading is arbitrary and can be changed by just turning the micrometer screw at the sensor head. In practice, you turn the micrometer screw so that the initial reading is in the range of zero +/- 20 µm. After the measurement, for convenience, you substract some offset value, so as to set the displacement value exactly to zero at that point in time, where you have started the electrochemical cycle.


How can I clean the T-Frit? How much does a stained T-frit affect future results?

The frit is made of borosilicate 3.3 glass (Duran®) and so can be cleaned with any agents lab glass is compatible with, including e.g. hot aqueous HNO3. According to our experience, the staining of the T-frit does not affect electrochemical results.

Watch your electrodes breathing

The ECD-3-nano is the dilatometer with a displacement resolution in the nanometer range. The capacitive parallel-plate sensor systen of the ECD-3-nano can obtain displacement signals of below 5 nanometers. This high resolution makes it possible to explore new territory of electrochemical dilatometry. For instance, quasi 2-dimensional electrode processes like the SEI formation in lithium-ion batteries or the electrochemically driven growth of passivation layers on metal surfaces might become the subject of future dilatometric studies.

The heart of the ECD-3-nano is an electrochemical cell, which is hermetically tight against ambient atmosphere. The two electrodes inside are separated by a stiff glass frit that is fixed in position. The upper (working) electrode is sealed by means of a thin metal membrane through which any charge-induced height change is transmitted towards the sensor/load unit above.

Improvements of the ECD-3-nano (in comparison to previous versions)

  • Elimination of tubing and external valves reduces the risk of leakage and saves effort.

  • Use of special polymer with minimal water absorption reduces drying effort and accelerates work flow.

  • Use of a smaller glass frit reduces amount of electrolyte required (approx. 1 cm³)

  • Better handling saves time and effort.

ECD-3-nano overview

Specifications
Height 230 mm
Width 100 mm
Depth 110 mm
Weight approx. 2.5 kg
Separator diameter 12 mm
Working (upper) electrode diameter 10 mm
Counter (lower) electrode diameter 12 mm
Displacement sensor system capacitive
Displacement range 250 μm
Signal drift (sample-free) ≤ 20 nm / hour
Test specimen Electrode films, optional single crystals / grains Diameter ≤ 10 mm, thickness ≤ 1 mm
Load on test specimen approx. 1 N
Chemical compatibility Aprotic organic electrolytes; optional aqueous electrolytes
Cell electrolyte volume approx. 0.5 ml
Temperature resistance -20 to +70 °C (Cell and Sensor)
0 to +40 °C (Conditioning electronics and data logger)
Manuals
Delivery scope
# Component Order no.
1 ECD-3-nano dilatometer, assembled ECD3-00-0001-A
2 Box ECD-3-nano, assembled ECE1-00-0006-F
3 Sensor-GND cable ECE1-00-0041-A
4 Sensor cable (PISeca) SEN9023
5 ECD cell cable ECE1-00-0033-F
6 Power supply SPU 45E-303 ELT9207
7 Power cord IEC 60320 C14 EURO L sw 1.5 m ELT9222
8 USB cable typ A/B (2.0 m) ELT9167
Accessories kit:
9 O-Ring 33.05 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9034
10 PE-Seal for ECD (33.3 x 1.6), (2 pcs.) ECC1-01-0043-B
11 Ferrule 1.0 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-B
12 Ferrule 1.5 (2 pcs.) ECC1-00-0029-C
13 O-Ring 50.5 mm x 1.78 mm (2 pcs.) DIC9038
14 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
15 Spacer disc (set) 2.1 - 2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
16 Demonstration kit (5 x activated carbon electrode foil with 5% PTFE Binder, 10 mm) ECD1-00-0900-A
17 Filling tube with syringe ECD3-01-0001-A
18 CD containing EC-Link data logger software ECE1-00-0052-A
19 Tweezers WZG9001
20 Spherical allen screw driver 3 mm WZG9002
21 Allen screw driver 2.5 mm WZG9003
22 Set allen wrench ECC1-01-0028-A
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, 10 pcs ECC1-01-0012-Q/X

Upgrade kits

Upgrade kits for typical configurations

In the standard configuration, the ECD-3-nano is equipped for aprotic electrochemistry (dilatometer cell, sensor and sensor-controller with dc-voltage output -10 to 10 V) with integrated USB data logger. Materials in media contact are stainless steel and PEEK. The user has to provide all peripheral equipment like temperature chamber and potentiostat.

Various add-ons are available for special testing requirements:

Upgrade Kit Aqueous: replaces stainless steel parts by gold parts and thus makes the ECD-3-nano compatible with aqueous electrochemistry.

ECD-3 Full Cell Kit: Part kit for testing full cells without T-frit.

Part Kit for Testing Single Crystals/Grains: Part kit for using single grains or crystals instead of bound electrode films.

Consumables
Cell Body: Cell Body: Cell Body:
T-Frit 10/12.5 Glass window (5 pieces) ECC1-00-0041-B
Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 Membrane (aprotic) 1.4404 ECC1-00-0019-D
O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 33.05 x 1.78 mm DIC9034
O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm O-Ring 50.5 x 1.78 mm DIC9038
Ferrule 1.0 Ferrule 1.0 ECC1-00-0029-B
Ferrule 1.5 Ferrule 1.5 ECC1-00-0029-C
PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) PE-Seal for ECD (33 x 1.6) ECC1-01-0043-B
PE-seal for ECD-3 piston PE-seal for ECD-3 piston ECC1-01-0044-B
Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 Spacer disc (set) 2.1-2.3 ECC1-01-0012-F
Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 Spacer disc (set) 1.8-2.0 ECC1-01-0012-G
Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 Spacer disc (set) 1.5-1.7 ECC1-01-0012-H
Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 Spacer disc (set) 1.2-1.4 ECC1-01-0012-K
Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 Spacer disc (set) 0.9-1.1 ECC1-01-0012-L
Separator (GF/A) 12 x 0.26 mm, (10 pcs) ECC1-01-0012-Q/X
Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit: Sensor Unit:
Socket screw Socket screw DIN-912 M4 x 12
Spare parts

<strong>Sensor unit</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3-nano_Spare-parts_sensor-unit.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4213″ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3-nano_Spare-parts_sensor-unit.png“ alt=““ width=“750″ height=“625″ /></a>

<strong>Cell Body</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_cell_body.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4206″ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_cell_body.png“ alt=““ width=“750″ height=“625″ /></a>

<strong>Shut-off valve</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_shut-off-valve.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4208 size-full“ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_shut-off-valve.png“ alt=““ width=“1190″ height=“992″ /></a>

<strong>Central CE piston</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_central-ce-piston.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4209 size-full“ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_central-ce-piston.png“ alt=““ width=“1190″ height=“992″ /></a>

<strong>Spring load</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_spring_load.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4203″ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_spring_load.png“ alt=““ width=“750″ height=“625″ /></a>

<strong>REF electrode ECD, long</strong>

<a href=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_ref-electrode.png“><img class=“alignnone wp-image-4202″ src=“https://el-cell.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ECD-3_Spare-parts_ref-electrode.png“ alt=““ width=“750″ height=“378″ /></a>

Frequently asked questions
What are the differences between the built-in sensors of the ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano?

The sensors of ECD-3 and ECD-3-nano are both able to detect very small expansions of the electrodes. The main difference between the two devices lies in the detection resolution. The ECD-3 uses an LVDT sensor with a resolution of 50 nanometers with a maximum displacement range of 500 μm. The ECD-3-nano uses a capacitive sensor system with a resolution of 5 nanometers and a maximum displacement range of 250 μm.

Why is it possible to measure displacement values below zero?

The dilatometer does only measure the displacement (=change in thickness), but not the total thickness. The initial displacement reading is arbitrary and can be changed by just turning the micrometer screw at the sensor head. In practice, you turn the micrometer screw so that the initial reading is in the range of zero +/- 20 µm. After the measurement, for convenience, you substract some offset value, so as to set the displacement value exactly to zero at that point in time, where you have started the electrochemical cycle.

How can I clean the T-Frit? How much does a stained T-frit affect future results?

The frit is made of borosilicate 3.3 glass (Duran®) and so can be cleaned with any agents lab glass is compatible with, including e.g. hot aqueous HNO3. According to our experience, the staining of the T-frit does not affect electrochemical results.

Gallery

Connecting the ECD-3Connecting the ECD-3
Connecting the controller boxConnecting the controller box

Sample test results

Diagrams1

 

Expanding and shrinking of a graphite electrode during lithium insertion and extraction (figure left). The detailed view on the right shows the onset of expansion at 1.9V vs. Li / Li+ (figure right).

 

Current response and height change of layered ruthenium oxide HRO in 2 M H2SO4 during slow scan voltammetry. Courtesy of Prof. Wataru Sugimoto, Shinshu University, Japan.

Videos

Assembly of the ECD-3-nano electrochemical dilatometer

In this video, you will learn how to assemble an ECD-3 electrochemical dilatometer inside the glove box, how to connect it and finally how to adjust the sensor for testing.

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