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Welcome to AfterMath Live software, brought to you by Pine Research Instrumentation. AfterMath Live is a streaming software application for electrochemical simulation. AfterMath Live enables students, instructors, and researchers the ability to create electrochemical reactions and mechanisms and then perform simulated experiments on these reactions. For example, users can build a reaction and then perform Cyclic Voltammetry, which aids in deeper understanding of the complex thermodynamic and kinetic variables present in an electrochemical system. Get started with AfterMath Live by reviewing our documentation. If you cannot find the help you need, please contact us!

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1154How to Get AfterMath LiveAfterMath Live requires an active license to use. At this time, customers in the United States can purchase a license online. Users in other countries …, , , October 20, 2023View
1189Important Notes about AfterMath LiveAfterMath Live is a very exciting offering, because it can be used on any operating system, including Apple iOS. There are a few important notes …, , , , , October 20, 2023View
1199Saving, Downloading, Uploading DataEven though each AfterMath Live session is new and unique, you can still save data online and download it for future use. Similarly, you can …, , , , October 20, 2023View
1924AfterMath Live User InterfaceBy now, you have purchased a license to use AfterMath Live. Great! Now it’s time to familiarize yourself with the user interface you see in …, , , October 20, 2023View
1934Getting Started with Electrochemical SimulationAfter you have purchased a license to use AfterMath Live, it’s time to use the software. This article discusses getting started with electrochemical simulation, where …, , , , , October 20, 2023View
1978Electrochemical Simulation Symbols, Terms, and VariablesLike any field of science and branch of chemistry, electrochemistry uses many acronyms, symbols, terms, and variables to describe physical phenomena. We use such terms …, , , , October 20, 2023View