This article complements the AfterMath Data Organizer Electrochemistry Guide
When an experiment concludes, the instrument reverts to its idle mode and applies a set of idle conditions to the electrochemical cell.
By default, the instrument simply disconnects from the electrochemical cell.
You may override this default behavior by specifying an alternate set of conditions on the Post-Experiment tab on the form shown below. In the example below, the first working electrode is placed under galvanostatic control after the experiment concludes, and a signal level () is applied to the electrode. The second working electrode is placed under potentiostatic control, and a signal level () is applied to the electrode.