Electrochemists use electrical signals (DC voltage and current) to control and study chemical processes, hence the term electrochemistry. Placing a controlled signal on a chemical solution enables the chemist to determine the nature and concentration of an analyte (solid or liquid) or how the electrodes are responding in the chemical process.
Timing accuracy in many large enterprise IT networks have advanced to levels beyond what can be supported by standard NTP clients. PTP with hardware timestamping and faster message update rates is increasingly being used to meet these accuracy requirements. To ease PTP configuration and facilitate equipment interoperability, the IETF have established the PTP Enterprise Profile.