I have an AUTOLAB potentiostat: working electrode (WE, Pt wire), counter electrode (CE, Pt wire), reference electrode (RE, Ag/AgCl solid state).
I would like to capacitively couple the potentiostat and the three electrode cell system through the working electrode by connect a capacitor in series with the WE.
Am I doing it right? I read in a paper by van Dongen and Serdijn  that capacitive coupling could increase the cell potential during stimulation I would like to do. How should I do it to prevent this increase, or minimize it? Even the OCP is not the same, if I connect the capacitor into the cell.
- van Dongen, M. N.; Serdijn, W. A. Does a Coupling Capacitor Enhance the Charge Balance during Neural Stimulation? An Empirical Study. Med Biol Eng Comput 2016, 54 (1), 93–101. DOI: 10.1007/s11517-015-1312-9.