Potential Applications

BULK CERAMICS, THIN FILMS, MIKROELECTRODES OR OTHER GEOMETRIES:

New Products

micro contact device for synchrotron measurements

Test station to perform electrochemical measurements on microstructured devices or microelectrodes in defined gas atmospheres and at elevated temperatures combined with X-Ray synchrotron experiments.

in situ sputter & impedance spectroscopy station

Real-time impedance monitoring of oxygen reduction during film growth or surface modification of metallic or ceramic thin films.

Micro Contact test station

A micro contact test station for electrical measurements on microstructured devices, microelectrodes and point electrodes.

Plug & Probe micro

The Plug&Probe Micro is a very versatile electrochemical contact station for many applications. Electrical characterization of microelectrodes, micro structures thin films, interdigitated electrodes, memristive devices, and many more.

Isotope Tracer Exchange test station

Tracer exchange experiments can be a powerful tool to study diffusion properties, surface exchange reactions, visualize reaction sites, identify grain boundaries and other defects, identify different reaction pathways or use it to post analyses diffusion properties of other operando experiment.

Oxygen Pump

Electrochemical contact station for elevated temperatures up to 1050 °C. Electrical characterization of thin films and pellets including partial pressure changing by electrochemically pumping of oxygen.

In situ Optical test station

Combine in situ optical measurements with electrical and gas exchange measurements at elevated temperatures.

3- and 4-point reference electrode test station

This test station in combination with the novel sample geometry, called wing geometry, minimizes measurement errors and provides a tool for reference electrode measurements for a wide range of applications.

Scientific and Collaboration Partners

Prof. Jürgen Fleig, TU Wien
Prof. Kazunari Sasaki, Kyushu University
I2C

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