Functional Nanomaterials Chair

Electro-Mechanical Characterization

 

A 3 -axis motorized micromanipulator (right) coupled with a balance (left) makes mechanical characterization easy.

 

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Speed, maximum deformation, step size and the numbers of cycles can be adjusted with a self-developed LabVIEW program.

 

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Electrical characterization is done by combining high precision sourcing from +/-210 V @ max current of 120 mA (Keythley SMU 2400) with fast current measurements with the picoamperemeter (Keythley 6485). The self developed Labview programm enables us to achieve  I-V-curves and even perfrom cyclic measurements.

 

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The setups were built by Dr. Ing. A. Schuchardt and Dr. Ing. S. Kaps.

 

 

For more information contact:

Dipl.-Wirtsch.Ing. Mathias Hoppe

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or

Dr.-Ing. Sören Kaps

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