If you’re developing the materials or devices of the future like silicon-based compound semiconductors, thin film for solar cells, graphene and other nanoscale materials, etc., you’re at the fore-front of breakthroughs in new applications in semiconductor technology, electronics, medical devices, health care, and more. Let us show you the latest innovations and techniques for accurate electrical characterization of these advanced materials, including:
- Electrochemistry Characterization
- Measurement of Nanoscale Materials
- Hall Effect Test of Graphene Device Structures
- Pulsed I-V Testing of Compound Semi Devices/Materials
- Focused Ion Beam Current Monitoring
- Characterization of Nanocrystals
- C-V Characterization of Solar Cells
- Semiconductor Parameter Analysis
- Ultra-Low Current Measurements
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Keithley Instrumentation for Electrochemical Test Methods and Applications
This primer discusses electrochemical applications in which Keithley’s sensitive measurement equipment is being used, including voltammetry, low and high resistivity measurements, battery test, potentiometry, electrodeposition, and electrical device characterization.
Resistivity Measurements Using the Model 2450 SourceMeter SMU Instrument and a Four-Point Collinear Probe
To simplify measurements, a single instrument, the Model 2450 SourceMeter® Source Measure Unit (SMU) Instrument, can be used.
SMU 2400 Graphical SourceMeter
4200-SCS Parameter Analyzer
|Use Hall Effect Measurements for the Characterization of New and Existing Materials|
|Tips and Techniques to Simplify MOSFET/MOSCAP Device Characterization|
This webinar presents a new process that makes characterization and parameter extraction easier and quicker. We'll be discussing the extraction of common parameters as well as which tests to run to get the most information about your device.