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Who will use SourceMeter®?
From Science & Engineering Graduates to University Professors, from Material Scientists to Nano-electronics Engineers, from Bio-Chemistry to Electro-Chemistry Researchers, from Semiconductor Quality Assurance Engineers to R&D Failure Analysis Reliability Engineers…there are so many engineers and scientists who had used and continue to use SourceMeter® to accomplish their measurements and tests in a more accurate, faster and easy way.
Academic & Government Research
Application NotesNano Technology Measurement Book Discover Today’s Solutions for Tomorrow’s Nano Characterization Challenges Electrical Measurements on Nanoscale Materials Characterizing Nanoscale Devices With Differential Conductance Measurements Exploring the boundaries of materials science or device development eGuide Nanoscale Device & Material Electrical Measurements Advances in Electrical Measurements for Nanotechnology E-Handbook Which Keithley Nanotechnology Solution is Best for Your Sourcing or Measurement Application? The Emerging Challenges of Nanotechnology Testing The Role of Nanotechnology in the Semiconductor Industry
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Superconductor & Conductance Test
Application NotesAutomatic Resistance Measurements on High Temperature Superconductors An Improved Method for Differential Conductance White Paper New dG Measurement Methods Reveal Nanodevice Characteristics Fast and at lower cost
BlogsMeasuring the resistivity of conductors is not rocket science! Low Resistance Measurement with a SourceMeter: Do I use Current Reversal, Offset Compensation or Delta Mode measurement methods?
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Application NotesKeithley Instrumentation for Electrochemical Test Methods and Applications Performing Cyclic Voltammetry Measurements using 2450-EC or 2460-EC Biosensor/Transducer Qualification Using 2450 Interactive SourceMeter®
BlogsElectrochemical Biosensor Qualification Using a Source Measure Unit to Perform Open Circuit Potential of an Electrochemical Cell How Source Measure Units can be used as Potentiostats for Cyclic Voltammetry, Chronoamperometry and other Electrochemical Tests Test Setup Tips to make electrochemical measurements (Cyclic Voltammetry, Chronoamperometry) using Keithley 2450-EC and 2460-EC Performing Cyclic Voltammetry Charge/Discharge measurements on Galvanic Cells (without a reference electrode) using Keithley 2450-EC and 2460-EC
Demo VideosHow to Perform Cyclic Voltammetry Measurements with the 2450-EC Electrochemistry Lab System
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2461-EC Potentiostats Talk to Keithley Application Engineers
HALL Effect Material Characterization
Application NotesHall Effect Measurements Overview Hall Effect Measurements in Materials Characterization White Paper High Impedance Semiconductor Resistivity and Hall Effects Test Configurations Hall Effect Measurements Essential for Characterizing High Carrier Mobility Instrumentation and Techniques for Measuring High Resistivity and Hall Voltage of Semiconductor Materials Four-Probe Resistivity and Hall Voltage Measurements with 4200-SCS
BlogsNew Plug-in Cards Extend Keithley Automated Test Solution’s Capabilities for Hall Effect and Sensitive Measurements
Demo VideosThe Equipment and Connections of Hall Effect Measurements
WebinarUse Hall Effect Measurements for the Characterization of New and Existing Materials Low Level Measurements Techniques and Considerations for Quantum Hall Effect Measurement
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