Now Measure Hall Mobilities Down to 0.001 cm2/V s with Ease Aug 26, 2011
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
575 McCorkle Blvd.
Westerville, Ohio, USA, August 24, 2011—Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc., in collaboration with Toyo Corporation of Japan, is pleased to introduce the new 8400 Series Hall effect measurement system (HMS).
The 8400 Series HMS with optional AC
field measurement capability allows you to measure Hall mobilities down to 0.001 cm2/V s—lower than ever possible using
traditional DC field Hall measurement techniques.
Many contemporary semiconductor and electronic
materials are being developed for applications including
green energy, efficient lighting, flexible inexpensive
electronics, and high power devices. This emerging class
of photovoltaic (solar cell), thermoelectric and organic
electronic materials are characterized by low mobilities
that are difficult, if not impossible to measure.
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