Dual-beam laser - photoelectric spectrometer

Trade name
Dual-beam laser photoelectric spectrometer
Technical description

Light source: two Opolette 355 lasers with an Nd:YAG pump equipped with optical parametric oscillators (OPO) tunable in the range of 210-2400 nm with a peak pulse power of 500 kW.

Detection system: Zahner-Elektric IM6 electrochemical workstation with fast data acquisition system (TR8M)

Control system: precise synchronization system (Photon Institute).

The spectrometer will allow for a detailed analysis of the dynamics of carriers generated in semiconductor structures, examination of the properties of trap states and research on the mechanisms of short-term memory effects in the so-called photoelectrochemical synapses. Additionally, the device enables measurements using photomodulation spectroscopy (CIMPS).

Conditions for providing infrastructure

Sharing apparatus on the terms resulting from the Regulations Using the ACMiN Research Infrastructure. The regulations are available on website: https://acmin.agh.edu.pl/acmin/dokumenty/

Type of accreditation / certificate:
Not applicable
Access type
External
Research capabilities

The dual-beam laser photoelectric spectrometer enables:

- measurement of photocurrent intensity in a wide range of light: 210-2400 nm

- study of carrier dynamics and determination of the properties of trap states in semiconductors

- neuromimetic research on materials, including: photoelectrochemical synapses

- measurements using IMPS and IMVS photomodulation spectroscopy techniques of semiconductors and solar cells.

Last update date
Jan. 29, 2024, 6:09 p.m.
Year of commissioning
2023
Photos
photoelectric spectrometer with laser light source
photoelectric spectrometer with laser light source