Glove box characterizations

Description of the instrument

This electrochemical characterization system consists of a solar simulator (ORIEL) which provides simulated sunlight and a potentiostat (Princeton Applied Research) to carry out measurements of potentials and current. This system is among others dedicated to the characterization of organic photovoltaic cells. The assembly is installed in a glove box (MBraun) which allows these characterizations to be carried out under an inert atmosphere. It is also connected to a second glove box in which the microsystems are created by CVD deposition.

Model : MBraun/Oriel/Princeton Applied Research
Room : CB-3485

User fees

Academic rates Industrial rates
$18.50/h $92.50/h

Add $47.50/h if the operations are carried out by an operator. Add 15% of administrative costs if industrial user.

Terms of use

For external users, please communicate imperatively with Mohsen Ketabi.

For internal users, all users must undergo training with Mohsen Ketabi before using this equipment.

To make an online reservation, please click on the following link.