Extend your CIMPS photo-electrochemical workstation for a number of photoelectrochemical applications, i.e., spectral resolved emission, transmittance and/or absorbance measurements etc.
CIMPS-EMIT allows the characterization of electroluminescence processes. It can be used for integral or spectral-resolved light emission measurements. For spectral resolved measurements a UV-VIS-NIR-Spektrometer is used, for integral intensity measurements a photodiode with NIST-traceable calibration.
CIMPS-ABS allows spectral resolved transmittance / absorbance measurements to characterize electro-chromic processes. A reference cell, identical to the test cell but without a test object, is used in parallel to the test cell to eliminate the light losses due to front window reflection and absorption in the electrolyte etc. This allows an accurate measurement of the absorption spectrum.
CIMPS-PCS allows "quantum efficiency" or "incident photon to current efficiency (IPCE)" measurements for the characterization of photoelectrodes or solar cells. Additional measurement indicators show if the measurement settings are suitable for measuring the true IPCE for different kinds of solar cells (DSSC, organic cells, III-V etc).
CIMPS-FIT allows fast light-intensity transient measurements to investigate the fast kinetics in organic, dye-sensitized, monolithic solar cells and photoelectrodes. With CIMPS-FIT, charge migration and diffusion time constants can be measured with a resolution of 50 ns.
CIMPS-MTDR/OIS allows the characterization of electrochromic systems. Especially, dynamic properties of the electrochromic systems like color or opacity switching time with the current or voltage modulation. Similar to EIS, such dynamic measurements can provide insight into charge transfer and relaxation processes.
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