Electronic Measurement, Lakeshore 7507 - Status: Available

  • Current Status: Available
  • Use Rates:
    • External Academic & Government: $30.00/Hour
    • External Affiliated Commercial/Industrial: $30.00/Hour
    • External Commercial/Industrial: $40.00/Hour
    • External International Academic: $40.00/Hour
    • Internal Standard: $20.00/Hour
  • Service: Request Service Quote. The Staff rate is $50/hour
  • Building: NANO (0070)
  • Room: Device Assembly & Processing (122)
  • In Cleanroom: No
  • Main Contact: David Hays
The Lakeshore Hall Measurement System capabilities include Hall coefficient, Hall voltage, resistance, resistivity, magnetoresistance, I-V curves, carrier concentration and mobility. The HMS measures most compound semiconductor materials including pHEMTS, SiGe, SiC, InAs, InGaAs, InP, AlGaAs, HgCdTe, and ferrites; low resistance materials including metals, transparent oxides, dilute magnetic semiconductors, and TMR materials; and high resistance materials including semi-insulating GaAs and GaN, CdTe, and photodetectors. Quantitative Mobility Spectrum Analysis (QMSA) software technique analyzes variable magnetic field Hall data to resolve individual carrier mobilities and densities in multi-carrier devices. The QMSA software’s reliability and sensitivity make it the ideal technique for routine characterization of various multi-carrier materials and high mobility heterostructure devices.

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The Lakeshore Hall Measurement System capabilities include Hall coefficient, Hall voltage, resistance, resistivity, magnetoresistance, I-V curves, carrier concentration and mobility. The HMS measures most compound semiconductor materials including pHEMTS, SiGe, SiC, InAs, InGaAs, InP, AlGaAs, HgCdTe, and ferrites; low resistance materials including metals, transparent oxides, dilute magnetic semiconductors, and TMR materials; and high resistance materials including semi-insulating GaAs and GaN, CdTe, and photodetectors. Quantitative Mobility Spectrum Analysis (QMSA) software technique analyzes variable magnetic field Hall data to resolve individual carrier mobilities and densities in multi-carrier devices. The QMSA software’s reliability and sensitivity make it the ideal technique for routine characterization of various multi-carrier materials and high mobility heterostructure devices.