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I apologize for posting this in the wrong forum as the Graphene section would not let me create a new post.
We are about to start our research involving graphene and measuring conductivity and carrier mobility parameters. This is a new area for me so I was looking for some guidelines on how best a 2400 would be used for this measurement.
Also, would you have any suggestions on posible fixtures/sockets since graphene is 1-atom thick.
Any guidelines you have to help us get started would be great.
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It can source a constant voltage and read the current. It can also set a current limit known as compliance.
It can source a constant current and read the voltage. It can also set a voltage limit known as compliance.
This helps in controlling the power through/across the device.
Many applications like IV curves on diodes, transistors, semiconductors, solar cells and so on benefit from this tight control.
It can also do this with a pulse capability. There is no pulse mode but the memory can store different levels and you can scan through them to achieve a pulse.
As far as a test fixture, to that I have no idea.
I can help with specific questions regarding the 2400 series.
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