Material impedance spectroscopy

Material Impedance spectroscopy is a powerful technique used for the characterization of electrical proprieties of materials (ceramics, polymers,..) and for investigation of Kinetics of reactions in materials. These properties are temperature dependent. Impedance spectroscopy provides the contribution of different microstructural features of a material in the row impedance of materials (grains, grain Boundaries,..).

Literature

AN#1 – Electrical characterization of a ceramic with MTZ-35 and HTSH-1100 tes
AN#64 – Introducing EC-Lab® EIS quality indicators: THD, NSD and NSR.

Related instruments

  • HTF-1100

    HTF-1100

    HTF-1100 consists of a temperature control unit, an alumina heater and a slide on the front panel to insert and extract easily the sample holder from the furnace.

    HTF-1100 consists of a temperature control unit, an alumina heater and a slide on the front panel to insert and extract easily the sample holder from the furnace.

  • ITS

    ITS

    Intermediate Temperature System (ITS) is a compact temperature control unit based on the Peltier effect.

    It enables accurate temperature control from –35 °C to +150 °C. The ITS is designed to be used with a CESH sample holder provided with the unit.

    Temperature range: -35 °C to +150 °C
    Temperature accuracy: ±0.3 °C
    Computer Interface: USB 2.0
    Power consumption: 250 W
    Dimension: 400 x 313 x 385 mm (L x W x H)
    Weight: 8 kg

  • MTZ-35

    MTZ-35

    Exploring new frontiers of impedance testing

    The Bio-Logic MTZ-35 impedance analyzer has the specifications and features required to address the broad scope of applications in the materials research field.

    Frequency Range: 10 μHz to 35 MHz
    Voltage range DC: ±100 μV to ±10 V
    Voltage range AC: 100 μV to 10 V

    Measurement range
    Inductance: 10 nH to 10 kH
    Capacitance: 1 pF to 1000 μF
    Resistance: 1 mΩ to 500 MΩ
    Basic accuracy: 0.1%