Plasma source for conductivity studies
Plasma sources can not only be used for modification or activation of surfaces of materials. They can also be employed for investigating electrical properties of solid materials, as a new publication shows.
The use of a commercial plasma source for conductivity studies is currently being investigated by Prof. Karl-Michael Weitzel‘s group at the Philipps University of Marburg. The group is working with a CeraPlas plasma source manufactured by relyon plasma parent company TDK Electronics, which is the basic element of the piezobrush PZ2.
We are very excited about the results of Prof. Karl-Michael Weitzel.