Impedance spectroscopy for investigation of crystallization processes

  • Dipl.-Ing. Nikolaus Doppelhammer
    Research Scientist at the Institute for Microelectronics and Microsensors, JKU Linz

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The method „Moving Electrode Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy" (MEEIS), which was developed at the Institute of Microelectronics and Microsensors at the JKU in collaboration with KU Leuven in Belgium, enables in-situ investigation of phase transformation processes in liquid, ionic media. Thanks to the high accuracy and robustness of the method, precise monitoring of the crystallization process as well as in-depth analysis of the growth mechanisms is possible.


The work presented was supported by the PSSP-project and was funded by the bilateral Austrian Science Fund (FWF)/Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) project ZeoDirect I 3680-N34 and was supported by the “LCM − K2 Center for Symbiotic Mechatronics” within the framework of the Austrian COMET-K2 program and by long-term funding of the Flemish Government via the Methusalem program.

Language of the talk: GERMAN
Language of the presentation slides: ENGLISH
Duration: approx. 30 min.

Recording of the talk (in GERMAN):

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