Universitiy of Potsdam

Applied Condensed Matter Physics

Prof. Dr. Reimund Gerhard
2016-11-04 16:30 by Manuel Schulze

A new experiment for the Graduate Student's Lab

Starting in the fall of 1998, a new lab experiment based on the LIMM Method is available at the Institute of Physics in Potsdam. Students will become familiar with concepts of heat conduction, lock-in detection, and (optionally) regularization and deconvolution techniques.

A draft version of the tutorial for the new lab experiment can be downloaded from the teaching site.

References

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  3. B. Ploss, R. Emmerich, and S. Bauer, ``Thermal wave probing of pyroelectric distributions in the surface region of ferroelectric materials: A new method for the analysis'', J. Appl. Phys. 72, pp. 5363-5370, 1992.
  4. N. Link, S. Bauer, and B. Ploss, ``Analysis of signals from superposed relaxation processes'', J. Appl. Phys. 69, pp. 2759-2767, 1991.