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MIEL - Characterization of materials and systems
MIEL - Characterization of materials and systems
MIEL - Characterization of materials and systems

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Raman/Electrochemistry coupling and in situ studies

Contacts : Thierry PagnierNoël RosmanNicolas Sergent

Raman spectroscopy is very suitable for in situ analyzes (coupled measurements, in a controlled atmosphere, temperature or pressure,…) 
- Raman and Impedance Spectroscopy,
- Raman and electrochemical polarization,
- Raman and photoelectrochemistry,
- Raman and conductivity measurements
 
Various cells are used for in situ Raman measurements, in controlled temperature and atmosphere, as well as coupled measurements with electrochemical measurements
- Marina Cell (design by N. Rosman) : 25 to 800°C
- Babette Cell (design by N. Rosman) : 25 to 800°C, electrochemistry coupling
- Bernadette Cell (Linkam) : -196 to 600°C
- Émeline Cell (Linkam) : 25 to 1000°C
 

Date of update January 27, 2016

Université Grenoble Alpes