Our laboratory is equipped with a variety of state-of-the-art characterisation instruments and processing equipment that are used for research and development of (photo)electrochemical materials and devices. Additionally, we have direct access to other large area deposition facilities in PVcomB, such as magnetron sputtering, plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition, evaporation, atomic layer deposition and screen printing, among.
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A two channel system (GC-2014 Shimadzu) is used for in situ monitoring of H2 purity or gas crossover during performance tests of solar hydrogen generation prototypes
The potentiostat galvanostat (4000+ Parstat) with a frequency response analyser for currents up to 40 A is used to conduct electrochemical analysis on materials and electrochemical cells
The electrodeposition bath allows reproducible coating of electrocatalysts onto conductive substrates sized up to 15 cm × 15 cm
The mid-infrared thermography camera (FLIR A6700sc) is used to measure temperature distribution in solar hydrogen generation prototypes for investigations on heat transfer in the device and for simulation model validation