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Temperature and Synchrotron Radiation

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Highest accuracy and reliability of the realisation, maintenance and dissemination of units of radiation physics and thermodynamics, especially of the quantities spectral power of electromagnetic radiation, temperature, heat, pressure in vacuum. Development of new methods and techniques even in extreme areas, Advisory service and development of measuring systems for new metrological challenges

7 Abteilungsbericht aus dem Jahresbericht 2019

Langwegzelle für die optische Gasdruckmessung (PTB-Patent)

Der Initiates file downloadAbteilungsbericht gibt einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Nachrichten und Ereignisse der Abteilung „Temperatur und Synchrotronstrahlung“ des letzten des letzten Jahres und ergänzt somit den Opens internal link in current windowJahresbericht-2019 der PTB.

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The metrological support of the German and European industries in the development of EUV lithography for semiconductor manufacturing is a major activity of PTB at its Berlin-Adlershof site. The close cooperation with ZEISS since 1998 forms a significant basis for the continuous development of PTB's metrological capabilities in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range (EUV). Based on the use of...

 

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Perovskite solar cells (CsPbI3-xBrx) with a low bandgap are an important ingredient in the development of highly efficient tandem solar cells, which layer a perovskite solar cell on top of a silicon solar cell to combine the light harvesting capabilities of both and reach high overall efficiency. The efficiency is vastly influenced by the crystal structure - phase composition and crystal...

 

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A new algorithm allows the fast reconstruction of atom distributions in 3D nanostructured surfaces

Over the last years, PTB has developed a new method for atom-specific reconstruction of periodically nanostructured surfaces. Recent studies have shown experimentally that it is possible to reconstruct and identify the spatial distribution of different atomic species in nano-components using X-ray...

 

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