This section provides an overview for thermal desorption analyzers as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 9 thermal desorption analyzer manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A thermal desorption analyzer system detects hydrogen desorbed from the surface of a sample when the sample is heated and provides information on the amount of hydrogen contained in the sample and the mechanism of hydrogen adsorption and desorption. The system is mainly composed of a vacuum chamber, a sample heating chamber, and a sample heating chamber.
The system mainly consists of a vacuum chamber, sample heating mechanism, exhaust system, and quadrupole mass spectrometer.
One application field is semiconductor devices. In this field, hydrogen is considered the most difficult impurity to control, and its effect on device performance has been ignored until now due to the difficulty of detection.
Recently, however, the importance of impurity hydrogen has begun to be recognized, as it has been reported as a cause of instability in thin-film transistor operation and unintended carrier doping.
High-sensitivity hydrogen detection is required for further improvement of device quality and development of next-generation devices, and the thermal desorption analyzer can meet this demand.
The hydrogen desorption/desorption analyzer has advantages over other methods in terms of low cost and simple instrument configuration. Other applications include advanced thin film materials, such as graphene.
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Ranking as of June 2023 GloballyDerivation Method
|2||Mass Spec Analytical||11.1%|
|4||Markes International Ltd||11.1%|
|5||Shimadzu Europa GmbH||11.1%|
|8||KANEKA TECHNO RESEARCH CORPORATION||11.1%|
|9||Tokyo Instruments, Inc||11.1%|
Derivation MethodThe ranking is calculated based on the click share within the thermal desorption analyzer page as of June 2023. Click share is defined as the total number of clicks for all companies during the period divided by the number of clicks for each company.
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