There are two types of thermally stimulated current (TSC) measurement methods, classified by the origin of the current. One is generated by the detrapping of charges. The other one is generated by depolarization. The latter is frequently called thermally stimulated depolarizationcurrent (TSDC). This part of IEC 62607 focuses on the latter method, and specifies themeasurement procedures to be developed for determining polarization properties of metal-oxideinterfacial devices. This document includes: - outlines of the experimental procedures used to measure TSDC, - methods of interpretation of results and discussion of data analysis, and case studies.