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- Microtechnology Facility and Equipment
- Purpose-built building including class 100 and class 1000 cleanrooms
- Microtechnology facility infrastructure (Gas panels, vacuum pumps, gas abatement systems)
- Unique SiC processing equipment
- Advanced plasma etch and Sputter Depositions Tools
Solid State Physics Laboratory and National Hydrogen Materials Reference Facility
- Vibrating-sample magnetometer (4-673 K, 0-8.5 T)
- Numerous Sieverts apparatus for H absorption to 4000 bar
- Microbalance for hydrogen absorption (0-150 bar, 80-800 K)
- Thermal desorption spectroscopy equipment
- X-ray powder diffractometer with parallel-beam optics for thin films
- Ball planetary mills
- 2 Argon gloveboxes
Raman Spectroscopy LaboratoryThe Raman spectrocopy laboratory contains a dual wavelength (514, 780 nm) Rennishaw InVia spectrometer funded by ANFF and three other Renishaw spectrometers (InVia at 633nm, Invia at 325 / 442 nm and a model 100 Ramascope optical fibre instrument) These instruments provide a suite of spectrometers that can generate optical output from UV to NIR wavelength lasers for the Raman and fluorescence evaluation of materials.
- ANFF - Renishaw InVia 514 / 780 nm with mapping capability and minerals library.
- GU - Renishaw Invia 325 / 442 nm.
- GU - Renishaw InVia 633 nm with mapping and Next spectrometer (spectral measurement down to 6cm-1). This instrument is coupled to an NTD SPM for TERS / AFM controlled Raman mapping.
- GU - Renishaw System 100 633 / 514 nm with remote fire optics and spectroelectrochemical capability.
- Attenuated-total-reflection add-on for infra-red spectrophotometer
- Jeol AFM