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interface:instrumentation [2017-11-23 17:28]
Dominik Dworschak
interface:instrumentation [2019-04-26 12:49] (current)
Markus Valtiner
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====== Instrumentation ====== ====== Instrumentation ======
-  * Surface Forces Apparatus+  * 3 Surface Forces Apparatus setups
  * Atomic Force Microscope   * Atomic Force Microscope
-  * Mass Spectroscopy with inductively coupled plasma+  * Mass Spectroscopy with inductively coupled plasma and flow-cell attachment
  * Quartz crystal microbalance   * Quartz crystal microbalance
  * Karl-Fisher titration   * Karl-Fisher titration
  * White light interferometry   * White light interferometry
-  * Optical tweezers +  * Optical tweezers and inverted microscope 
 + * Magnetron sputtering and thermal evaporation cluster 
 +  * Various electrochemistry cells and 3 potentiostats 
 +  * Plasma cleaner 
 +  * Langmuir Blodgett trough and film lift  
 +  * Clean room lab ISO-class 5 with laminar flow benches (ISO class 1) 
 +  * Electrostatic shielded lab (up to GHz range)
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====== Software Development ====== ====== Software Development ======
  * **SFA Explorer** - Data Analysis Software for the Evaluation of Interference Spectra from Surface Force Experiments   * **SFA Explorer** - Data Analysis Software for the Evaluation of Interference Spectra from Surface Force Experiments
-While still at MPI für Eisenforschung in Düsseldorf, Germany, we developed the SFA Explorer as a software tool to evaluate interference spectra, as measured with the Surface Forces Apparatus. The evaluation is based on the multiple-matrix-method according to Schubert. Please contact us, if you want more detailed information. If you are interested to use the software, more information is available at [[http://www.max-planck-innovation.de/en/industry/technology_offers/software/article.php?SFA%20Explorer%3A%20Data%20Analysis%20Software%20for%20the%20Evaluation%20of%20Interference%20Spectra%20from%20Surface%20Force%20Experiments&id=15915|Max-Planck-Innovation]].+We developed the SFA Explorer as a software tool to evaluate interference spectra, as measured with the Surface Forces Apparatus. The evaluation is based on the 4x4 multiple-matrix-method according to Schubert. Please contact us, if you want more detailed information. If you are interested in using the software, more information is available per eMail.
interface/instrumentation.txt · Last modified: 2019-04-26 12:49 by Markus Valtiner