This is a basic material characterization equipment. Equipment used to observe vibrational modes in a system thus giving the structural fingerprint of materials under study. An equipment used by Physics, Chemistry, Material Sciences and Electrical Engineering Department Faculties for the characterization of samples. The equipment is essential for 2D material Characterization

 

 

 

Model: Horiba Labram HR Evo

Equipment Measurements & Capabilities:

1 Performing Raman measurements in the range of 10 cm-1 (or lower) to 5000 cm-1 (or higher) with a resolution of 0.5 cm-1 or better with suitable optics.
2 Performing photo-luminescence measurements in the range of 300 nm (or lower) to 1050 nm (or higher) with a resolution better than 0.1 nm.
3 Performing confocal Raman Imaging/Mapping with a spatial resolution of 100 nm (or better) on a large area of 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm (or higher).
4 Performing photo-luminescence measurements in the range of 300 nm (or lower) to 1050 nm (or higher) with a resolution better than 0.1 nm.
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Performing temperature dependent Raman and PL measurements down to 77 K with ultra-low vibrations, and for measurements above room temperature up to 800 K (or higher) using a suitable heating stage. The temperature-controlled stage is equipped with 4 probes for simultaneous electrical transport measurements.

 

Status of the Instrument : Active

Location of the Instrument : Nila  Campus , CIF , IIT Palakkad

Regular Measurements:



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