Material Science and Metallurgy Laboratory
Research performed in the Material Science and Metallurgy lab focuses on 4 areas: (i) Deformation of MoSi2-Based Alloys; (ii) Oxidation and Corrosion; (iii) Development of Magnetocaloric Alloys; and (iv) Green Composites.
Our electron microscope produces images of a sample by scanning it with a focused beam of electrons.
The transmission electron microscope (TEM) uses the basic principles as the light microscope but uses electrons rather than light.
An electric heating device used to conduct syntheses.
Effective for powder melting, arc casting, metallic and non-metallic buttons, annealling, compound synthesis and material densification - See more at: http://www.thermaltechnology.com/arc-melting-furnace.html#sthash.jDmoAyBO.dpuf
The capabilities and flexibility of this system make it the ultimate lithographic research tool in MEMS, BioMEMS, Micro Optics, ASICs, Micro Fluidics, Sensors, CGHs, and all other applications that require microstructures.
i-line 5x reduction stepper. 15mm x 15mm field, 500nm resolution, piece parts to 6" wafers; i line 500 nm resolution
Uses laser beam to vaporize a solid target material in order to produce a thin film.
Tytan furnaces have reliably served industry, universities, and national laboratories since the early 1980's.