Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies

Helping you understand, create, and characterize nanomaterials

Deep Ultraviolet (DUV) Raman and Photoluminescence

This lab provides excitation at 5.08 eV, above the fluorescence regime of many functional nanomaterials

The Deep Ultraviolet (DUV) Raman and Photoluminescence  laboratory is comprised of an advanced deep ultraviolet confocal Raman and photoluminescence imaging and micro-spectroscopy system (244, 488, 532, and 633 nm excitation) including a suite of precision electronics and polarization optics, and a variable temperature cryostat (2.7–500 K) for complex in situ characterization of materials emitting in the 200-1100 nm spectral window. A FEI- and confocal Raman-compatible 9-pin heating/electrical biasing transmission electron microscopy sample holder in the allows for in situ TEM correlation of atomic-structure at with optical properties.

Capabilities include:

Contact: Michael Pettes

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