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Nanoscale Characterization

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  1. Resource Description
    The Nanoscale Characterization Facility (NCF) supports state-of-the-art tools for electron- and ion-beam analyses for Penn, as well as other university and industry users in the Philadelphia region. Our new facility comprises a suite of rooms specifically designed to host current and next-generation scanning electron, transmission electron and atomic force microscopes. The facility includes an integrated sample preparation laboratory with complete sample coating and plasma cleaning capabilities, as well as cryogenic TEM sample preparation equipment. A computer suite for offline image and data analysis and office and meeting space for staff and industrial users round out the facility in the Singh Center. The NCF also maintains an ion scattering laboratory featuring a 5.1 MeV ion accelerator for thin film characterization and ion implantation. This facility is located nearby in the adjacent Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter Building.
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    Yates, Douglas M., PhD
  3. Affiliation
    School of Engineering and Applied Science
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  5. Director
    Yates, Douglas M., PhD
  6. Other members
    Ford, Jamie., PhD
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