IFW Dresden Uses Glovebox for Molecular Beam Expitaxy

IFW Dresden’s Institute for Integrative Nanosciences use their argon filled LC Technology glovebox for molecular beam expitaxy by directly connecting it to the MBE transfer-line backbone.  Samples can be prepared in various ways inside the glovebox (including etching, resist stripping, etc) and transferred directly into the MBE chambers. www.ifw-dresden.de/institutes/iin/laboratories/molecular-beam-epitaxy

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University of Arkansas Uses Glovebox for Solar Cell Development

‪‎CINS‬, the Center for Integrative ‎Nanotechnology‬ at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock uses an LC Technology ‎glovebox‬ to develop thin films for ‪solar‬ cell applications. For more on ‪#‎UALR‬’s research visit: http://ualr.edu/nanotechnology-4tlog/research/photovoltaics

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LC Tech Gloveboxes at IPEM Lab at Queen’s University

Students work with LC Technology gloveboxes at the IPEM (Initiative for Photonic and Electronic Materials) chemistry laboratory at Queens University in Ontario, Canada. The system was designed for characterization and preparation of new materials used in electronic and photonic devices such as blue light emitting devices and ferroelectric liquid crystal materials. For more on Queen’s […]

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SUNY Geneseo Glovebox Training Video

The chemistry department at SUNY Geneseo has a very nice glovebox training video posted on their web site. To view the video and learn more about their lab’s research, visit: http://www.geneseo.edu/chemistry/glove-box-video

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Ionic Liquid Studies at the US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory

The US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory studies the role of ionic liquids to recover rare earths and other critical materials for recycling and reuse. Included in their list of laboratory equipment is an LC Technology’s solvent purification system. This particular system is set up to purify seven different types of solvents. For more on the […]

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University of California, Irvine Couples LC Tech Glovebox with AXIS Supra XPS/UPS/SAM

Associate Director Matt Law’s new glovebox connected to the Kratos AXIS Supra X-ray and ultraviolet photoelectron spectrometer and scanning Auger microscope (XPS/UPS/SAM) at the Irvine Materials Research Institute (IMRI) at the University of California at Irvine. The XPS is the first Supra in the Americas. To learn more about LEXI, IMRI’s Laboratory for Electron and […]

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