Oleg Larionov’s group at UTSA use their glovebox to handle and store air and moisture sensitive materials and reagents for reactions they develop.
LC Technology recently completed a custom glovebox system for OLED research. Trovato Manufacturing integrated 2 thin film deposition systems into the glovebox.
Dr. McIndoe’s group at the University of Victoria use an LC Tech Glovebox combined with electrospray ionization mass spectrometers for the making and discovery of new catalysts.
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 […]
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 […]
Experts in molecular semiconductor and conjugated polymer synthesis, and optoelectronic device fabrication, Trisha Andrew’s “Fab Lab” clean room at the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Chemistry uses LC Technology gloveboxes for nanostructure spintronics. Using a mixture of traditional organic synthesis, ultra high-vacuum physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, sputtering, and e-beam deposition, they make unique materials and […]
Undergrad students at Alexi Arango’s lab at Mount Holyoke College use an LC Technology glovebox to build layered structures such as organic LEDs and third-generation solar cells with a goal of generating renewable energy. These cells employ semiconductors such as quantum dots, molecular dyes, and metal oxides which are easily manufactured, highly efficient, and inexpensive compared […]
Headed by Dr. Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou, the School of Chemical Engineering at The University of New South Wales is using an LC Technology glovebox for research in their EnergyH crowd-funding project. EnergyH has a goal of making hydrogen the new clean energy carrier by commercializing hydrogen based technologies. To learn more about Dr. Aguey-Zinsou’s project, watch this […]
Max Majireck is using an LC-100 glovebox with a FR-120 freezer to complete his synthetic chemistry research at Hamilton College. LC Technology offers the largest side mounted freezer in the industry with the ability to maintain a temperature of -35C.