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research topics:
  • studies of structural stability and structural transformations in nanostructured materials.
test equipment:
  • UHV-standard chambers for Molecular-Beam-Epitaxy and Magnetron Ion Sputtering;
  • X-ray diffractometer “Empyrean” equipped with 3-axis goniometer for surface diffraction from epitaxially deposited layers;
  • spectrophotometer Shimadzu UV 2001PC (1998); thin-film analyzer F20-UV (2012);
  • systems for “in-situ” and residual resistometry.
comercial research:
  • deposition of thin films of diverse materials;
  • vacuum deposition of optical, dielectric and/or metallic, thin film multilayers with predicted spectra characteristic;
  • thin-film deposition by means of Magnetron Ion Sputtering and Molecular Beam Epitaxy;
  • measurements and analysis of the spectra response multilayer thin films in range UV-NIR;
  • studies of phase transformations and phase equilibria by means of resistometry.

Methods and research techniques:

  • measurements of absorbance, transmittance, measurements of turbidity and thickness and optical constants (n and k) of dielectric and semiconductor thin films;
  • X-ray diffraction and reflectometry;
  • resistometry.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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