[Reach Us] [Links Section] [Our People] [Our Products] [Scientific Activities] [General Information] [Write to WebMaster] [Homepage] [Back]
ULTRAHIGH VACUUM SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPE GPI - 300 (compatibility)
 

GPI-300 has several distinctive features allowing to use it easily in a combination with other methods of the analysis or technology in ultrahigh vacuum. In particular,

  • The application of piezo-inertial system for a tip to sample approach has allowed to create the scanner with "open architecture". It, in turn, gives a basic opportunity to influence on a surface by molecular, laser, electron or ion beams and to analyse the appropriate characteristics of a surface simultaneously with STM images obtaining.
  • The uniform standard of the tip and sample holders allows to use a uniform way for their transportation inside vacuum set-up. The system of transportation uses standard, commercially available XYZ- and linear manipulators. It allows easily to build STM in existing technological and analytical ultrahigh vacuum chambers. Small STM chamber also can be attached to any vacuum set-up, in which transport of samples is made, as a rule, by means of linear manipulators.
  • The verified technology of cleaning and sharpening of STM probes by ion bombardment in vacuum, guarantees to deliver sharp, atomically-clean probes to the scanner. The restoration of a probe, spoiled during scanning, can be made in situ as well.
  • Besides analytical opportunities, such as actually microscopy and spectroscopy, the GPI-300 has function of local modification of a surface with the help of the STM-probe.

 

 RT UHV-STM
introduction
specifications
electronics
shipment
compatibility
probation
contacts
 VT UHV-STM Link is broken
  [21:04:00] GPI300 specifications were added
  [24:10:99] Equipment section was added
  [25:09:99] Keyboard navigation system was added (try "h" for help)
  [23:09:99] Sci-world search algorithm was updated - enjoy!.
  [06:09:99] Personal pages section updated.
  [11:07:99] Well, too many news for you: we've started to build a Scientific Internet Catalogue.
In addition, our gallery was updated with a MM Director presentation, devoted to carbon nanotubes.


Info :: Science :: Products :: People :: Links :: Feedback