ACSES – your partner in analyzing the nanoworld. D. S. Karpuzov. ACSES, CME-607, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2G6. Samples of our recent data. Instruments. What is ACSES. Broad spectra. High-resolution spectra.
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ACSES – your partner in analyzing the nanoworld
D. S. Karpuzov
ACSES, CME-607, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2G6
Samples of our recent data
What is ACSES
ACSES is the acronym for Alberta Centre for Surface Engineering and Science, an interdepartmental facility created jointly by the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta
Our mission is to provide comprehensive surface analysis of materials for academics as well as R&D and industrial work in Western Canada
Modification of C1s peak of polystyrene and poly-methyl-metacrylateafter treatment in plasma
Broad spectrum of NiCo alloy
How to reach us?
For contact information and details about the instruments please visit our website www.ualberta.ca/ACSES
C-O, C=) and C-C components in C1s spectrum of PET
Quantification report for the concentrations of species from the NiCo spectrum above
Angular resolved XPS. From the well resolved peaks of Si-Si and Si-O the oxide thickness can be evaluated
Depth profile of composition, MnO2/Pt/Si. 3 keV Ar beam, 45 degr. incidence. Etch rate about 0.4 nm/min