Elliot Scientific recently installed a unique integration of Lake Shore CRX micro-manipulated probe station, CRAIC Technologies InGaS Spectrophotometer, and Zeiss microscope at the University of Southampton’s Centre for Photonic Metamaterials.
Combining our knowledge of both CRAIC and Lake Shore products, we offset mounted a Zeiss microscope carrying the CRAIC Spectrophotometer onto the probe station.
The microscope was supported in a custom manufactured rig to provide smooth movement in three axes above the sample chamber, enabling the researchers to closely observe the optical properties of nanostructured materials at cryogenic temperatures through a broadband objective lens of special design.
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February 10, 2015 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Detectors & Instrumentation | Tags: broadband, characterisation, CRAIC Technologies, CRX, cryogenic, Lake Shore Cryotronics, metamaterials, microscope, Probe Station, Southampton, spectrophotometer, Zeiss | 1 Comment