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|Engineering diagrams for Teflon etch cell and attachments:|
|MOVIES (all are Apple Quicktime format)|
|Etch cell (3.1 Mb)
Animated clip showing cell used for etching porous Si.
Etch cell to make and modify porous Si (2.5 Mb)
Etching porous Si (2.1 Mb)
Detection of acetone with a porous Si photonic crystal (3.7 Mb)
|EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES|
Equipment (in Sailor labs)
Steady-state photoluminescence apparatus with cooled CCD detector (Princeton Instruments/Acton) covering the range 0.25-0.95 microns. Excitation sources include blue and UV diodes at 480 and 360 nm respectively
Fluorescence and Phosphorescence spectrometer with red-enhanced photomultiplier (Perkin-Elmer LS 50B) for acquisition of excitation and emission data to 950 nm
Fluorescence plate reader (Molecular Devices Gemini XPS) dual-monochromator microplate spectrofluorometer)
Absorbance plate reader (Molecular Devices Spectramax 340Pc384) Microplate Spectrophotometer
Dynamic Light Scattering/Zeta potential apparatus (Malvern Instruments Zetasizer Nano with Multi Purpose Titrator)
Fourier-Transform Infrared spectrometer with attenuated total reflectance (ATR) attachment (Nicolet 6700 with Smart-iTR). Liquid nitrogen-cooled MCT-A detector; spectral range 600-11,7000 wavenumbers. Diamond ATR crystal
Atomic Force Microscope/Scanning Tunneling Microscope (Digital Instruments Nanoscope III-a).
4-point conductivity probe and electronics for wafer resistivity characterization.
Electrochemical etching apparatus for preparing porous Si films. Labview (TM) computer interface allows fabrication of photonic crystals, Bragg stacks, microcavities, and Fabry-Perot layers.
Photoelectrochemical patterning tool for patterned etch of semiconductor wafers up to 6" diameter. Resolution of 50 microns.
Ocean Optics spectrometers, fiber optic attachments, microscope optics, and light sources for acquisition of optical reflectivity and Fabry-Perot interference data. Spectral wavelength range 400-1000 nm.
Available at the University:
Cambridge Electron Microprobe, Model 360 scanning electron microscopes with a Link X-ray energy dispersive detector and analyzer attachment.
Clean rooms with microlithography, annealing, and metal deposition systems
BET adsorption/surface area measurement apparatus.
Time-resolved photoluminescence apparatus including Quantel tripled YAG laser/Opotec Optical Parametric Oscillator laser for pulsed (5 ns) lifetime measurements, with wavelength range 0.450-0.7 microns. Detection with photomultiplier, preamps, and 500 MHz storage oscilloscope. Overall system response 20 ns
Facilities (in Sailor labs):
|Designed by Andrea Tao.
Main address: Department of Chemistry, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093-0358 (858) 534-0227
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Last modified Monday, February 17, 2003