investigation of material properties
Material Science is the design and discovery of new materials, particularly of solids. These new materials require analysis on the nanometer scale to fully understand the intrinsic properties of the surface and bulk. For this analysis, different measurement schemes are offered, such as low temperature confocal microscopes (CFM) for RAMAN measurements, setups for conductive tip AFM and Kelvin probe force microscopy (KPFM) as well as the double rotator 3DR or the Tramea TMS measurement setup. The environments are generated using closed cycle liquid helium free cryostats with temperatures between 300K and 2K. High fields up to 12T are possible and expand the options for measurements.
- electronic material properties
- ferroelectrics, multiferroics & domain walls
- magnetic material properties
- phase transition imaging
- optical material properties
- magnetic imaging
- chemical nano identification
- vector field mapping
- material synthesis & characterization
Magnetic Modes in Rare Earth Perovskites: A Magnetic-Field-Dependent Inelastic Light Scattering study
The attoDRY closed-cycle cryostats liberate the user from liquid helium, and feature large sample space, automated temperature and magnetic field control, fast cooldown and low vibrations.
Scanning Probe Microscopes
With our scanning probe microscopes, attocube is the unchallenged industry leader in materials characterization on the nanoscale at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields.
Liquid Helium Cryostats
The attoLIQUID helium-based cryostats feature variable temperature down to the mK range, large sample space, fast cooldown and ultra-low vibrations.
Confocal Microscope Platforms
With low temperature confocal microscopy, attocube has been pioneering the market for photoluminescence & spectroscopy on quantum dots and other single photon sources since its foundation.
Low Temperature Nanopositioners
Cryogenic nanopositioners are designed for nanopositioning over millimeter ranges with the highest precision under extreme conditions such as cryogenic temperatures, high magnetic fields, and ultra high vacuum.