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New Single Head Rheometer in the Bard Materials Facility (Jan 2014)

A new TA Instruments DHR3 single head rotational rheometer will be installed in the Bard Materials Facility in January 2014. This diverse system has the ability to measure rotational and frequency..... Read More

Measure Sizes Now with Optical Microscopes (Jan 2014)

The Duffield 231 Prep Lab is happy to announce the acquisition of two Lumenera Infinity 2.0 MegaPixel CCD cameras for their DIC/Polarized and Olympus Darkfield light microscopes.... Read More

Mira Mira, in Bard Hall (Aug 2013)

Bard Hall is now home to a new scanning electron microscope with capabilities complimentary to the existing Keck SEM in Clark Hall. Imaging at very high resolution (1 nm at 30 KeV and 2 nm at 1 KeV) is now.... Read More

VSM measurements, alive and better! (May 2013)

Vibrating Sample Magnetometry, a technique for rapidly measuring magnetic properties, was dead on campus for a while, however this VSM module was recently purchased for use.... Read More

It’s the micro things that matter (Feb 2013)

The Micro Mechanical Analyzer is a device that combines X, Y and Z axis Piezo actuated positioners with a Capacitive MEMS load sensor to acquire the mechanical properties of a sample..... Read More

New way to make thin films in the Bard Materials Facility (Feb 2013)

Pulsed Laser Deposition system: PLD is a deposition technique that uses energy from a Fluorine excimer laser to release material from a target and deposit it on a substrate..... Read More

Electronic Equipment Lending- a high-tech library (Jan 2013)

The Clark Materials Facility will administer over $900k in electronic equipment previously in the Center for Nanoscale Systems. There is a wide range of portable electronics available...... Read More

Asylum MFP3D-not all scanned probe microscopes are created equal (Nov 2012)

The Clark Materials Facility is pleased to announce the arrival of the Asylum MFP3D scanned probe microscope, installed in Clark D15. The MFP3D max sample size and scan area are similar..... Read More

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